2k Wowza! MissMathDork’s Birthday Bash Giveaway

Holy cow!  It’s been an incredible week over here!  On Friday morning my Facebook page had a 150 fan jump and I hit 2000 followers!  Between that, hitting 1,800 followers on TpT AND it being my birthday this week, I decided that we needed to celebrate!!  AND, you know that I just LOVE to share an awesome celebration with you!

Sooooo… I emailed a few of my favorite TpTers and asked them to join in on my celebration.  My friends did NOT let me down!  31 friends and I have teamed up to bring you an amazing spread of Middle School Math Prizes valued at almost $200!  

Check out below everything that you can win!
Wow!  Now that’s a HUGE amount of Math AMAZINGNESS!!

Sooooo, you want to know how you could win? Just use the Rafflecopter below!  You get to choose who you want to follow and how many entries you want!  You can even Share on FB and Twitter daily if you so choose!  The more you enter, the better chance you have to win!

Good luck AND thank YOU for being such an awesome part of my life this past year!
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Comments

  1. Happy Birthday and congrats on giving to others on your Birthday. My daughter was in Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh on her birthday (she had her son in the CICU) and she gave away toys to the children in the hospital and visiting siblings. Pay it forward is great!

  2. My students seem to struggle most with solving multi-step equations. They can perform and two step equations well. They struggle when we work on multi-step equations with the distributive property and/or fractions.

  3. Happiest of birthdays! I feel like I’ve been doing ratio and proportion for 3 months! Oh, wait! I have been and they still have a problem with it. Tackling equations and expressions next. Would help if they could read in grade 6!

  4. The most challenging topic for my upper students is factoring a GCF out of a polynomial, “Un distribute!” For my younger students long division still blows their minds.

  5. Tough choice for most difficult to teach. It’s either long division, particularly if you have a group of students that don’t know their math facts. Or multiplying and dividing fractions. And that is possibly because it’s new to me to teach (thank you, Common Core) so I’m not as familiar with it.

  6. Graphing slope on a line!! This used to be a fifth grade standard in CA.. thank you Common Core.. this standard not only kicked my students’ butts it pretty much kicked their teacher into exhaustion from trying to explain this concept which 10 year olds are not ready for!!

    Susan
    LopezLandLearners

  7. Happy Birthday! There are many math topics that are difficult for my special needs students. If I had to choose one, it would be multi-step word problems. Thanks so much for hosting the Giveaway!

  8. The hardest part is helping kids understand WHY we are dividing and multiplying fractions, then being able to apply that knowledge to a word problem and picking the right operation while solving that word problem. Happy Birthday by the way!! WAHOO! I love birthday weeks! :D

  9. Operations with Fractions are difficult, especially after you’ve taught them addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and they have to remember when they have to change to like denominators, when they don’t, when they have to find the reciprocal, etc.

  10. I believe my kids struggle with fraction operations the most and I’m not sure part of the problem isn’t simply the word “fraction”! They hear it and half of them get that “Oh my gosh!” look of terror in their eyes! Thank you so much for hosting this giveaway and thanks to all your great friends for joining you! I spend a lot of time immersed in your site (along with any others I can) gathering any info I can use in my class. I appreciate those of you who are technologically able sharing with those of us who are w-a-y behind in that area!
    Lori
    blantonl2@mymail.shawnee.edu

  11. Because I have younger ones, their problems are different. But, we have Everyday Math, so my students biggest problem is that the program moves so quickly for them. With their spiral approach, my kids haven’t even understood the problem or concept before they move on to something else. Then, when it comes up again, they have forgotten it. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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