Saturday, April 27, 2013

Measurement Math Pack - Comment to Win!

FINALLY!!!!  Oh...my...word...I didn't think we were EVER gonna get finished with our last common core math unit in the series of 5!  It's just been a zoo around here...kiddos in baseball and soccer, trainings and workshops, special school events...the end of the year is coming at us FULL SPEED!

We know some of you will be wrapping things up at the end of May like us, but some of you won't be finishing up until late June.   Hopefully, you'll still have plenty of time for this unit to work for you and your kiddos!  Thank you SO MUCH to all of you hanging in there with us until we finally finished it up!

This unit is the final math unit we'll be creating.  These 5 units (Counting and Cardinality, Numbers to 20, Shapes, Addition and Subtraction, and Measurement) encompass EVERY SINGLE kindergarten common core standard and are chock full of games, printables, activities, lesson ideas, stations, centers, and more.  We have absolutely LOVED these units and they have worked so PERFECTLY in our own 2 rooms.  We feel like our kids have truly become mathematical thinkers in EVERY way!

This last math unit focuses on measureable attributes including length, height, weight, and capacity.   Check out the pictures to get an idea of what's included.

Quick Peek!
(Click on any of the images to grab this at our TPT store!)

Longer Peek!



Well...that's it!  We have finally wrapped up our Common Core Math Series!

We hope you love the pack!

Please leave us a comment and let us know if you have used any of our other packs or what you like best from this pack! 

We'll pick 2 winners to get this MEASUREMENT MATH PACK for FREE from all the comments below!  Wahoo!  We love FREE!

28 comments:

  1. This resource is great! Love the tower grab! Something my special ed boys would love... building stuff to measure! Thanks for the chance to win. So happy to follow you.

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com
    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids

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    1. That's great to hear. We have a room full of boys so we thought towers, straw wars, and weigh station would get them excited!

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  2. I recently discovered your math units and I have purchased all of them. I love the variety of activities you have within all of them. Right now, we're using the addition and subtraction unit. I love all the board games. They are easy to use and the kids love them. But my favorite is the Composing and Decomposing Tracking Cards. We spend 5 minutes every day doing this in our math journals. The kids love this manipulative work and I think it is really helping them develop a deep understanding of composing and decomposing numbers through 10. Great products and I highly recommend them! Karla

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    1. Probably should leave contact info...
      karlaheleotes@cox.net
      http://kinderkarla.blogspot.com

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    2. That is the sweetest comment! Thank you so much Karla. We are thrilled that these packs are working out great for you!

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  3. This looks like a fun way to measure. The straw wars looks great!

    Crystal Shepherd
    lucytumnus@gmail.com
    The lamppost in 1st grade math

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    1. Our boys will be all over that I think!!! ;)

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  4. Looks like fun! I'll be starting to work on measurement in a few weeks. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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    1. We got a few weeks behind and are actually just starting this unit Monday! Thanks for commenting!

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  5. The Tower Grab looks like a fun way to help kids practice!!! We are working on measuring and collecting data right now.....along with all the other skills I am trying to squeeze in as a review! The end of the year is so busy!! These units look awesome!

    Debbie
    kisforkinderrific@gmail.com
    K is for Kinderrific

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    1. Thanks so much...and AMEN on the time crunch! This year has flown by!

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  6. Love the posters that are included!

    rachelmd93@gmail.com

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  7. This and your other CC Math units look like they would be fantastic resources to have. I also teach in Georgia! I love that there are printables and more hands on activities included. Thanks for providing resources aligned with CC!
    Bethany
    Blatimer3@gmail.com

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    1. Thanks for your sweet comment. We really do like the state frameworks, but they just lacked the appealing graphics and colorful materials that keep kids motivated. These packs were the perfect addition for us! We are glad you like them too!

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  8. This looks fabulous. All those games look like so much fun.

    Amanda
    mrspauleyskindergarten@gmail.com
    Mrs. Pauley's Kindergarten

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    1. Thank you Amanda! We are just now starting this last unit with our kiddos. We think they will love the games too!

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  9. Wow! I don't know where you ladies find the time to teach, live and create!!! I love all your units and lessons you create! It was nice seeing you, Cristy, at the Math workshop Friday :)
    Angela Nouryeh
    angela.nouryeh@cowetaschools.net

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  10. Good thing the hubs works crazy hours so I get more creating time! :) It was good seeing you too! Thank you for always giving us great feedback and editing help!

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  11. Your blog is soooo cute! So glad you guys found us on the forum! It is so much more fun blogging/creating with friends! Can't wait to check out more of your stuff!:)

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  12. Thanks so much! We love it so far. We still don't feel like we are dedicating enough time to our blog, but we are having fun anyway! Thanks for leaving a comment!

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  13. I love your units! I have quite a few on my wishlist/cart. Your Straw Wars and Tower Games look AMAZING! My boys (and girls) would adore it! :)

    Melinda
    melchase@live.com

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    1. Aww! Thanks so much! We are glad you like our units! Thanks for commenting!

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  14. I came across this looking for Common Core aligned measurement unit on Teachers Pay Teachers. I love the look of this pack! It looks like there's quite a variety of activities and the graphics ROCK!! I've now put a few of your units on my wish list, but I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to win the measurement unit. It's just what I need to keep my kiddos engaged in math right now!

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    1. Thank you SO MUCH Yvette. What a sweet comment! We are very glad you stumbled upon us! We'll cross our fingers for you.

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  15. This looks great. I haven't used one of your packs before, but I love how colorful they all are!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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    1. Thanks so much Kelly! We love choosing new graphics...I think we many even be slightly addicted to clip art! ;)

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  16. Thanks so much everyone for your awesome comments! We drew for the giveaway tonight! Be sure and check out our newest post to see if you won! PS- EVERYBODY gets a little freebie because losing is no fun! ;)

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