You asked and I answered. I have bundled all of my Daily Math Journals into a complete set. The entire year is offered for $15.00 (which is a $7.50 savings).

If you are not sure if Daily Math Journals are for you, you can check out this FREEBIE.

I will give one complete set to one of my followers. Just enter in the Raffecopter below. Enter before mid-night tonight! The winner will be announced on Monday! Good luck!

I love it! Thank you for the free preview.It is a must have!

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kindertripsthank you for a chance to win and for the freebie. :)

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catandjohnny @ yahoo dot com

Oh, man! It looks like your journals would be so awesome to use in my classroom! I'm going to cross my fingers AND toes! :) Thank you for offering the giveaway!

ReplyDeleteTaryn

Taryn.Ryan@fairfieldsfuture.org

Happy July! Your Math journals look interesting. Can't wait to check them out.

ReplyDeleteHi Deedee!!! :) I have been looking at these - thank you for bundling them! Have a great Sunday! :)

ReplyDeleteCheryl

cener(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

Crayons and CurlsYou are such an inspiration!!

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missnguyensclass.blogspot.com

This would be a great thing to win! Thanks!

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Thanks for the chance to win!

ReplyDeleteI love these! I really hope I win!!

ReplyDeleteI follow your blog! These are awesome! Hope I win!!!

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Hi! Your math journals look great.

ReplyDeleteLove your math journals!

ReplyDeletemjhalbardier@gmail.com

Hi DeeDee thanks for making this a giveaway!! I have been pining over these for a while!! I love how you use notebooks!!

ReplyDeleteAlso LOVING the book study!!! Good call on the book that you chose!!

Danielle Brown

dnll.brown@gmail.com

Thank you Danielle. I am glad to share the book study because I think it is making it even more clear by writing about it...

DeleteThese are great, thanks for the bundle. My fingers are crossed that I win.

ReplyDelete✰ Stacy

Simpson SuperstarsWhat an awesome giveaway! :)

ReplyDeleteKelly

Beg, Borrow, StealThanks for offering these as a giveaway! They are fantastic!

ReplyDelete~ Amy

ahunt@narragansett.k12.ri.us

Hi Deedee! I love your blog...thanks for offering your math journals as a giveaway.

ReplyDeletePam

pam.kerl@gmail.com

Great Bundle! I already purchased several of your math journal prompt packets. I would love to win the entire set.

ReplyDeleteDeb

dmarinar@jeffco.k12.co.us

Great site! I love looking around for new ideas for my classroom!

ReplyDeleteHi! I can't believe June is ova!

ReplyDeleteI've decided I'm going to give math journals a try this year and this pack will more than get me started! Fingers crossed:)

megandw@yahoo.com

Deedee love your math prompts. Thanks for the freebie and the opportunity to win the bundle. One of the things I do with my kiddos in their math/science journals is given them a post it to mark the page we are working on, and they use it as a little flap/tab to find where they should begin working the next time, as they move the post it to the next available page when they finish their page for the day. I teach 4K and they are easily able to keep track of their pages, and if for some reason they fall off or get lost in our bucket of journals I just give them a new one. I tried using binder clips as page markers but my little kiddos had a hard time making them work, maybe the K5'ers would be able to use though or even an oversized paper clip to mark their page. Thanks again for the good ideas.

ReplyDeleteLove it! Post-its are the BEST! I agree, I think binder clips would be a challenge. One teacher I know shows the kids how to fold the page over to mark their last page used.

DeleteLoving those journals. What a great idea to bundle it :) Thanks for the chance to win such a great pack.

ReplyDeleteHeidi

My (Not So) Elementary Lifemynotsoelementarylife@yahoo.com

Hi, Deedee! Love those journals!

ReplyDeletepattib203@yahoo.com

These look wonderful! Super cute!

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msyoshida@yahoo.com

These are fantastic!! I really hope I win them because I am dying to do something like this in my classroom. If I don't win, I am definitely buying it! How many prompts are there? Enough to do one each day? These would be great to print on labels and then the kids could just stick it right into their journal without having to get the glue out!

ReplyDeleteHi Ashley,

DeleteSorry you did not win... but there are enough for each day. I created 25 prompts for each month. I print them all on regular copy paper (because I am cheap and they are not really formatted for labels). Then I pick the ones I want to use. We don't use them all in a month, but I try to spiral them back around so the students continue to review previous skills taught. I hope that helps!

Thanks for sharing the preview with us.

ReplyDeleteLove these journals!

ReplyDeleteAwesome! I need to do something like this with my first graders. The freebie sample looks great!

ReplyDeleteStephany

primarypossibilities.blogspot.com

I would love to use these journals in my classroom. Thank you for the opportunity to win them!!

ReplyDeleteKari :)

What a fabulous giveaway!

ReplyDeleteErica

Sprinkles to Kindergarten

erica_crowder0612@yahoo.com

Oooohhh, I love your math journals! I hope I win this one! :)

ReplyDelete~Jen

Jen's Kinder Kids

I would love to win the Math journals!

ReplyDeleteTeresa

tmburgess@roaneschools.com

This looks like a great daily activity!

ReplyDeleteThanks for the freebie!

ReplyDeletelindaandrews@bellsouth.net

I wanted to do this last but it was hit or miss. This would be great!

ReplyDeleteMandmyoung@chartermi.net

I've been reading about Math Journals since I've been following your blog. I'm trying to arrange a time that we can include them this year. This would make getting started so much easier.

ReplyDeleteDonna

darryl40w@att.net

I would love to use these in my classroom!

