### Math Addition/Subtraction helps giveaway

Well I finally got around to starting to go through my homeschool stuff to see what I will need for next year and what I don't. I've had these addition and subtraction timed math drill books for awhile and I don't need them anymore. They are in excellent condition. I also have an extra set of the Snap It Up! math game. I had two sets because we used them once in co-op. The game is in great condition and is a fun way to practice addition and math facts. Oh, I also have some extra erasable pin grids that I'm including in this math giveaway. You can check out more giveaways at the :

Giveaway Rules:

*(U.S. residents only please) *CLOSED**

*I will be giving away 2 math books, 1 math game and 2 wipe-off grids. These are all in excellent used condition and are donated by me, Spell Outloud.*

**1. Mandatory: Leave a comment below telling me about one of your favorite math resources, games or websites.**

**Or tell me how you feel about math. Is it something you feel comfortable teaching? Did you like math as a kid?**

2. (optional) Subscribe to my blog (or follow via Google Friends Connect/Networked Blogs--see my sidebar) and let me know by leaving a comment here for one entry.

3. (optional) Twitter or blog about this giveaway and let me know by leaving a link in the comment section below for an additional entry. "SpellOutloud is having a math giveaway @SBMozer"

4. (optional) Follow me on Twitter.

Total of 4 possible entries per person. You must leave a separate comment for each entry.

This giveaway is open from April 20 -.25. A winner will be chosen at random and the winner will be posted on Monday, April 26.

Please make sure there is some way I can contact you :) If the winner does not respond after 3 days, then I'll draw another winner.

Labels: curriculum, giveaways

## 31 Comments:

I loved the game 24 when I taught 5th grade!

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Math is not my strong area, but I find that I focus more on teaching it because I know how hard it can be to learn.

Currently I really like using Dominoes for my kids who are just starting addition and subtraction, and the kids love them too! Math wasn't my favorite subject in school, but I didn't mind it too much.

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I loved math as a kid... though my kid is not loving it at all. Hhmm... I haven't found a website yet that has inspired her mathematically like Starfall does literaly (as in reading).

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Thanks for the fun give-a-away. I did like Math as a kid, I just hated having to "show my work".....I usually used a variety of ways to find the answer and having to "show" it was difficult!

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Love your blog! We could make great use of this for two of my little ones! One entry please!

This looks fun! I follow your blog, one more entry please!

I love to win some math resources for my daughter. Thanks for sharing.

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I loved Math until I got to PreCalc! We would love trying out a new game and extra practice!!

I actually did like math because there is always a right answer in math. These would be a great addition to your home, trying to get the math facts to stick. Thanks for the chance to win!

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I love math but would be overwhelmed to teach it to my kids. tara@dennie.org

I do feel comfortable teaching math, and think I will until we get to geometry. Then I'll be a mess.

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I am a big fan of Math-U-See. It's been a great resource for someone who has trouble explaining math concepts.

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My K5 son loves math and anything that can be used for a manipulative...especially dominoes, dice, plastic animals...fun, fun!

I really enjoy math; it has always seemed to come naturally to me. But I'm a bit apprehensive in teaching it because some of my kids may not find math to be a strong-suit. I'm eager to have different resources around the house to help with the different learning styles.

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It's worth a shot. These look fun! Thanks for sharing!

We love math-u-see with its math blocks. I was an english major in college...lol that should say it all. =0) I am more comfortable teaching it with the curriculum we have chosen. Kelly

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I would love a chance to win these. One of my new favorite math games is called "Add It" and I downloaded it off of Confessions of a Homeschooling Mom.

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I absolutely love math. In fact, I spent 10 years in the school for mathematically gifted kids and then chose a career in Engineering. My favorite math resource - http://www.internet4classrooms.com/early_childhood/math_pre-k.htm

We currently use Math-U-See for first grade and we like the manipulatives that it comes with. Thanks for this giveaway!

Laurie

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I would love to win this!

We haven't done much in the way of math yet - counting and patterns, etc. Our goal is to use real-world problems from early on - because one of the biggest math complaints is that kids don't see any purpose or point to it.

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