So I thought  I was getting better and some how ended up in the hospital until about 4am last night (or would that be this morning?).  This virus is kicking my rear. So that means that who knows the errors or typos or whatever could be in this post.  That is my warning to you : ).  But I want to make sure I can check it off my to do list.  Anyone else as crazy as I am about this kind of thing?

It is a BIG giveaway time!  I have been hard at work the past week creating products.  Here is what I have done so far…

Here is the description:
The purpose of this game is to practice multiplication of two and three digits by one digit problems using the partial product method.
In this three person game, students will draw cards with completed multiplication problems. The student must solve the problem to see if the problem is correct or incorrect using the partial product method. If the student is able to correctly identify the problem as correct or incorrect, then the student spins to move around the board.
This game is perfect for small guided math groups or math centers.
This packet includes
-Directions
-Board game
-Spinner
-3 game pieces
-Recording sheet
-18 partial product cards
Here is a description:
This is a math game that uses the tic-tac-toe format to practice multiplying two and three digit numbers by one digit numbers when given a word problem.  The problems do include money.
The only materials needed to play are a pocket chart and the provided game cards.
This 12 page file includes:
*cover sheet
*teacher direction (Note to the Teacher)
*student directions
*9 multiplication problem cards
* one sheet of 6 O cards
* one sheet of 6 X cards
* Student recording sheet
* thank you page
* credit page
Here is a description:
The purpose of this activity is to give students the opportunity to practice and identify the many uses for the dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus and atlas. The students will sort different questions about reference books under the correct category.
This 15 page packet includes
-Four headers cards (dictionary, atlas, thesaurus, encyclopedia)
-15 question cards to sort
-Student recoding sheet
– Answer Key
Here is a description:
This is a math game that uses the tic-tac-toe format to practice fractions.  Students will practice adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators when given a word problem. Students will need to distinguish what operation to use. 
The only materials needed to play are a pocket chart and the provided game cards.
This 12 page file includes:
*cover sheet
*teacher direction (Note to the Teacher)
*student directions
*9 fraction problem cards
* one sheet of 6 O cards
* one sheet of 6 X cards
* Student recording sheet
* thank you page
* credit page
Now it is GIVEAWAY Time!
Since there are 4 products, I will randomly select 8 winners.  Each winner may choose any one item above.  To enter, please leave a comment below with your email address. I will select the winners Sunday, April 15th.  That is nice and easy, right?
Now, last but not least, if you managed to stick it out all the way  through that long drawn out post there is a freebie waiting for you!  I am sure you can tell by the products above we are practicing multiplication.  I made a handful or worksheets to practice two and three digit by one digit multiplication and you are welcome to them!  There are three worksheets-  multiples of 10, multiples of 100, and a multiply and color activity sheet.  Enjoy! Click on the picture to download!

Click here for this great pack of FREE math centers, plus get tips and updates from me!

Mandy Gregory is a 2007 and 2012 Teacher of the Year. She has taught 4th, 3rd, and 2nd grade in both the general education and inclusion setting. She is the owner and creator of the Teaching Tips website (www.mandygregory.com) and has over 10 years of experience. She is married with two beautiful children.

2017-07-05T22:38:40+00:00 Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |