Friday, April 5, 2013

There's a (Freebie) Party going on at TBA!

Teaching Blog Addict will always have a special place in my heart. What A WONDERFUL group of people! To me, meeting Tamara and Leslie was like meeting movie stars and they are truly among the best blog buddies you could hope for! I was also able to connect with a wonderful group of teacher-authors and I learned so much from so many of them (and I laughed a lot too!) I have always felt so honored to be associated such a great group of bloggers. My heart used to pound when I would see my bloggy button in the author section. So often, I would stop and wonder: How did I get HERE? Being involved with TBA really is a JOY!

Now it's your turn to head over to TBA because TBA is celebrating its second birthday.... and they have organized a birthday extravaganza PACKED with freebies!

There are so many awesome freebies, your printer could be kept running for weeks! (Now, if we could only teach that thing to do dishes and laundry!)

What am I giving away? I only have four products in my store (big time seller, I know!) and two are free!

Exponents are difficult for some kids to grasp. I find that my students still think that "five to second power" is ten and they routinely confused "cubed" and "squared." {big sigh}. This card game provides a little practice with exponents (cubed and squared)... and the cards are cute too! If you teach fourth, fifth or sixth grade, your kids might enjoy a little learning while they play.

Here is a picture of the cards in action. Fortunately, I washed this kid's desk first--or the picture would send you reaching for the Purell! I know that the cards look larger than life, but actually they fit in the palm of your hand. It also looks like the desk may have levitational powers as well, but that's not true either. Photography 101, I need you!

The cover of the item looks like this...
You can get this FREEBIE by clicking on the cover (above).

If you got here by way of TBA's party--or if you haven't been there yet--it's time to grab your party hat and GO! Click on the button below to get there... and have fun!


  1. Oh, year I'll be using these if I teach 6th grade math next year. I'll be using them this summer so that I CAN LEARN 6TH GRADE MATH. :)


  2. Just found your blog--I'm your newest follower!
    Thanks for the awesome Math ideas!!

  3. Kim,
    I think you're the coolest. Thanks for being such an awesome person and for being a fantastic part of the TBA team. I think someone needs to take your invention idea seriously.
    - Leslie


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