Sunday, May 5, 2013

Double Digit Subtraction Giveaway and Sale!!

In case you hadn't heard by now ;)  the GIANT TpT sale is on it's way... just in time for Teacher Appreciation week!  I'm SOO excited!!  I have a TON of stuff on my wishlist that I can't wait to buy!  What are you excited to buy??

I wanted to do a quick share of a new product which led to a bundled product...both I am VERY excited about!!

The Subtraction Pack has two strategies (no, not that "borrowing" strategy!) that I worked on with my kiddos this year.  It went so well that I created a subtraction unit to go along with the addition version:

I love them both so much that I though that maybe there'd be someone out there that might want both together so I bundled them for HUGE savings...

Make sure you click the links to learn more about them!!  AND... I want to give one away (your choice!!)  This will be a pin to win giveaway!  Just pin one and leave the link in the comments.  You can pin each separately for THREE chances to win!!
Giveaway will end TUESDAY night!

ALSO!!!!  Make sure you are a FACEBOOK follower... I will be doing some Top Secret things there all week!!


  1. These look so great Tori and such a crucial life-long skill for them to learn.

    So excited for the sale too and to send our appreciation for all that teachers do!

    ~Christy & Tammy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

  2. Tori, I have been teaching this concept for years and am so excited that you have created these activities to support the instruction. Have a great week.

  3. Separate or Bundled - it doesn't matter. They all look great!

  4. Thanks Tori. I am adding these units to my wishlist so that I can get them even if I don't win. I appreciate your hard work and thanks for sharing with all of us. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week.

  5. Pinned the subtraction one here:

    (I have your draft version of the addition one since I offered to proof...did you end up changing anything major? If so, I will pin that one, too!)

    tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

  6. I swore I wasn't going to teach the algorithm this year. I even promised myself not to do it but I did because of a lack of resources! Thanks so much for this. It looks awesome!
    Hopelessly Devoted to Teaching