Wow, the entries are stacking up and I am so happy to read all of your comments each day.

Thanks for joining me again on Day 3 of the **Countdown to 2014 Giveaway**! You have just as many opportunities today to enter to win the **$25 Gift Certificate**.

First of all, **EVERYONE **has a chance to win a **$25 Gift Card** from your choice of Teachers Pay Teachers, Amazon or Starbucks to start your year right.

And on top of that, we have added in some great specials each day for you to take advantage of as well.

Are you ready for today’s items that are each 30% off? Remember that this sale is for today only so get it **FAST **before it ends!

Yes, you see that right! I am offering my **MEGA BUNDLES** for an *additional 30%* off the already 25% savings!

***This is not able to be combined with any other store credits.***

Don’t forget to stop by Jamie and Meg’s blogs as well to be entered to win their giveaways as well!

Sidney says

I am looking forward to using your Decimal Dogs multiplying decimals task cards right when I get back to school. I am going to have to warm up the laminator and get printing! My students loved the HUMP DAY calculations we did right before the holiday so I might as well keep up that motivation into 2014!

Sidney says

I am currently teaching grade six in Toronto, Canada. In the new year I intend to tackle theoretical probability and if you have something fun and interesting to help me teach it Jen, I would love a link to it! My students (and I do teach gifted) really struggle with this concept. I also have to cover data management including broken line graphs…so again any fun and engaging ideas would be much appreciated. I love all your ideas!

Janelle Graham says

I just bought your 8th grade bundle to use in my 8th grade classroom in Lugoff, SC. It is fabulous! Thank you so much for putting all the hard work in to this product…The geometry unit is what I’ll be starting in January, so this product is perfect! I’m excited to start using the ISN soon!

Jennifer Smith-Sloane says

I’m so happy that you are enjoying the bundle! Next unit will be over functions and I am hoping it is out in early January.

Kim Combs says

I teach 5th grade and this next month we will be learning about fractions, comparing and ordering them. We will also be adding and subtracting with like denominators for now. With the new TEKS being implemented we will be adding and subtracting with unlike denominators after STAAR this year.

Jody Erickson says

I also teach 5th grade. We will be doing fractions, fractions, and more fractions! But first we will start the New Year off with Happy New Year Coordinates Mystery Poster…always fun! Happy New Year to you!!

shannonjoe says

I teach 6th grade in Alabama. When we get back to school, we will be working on equivalent ratios and percentages. God bless us-they struggle with math so much!

Shannon

http://www.irunreadteach.wordpress.com

Karen H says

I teach 5th grade. We will be working with fractions.

Amanda E says

I teach 6th grade. We’ll be working on fractions after the break.

Misty says

I teach both 5th and 6th grade and it would be a refresher for the semester examination.

Danielle I says

Fractions!!!

Danielle I says

I teach 5th grade – we will be working on fractions.

Katie N says

I teach kindergarten and we will be learning all about teen numbers!

Lori says

I am looking for CC math products.

Jennifer Smith-Sloane says

Katie- So happy to hear that you will be working on basic number sense! It is so crucial!

LynS says

I teach above average 4th grade and GT 4th grade (5th grade curric). In the next month, we will be studying angles, geometry, and perimeter & area.

Andrea says

I’ve been subbing this year, but I know in 4th grade they will be continuing place value to the millions and moving into multiplication.

Karen Wainright says

I teach 8th grade math and we will be starting the new year (2014) with functions and then move on to linear functions and then slope and linear equations and all things associated with that. Then we will move on to systems of equations, Pythagorean Theorem, and angles.

Karen Wainright says

I’m also looking forward to using all your foldables for the 8th grade that I have purchased.

Jen Wilson says

I am a 7th and 8th grade math teacher. I love following these blogs! I don’t know how you all find the time to do a teacher blog but I love that you do!!! We will be reviewing prevent applications after Christmas break!

Stephanie says

For the new year I am looking for intervention math centers for middle schoolers!

Stephanie says

I teach 6th & 8th grade math and we will be learning geometry and data/statistics.

Donna says

Hi: I teach 7th grade math. We start 2D geometry in January.

Love your solve and snips esp for my Lab classes!