Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Gumball Math {Multiplication Edition}

Attention 3rd-5th grade teachers . . . we’ve branched out and created a new set of Gumball Math tests just for YOU and your kiddos to reinforce basic multiplication facts.

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This series of timed tests can be used just like our addition and subtraction set.  Students will work their way through the leveled tests and earn gumballs along the way to glue into their gumball machines.  You can also reward students with a real gumball to chew.IMG_1163[1]

(Note – Large gumball machine is not included in this set . . . however you could create one of your own by enlarging one of the smaller student machines.)

Here is a complete listing of all the tests that are included in this set . . .

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AND . . . here is a {sneak} peek at just a few of the tests included in this set.

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We would love to give our friend Sara Batchelder a big “THANK YOU” for all of the input she gave us on this project.  Since we don’t teach multiplication we sought out some help from an expert teacher who does. 

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5 comments:

  1. I just got the Gumball Addition for my first grade room- I can't wait to get it started in the fall!
    Staci

    ☞Go NuTTY with ME!

    misssquirrels@yahoo.com

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  2. Love this!! Now I have to think of how to addapt it for K :)
    PS I'm having a giveaway and would love to have you join!
    Blessings,

    Jessica Stanford
    Mrs. Stanford's Class Blog

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  3. What a cute bulletin board! Thanks for the ideas!

    http://fromafirstyearteacher.blogspot.com/

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  4. Super cute!!!
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    Miss Kelly

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  5. I love this! This is such a cute way to keep track of their math facts. We do planets because our mascot is the Stars, but I think I may have to switch next year. Thanks for the idea :)

    Annie

    Three Cheers for First Grade!

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