February 2, 2013

More math progress monitoring and a SALE!

Happy weekend!!!
 
So far I've had a very relaxing little Saturday, 
even if I was up at 6:30. ;)
I'm soaking up this ME time I have right now during nap time
and wanted to share with you my latest math progress monitoring
product.
 
I finished my Number Identification pack about a month ago and now
I've got the Quantity Discrimination pack done, too.
{a missing number pack is currently in the works!}
 

 

 
 
You can use these as progress monitoring assessments, or just for practice.
I use them for practice between my progress monitoring dates {which is about every other week}.
I also can send these with parents who want to work on these fluency skills at
home, and I'm even thinking that after some modeling and practice,
my students would love to have this in a center to time each other for a
math fluency station.
 
 
I'm glad I got this pack done just time for the big sale tomorrow. 
Have you heard about it, yet?!?
I'm sure you have!
I'm planning on shopping on TpT during the game instead of watching
because the prices will be great, so you don't want to miss it.
 
Everything in my store will be 20% and then use the TpT code
SUPER to get an extra 8% off of the remaining price!
You can get to my store HERE, or by clicking the button in the sidebar.
 
Here are a few of my other products you can snag for 28% off tomorrow...
 









 
 
 
 
 One of my favorite things about a TpT sale, besides the great prices,
are seeing what everyone purchased.
I love reading everyone's posts about the products they purchased and
finding new items to add to my wishlist!
I'll definitely be back soon to share with you the goodies I pick up tomorrow!
 
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4 comments:

  1. You have some GREAT products, Leanne! I can't wait for the sale tomorrow!!
    Hoping you had a chance to enter my huge giveaway that ends tonight!
    Growing Firsties is giving away Erin Condren & lots more!!

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  2. ooh - this year I've been focusing on getting my sight word integration better...and next year my goal is to get my word families lessons in (b/c my kids can NOT chunk sounds!)... like the posters idea! do you laminate them and then write the words on the posters??
    Jen
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