I am holding a giveaway for one of Dinah Zike's books (out-of-print, I believe...used but in great condition) called

Four ways to enter. You need to post a comment for each entry.

1. Please comment, sharing how you use (or want to use) paper folding, mini books, hands-on learning in math.

2. Enter a second time if you are a follower of love2learn2day.

3. Tell about my giveaway on your blog and link back to here.

4. Enter again if you contribute to this week's Math Monday Blog Hop. :)

U.S. Shipping only. Be sure to leave contact information in case you're the winner. (jane doe at gmail dot com) I'll announce the winner at next week's Math Monday Blog Hop.

*Cross-Curricular Classrooms Thematic Manipulatives: Fractions & Measurement*. This is a "series of illustrated manipulatives." It mentions using them in conjunction with Zike's*Big Book of Books*, but if you're into lapbooking or fold-it books, you already know how. Blacklines are included in the book for publishing centers. Making a layered book with fractional parts. A trifold pizza book. Question and answer books for fractions. Pop-up book pictures...and lots more. Basically gives you all kinds of blacklines to make hands-on paper visuals (think lapbooking) while studying fractions & measurement.Four ways to enter. You need to post a comment for each entry.

1. Please comment, sharing how you use (or want to use) paper folding, mini books, hands-on learning in math.

2. Enter a second time if you are a follower of love2learn2day.

3. Tell about my giveaway on your blog and link back to here.

4. Enter again if you contribute to this week's Math Monday Blog Hop. :)

U.S. Shipping only. Be sure to leave contact information in case you're the winner. (jane doe at gmail dot com) I'll announce the winner at next week's Math Monday Blog Hop.

*Also, if you want to join in on the Curriculum Clean-Out, you can post something on your own blog to give away OR you can enter contests on a whole host of blogs to win items that others are giving away. Link-up at Homeschool Creations. I won a couple neat things last year! You do not have to host a giveaway to enter other contests.

Thanks for the chance to win. Our kids love file folder games right now and I want to try lapbooking next year.

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I would love this for my hands-on kids! Anything that involves hands-on learning helps math stick.

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I just started really experimenting with foldables and flipbooks this year and my kids LOVE it! So far we've used them in reading, science, and math. I love Dinah Zike!

ReplyDeleteWe will be homeschooling for the first time this fall! I have heard so much about lapbooking and making mini-books, I would love to try this! Thanks for the opportunity!

ReplyDeleteI love using hands on activites with my son this looks like it would be a fun addition to our studies.

ReplyDeleteI love using hands on activities with my kiddos! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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ReplyDeleteThis sounds like something my daughter would really love! We love file folder games but I have never thought about mini-books or paper folding for math. It would be great to win this!

ReplyDeleteI love using foldables with my kids in math and science! We glue them into our math notebooks for safe keeping. :)

ReplyDeleteThis is our first year of homeschooling, and we've just started creating lapbooks for a couple of books we've read. Would love to apply that concept to math ... our girls love it!

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I'd love to give this a try with my son. He hates to just sit and listen or sit and write, so things that are more hands on are definitely more his speed! heyjade[at]gmail

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ReplyDeleteI have been making lapbooks for social studies and science. I would like to start using them in math too!

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ReplyDeleteMy son loves books and is so proud when he sits and reads them. He has so much fun learning from hands on activities.

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I would love to win this - thank you for the opportunity! sarahrolston@gmail.com

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ReplyDeleteI'd love to be entered, my kids really enjoy making lapbooks. Thanks!

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We've done a few lapbooks and also use a lot of file folder games!

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I love making lapbooks and I think math manipulatives are so helpful to understanding math concepts. I would use them with my youngest 5 or 6 kids. penneymaried @ yahoo . com.

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I think it is great to have ideas to show the math instead of just theorizing. I think it will make it much easier for my little ones to grasp the concept!

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I am going to be starting homeschool with my 4 and 5 yr old in the fall. I really want to use the lapbooks because I like how hands on they are and how they can practice organizing, gluing cutting, folding etc. Not too sure what the file folder games are?, but would love to know kbalman@gmail.com

ReplyDeleteWe have done lapbooks or other self-made books throughout our learning adventures (5+ years). My children are 4th grade and younger and would love to make math (lap)books. Thanks for doing this giveaway.

ReplyDeleteI have been a subscriber of your blog ever since I joined the living math yahoo group. I love how fun and easy (and effective) your ideas are.

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My son loves games, but I've never tried any mini-books or lapbooks. I'd love to try. Please enter me to win.

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ReplyDeleteThank you for the opportunity to try to win this book. My girls love file folder games and I want to try lapbooking. This would be great!

ReplyDeleteWe are pretty new to lapbooking. We've never really applied lapbooking to math; would love to get some ideas from the book!

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