28 March 2014

Celebratine 900+ Votes Freebie #5 - Multiples Tic-Tac-Toe - PPT Game

Here's freebie no. 5. Fourth grade meaning factors and multiples!

Just like regular Ti-Tac-Toe, only you have to answer the question right to get your X or O. This one is closer to Hollywood square because this game is true or false.

For each question, students must chooses true or false. There is a "check" for correct responses and an "x" for incorrect. The title helps you by telling which game mode you're in as well as which square you're in. There's even a picture to help you visually. 

 Clicking main menu will take you to the first slide (title page) and scoreboard takes you back to scoreboard. The blue square disappears, revealing an "x" and an "o". Click on the shape to place it.

That's all there is to it. You can play all three games or however you like. You don't have to go through the first to get the next game.

The game modes are divided in sections. Game 1: 1 - 4, Game 2: 5 - 8, and Game 3: 9 - 12. The How to Use" button gives you directions on how to use this game.
Enjoy this Freebie!
Get this game here:
Tomorrow: 5th Grade
It's a secret!
All I can say is it's something you've never seen from PPT Gaming!
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27 March 2014

Celebrating 900+ Votes Freebie #4 - 3rd Grade

3rd Grade! Here we go!
The game I made for 3rd grade is a multiplication jeopardy game. Since "Jeopardy" is copyrighted, I had to name it "Multiplication Review Game".


Since multiplication is a big part of 3rd grade and I haven't made a jeopardy game solely for multiplication. There are 6 categories.

The amounts disappear as they are clicked on so you don't have worry if you have used it or not. Scores can be typed in on the key board too! (All in Slideshow mode!)
The questions simple enough. It's almost like a huge flash card, except that you don't have to hold that huge stack of cards.

It even comes with a final question, which is beyond what the students should have to know, though that's what makes it fun (and makes them think/work harder)

I created the backgrounds and graphics. The fonts. however, came from kevinandamanda.com.fonts. They have a wide variety of fonts and I mostly use their fonts for worksheets, but this time, I used it in a ppt game.

Don't forget to download and leave some feedback!
Get it here:
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Multiples Tic-Tac-Toe PPT Game

Class dimissed!

26 March 2014

Celebrating 900+ Votes - Freebie #3 - 2nd Grade

Day 3 - 2nd grade! Here we go! The game I made is a powerpoint bingo game: Expanded Form Bingo.

This game has students covering numbers that are in standard form. In the powerpoint they are given the expanded form of the number.

There are 30 unique bingo cards. No two cards are alike. There are 2 cards per sheet. All you have to do it cut it half.
There is even some blank cards, just in case you want to make your own game.
There is a call sheet for you so that you can mark the numbers as they are called.

The scoreboard itself has all the questions. You can choose where to start. The numbers aren't in order so even if you decided to start with question 1, the answer won't be like 168. I think the first number is 794.


There aren't that many graphics, though I did create the background and border. Enjoy the freebie!
Get it here:
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Multiplication Review Game(Jeopardy)
Class Dismissed!

25 March 2014

Celebrating 900+ Votes Freebie #2 - 1st Grade

Let's get the ball rolling! My second freebie is for 1st grade.

1st Grade - What's Missing

Similar to Teacher vs. Student in questions. There are 20 questions. This time, there can be up to 3 teams. Like always, scores can be typed in during slideshow mode.
There are 3 question types: (1) first missing addend, (2) second missing addend, and (3) the answer. Students must figure out what the missing number is. Includes swivel animations when you click on answer.


Great for review, or even just to introduce the concept. Common core aligned aw always and free!


