Friday, July 26, 2013

GIANT MATH GIVEAWAY!

Hey everyone!  I'm super excited to giveaway ALL my math products to one lucky winner!  If you want to read more about these and see pictures of math in action see my previous post or click {here}
Here's a look at all thing things you can win:




























This also comes in a SET 2 or a BUNDLED SET 1 and SET 2 :)



OR

Or GRADE 1 or 3-- your choice!!





one of my older products...but a GREAT money activity!


AAAANND...
I'm excited to throw in....
I looove this pack!

**You can click on any of the pics above to check them out**

This is about $36 worth of products!!

Enter the rafflecopter below.  Thanks so much for entering! Good Luck!!


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80 comments:

  1. Hi Tori! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize pack! What I love most about my math block is the portion of time we spend on spiral review.I found some great resources that the students absolutely love!I also like any opportunity to use creative manipulatives like candy math activities!

    Jeannine
    Creative Lesson Cafe

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  2. My favorite part of my math block is Number Talks!

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  3. Tori, I have been soaking up all of your great tips about Daily 5. I am teaching Daily 5 for the first time this year at my new job. I will be checking out these math resources as well. What I love best about my math block this year is that, though my class is mixed age (K-2), I will have only second graders for math. I have wanted to teach second grade for a long time because I love that stage of development.
    Forever A Teacher, Forever A Learner

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  4. My favorite part of math is when I pull my kids for small groups. I get to really meet their needs and I love when they finally get that "light bulb" and they learn something new. Such a great feeling as a teacher!

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  5. My favorite part of math is math games...the kids love them and don't even realize they are reinforcing math skills!

    tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

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  6. I love the Daily 5 and can't wait to try the Daily 5 in Math this year. I have enjoyed reading all your posts! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I don't know yet! Since this is my first year teaching!!! Wish me luck =]

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  8. I JUST wishlisted (is that a word?) your Daily 3 Math this morning! I would love to use this in my classroom. I love teaching Math and I'm always looking for new ways to change it up and make it exciting (for me and the students!)Thanks!

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  9. I am flipping my math this year so I need lots of center activities for my students. I love "needing" things for students to do instead of always trying to cram things in and never having enough time!

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  10. So glad I started following you last week. Love your blog.

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  11. I like having centers geared to the different levels/needs of my kiddos.

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  12. I love having kids find multiple ways to solve a problem and explain it to the rest of the class.

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  13. I love helping kids realize that math isn't so bad ;)

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  14. I liked your post about the Daily 3!

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  15. What I love about my math block is that our math program comes with a short video that introduces the new concept in a kid friendly way!

    Heather
    Second Grade Perks
    Follow me on Bloglovin'!

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  16. What I love about math block is having the time for students to break into small groups and play math games that are so much fun they don't even realize they are learning!

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  17. Anytime I get to pull a small group. I love your idea of the Daily 3 and would love to try it out this year!

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  18. What I love about my Math block is that it will not be interrupted this year by specials or PE classes like it was last year. I would love to try out the Daily 3 now that I'll have more time for small groups.

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  19. I want to try the Daily 3 this year!

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  20. I am new to 2nd grade this year, so I appreciate all the help I can get (especially in math). Thank you!

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  21. Can't wait to see if I win! I need help with math! Especially getting small groups started! Love your ideas and hope to try them out!

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  22. I don't love much about my math block, lol! Which is sad, because math is my favorite subject! I've tried a million things, and nothing has ever felt right. One year I always started with a 5-7 minute warm-up, and that was really nice, but I never got into the swing of that last year, so it wasn't great. I'm also REALLY bad at changing the centers, but I love your way of doing "centers" where they don't need quite so many "things" all at the same time. I'm also really bad at pulling small groups, but a real routine like this would be really helpful to me! I guess what I like best is teaching my whole-group lesson on the carpet, and seeing how excited the kids are to use the Promethean Board. Oh, I also love when the kids get to work together on some serious problem solving!

    I love your Daily 3 idea, and I also really like the format on this blog: http://www.3rdgradethoughts.com/2013/02/math-rotations-lesson-work.html which is kind of similar to yours - I would love to figure out how to merge these 2 together! (Sorry, that was a really long post!)

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  23. Hi Tori! This is awesome that you are offering this!! I'm starting my first year of teaching this August and I will be teaching second grade! I'm so glad that I found your blog earlier this summer!!

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  24. I am looking for a better way to incorporate centers daily in my math block. Changing from 4th to 1st should enable me to do this. I am going to take some tips from you! :)

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  25. I just put some of these in my basket last night and then read you were having a giveaway today. Yea! My favorite part of my math block is number talks. You gain so much information about your students and they learn so much from each other. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Fingers crossed,
    Anais
    Novakthree@embarqmail.com

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  26. My favorite part of the math block is working with small groups and having the other students get a chance to practice and strengthen their math skills through different center activities.

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  27. Starting fresh this year with a new Math series, so looking for math centers... etc... did I mention I am teaching 2/3 combined so need all the help I can get LOL!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  28. One of the things I wanted to improve on this year was my math block, your suggestions are helpful. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  29. I really enjoy watching my students learning while they work independently, in pairs, and in small groups.

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  30. I ike all of the fun hands on things that we do!

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  31. I love your daily 3 for Math idea. I started Math centers and guided math groups last year for the first time. I would love to win your math giveaway!

