Sunday, March 7, 2010

Ring-O-Links Giveaway

Last week when I was unpacking that huge box of goodies I realized that Educator's Outlet had accidentally sent me 2 of the Ring-O- Links. When I called the company to tell them my problem, they explained that they had not charged me for the extra set, told me I could keep it and do with them what ever I wanted with it.  Soooo, I thought it would be a fun little idea to offer it to one of you.




If you would like a chance to win a set of Ring-O-Links 1)You Must Publicly Follow Living Sola Gratia and 2) Leave me a comment about your favorite hands on math activity, 3) Be a US Resident.  I will run the contest until 3/14/10. Please be sure to include your email so that I can contact you.

16 comments:

BKEEFE98 said...

Just making sure comments can be left ; )

Cariann said...

We love our Math-U-See blocks for Math but also recently found "SMATH" a hands on scrabble like Math game that is a ton of Math fun.

Holly said...

I love soo many...umm I like Al Abacus from RS math...I love cooking and working on things like fractions...I love going to the grocery store with my son and having him help weigh produce...or doing simple math with how much things cost...OR playing store...at home...we also like working on counting and stuff with some sort of active thing...like throw a ball x number of times...show 3+2 by jumping etc. I know you said favorite...but how can I pick a favorite?!? They are all soo much fun... ;) Hopefully this gives some people some fun hands on ideas...

Holly said...

I also am now following your blog ;) thanks for the giveaway!!!

Jenni / Jennifer Saake a.k.a. InfertilityMom said...

We are a My Father's World family using MathUSee. Our favorite math activity with our 4-year-old is playing with the talking cash register he got for his birthday. He's starting to learn to identify coins and their values and enjoys the games and quizzes the register prompts him to play.

jsaake AT yahoo DOT com

P.S. Just started following your blog. Please feel free to visit mine to - I have several to choose from. ;)

Victoria said...

A couple of neat things we found this year for hands-on math are the Magnetic Mighty Mind shapes for ages 3-8. Also, I like the "Telling the Time" wipe-clean flashcards from Usborne Farmyard Tales.

Isabel said...

We're using the Lauri Number puzzles peg board (something like that) lately and my little ones love it. We're getting ready to purchase Right Start Math so I'm really looking forward to that. We use MFW too (Kinder and Adventures)
Thanks for the giveaway :) I follow your blog too.
Isabel

Theresa said...

Hi! Just found you =] I am following and we like linking cubes.

Sara @ Embracing Destiny said...

Your blog is great! Fun ideas. I'm following now.

We would love to win these. We really don't have a whole lot of fun math activities as we've focused on reading and lapbooks. We have used free file folder games, board/card games, and lots of real-life cooking/baking.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Sara @ Embracing Destiny said...

Forgot to leave my email:

livinghope at twcny dot rr dot com

E- said...

What a great giveaway! I subscribed to your blog. We like the Sir Cumference math stories, file folder math games and lacing beads. ~Erika

j-esoloj at comcast dot net

Anonymous said...

Hello from the workbox group. Love your blog! Our favorite math activity right now is Smath.

Warmly,
Kristina
johnsonfamily4 at charter.net

Shaie said...

Hi! Thanks for letting us (workbox group) know about your blog and giveaway!! I'm looking forward to checking out your blog, I'm now following. I would really love to win these links, I have a couple of ideas of extra things I've been wanting to do with these if I ever got the chance to buy them.

We are using Right Start math as well. We LOVE the many math games (mostly card games) they have! My kids absolute enjoy playing with math.

Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

Hi! I just found your blog, I am now a follower. My daughter likes to play math games with her counting bears.

Thanks!

Colleen
writer4hire88@yahoo.com

Rachel said...

Hi! Thanks for sharing about your giveaway in the workbox group. I'm following you now and I live in the US. :)

We use Math-u-see (which my youngest LOVES to play with the blocks)but for fun my oldest likes to use the flash action software games for addition and subtraction games and Timez Attack game for multiplication.

Thanks for a chance to win!

Blessings,
Rachel :)

Mrs. Mandy said...

Legos! What you say, well I love the idea of ten blocks and such but found by naming the different sized legos different place values my boys took to them well and have enjoyed making creations and telling me how much it is "worth". And they are free already had so many!!!!

Amanda amanda.bowen31@yahoo.com

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