Saturday, November 28, 2015

Differentiation Cubes

I finally completed a new product!!! 

I had been working on it when school started and then just got swamped. 
This Thanksgiving break has helped me complete it. 

Now I have 4 sets of Differentiation Cubes available, 

What I love about this is they are challenging and also work for intervention. 

They work great for small group and math stations, and are exceptional for RTI groups. 

Here's an example of the place value cubes. 
Easy to print and make. 
Print on colored paper, laminate and fold. (Card stock is too thick) 
They are sturdy and last really well.
I have a personal scotch laminator and its thick, so I definitely recommend that. 

Each cube has a different question, but uses the same numbers. 
For addition, subtraction, and multiplication fact families are included. Number lines and even writing in math. Each has a word problem too. Students are going to love them, but also use their thinking skills. 

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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Holiday Special

I have been so busy with this school year that I feel I have neglected my store.
 It hasn't been easy, but a necessity. 

I value TpT greatly and I am so appreciative of the teachers that do buy and use my products. I am also a buyer on TpT so I know that you take the time to look for quality products. I know I do. 

I am offering a Holiday Special for a Bundle of Task Cards on CD. 

The Task Cards are valued at $49.50. 

The CD also includes my game board bundle for FREE!!! (a $21 value) 

Highly recommended for 5th and 6th Grade teachers. 
Many will fit 4th grade as well. 
Works really well for 7th graders in remedial classes. 

Recording Sheets and Answer Keys included. 

CD includes the following task cards, all available in my TpT Store:
Adding and Subtracting Fractions Bingo
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Bingo
Integer Operations Bingo
Place Value Task Cards 
Greatest Common 
Order of Operations without exponents
Order of Operations with exponents 
Skill Set: Factors
Skill Set: Converting Fractions 
Skill Set: Order of Operations 
Skill Set: Angles 
Prime Factorization 
Decimal Operations 
Least Common Multiple 
Number Operations Word Problems
Algebraic Expressions Word Problems
Money Word Problems
Geometry & Measurement Word Problems 
Measure of Spread  

This is the same CD I have offered in the past (summer 2015). I know that I have many new followers and want to make a special open for this holiday season. These task cards will save you time and be a great asset to your classroom success! 

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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

SUPER VALUE ALERT!!!!! 3rd-5th Teachers

Super excited to share this SUPER AWESOME SPECIAL DEAL with you!!!! 
So some teacher friends and I have teamed up to load you up with resources to make teaching a bit easier!
With the busy holidays coming up, you will love having these amazing resources at your finger tips for planning! 
$114.15 retail value available for a limited time for $29.99 which is 74% off! 
  Extreme value alert!
With 27 instant downloads and 739 pages of materials including centers, printables, units of study, flippables, book studies, centers, and much, much more.
Academic Concepts Covered
Parts of speech
Sight words
Word work
Types of sentences
Reading strategies
Authors purpose
Character analysis
Book studies
Adding and subtracting fractions
Finding common denominators
Multiplication and division
Multistep word problems
Writing Process
Geometry & measurement
Check out the previews below... 
Jeopardy updated
Be sure not to miss out on this wonderful deal!!! 

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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Currently November

Finally getting to link up with one of my faves, Farley from Oh Boy 4th Grade for CURRENTLY!!!!
I am actually relieved October is over. Friday was the most stressful day of my teaching career. Red Ribbon Week, Science Vocabulary Parade, Halloween, full moon and then throw a tornado warning and flash flooding in there. Hours in severe weather mode against the wall with 40 5th graders, no thank you. Let's move on to November please. 

With the possibility of only one more baseball game this season, we do immerse ourselves in football too. Football has been on since 8am today! 

We didn't decorate for Halloween until yesterday, and that is only because we had a Halloween party. Well, it is already packed up and in the garage. I'm over it people! 

Even with an extra hour of sleep, I am feeling lazy and sleepy. Of course, I have tons to do. 
I'm a procrastinator though.... 

Anyone else have kids that only grow up and not out? Both my little ones are the same size in the waists as they were last year but, their legs are about 2 inches longer!!!! Of course, they have no long pants for colder weather and I know its coming. (Not fast enough for me though) I have to find time to get them pants that don't make them look like they are waiting for the next big flood! 

I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving. We are actually travelling this break, so the entire week! and by then, I will ready to eat as much pumpkin pie as my mother in law would like to make! 

Be sure to link up with Farley and have some fun connecting with other teacher bloggers! 

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