The clip art comes from Ashley Hughes. It was part of her own Celebration and it's free. Still wanna give her some credit.  I created the background and the fonts came from Techy Teacher and Lovin' Lit.
 Get this freebie here: What's Missing PPT Game
Expanded Form Bingo
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24 March 2014

Celebrating 900+ Votes - Freebie #1 - Kindergarten

To celebrate 900+votes, I'm creating 6 powerpoint forever freebies for my store. Each day I will post them via TPT, Facebook, and my blog. They will be free forever! Here's an explanation of the first:

Kindergarten - Adding within 5.
This game covers K.OA.5 which is fluently adding or subtracting within 5.
This game is a Teacher vs. Students game. If you don't know what it is or have never tried it, I think you should. It's lots of fun! My students love it. Basically, students answer the questions. If they get the question correct, they get the points. I usually leave the amount of points per questions up to the teacher. I usually do 5 points per question. If the students get it wrong, the teacher gets the points. Believe me when I saw sometimes the students get the wrong answer.

There are 20 questions in this game. There is a type in scoreboard that can be used WHILE in slideshow mode. The question circles disappear after you click on them. This way, you don't have to worry about whether or not you have answered it.

Each questions look like this. There are animations on each page. Students simply click on the answer they believe is correct.

If correct, a green check mark will appeared and the flower will reappear in the equation. If incorrect, the flower will disappear and a red "x" will appear. It is then that the teacher can click on the correct answer.
I can't take all the credit. The beautiful flower clip art came from Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah designs, which I have completely falling in love with. I created the background myself. Enjoy this wonderful freebie!
Get it here:
1st Grade - What's Missing!
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Class dismissed!

16 March 2014

Winners of my 300 FB Giveaway!

Thank you all who entered my giveaway. A special thanks to all the TPT Sellers who contributed to the giveaway. It wouldn't have  been so successful without your help. And now without further ado, here are the 3 winners of the giveaway!

I'll be contacting you to confirm your email and send you your prizes! Thanks again everyone for entering!

09 March 2014

Celebrating 300 Likes on Facebook Give Away!

It's finally here! I've reached 300+ likes on Facebook. To celebrate, I'm giving away 50 TPT products. Enter today to win. Enter now through March 14! Take a look at the sellers who donated and their wonderful goodies they have to offer!

Good Luck!

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03 March 2014

Milestone Celebrations and Negative Feedback

I haven't posted in a while, but I've been working on powerpoint games, Spring Bundles, and Easter worksheets. I'd thought I'd up date you on a few things.


Milestone Celebrations

During the month of February, I hit so many milestones at once, I had to figure out what I wanted to do. I finally figured out what I wanted to do. Here's the list of things to come:

March 5 - 8: Accepting Donations for 300 Giveaway

March 7- 9 Monthly Sale

March 15 -16: Celebrating 100 Followers on TPT - Buy One Get One Free Sale

March 10-14 - 300 Facebook Likes Giveaway (featuring K-2 products, 3-5 products, and Clip Art) hosted on my blog.

March 24 -28 Celebrating 800+ Rating on TPT - Five Forever-Free Powerpoints (One grade per Day) announced on Facebook each day

Check back on Facebook for updates.

I will be taking donations for my giveaway. Check the TPT forum for my donation giveaway or click here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pgqDJdMUaqgDT0YTDYYBTUnfwJmg3UqV4C3X0QvvI9o/viewform

Negative Feedback

Usually, I don't take negative feedback personally. If something is wrong with my product, tell me right away! Don't wait several weeks, perhaps months before mentioning it to me, especially if you rate me low for it and ALL my other ratings are 4.0's.

I received a rating of a 2.1 because a buyer mentions several mistakes in it. When I first saw it I nodded and said ok. I responded back, giving my email so the buyer could let me know the mistakes I made and correct them. I would hope they would email me the mistake I made so that I could fixed them and compensate them for the effort.

I had someone purchase a different item and tell me there was a mistake in it. I appreciated the fact that she mentioned it to me first in the Q&A section instead on the rating section. She was a seller too and hoped I was not offended. Of course I wasn't. I was happy and appreciated the fact the she let me know. As sellers, we try to be perfect in the products we create, but we're not.

What do you think? Am I taking it too personally or do I have a right to vent a little?

Class Dismissed.


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