Monday, May 7, 2018

$50 Teachers pay Teachers Giveaway! May the Savings Be With You!

$50 Teachers pay Teachers Giveaway!

Would you like to win a $50 Teachers pay Teachers gift card?  Some friends of mine and I are giving you the opportunity to not only win a Teachers pay Teachers gift card, but also some fabulous teaching resources!  Scroll all the way to the end of this post to enter.

May means so many things!  Teacher appreciation week, the end of the school year (if you are in a traditional school in the US), and time to save some money if you win our giveaway!  The winner will receive a $50 Teachers pay Teachers gift card and some fabulous resources!

The first one is from Heart 2 Heart Teaching.  

Treasure Each Month May Activities
Hip, Hip, Hooray for May! May is such a fun month with special holidays such as Cinco de Mayo and Mother's Day. This May BUNDLE has all you need to celebrate them all and more!

 It's made up of 6 mini-units to celebrate this fun-filled month! A Father's Day Flip Book and End of the Year Activities are included in this bundle for the month of June! This bundle includes topics related to social studies, science, and special holidays that are all related to the month of May and June. 

These Growth Mindset Class Awards are perfect for the end of the year! Thus pack includes 36 different colorful designs with and without clipart. Plus they are EDITABLE so you can personalize them too!

Our second set of resources is from Mrs. J’s Resource Creations.

Oh dear! The gremlins have stolen all of the Graduation items putting a damper on things at the end of the year. Students must use their math skills to unlock special clues that will help figure out where those pesky gremlins are hiding. No prep required, just print and go! An optional video hook is also provided to set the stage to engage! 

View the video hook here.

Available in versions for 1st - 6th grade. Individual resource links provided within the TPT Video description section. 

Send your students on an epic Math Quest with this exciting pirate story “Redbeard’s Rebellion”. It covers a mix of math skills, making it an excellent activity for practice and review at the end of the year. With six exciting chapters to work through, students can end up with one of four possible endings. Great activity for enrichment, early finishers, sub tub or to just add a bit of extra fun to math review time. 

Available in three difficulty levels - easy, medium, and hard. Purchase levels separately or bundle and get all three for the price of two levels.
Optional Video Hook provided to introduce students to the activity. A written story is also provided in the download. Use one or the other (or both if you wish). Videohook can be viewed here.  

Our next set of resources is from Angie S.

Count by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. This is a set of 10 picture puzzles for skip counting practice. They are self correcting. The spring theme will engage students and offer guided practice as the final picture will control for errors. You can view the video here.

Spring Beginning Letter Clip Cards is a great activity for literacy stations or for early finishers. It allows children to engage their pre-reading skills (phonemic awareness) by identifying beginning letter sounds of various images. You can view the video here.

End the year with this great literature activity. Perfect for helping students learn about the Civil War and impact on others. This unit also comes with a fantastic project that goes with the book.

End the year with a BANG of a lesson plan! This War of 1812 unit will help you complete the Grade 2 CKLA units with a great end of the year writing activity too!

And last but not least, my resources!

Math Facts Practice Made Fun! 

I am always looking for ways for my students to get more practice with their math facts. Games are the easiest way to do that - the students don't even realize they are working! 

This is a version of the Kaboom game with a water balloon fight twist. Students choose a card, and get to keep it if they answer the math fact correctly. BUT... if they draw the dreaded splash card they have to put ALL of their cards back. the winner is the player with the most cards at the end of the game. Place the cards in a bucket or pail for an even more summer feel!

This game features facts up to 10 + 10 and can be played with all of the cards or just selected cards for differentiation.

Math facts made fun! Motivate your students to learn their math facts! 

Want to get your students excited about learning their addition facts? Try this fun karate/martial arts incentive program with your class! I've been using this program with my students and have found it to be a very successful and motivating way for my students to learn/memorize their math facts. It only takes about 5-10 minutes a day to incorporate in your math block and your students will be begging to take timed tests each day to pass to the next level and earn their black belt in addition!
The program works with brain research and introduces only a few new facts each day. It engages both written and oral practice at school and at home. As students pass levels, they earn new colored “belts” on their way towards earning a black belt.

Now enter to win ALL of these resources AND a $50 Teachers pay Teachers gift card using the Rafflecopter below!

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