200 Facebook followers!

To all of my Facebook and blog followers – THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!  As a small token of my appreciation, I am giving away a $10.00 TpT gift certificate.

Entry is easy, each of you are followers of my Facebook or blog, so you get a free 5, 10, or 15 entry points.  Leave a comment on my blog about an idea for an activity you would like to see me make and get 5 more entry points!
In addition to someone winning a gift certificate,  I will choose two comments to base activities on.  If I make an activity based on your suggestion, you will get the activity for free!

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Comments

  1. I would really like to implement a small group approach to teaching math (kinda like a math Daily 5) but I don’t want to have to create a lot of stuff to do it, so I guess I am looking for games that partners can play to help re-enforce the concepts that we are doing in class (we use EDM).
    I am a new follower!
    Hilary
    Second Grade is Out of This World!

  2. I would really love activities geared toward teaching word problems to 1st and 2nd graders. Specially I struggle with teaching kids to identify the operation and identifying unnecessary parts of the problem.

    Rae
    Mindful Rambles

  3. Solving Systems of equations and also solving Quadratic equations. I teach ALg I and Pre-Alg. Some Pre-Alg students still struggle with adding Integers so an activity on this would also be helpful.
    My students loved your Snowman Relays!

    Thanks!

  4. I would like something to help students differ the different geometric figures (8th grade) and would be able to find SA and V. Also, I need a big help to help them learn, for good, length, height and width.

  5. Teaching 7th grade math and having a little difficulty with my special ed block and being able to keep them involved with content when their basic skills are so low. I am looking for any ideas to keep all my ADHD students engaged during class.

  6. I would like something that would really help my kids with relating graphs to charts to equations. I’m doing a linear equations unit and something to get them up and moving would be really fun!

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