Monday, October 1, 2012

Math Activities for Small Group Pack Giveaway

My kiddos love math time!  We use our dry erase boards a lot, all sorts of manipulatives, and play fun math games.  What's not to love?!  

To help my kiddos who struggle with number sense I created a Math Activities for Small Group Math Pack to use during Daily 4 guided math groups back in the spring.  It needed some updating and I just finished it.  

Here is what it looks like now:






This pack focuses on Number Sense (120’s chart, more than, less   than), Missing Numbers (before, between, after), 10 Frames and Skip Counting (by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s), Hundreds, Tens, and Ones (printable manipulatives and number chart), Addition and Subtraction (single and double digit addition and subtraction, 3 single digit addition, fact families, equal math sentences), and Flashcards to 120 (blue are even, red are odd).

I am going to give away 3 of these Math Activities for Small Group Math packs!!  All you need to do is follow my blog and leave me one comment with your email address letting me know what you use with your kiddos during guided math groups!  I would love to hear about what other teachers do!!  :)

I'll choose 3 winners by Thursday, October 4.  It's been awhile since I've had a giveaway so I thought I would have one with this updated math pack.  You can also click here to go straight to my TpT store and purchase the pack.  

Good luck!  

14 comments:

Mrs. Brown said...

Darn! I was going to be the first one! LOL, anyway it looks great! Thanks!

kellybrown28021@gmail.com

Karyn said...

We do lots of subitizing activities, work with Cuisenaire Rods, number grid work...and loads more! Your pack would be a perfect fit for my struggling students!

œKaryn
A is for Apple B is for Blog
Kideducator@comcast.net

Rachel said...

Hoping to win! I follow your blog and store!

rmariemuniz@hotmail.com

Steph said...

This packet looks great for some of my kiddos!

sunburst541@gmail.com

Jennifer Reck said...

I use lots of unifix cubes and sticky notes! This week we are using pipe cleaners and beads. I hope I win!
Jenny
Owl Things First!

Sandra said...

Looks great! :)
We have been really working with unifix cubes!
Sandra
Sweet Times in First
sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

Suzy Q said...

I try to incorporate lots of manipulatives. Must admit, though, I need to do more with guided math...hence I have my fingers crossed to win this fabulous packet!

tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

Lori L said...

The packet looks great! In my classroom I do a lot with manipulatives, tens frames, dice, cards and right now dominoes.

Lori
wrlean@aol.com

Primary Possibilities said...

Love this! I use a lot of different math manipulatives.

Stephany
dillons@vcsc.k12.in.us

Lori said...

This looks great!
lraines78@gmail.com

Mrs. Wathen said...

We use lots of maiipulatives, dry erase and TpT purchased activities for practice:)

Tammy
The Resourceful Apple
theresourcefulapple@gmail.com

Maria said...

This is exactly what I need! I've been using manipulatives and games, but need some more paper practice. Thanks! I hope I win!!
Maria
meemsickle@gmail.com

aclark said...

I would love to use is in my guided math groups! I currently use whatever I can get my hands on!

Ashley
arclark2012@gmail.com

meadowt said...

This looks wonderful!! I use white boards, manipulatives, dice etc... I hopw I win!
Barbara
happyteachingfirst.blogspot.com
meadowt@msn.com

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