Follower Celebration, Month of Love, Snow Day Giveaway

Snow Day!!!!!!!!!!   Our first one of the year - last year we had 10 so this girl has been feeling pretty left out this year.  I am so happy with the results of Snowstorm 2015.  In fact, I'm so elated that I'm hosting a giveaway to pay it forward.

Since it's a Snow Day!!!!!!! and it's February, the month of love, AND, I just noticed that I am soooo close to 2,000 fans on TPT plus I hit 600 fans exactly on facebook, a GIVEAWAY is a must.

This giveaway my friends is going to go to 3 lucky winners, to celebrate all 3 occasions!  I'm going to giveaway for FREE 3 sets of my Valentine's Day Decimal Math Centers.









These centers are perfect for Valentines Day activities, parties, and for those of you who are using a Math Workshop, Guided Math or Small Group type of math instruction. Though you can also use them whole group or as interventions/extensions to differentiate your instruction. Just print, (laminate if you wish), cut if needed and go! Math plans for an entire week in February!!! Now that's what I call LOVE!

This set of Valentine's Day Decimal Centers includes 3 task cards centers, one independent work center and one math game center. All recording sheets, directions, and answer keys are included. Your students can move through these centers throughout the week while you are meeting with small groups.

Targeted skills include:

* Multiplying decimals by whole numbers and by decimals through thousandths
* Dividing decimals by whole numbers and by decimals with dividends through thousandths
* Decimal patterns when multiplying and dividing by powers of ten
* Finding the missing factor when multiplying decimals
* Using a calculator to check work, guess and check problem solving strategy, and comparing decimal amounts

All you have to do to try and win a FREE copy of these lovable centers is enter the Rafflecopter below.  The giveaway ends next Monday night!!  Good luck!!

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9 comments

  1. I have my 5th graders use a plastic milk jug as a Valentine collection container. They decorate and add their name. It holds all the cards and treats. Beti

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  2. My students asked for a Valentine's Day game party and I am really excited to see some content-rich ideas that I can incorporate into our day!

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    1. I love good old-fashioned board games. My favorite!

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    2. I just checked back on this page and I think I'm one of the winners. Myranda S.? My Facebook name is Myranda Sue. How are winners notified?

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  3. I usually do Valentine related activities for the content areas.

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  4. We call it "chocolate day". All the curricular activities we do revolve around chocolate: it's history; reading chocolate candy labels; finding the perimeter, area, and volume of candy bar wrappers; taste-testing different types of chocolates, then graphing our preferences...a tasty way to celebrate!

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