Saturday, July 6, 2013

Pin it to Win it - Number Sense

This week, as I promised, I am coming back with another Pin it to Win it Giveaway!  This week you get a chance to win my new Number Sense Pack!  That is 450 pages of material! WOW!

My new Number Sense Pack is great for building a sense of how numbers relate to one another and how counting different number sets is similar.  It includes posters, sorts, work mats, and worksheets.  Sorts include number and word cards, money, ten frames, tally marks, ones and tens, base ten blocks, and more!


To win this pack, simply pin the image above and enter the URL into the rafflecopter.  You get an entry into the giveaway for every pin!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. The number sense pack looks great!

    I found your blog through a comment you left on the I'm Lovin' Lit giveaway. I'm glad to be a new follower here. It's always nice to be able to step out of my classroom and virtually visit to see what other teachers are up to!

    First Grade with Ms. Dawley

  2. Nice work Jessica! Hope you get a ton of entries... but I hope I win :)

    Seemi @ Trillium Montessori

  3. What a great giveaway...the packet looks awesome! :)

  4. Love the idea of the giveaway!! The packet looks wonderful! It would be great for kindergartener!

  5. Hi Jessica! I visited the other day, but got distracted and didn't get a comment down. I found your blog via TPTs, and I must say...totally cute! I am doing a safari theme in my room, and I love the monkeys! Thanks for sharing your idea on the forum. I'll need to peruse through some of your old posts too. Love the pin it to win it idea.
    Comprehension Connection

  6. Hi, Jessica! Thanks for hosting this giveaway - the number sense pack looks amazing! Keeping my fingers crossed. I love your blog. Super cute! You said you were looking for a theme for your classroom. I think a jungle/monkey theme would look cute. A K5 teacher did it last year at our school and it was really cute. You can look at TPT and other sites -- there's a lot of monkey stuff. They even used Monkey binders for organization. You can use zebra/cheetah print etc. to add to it- there's even duct tape in those styles. I decided to just do a polka dot theme because I didn't want to get "stuck" with one, but I don't know that my theme was very obvious. :) So, I think the monkey/jungle theme would get noticed more.

    Teacher Treasure Hunter

    1. Melissa, I did see some cute and colorful zebra/cheetah print borders, letters, and things out there! I may have to look into those. You are right, they would look great with the monkeys and help to brighten up my room!


  7. Yay! I am so excited to see all of you guys entering! I love that you are excited too!