Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Giveaway! Complete Common Core K Math Curriculm


We know school is about to be back in swing before we even know it...at least it is here in GA.  We go back in 3 weeks!  3 weeks people!  I don't even know how that happened, but dang it if it didn't!

So we are actually starting to think about school again, about our classrooms, ordering supplies, and just wrapping our head around the upcoming year.

We know some of you are in the same boat (and we are totally jealous of you guys heading back in September!!!) and might be looking for some new ideas and resources for your room.  We are planning on hosting a couple of Back to School Giveaways over the next few weeks...up for grabs sneak peek...


 ...plus more!

And we'll begin with this one!

It's everything you need to introduce, teach, review, and assess EVERY. SINGLE. Kindergarten. COMMON. CORE. STANDARD! 
 Can I get an AMEN! ;)

So if you are new to the CC standards, or just need some new resources to help you teach the standards in a meaningful, engaging, and fun way...then this might be perfect for you.

We plan on giving away this bundle to 1 lucky winner!

The bundle value is $57.00!!!


The giveaway runs through Monday the 14th at midnight!  Earn 2 entries each for following our blog, TpT store, and Pinterest board and 2 entries for leaving a blog comment.  Earn 5 entries for following us on our NEW Instagram profile.  You can also earn 5 entries simply by adding a one line blurb about the giveaway onto any of your blog posts this week! Good luck!

7 comments:

  1. I would LOVE to have this bundle to get all of my math planning done before the school year starts!! :)

    Breanne

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  2. It would help me be sure I had taught all the CCRS skills and let the students have lots of fun practice!

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  3. I need math center so bad. This would be a blessing!

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  4. I would love to switch to center based math. This would help immensely!

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  5. This would be an awesome resource to add to math centers!

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