Saturday, January 25, 2014

WTC Bundle of the Month Club


In 2013, I made SO many Watch, Think, Color games that I started selling them in bundles.  I noticed that some teachers were buying bundle after after bundle.

Not familiar with Watch, Think, Color games?  Here is the rundown - use your projector to show numbers in a variety of ways.  Kids WATCH the board, THINK of the number, and COLOR it on a chart at their seat.  When they are finished, they have made a picture.  These games keep kids engaged and focused for about 20 minutes.  Teachers across the country tell me that their classes have never been as quiet as they are when they use these games.  The best part is that they run themselves.  You can grade some papers, work with small groups, test students one-on-one, WHATEVER you need to do!  WTC is always on my lesson plans.

I want you to be able to make WTC games part of your routine without going broke.  I had the best idea for 2014- Watch, Think, Color Bundle of the Month!!!  Every month, I will feature a new bundle for only $5 all month long.  This month's bundle is inspired by popular video games.

All designs in the Video Game Bundle are available in:

  • Number Sense to 120
  • Expanded Notation
  • Rounding
  • Multiplication Practice
  • Division Practice
  • Counting Coins
All these games are only $5!  Even more skills will be added to this growing bundle!  Whenever new skills are added, you can download the latest additions from TpT.

February's featured bundle will be the Patriotic Bundle.  Just in time for President's Day!  You get Lincoln, Washington, an American Flag, USA, and a Veteran.  Each design comes in a variety of math skills.  You can choose what your kids need to work on.  It will be just $5 the entire month of February!  Enter to win a FREE bundle!
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You might also like my Valentine's Day Bundle.  This set is really fun because there are worksheets that turn your finished games into valentine cards to give away.  They are SUPER cute!









Thanks for stopping by and good luck in the raffle! :) 



11 comments:

jgmund said...

I teach special ed., grades K - 5. I love watching my students grasp new concepts. That's one of the many reasons I am a fan of your great resource. It allows me to personalize the skill with a particular student, matching skill deficits with activities. The students absolutely LOVE doing them. One of the times during math class they don't complain!!! Thanks for this amazing resource that is fun AND motivating for ALL students!

Lori Smith said...

My 2nd Graders and I LOVE the WTC bundes! They always want to figure out what the picture is, and they get great practice with math skills!

Lori
The Reinspired Teacher

Melissa D said...

Love the WTC idea! Found you through a classmate in a continuing education class. I teach 3rd/4th, so I'm most interested in the multiplication and division practice. I wonder if there's any way to incorporate fraction practice into these games??? Great products and lots of FUN!!!!

Vicki Cook said...

Love your WTC bundles. I appreciate that you make a bundle on sale each month!! My kids BEG me to do these :)

Vicki Cook said...

I teach second grade and I love all the parental support I have this year! My parents are willing to do whatever it takes to help their second grader succeed!! Makes a big difference.

stephanieb said...

I teach 3rd grade and I love the sense of humor my students have this year. They are seriously the funniest class I've had!

Alex Paterson said...

I will have Year 1 this year. Sorry I can't tell you what I love yet as I will meet them fr the first time this Tuesday. But I'm sure there will be lots to love!

Alex

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Nancy Taylor-Davis said...

I tried your New Year's WTC with my students and they are hooked! Thank you for creating such an engaging, fun way to review numbers and place value!
Nancy
Fun Times in First

Shawn Withers said...

Can't wait to share this with my first graders! They are enthusiastic about learning and this should be a wonderful activity to challange them! Soooo very excited!

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