Countdown to the New Year: Time for NEW activities giveaway… 2 to go!

To celebrate the new year, my dear friends Meg and Jennifer are joining me to have  a Countdown to 2014!  Each of us is having our own 5-day giveaway and we’ll each have a winner!  That’s 3 different ways for you to win!
In addition to having a chance to win a $25 gift certificate from me, I’m also having 5 days of deals!

Today is day #4 so…I have 2 items in my TpT Store on sale for 40% off  TODAY ONLY until 10pm  EST!!!! Today I offer you two of my favorite and MOST popular BUNDLES!!! 
 You can check out the items I have on sale below! You can click on each picture to go straight to the product, or use the QR code in the bottom left corner.
Don’t forget to stop by Meg and Jennifer’s blog to join in on their giveaway too!!
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Comments

  1. My educational goal is to get more organized so that I can do more small group math instruction – guided groups. I teach 3rd grade and will be teaching time and measurement in the next few weeks – a lot of which will include word problems.

    I always get something from what you post, so I don’t have anything specific that I would like to see, just keep going!!!

  2. I teach 2nd & 3rd grade math. We are working on addition & subtraction in the 100’s in 2nd grade using pv mats & disks. In 3rd grade we are working on multiplication & division.

  3. I teach…and love!…5th grade! We will be doing coordinates and fractions, fractions, fractions!! šŸ™‚
    Have a wonderful rest of the year! šŸ™‚

  4. My educational goal is to be more on top of grading papers. I teach 4th grade and we are working on long division, perimeter and area, and then fractions. Thank you for the giveaway šŸ™‚

  5. Hmmm… my educational new year’s resolution is to actually USE the organizational systems I’ve been putting (slowly!) into place since August. I’d like to have a much tidier, hands-on-anything-at-a-moment’s-notice desk!

    Happy New Year, MMD šŸ™‚

    Tammy @ Teaching FSL

  6. I would love to see a package that makes the concept of theoretical probability interesting and engaging for 6th grade students. My class struggles with this concept each and every year and I am constantly looking for new ways to make it stick!

  7. I teach Kindergarten and am teaching addition, subtraction, composing, and decomposing numbers. Any products for these are great.

    I want to be better organized.

  8. I teach 4th grade and 5th grade math. In the next 2 months, we will be working on measuring angles, geometry, perimeter and area. Maybe we’ll get to measurement in that time frame.

  9. I teach Kindergarten. I will be teaching addition/subtraction, fluency to 5, and more work with 2D and 3D Shapes. I also tutor and will continue to work with Place Value, Missing addends, etc. So any topics relating to those areas would be super to see.

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