Blogger Product Swap



I am so excited!  Several bloggers joined together to swap products to review for each other.  I was fortunate enough to be partnered with Jessica from What I Have Learned.  We had not met (in person OR in cyberspace) yet, but we are both from California and I loved getting to know her.

The product I chose to review was her 2nd Grade Cut and Paste Math Activities.  Not only did the “cut and paste” intrigue me, but the fact that it covers EVERY 2nd grade standard was impressive!  I was not disappointed!  The sheets are engaging, grade appropriate, and FUN!  

Here are a few of the (many) pages from her pack.  

And, the products are SUPER easy to use!  Here is how we did it:
1.  Cut the “pieces” off in a straight line so there aren’t any straggling edges on the bottom.
2.  Cut each piece out so we could see our choices.
3.  Place the pieces where we thought they should go.
4.  Once we were sure, we glued them in place!

I could see these being used in math centers, as assessments, or even to use with a sub.  And, if you have kids who lose pieces easily, it isn’t a big deal.  There is plenty of space to write the numbers in yourself and several pages have “extra” pieces anyway (this was a relief to my son who is a perfectionist and was worried about losing pieces!).  

Good News!!!  Jessica has a FREE sampler of this product so you can see just how it works!  Click {HERE} to find the freebie from her store.  She also has this product available for other grade levels, so check out her store while you are there!
And, even better news!!!  Jessica has given me permission to give away a copy of her Fabulous product!  Be sure to enter below.  And, be sure to check out the OTHER great products (and enter some other giveaways!).  

Until next time,
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

Leave a Reply to Cara Taylor Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

CommentLuv badge