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Thursday, July 25, 2013

$100 in TpT Gift Cards & Giveaways!

Hello, friends!  I am so excited to be joining up with Ari over at The Science Penguin (she's pretty much amazing...she was also my roomie for our week in Vegas) for a fantastic week of giveaways!



Not only are we each giving away a product (or multiple products on most days) to TWO lucky winners, we are also giving away TWO $50 TpT gift certificates.  That's a whole bunch of teacher created resources for two lucky teachers!

Here's the deal...come back to our blogs or Facebook Pages (Teaching With a Mountain View and The Science Penguin) each day to find out what the product giveaway will be.  Enter to win!  Then, come back the next day for your next chance to win.  Enter as many days as you want to, and I might be biased, but I think you're going to want to!



Here's a little preview of some of the goodies that will be given away...



First, make sure you enter for a chance to win one of two $50 Gift Cards to TpT!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

My first product giveaway is one of my best-selling products, the Multiplication Task Card Bundle (PLUS my differentiated Multi-Digit Multiplication Task Cards to give you some additional differentiation options).  If you're a grades 3-5 teacher (or perhaps 2nd if you have an ambitious group of kiddos), these sets are for you!

Don't forget to stop by The Science Penguin to enter her product giveaways, too!



Enter the giveaway here...
a Rafflecopter giveaway


29 comments:

  1. My favorite multiplication tip is repetition.

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  2. I agree w/ Karen - repetition once the students understand the concept of multiplication. I like to use different ways to practice fluency. These task cards will be very helpful. Thank you for the chance to win. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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    1. When introducing multiplication, I like to use songs. It really helps my musical students!

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  4. Mine is the same! Practice, practice, practice! And in different ways too...not just flash cards....mix it up and play some games! Make it fun! =)

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  5. To practice daily. I tell parents to keep cards in the car and have kids practice for the time it takes them to drive to the store. Those few minutes can make all the difference. Also, to use movement when practicing (out of the car of course). Jumping the number of times as the product for example. Anything to help them remember.

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  6. I love using Xtramath.com with my students. I created a graph on my wall with colorful tape and each student had a yellow star. As they moved up on the percentage of math facts they had memorized according to Xtramath.com, they moved their star up. They were so motivated by this program and students who I thought would never put in the effort to learn their math facts were making huge amounts of progress!

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  7. I always teach my kiddos that you won't understand multiplication if you aren't fluent in addition. Math skills are incremental.

    karen
    The 85 Mile Commute

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  8. Getting my students to see patterns in the answers ie divisibility rules, odd/even, etc.

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  9. Always practice and do drills. Keep it fun and find new ways to do it. My kids always love a competition with prizes.

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  10. Teaching the stratagies in chants! They love to practice with the wrap ups.

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  11. Multiplication is part of the process. If kids don't get addition, they won't get multiplication. You need to make sure they are confident there first.

    Another fun thing to do is put up a multiplication chart and say "okay, you already know the zeros" and erase those, then "the ones are simple" and erase those etc to show how many they already know and boost confidence again!

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  12. games, games, games! I want them to practice, practice, practice so they can memorize!!!!!

    Elizabeth
    Hodges Herald

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  13. Hi! Thanks for a fun chance at a great giveaway!!

    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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  14. Around the world! It makes multiplication fun. I even caught students making their own flashcards to study so they can go farther :)

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  15. This year I did these 'Multiplication Masters' quizzes. You can search it on Scholastic. I did these once a week and also had a certain times table quiz we did every other week. The great thing about multiplication masters is it held children accountable for learning their times tables but was also at their own pace. I had some children on the 3x table at the end of the year and some that had completed their 12 x table. All the students loved it and the consistency of doing it every week made them more fluent.
    I also like incorporating games like Around the World.

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  16. I love the 9s trick on my hands! Also love doing it in song.. who doesn't get songs stuck in their heads?! :) Thank you for the great giveaways.

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees
    ventrellasara@gmail.com

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  17. Weekly drills for students and they work at their own pace...

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  18. Singing! I can't wait to use songs to teach this skill! The kiddos will love it!
    Curls and a Smile

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  19. I love teaching my kiddos multiplication with skip counting songs! It was a trick I learned during my student teaching and it works great! I also love reinforcing it with fun games such as multiplication BUMP, boggle, and Mathable!

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  20. Practice, practice, practice any way you can!! Awesome giveaway.
    ugamler@boyertownasd.org

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  21. Using the lattice method for multiple digits and the hand method for 9 times table :)

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  22. Songs, songs, songs - works for everybody!

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  23. I checked out the xtramath.com and that is an awesome website. I was wondering if anyone knows of a website similar for reading? I like the way parents can also see their child's progress.
    Thanks a million!

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  24. I like to teach songs to help them remember.

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