Friday, August 22, 2014

Half Million Views: A Celebration of Blogging and Giveaway Day 5


It's the FINAL DAY of my celebration of blogging, and if you missed the start of the week, here are the details!  I have invited 20 blogging friends to share some of their favorite blog posts with all of us!  Each day this week I will focus on 5 blog posts that are full of great content--one from me and 4 from my illustrious guests!  The giveaway posted each day will feature $10 of prizes that YOU CHOOSE from each of the featured blogger plus $10 from my store for $50 worth of prizes each day!  Ready to see what content is waiting for you today?  Just scroll down and click on each bloggers logo to take you right to the post they have chosen to share.  ENJOY!

Big numbers--no problem!  Check out this great post from Math Coach's Corner!
This post is a great one to get you thinking about your math classroom as you start the year!
Poetry can be SO much fun to teach...check out the great ideas in this one!
Looking for some more interactive notebook tips?  Check out THIS post!




...and now MY FINAL of 5 featured blog posts!

This was one of my math posts focusing on math misconceptions and math discourse.  This lesson was NOT at all what I thought it would be...but I learned SO much about my students!

Ready to go do some reading?  Ready to win $50 to spend?  Enter the rafflecopter below.  This raffle will be open for 3 days--so make sure to stop by EVERY day this week for more great posts and giveaways!  By Friday, you will have $300 worth of prizes that you have a chance to win!  ALL WINNERS will be announced on Monday!

And today's 1/2 price deal?  How about THIS one?  Another HUGE savings!  Seriously...this ends up being only a little more than a dollar a set...and it's usually $3.50 per set!  $10 today only...This is a crazy deal.  I hope you had fun this week...I know I sure did!


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17 comments:

  1. Hey there...I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, but I can't get to the other bloggers' posts. When I click on the icon, it just takes me to a smaller picture of the same thing - no blog. :(

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    1. I don't know what happened! I went and refreshed all the links...hope it works now! :)

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    2. Angie, what device are you using to view the original post? I find on mobile devices (IPads, phones) I have to view it using a browser to be able to click on the links. I use Bloglovin on my IPad and must click at the bottom to view original post. Then I must click on the link twice to actually view it. I hope this may help

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    3. It works now, Meg! Thanks so much. :) Kim, I was using Chrome on my MacBook...it just wasn't working for whatever reason. Thanks!

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  2. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

    A Teaspoon of Teaching

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  3. I would like to learn more about interactive notebooks. They are awesome.

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  4. Loved information on interactive notebooks and misconceptions about shape.

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  5. Really like The Math Coach's Corners description of big numbers. I can see a number of my students "getting" big numbers.

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  6. I love the interactive notebook ideas!!!

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  7. I loved reading Blair's Interactive notebook ideas and hints!

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  8. Loved the interactive notebook tips by Out of this World Literacy!

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  9. from Math Coach's COrner I saw her picture books, which i love to incorporate into class--even my 5th graders love being read to! Added them to my shopping cart at amazon!

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  10. Interactive notebook very helpful

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  11. So much good stuff in these posts! I love the math talk your students were engaged in. I also love Donna's tips for reading large numbers. So easy, but so helpful. And the tips for INBs are very timely for me because I would like to do some INB stuff this year. :-) The post on math manipulatives is fantastic as well! Thanks for all the great reading!

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  12. I loved Math Coach's Corner advice on teaching larger numbers. I can actually see some of my strugglers "getting" it. Thank you.
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  13. I learned that Meg is struggling to get her room organized - totally understand. I was thinking the other day that before you can organize, you have to make total chaos - I have those same piles lingering in my room, too. It's such a process to get our rooms ready.

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  14. Great interactive notebook tips from Blair--very practical!

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