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  32. I love the aha moments on my kids faces when I'm teaching math! :) bforbes89@gmail.com

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  33. I love all of the products, math is my favorite subject. I love the idea of having Math Daily 3!!

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  34. I just put your Math Daily 3 on my wishlist!! I loved reading your post on it and it inspired me!! My favorite part of my math block is either my whole group mini lesson or small groups. I love seeing the light bulb go off and seeing their excitement for math!!

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  35. Centers and watching the light bulb turn on when a student finally gets something!!

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  36. I love the games that my students get to "play", when in reality they are strengthening the skills previously taught.
    Emily
    emilyamoore@hotmail.com

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  37. My favorite part of math rotations is the independence that my kiddos (eventually) have. Their ability to practice and learn without me with them constantly allows me to meet the needs of every student. I know where each and every student is in their learning.

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  38. I love Math centers and my kiddos do too!!!!

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  39. I love your Daily Math 3 idea. Thanks for sharing

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  40. I love all hands-on games and activities to practice or introduce math topics.

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  41. First of all this blogging is new to me and I hope I am posting correctly so I have a fair chance....
    Im excited to try he daily 3...."VERY" Its my first time teaching second grade and I am a bit nervous (our county just adopted CC but has nothing to facilitate us yet).

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  42. I love games and hands on activities. I'm incorporating interactive notebooks this year and am super excited about them. I've never done them before nor seen a teacher do them in real life but I'm excited to try.

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  43. Wahoo!!! What a GREAT give-away!!!
    I have just started Guided Math. I only have DM twice a week...which leaves me plenty of time to teach whole group skills and practice, practice, practice!
    Last year, my students REALLY loved it.
    This year I am going to try something like a Math Word Problem/interactive notebook. I am jazzed about trying it!

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  44. I love that once the students have finished the day's activity, they are eager to go a play a "Math Game" to reinforce previously learned skills. They don't realize that they are learning and actually doing work not just "playing a game".

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  45. I love all the math games and helping students see that math can be fun!

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  46. When my students put their new skills to use in centers. Having great activities means students have fun while learning!

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  48. I love hearing my kiddos discussing their math thinking during rotations! I also love the excitement on their faces when I see that "lightbulb" turn on when I'm teaching small groups!!!

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  49. I love math games and centers.
    Lizpodolski@gmail.com

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  50. I love using math games to reinforce skills being taught in class!

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  51. What I love most about math workshop is the games! I have found so many awesome additions I can't wait to incorporate this year!!!

    :)Nicole
    Tadpole Tidbits
    www.mrscorbitt.blogspot.com

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  52. First, thank you for this awesome giveaway! I already have a few of your math products on my TpT wish list. What I love most about my math block is the ability to incorporate games and hands on activities!

    Thanks again! :-)
    Julia M.

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  53. I love that I have tons of manipulatives to teach with :)
    Tania
    My Second Sense

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  54. I would love to win all of your math products! My favorite part of my math block is my number talks and all of the games and activities that I've made from TpT. The kids love them!
    Sherry
    sherrymc62@bellsouth.net

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  55. I love centers and small groups!

    Crystal Shepherd
    lucytumnus@gmail.com
    Lamppost in a STEM classroom

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  56. I love centers and watching kids work together with their partners or group.

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  57. Thank you for offering this giveaway! I will be pushing into classrooms this year so I have no idea what math will look like for me. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  58. I love centers because I can easily differentiate them to the needs of the students.
    Najda

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  59. I am trying something new this year and it will be more hands on for the students and there will be more exploration for them. I am excited to try it all and really don't have a favorite at this point.

    karenb6261@gmail.com

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  60. Daily 5 for math! LOVE IT! Thank you my friend! wendy 1stgradefireworks@gmail.com 1stgradefireworks

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  61. I love your products! I was thinking of starting Daily 3 in math this year :)

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  62. I enjoyed hopping last week. This is incredible thank you for getting the excitement started.

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  63. I love using three part lessons to develop problem solving.

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  64. Love your products. Some of these are on my wish list.

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  65. I love the collaboration and conversation that occurs between students! It is so exciting to listen to.

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  66. Excited about your give a way!!! A lot of neat tools!!!

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  67. We don't really do a math block. Normally I do individual math folders. We scored low in math on ISATs, so I hear change is coming.
    I would love some ideas, since I am the only second grade teacher.

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  68. Math will be all new for us this year. I'm hoping to incorporate a Math Daily 5 (or 3) format once we get things going.

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  69. I love when my students are able to either use the manipulatives or games/ activities to reinforce skills.

    Chris

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  70. I also do a math center-type of instruction. Last year we had everyday math. I had a whole group time. Then we had 3 center rotations: with teacher, math boxes with aide, either a game or fact practice. I really liked having that small group time. This year we have a new math program, expressions, so my math time will need to change a bit, with a bigger focus on problem-solving.

    Mrs. Jones Teaches

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  71. I don't love anything about my Math block! :( I really need to fix it up and have been looking at all you ideas. Love them! My school uses Envisions and I HATE it!!

    Tiffany
    crazyaboutsecond.blogspot.com

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  72. I love how your ideas for the Math Daily 3 have transformed my math time! I am super excited to dive in, head-first next year!

    Angela :)
    Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!

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  73. I don't know that I necessarily love anything about my math block. After diving into Daily 5 in language arts last year, I've been trying to figure out something similar for math. Your Daily 3 looks like it might be a good fit! Thanks for sharing your structure and thoughts.

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  74. I love seeing students make connections to where they see the math we're studying in their lives.

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