Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Math Facts Bottle Caps Giveaway!

"Ok guys! The winner of this giveaway was number 2 (starting at the top and counting down) which was TeacherKing55! Thank you to all for participating, and remember that even if you didn't win, this activity is a freebie that you can do yourself by clicking the word "here" down below. I will try to gather up some bottle caps for another giveaway really soon! Thank you for "going green" in your classroom!"
My Random Number is
2.00

Hey everyone! This Saturday, I am sending this box of 120 bottle caps and addition math fact labels to one lucky winner. You may or may not have seen this activity here, which is free, but it's super fun and engaging, and my students have enjoying practicing their math facts all year long with these bottle caps (not to mention it promotes recycling, yeah!). This box of caps and labels would be a great green activity for your students. They can help apply the labels and then check each other's bottle cap math facts to make sure they are correct. This leaves you with absolutely no prep time needed for an awesome math activity that students will love.

So how do you win this goodie box of recycling math fun? Here are two ways to enter:
1) Follow this blog and comment on this post.
2) Link up any posts of your own that involve recycling here at The Green Classroom and comment below (You can do as many as you'd like and make sure to comment each one separately). To link a post, just click on the "By Material" or "By Area." Then click on the appropriate material or subject area and link your post. Thank you!
3) Share this blog on any social medium (pinterest, facebook, your own blog, etc.). Promote green education!

* Contest will end on Saturday, April 28th at 11:59 est.


17 comments:

  1. I would love to have this for our classroom! I don't have anything like this yet.

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  2. I think these are GREAT!!!! My kids would LOVE to use these and they could see how easy it is to recycle things we use on a daily basis. :)
    Teacherking55@gmail.com

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  3. This looks like a super fun activity!

    I follow your blog via Google Friend Connect.

    kaos2me at gmail dot com

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  4. I would love to have this activity for my classroom. I have been following you and your blog.
    -Dana
    delting01@yahoo.com

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  5. I posted about your giveaway on facebook and pinterst.
    http://pinterest.com/pin/130041507960553811/
    -Dana
    delting01@yahoo.com

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  6. I shared this giveaway on Facebook.

    kaos2me at gmail dot com

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  7. I love this. It would be great to have for mys students. I am a new follower.
    Bobbi
    bcapwell@ccisd.net

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  8. What a generous offer!!! I shared this on Facebook!
    bcapwell@ccisd.net

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  9. This would be such a fun way to get through the star testing doldrums :-)

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  10. Absolutely LOVE this!!! What a great way to practice math and recycle at the same time!

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  11. This seems like so much fun. Love it! I am a new follower.

    Marebarr@yahoo.com

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  12. I follow your blog! This would be a lot of fun! tigermagic@bellsouth.net

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  13. I follow your blog.. Great idea!

    redmist100@gmail.com

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  14. I will be teaching a high school class of student with severe intelectual disabilities. I would love to have this activity because it is visual, tactile and kinesthetic and it would be perfect for the students I will be teaching. ... you can also reach me at gabrielamccauley@yahoo.com :)

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  15. This would be an awesome addition to our homeschool activities!

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  16. I have been saving bottle caps but have a long way to go! It would be nice to get this all ready to go!

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