Thursday, July 7, 2011

Facebook Party Giveaway: Math Facts Fun Deluxe


Math must be practiced to be remembered. Practice takes time, and patience, and can wear on both the teachers and the students! But games take practice to another dimension. This game is designed to help with practice at all levels of math ability -- but in a fun, bingo-type setting.

Catherine Jaime has kindly offered to give away 3 copies of her Math Facts Fun Deluxe Game tonite!

To get multiple entries for this drawing:

1. Leave a comment telling one of the challenges you face in teaching math to your children.

2. Join the newsletter at Catherine's website, then leave a comment here telling me you did.

3. Like Creative Learning Connection on Facebook, then leave a comment here telling me you did.

BE SURE TO LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS WITH EACH COMMENT! :)

Drawing ends at 9pm Eastern time tonite!

17 comments:

T said...

my kids forget the math facts if we don't practice them weekly!
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Amanda said...

What challenge don't I face with math should be the question! That's why I started using teaching textbooks. It's been a God send to us. Extra games and stuff like this are always helpful too! rosenfamily06@yahoo.com

T said...

I liked Creative Learning Connection on FB
theslinkards1@yahoo.com

Amanda said...

Also liked Creative Learning Connection on fb! Rosenfamily06@yahoo.com

Sarah said...

Liked the fb page.

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Lori Graves said...

Gosh, I have 2 special needs kiddos that are so challenged with the multiplication tables in particular, but really, even basic addition causes roadblocks. I love to fins any ways to help them get excited about math.
lorigraves2@cox.net

Sarah said...

Subscribed to the newsletter.

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Sarah said...

My biggest challenge is verbalizing the concepts to my son so that he understands. I'm good in math, it's just hard for me to explain the concepts and rationale. Hoping Teaching Textbooks helps with this next year.

slavila@rochester.rr.com

cmmjaime said...

Math doesn't have to be boring! And dice are a great way to make the math facts more fun. In fact, anything you can make into a game is more fun!

Catherine Jaime
Mom of 12

Renee said...

teaching Algebra to my eldest was a challenge.

ReneeSuz82(at)msn.com

Renee said...

I like Creative LEarning on Facebook

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Starla Jimenez said...

My challenge is all of the above, my kids get frustrated and then I get frustrated. =( ssvr@netzero.com

Starla Jimenez said...

Joined the newsletter. ssvr@netzero.com

Starla Jimenez said...

I liked them on fb. ssvr@netzero.com

Mlatch said...

I have liked the creativ learning page on fb Michellelatch@hotmail.com

Mlatch said...

I have signed up for the newsletter Michellelatch@ hotmail.com

Angelsfaith said...

So I think I forgot to comment! LOL
My daughter cannot remember math facts very well. We need to do all kinds of hands-on activities to help her remember.

Liked them, signed up for the newsletter!
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