3's a WINNER GIVE AWAY!

I was just looking at all of the great Math Games on Teacher's Notebook and decided I would try to put a couple of my favorites into smartboard lessons for this coming school year.  I love the game 3's a Winner.  We learned this simple math game at a workshop last year and it is a favorite of my students.  It is great to put into centers once they learn how to play.  They basic set up is number sense from 1-10.  I like the fact that it is easily adapted to meet all learning levels. With a few tweaks you can do multiplication, subtraction, division and I am sure tons more.  You could even use it with letters before and after.  

Once you introduce this rules students can play without much support from you.  I always introduce this as our first math game at the beginning of the year. I made a demo using the page recorder in SMART Notebook so that I could easily introduce the game.  I also added a copy of the board that can be printed out and made into hands on gameboards.  
You can find this game on Teacher's Notebook but for my wonderful followers.  I am giving away a free copy to the first 3 people that leave a comment on this post.  

Happy ADDING!

9 comments

  1. I would love to have a copy.
    http://lollipopsandfairytales.blogspot.com/

    geritameade@gmail.com

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  2. This would be great. I love my SmartBoard.

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  3. Oh, just saw the other poster left an email address. Do you need to leave it here? marmour66(at)sympatico(dot)ca

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  4. I would love to use this in my classroom! I'm always looking for new SmartBoard ideas! :)

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  5. Oops, I forgot to leave my email too!
    lellington@gmail.com

    Thanks :)

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  6. Wonderful idea! Would love to have a copy too! Thanks for all that you share! :)

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  7. I would love a copy - love your ideas! kthrower@waynesboro.k12.va.us

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  8. I love your ideas. I would love to win a copy of your game.

    Cindy
    CL14Mentor@oh.rr.com

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  9. Have you heard of Hooda Math Games yet? at HoodaMath.com, Check out their featured math games at http://hm.gs/

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Extra, extra tell Mrs. Schroeder about it!