Thursday, March 5, 2015


This linky idea came to us during #tptchat on Sunday night. You are welcome to join us. Visit Erintegration for more information. Thanks to Cheyl the Techie Turtle Teacher for hosting this linky.
This post is to catch you up on new, timely, and updated products. I'm including both free and paid products, and there's a giveaway at the end!
Mental math is one of my favorite things. I love these task cards!

I put them in center baskets, and my students can work alone or together. 

This is one of my most popular posts from earlier this month. It includes two freebies.

My problem-solving pack is newly updated! Now it includes three different formats. There are large print, small print, and a paper saving option.

This is how I use the paper-saving option. Students glue it into their math notebooks, then they make  a little window into their brains where I can see their thinking. I don't give much information about how to solve the problems. I let the kids design their own strategies; then I strategically choose students to share their thinking.

My Valentine Math packet was so popular that I made a similar St. Patrick's Day pack. These students are working on the Valentine's Math, but the St. Patrick's Day pack is extremely similar. I've added some answer sheets. Students practice identifying equations as true or false, greater than/less than, and missing addendproblems. It's super easy--no prep!


Base 10 Letters for place value practice is a very unique product. I used base ten graphics to form the letters of the alphabet, then students practice counting and adding.

I used this as a walk-about lesson, but it could also go into a center.

Last week to get the Spoon Book Study for free! This is one of my new favorite books. You can read about it here.

If you'd like to win one of these products, leave a comment below telling me what you would love to have for your classroom and why! I'll use a random number generator to choose a winner. Make sure give me your email address, so I can send you your prize. :)

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