ReplyDeleteElizabeth

Epodolski@arcsgalloway.org

Awesome giveaway! Fingers are crossed! :o)

ReplyDeleteCindy

ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

Thanks for the chance to win!

ReplyDeleteAshley

arclark2012@gmail.com

I follow your blog...thanks for the ideas and inspiration! I love the way you do these math journals. Thanks for the chance to win and the freebie!

ReplyDeleteMichelle

mcoop1125@gmail.com

Your journal prompts are so motivational to me to make sure I keep them up all year!!!! Thank you!

ReplyDeleterachaelrsterling@yahoo.com

Great giveaway!

ReplyDeleteYour math journals look spectacular!! :0)

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ReplyDeleteThanks for the giveaway. Thanks for all your hard work.

ReplyDeleteJodi

junebutterfly78@yahoo.com

Love your blog. Thanks for the freebie.

ReplyDeleteLove, love, love these math journal prompts. Can't way to use them with my class. Thanks for the giveaway and for sharing your great ideas.

ReplyDeleteCarol T.

carolt1954@gmail.com

I had all of these on my wishlist & am so excited to see them bundled! Thank you!

ReplyDeleteMelissa M.

melmil831@gmail.com

Just entered and left you a note on rafflecopter. Hope you see those. Hope I win! You always give me such great ideas for my kiddos and I would love to start this with my new bunch in August! Thanks for sharing your hard work.

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jdgarr@pacbell.net

Hi!

ReplyDeleteThis would be amazing to win. Thank you for bundling them for us!

Kris

Krissye@hotmail.com

OMG! You are amazing! Thank you for creating the bundle of math journal prompts. Even if I do not win the giveaway, I am putting the packet on my tpt wishlist immediately!!! You're the best!

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apfister711@hotmail.com

Hi! Thanks for the giveaway.

ReplyDeleteI cannot wait to use these in my classroom. :) Thanks!

ReplyDeleteFingers are crossed!!! Those are fantastic!

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☞Go NuTTY with ME!

misssquirrels@yahoo.com

You are so awesome, I can hardly stand it!

ReplyDelete✰ Kimberley ✰

First in Maine

Hi, Thanks for the opportunity.

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Hoping to win! Love these!

ReplyDeleteMelissa

These look awesome.

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I'm so excited!! I hope I win!! Thank you so much for the freebie and the chance to win!!

ReplyDeleteSheila

cockerill7@gmail.com

Thanks for the opportunity to win this wonderful pack of math journals!! YIPPEE! ~Tracy

ReplyDeleteI would love to win these!

ReplyDeleteAbbey hutch @ bex . net (without spaces)

I follow your blog and love your ideas. Thanks for giving us a chance for winning this.

ReplyDeleteMegan

mhorman@north-cedar.k12.ia.us

This is fabulous Deedee but I just bought them all seperately not too long ago. :( Bummed I couldn't save some money!!

ReplyDeleteAlicia

Alica... Please email me! owens65066@gmail.com

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I love following your blog and all the ideas! Thanks for the chance to win!

ReplyDeleteDiane

didifang@aol.com

I follow your blog!!

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These are awesome!

ReplyDeleteTara

taradc87@hotmail.com

These look great! Thanks for always sharing!

ReplyDeleteLove the student samples!:)

ReplyDeleteI love the math journals. I did this years ago when I taught Transitional First. You have inspired me to do them again.

ReplyDeleteTina

khaddington@cox.net

I have been looking for new math journal ideas and these would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win them!

ReplyDeleteAbby

aetuckner@gmail.com

Great idea!

ReplyDeleteKelly

nelsonk@rcs.k12.tn.us

I cannot figure out the rafflecopter...can you tell this is my first time to enter a blog drawing? LOL

ReplyDeleteAnyway - this looks fantastic! I've taught K for the last 4 years, and this fall I'll be moving to first grade. Even with the move, I can still see the value in these daily math journals! Thanks for sharing and offering a giveaway!

Hi!!!!! What a great opportunity....Hope I am the lucky one!!

ReplyDeleteThank you for the chance!

HI!!! I was just talking to my parent volunteer at the end of the school year saying that I wanted to start something like this and have her start helping out right away at the beginning of the year so she can start putting the journals together somehow!! This would be a perfect thing to do!! :)

ReplyDeleteHi Stephanie,

DeleteSorry you did not win, but these are super easy to set up. Just glue the cover to a spiral notebook and you are done! The students glue their own prompt in as you go.

Thank you!!! I will be trying these out... :)

DeleteAm I too late!?? Thanks for bundling them! They are now in my cart :)

ReplyDeletesarachrobot@hotmail.com

Sorry Sara :-(

DeleteHOW DID I MISS THIS? I guess by spending lots of time with my family...Good thing! I'm very interested in buying the set...Is it good for first grade?

ReplyDeleteJenny

Owl Things First

Hi Jenny, I have a lot of 1st grade teachers who say they like my journals, but I really had kindergarten in mind when I made them. I know that Anna Brantley (1st grade) has some that are set up the same way. She has bundled them too. I hear they are wonderful. How about you email me? owens65066@gmail.com

DeleteI agree...HOW DID I MISS THIS? Yesterday was our church/family day, and I agreed not to get distracted by the computer. What a bummer I missed this...I've been considering this purchase. I used them last year, and the kids loved journaling for Math! Have a great summer!

ReplyDeleteI nominated you for One Lovely Blog Award because I think your blog is....lovely!

ReplyDeleteJenny

Owl Things First

OMG!!! I love your math journals!!! I have been reticent about creating them for kinders because I could not figure out how to do it without making a million copies. I am going to add them to my wishlist right now!

ReplyDeleteOne question though...did you use spiral notebooks or composition notebooks?