Free Math Project | Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

 

 

I am SO excited to do something big this year for Teacher Appreciation Week! I’ll be giving EVERYONE a free math project! This is not a contest where only a handful of people win – this literally means that every person who signs up for my free project will get one!

Not familiar with my new line of Math Projects and Escape Rooms yet? View them all HERE.

 

**UPDATE

Voting is now closed and the winning project was The Camping Trip! This project has been sent to all who registered (about 4000 of you!) and is no longer available for free. HOWEVER, if you’d like to get this project (or any projects/escape rooms), they are available for less than the price of a fancy coffee…and I promise they are worth it 🙂

Thank you so much for showing an interest in my work. It is really appreciated. 🙂

 

Here’s what else I’m doing for Teacher Appreciation Week:

Have a fantastic Teacher Appreciation Week, and thank you for ALL that you do to make learning fun for your students!

 

Have a great day,

 

Shelley

 

 

70 Comments

  • Thanks for the chance to get a free kit, I can’t wait to see it!

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  • Wonderful! Loved the gesture. I’m going to share it with my educator friends.
    I am using your resource ‘I’m done … now what’ and my students love it.

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    • Thanks so much for sharing, Pratima! I’m glad your students are loving the Early Finisher Board!

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    • Thank you Kerri! I had a ton of fun making that one 🙂

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  • My kids are loving Escape Rooms! Thank you for all the options!

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  • I love your projects. They are very engaging and the students love them also.

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  • Fingers Crossed a Grade 2/3 project wins the vote. The one in the lead right now is for higher grades and I wouldn’t be able to use it. 🙁 My students LOVE the Math Stations, so I would love to try one of the projects for grade 2/3!

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  • Fingers Crossed a Grade 2/3 project wins the vote. The one in the lead right now is for higher grades and I wouldn’t be able to use it. 🙁 My students LOVE the Math Stations, so I would love to try one of the projects for grade 2/3! Thank you for giving away a free math project!

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    • It could still happen, Jane! It’s a close one and there are still a few more days to go! 🙂

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  • This looks amazing and I’m totally excited, thank you! Is there anyway you might do one for 2-3 and 4-5. The skills are so different.

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  • Fractions, fractions, and more fractions please!!

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  • They all look great – can’t wait to see which wins!

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  • Thanks so much. My students have struggled with fractions.

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  • This would be great to use for my 2nd grade students. Thanks

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    • Hi Jill! You should see a big voting area right in the middle of the post. If you’re not seeing it, try a different browser. 🙂

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  • Thanks! I love all the ones I’ve bought do far! Can’t wait to get a new one!

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  • I have purchased two of these previously and the kids just LOVE them!!!

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  • Finally it’s MAY 5!!! I can’t wait till noon today!! Looks like the Camping Trip Project won! My students are going to love this for an end of year activity. It will be a great review of their addition and subtraction facts. The fraction project in second place would’ve been very difficult for my students to use. I am happy with this result. I’m surprised voting is still up. I thought it was going to end at midnight CST. Thanks in advance! (sorry if this posts more than once, it keeps popping up with an error)

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    • Hi Brad! Yes, Camping Trip won! I was planning on ending the voting at midnight but fell asleep 🙂 It’s closed now 🙂 I’ll be sending the projects out in a bit!

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  • Did you say we could still receive the gift by midnight ? I sent your page to several teacher friends. I teach Special Education and just started using Teachers Pay Teachers! What an awesome gesture!

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  • Rats! I can’t get the link to connect 😕 I should have been better at getting going as my students loved the Pet Shelter project (and as an immersion teacher, I appreciated that it was available in French!)

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    • Hi Lauren! I signed you up 🙂 You should have the email within 5 minutes or so 🙂

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