Monday, July 15, 2013

Back to School Math GIVEAWAY!!!

Its Monday and I only have a week and a half before I got back to work at my NEW job. (math instructional facilitator K-6...don't ask me what I do because I have NO idea yet!) Since I will be going back to work soo soon I thought I would have a Math Giveaway of some of my new favorite TpT products!

The WINNER will receive:



This is my newest unit...I created some fun activities/lessons for you to create math lovers at the beginning of the year!! Click on the unit to see what all you will win! 


This unit I created to help teachers prepare for the Common Core Math Practice Standards...these resources you can use ALL YEAR! Click on the unit to see what's included!


This unit is GREAT for primary teachers to use throughout the year to test for number and letter identification. Click on the unit to check it out! 

Here is how to enter: (leave email with each entry!)

1. One entry if you follow my blog
2. One entry if you follow my TpT store at Kelley Cirrito
3. One entry if you follow me on Instagram at kcirrito
4. One entry if you share with me your favorite thing about teaching math
5. One entry if you give me a shout out on your blog/facebook/instgram etc.

Please be honest with your entries...I will be checking to make sure. Giveaway ends Friday at noon! Good luck!


36 comments:

Jennifer Jenkins said...

I love teaching math because it is so hands-on, engaging, and fun to use all the different manipulatives. I love to introduce subtraction with frogs hopping back on their logs and practice measuring body parts with partners for reinforcement. My kids get so excited for math!

Charlotte said...

I follow your blog! ctaylor616@gmail.com

Charlotte said...

I follow your tpt store. cstaylor616@gmail.com

Ashley said...

I follow your blog and follow you on instagram. My favorite thing about teaching math is the variety of ways you can teach one concept.

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Stephanie Lowe said...

I follow your blog, just followed you on tpt and instagram! My favorite thing about teaching math is when the kids 'get it'. Seeing their eyes light up with understanding just makes me day! stephanie.lowe.9.3.11@gmail.com

Suzy Q said...

You seem really relaxed for a girl who isn't sure what she is doing in a week and a half! Can you bottle it and sell it?

FOllowing your blog as Suzy Q.

Suzy Q said...

Following your TPT store as summersuzy.

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Suzy Q said...

My favorite thing about teaching math is that there are so many great games to reinforce what you are teaching!

tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

Patrice said...

I follow your blog! I love to teach math because I grew up weak in math but since many of my instructional positions have been exclusive for math (i.e. tutoring, summer school) I have come to understand what it takes to teach math. I love the songs, poster, games, manipulatives (cheerios for arrays!) and other instructional strategies I have used to help make math achievement accessible to every student. I am a first year teacher this Fall and I am excited and anxious to dive into Math!
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Elisabeth said...

Of course I'm a follower!! I've been around since "the beginning"! Congrats on the new position! Can't wait to hear more about it!

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Elisabeth said...

I follow your TPT!

Twinsteachingandtacos@gmail.com

Elisabeth said...

Just followed on Instagram!

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Elisabeth said...

My favorite thing about teaching math is the fact that kiddos can use many different ways to solve their problems. When I was in school there was ONE way and that caused me to hate math! I'm loving math as a teacher now :)

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Elisabeth said...

Shared your giveaway on my Blog

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dbednars said...

Congrats on the new position! I am a new follower of your blog (#581). dbednarsk@yahoo.com

dbednars said...

I am a new follower of your TPT store (#94). dbednarsk@yahoo.com

dbednars said...

I love teaching math because it is hands on & I love watching & listening to the though process. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

Cori Lyons said...

I follow your TPT store (#95).

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Cori Lyons said...

I follow your blog (#581). Congratulations on your new positon.

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Cori Lyons said...

I love using songs, games, and manipulatives to teach math concept. I enjoy graphing with candy and cereal.

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celeste said...

I love teaching math...it excites me. My students love it because I love it!!! The manipulatives and games are endless and the change keeps it from being boring. Cwofford@harmonytx.org

celeste said...

I love teaching math...it excites me. My students love it because I love it!!! The manipulatives and games are endless and the change keeps it from being boring. Cwofford@harmonytx.org

celeste said...

I love teaching math...it excites me. My students love it because I love it!!! The manipulatives and games are endless and the change keeps it from being boring. Cwofford@harmonytx.org

Andrea L. said...

I'm following your blog!
andrea . m . lee84 @gmail.com

Andrea L. said...

I also follow you on tpt!
andrea . m . lee84 @gmail.com

Andrea L. said...

I have two favorite things about math. One is how it can be so much fun with games and manipulatives. I like how my manipulatives can be school-type items like counters or it could be licorice to cut for fractions. The other is that I love that my kids do most of the work in building/learning the concepts and truly "own" the learning.
andrea . m . lee84 @gmail.com

Andrea L. said...

I am now following you on instagram, too!
andrea . m . lee84 @gmail.com

Lori Raines said...

I follow your blog!

lraines78@gmail.com

Lori Raines said...

I follow your TPT store!

lraines78@gmail.com

Lori Raines said...

My favorite thing about teaching math is that it is hands on and there are so many fun ways to teach.

lraines78@gmail.com

susanlulu said...

I follow your blog.
susanlulu@yahoo.com

susanlulu said...

I follow your TpT store.
susanlulu@yahoo.com

susanlulu said...

The best thing about teaching math is the Core. It makes so much sense!
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Sharon said...

This is my 2nd year teaching and my first year teaching 2nd grade. I am looking for great math ideas, centers and strategies for the upcoming school year.

Sharon said...

my email is srobinson29150@yahoo.com and Sharon.ga.girl@gmail.com

Chris Lou said...

Currently I am finishing up a summer school extended program with Kindergarteners. The most favorite thing about teaching math to my Kindergarteners is learning that zero is also a number and without zero certain numbers could not be a number. Their eyes light up and their voices cheer in excitement when they discover they can do math with the most simplest of items in their natural environment.
This year I will be switching to Second Grade after teaching Kindergarten for four years. I hope to instill the same exciting parts of math in my second graders as I have in my previous students using what is in our natural environment to learn math among other techniques shared by bloggers like you, T2T, Pinterest, and MC2...

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