Thursday, March 17, 2011

It’s Your Lucky Day

We are SO excited to announce our very first winner . . . EVER!!!  Thank you so much everyone who posted such sweet comments about our Gumball Math unit and for becoming one of our followers. 
gumball math winner 
Even if you didn’t win . . . it’s still your Lucky Day.  Here are some bonus tests we created that focus on specific skills we all cover in 1st grade.  This is a new addition for us too!!!  We are planning to di-cut colorful gumballs out of fun scrapbook paper.  Each time a child passes one of these “BONUS” Gumball Math tests they will get to choose a colorful gumball to their machine.
image  {click here to download}
You can also still head on over to our TpT store and purchase your own copy of Gumball Math.  It’s got everything you need . . . except the real gumballs . . . to reinforce basic addition and subtraction fact mastery.
 
Happy St. Patrick’s Day friends!!!
signature

12 comments:

  1. I bought it yesterday because I didn't feel so lucky. Now I do! Thanks for the extras! I already made the gumballs with my student's names and filled out the recording sheet. I am ready for Monday!

    ReplyDelete
  2. When I download the document, the + or - disappear. What am I doing wrong???

    ReplyDelete
  3. I don't know . . . I just tried and mine has the + and -. If you continue to have problems just send us an email at madefor1stgrade@gmail.com and we will forward the file to you that way.

    Kelly

    ReplyDelete
  4. I just tried again. Still the same problem. If you would email I would appreciate. We use rocket math and I am not a fan. This looks like so much more fun.

    ratsass@frontiernet.net

    ReplyDelete
  5. Adorable! Thanks for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  6. At the point when did they get the record? Well they got the record in June of 2006. In this way, they answer to the credit authority that this record was OPENED with them in June of 2006. My new companion/s GUESS WHAT has simply happened. check cashing

    ReplyDelete
  7. A decent amount of organizations with high obligation to value levels experience minimal income levels because of interest and other compulsory obligation installments that are by nature settled. www.usacheckcashingstore.com/san-diego

    ReplyDelete