It is Done!

3rd Grade Interactive Notebook- Relationships between Multiplication and Division

I might just be singing from the mountain tops right now because this unit for third grade is DONE! I have been SO busy lately and feel horrible that it is done 36 hours past when I had set my deadline but yes my friends… it is SO DONE! Well, except for the photos of all the samples that I haven’t had a chance to make.

Speaking of samples, I am still working on the 5th Grade Unit 1 and I hope that you understand how important getting the content out to you is for me. I answer a ton of questions on a regular basis on when samples are coming but I also answer those on when content is coming (there are dates in the bundle posts peeps).

Some sneak peeks (because I’m in love)…

3rd Grade Multiplication and Division Relationships Interactive Notebook

You Win a Latte, You Win a Latte!

I wish I could give you all a free latte in a very Oprah-esque way but much to my dismay… it’s not possible. But giving 5 people enough to grab a free latte is my way of giving back for sure!

Thank you all for the many of you who entered my 5 Fab Fall Freebies Giveaway last week. So without further ado, the five winners are…

Starbucks Winners

I will be sending an email to each of the winners so they can print off their free $5 gift card! In the mean time, don’t forget to go and grab the Math Teachers of TpT Bundle for a STEAL of a DEAL at $25!


Math Teachers Making Life Easier!


This summer, ten teachers from Teachers Pay Teachers joined together to compile an EXCLUSIVE bundle of math resources for 3rd through 9th Grade Math. The value of all these resources is over $125, and you can grab it for only $25 – 80% off! There is a very limited quantity – once we’re sold out, they’re gone forever! Grab your copy here at

I have a total of FOUR things in this bundle that will definitely help you in your classroom.

The first of these is my Mean, Median, Mode and Range Flippable. This is great for many different levels and also allows you to have a data set created by your class in the center.

Mean Median Mode Range Flippable

My Building Blocks of Geometry Flippable is great for reviewing vocabulary to identify and describe geometric figures. I used this in my 7th grade class to review prior vocabulary but also provide a resource for my students to review.

Building Blocks of Geometry Flippable

Problem Solving with the Halflings has been one of my favorite creations to date! These task cards review skills for all operations involving decimals and fractions! Perfect for a review and assessment in your classroom!


And my last creation on the CD is one that I created for a teacher friend who told me what her daughter was struggling with. This Metric Conversions Flippable allows students to create a number using the number cards and then convert the number to another version by simply moving the number cards. Being very tactile allows for students to manipulate and learn at the same time.


The sheer value of my materials is $12.50 which is already half the price of the CD and you still have 9 other teachers to grab some great materials from!

Find out more about the participating teachers and their products at and hop along this link party.


What I’m Working On: September 22-26

As I sit here in a cute cafe in Arizona I’m al ready thinking of the many things that I need to get done this week. I’m going to focus on attainable goals and with that there are only 3!

What I'm Working On

These are totally attainable this week even though I don’t get back to town until midday tomorrow. I hope you are having a fabulous weekend and will have a grand week as we slide into fall!

P.S. Don’t forget to to enter the giveaway for the FIVE $5 Starbucks gift cards. Giveaway ends on Thursday.

P.P.S. You might want to make sure you are following me on Facebook, Instagram, etc. because some friends of mine and I have something super special coming this Thursday that you WON’T want to miss!

5 Fab Fall Freebies for Math

First day of Fall is next week (September 23rd) and I am so excited to share some awesome freebies with you that I have found for math. So go grab your Pumpkin Spice Latte and get ready to print some new activities for your classroom! Oh, and if you are a fan of fall drinks, enter to win one of 5 $5 Starbucks Gift Cards below!


First up is A Trip to the Orchard from The Teacher Studio focusing on a real life math problem focusing on taking a trip to an apple orchard within a budget. This open-ended activity is great for the season but also great to throw in with emergency sub plans!

Trip to the Orchard

Up next is Falling for Place Value by Jennifer Findley where students determine the place value of an underlined digit to help solve a riddle!

Falling for Place Value

Fraction Flip is a spin-off of a childhood favorite, War, involving fractions 1/2 through 11/12. This activity is perfect for students who finish early and created for easy printing on colored cardstock since it is in black and white.

Fraction Flip

Owl-Some Order of Operations allows students to solve problems involving the order of operations and match them with their respective answer. Another great task for early finishers also created for easy printing on colored cardstock since it is created in black and white.

Owl-Some Order of Operations

And rounding up these freebies is Silly Turkey! Pies are for Kids! which includes four different activities for introductory fraction activities for younger learners (2nd-3rd grade).

Silly Turkey, Pies are for Kids

So how many did you download? Did you make sure to leave some feedback love as well? Take a moment to enter to win for your chance at one of the FIVE $5 Starbucks Gift Cards below!

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What I’m Working On: Week of September 15-19th

Last week I started my Sunday blog posts about What I’m Working On and it really did help keep me accountable this week to what I was doing. Out of the four things on my list, I was able to get two of the LARGE items done and I’ve pulled the other two to work on this week as well.