Max Out on Prizes: Win a 1-Year MobyMax Classroom Subscription

Have you seen MobyMax? The site helps you to find and fix gaps in students’ knowledge in language arts, math, science, and social studies. Plus there are whiteboard activities, games and badges, printable worksheets, assessments, and a parent portal. Wow!

Try it free right now. Plus post a comment to this blog to let us know what skill your students need the most help with. One lucky teacher will be randomly selected to win a one-year Unlimited Teacher Pro license–no strings attached! Submit your comment by 11:59 pm EDT on October 24, 2017. Then watch your email to see if you’re our lucky winner.

Looking for a few more freebies and great deals? Here you go!

 

 

Free poster! Order your free 3 Branches of Government poster to help students see how our government is structured. Get it here.

 

 

 

Want to learn more about dyslexia? Attend a free online summit this Thursday for teachers and parents. Sponsored by Reading Horizons, the event is designed to share strategies and tools to help every student do their best. Register here and earn certificates for professional development, too.

 

 

Stock up on Wikki Stix! Right now there’s $2 flat rate shipping on any order. Check out the ideas for using this versatile manipulative for crafts, activities, prize boxes, and Halloween treats. Click here.

 

 

I’m off in search of more fun stuff for you. Have a good week!

Karen

PS: There’s still time to enter Diane’s super-awesome First Friday giveaway. Click here.


23 thoughts on “Max Out on Prizes: Win a 1-Year MobyMax Classroom Subscription

  1. My students in special education always need review on foundational skills in both Math and Language Arts. I’m not sure how that would work with Moby Max but it would be awesome to weave that into our daily lessons!

    Thanks!

  2. My students often struggle with responding to what they have read – they can usually give a good oral retell of the story, however, when they have to summarize, write about the beginning, middle, and end, or other such skills, they struggle when writing paragraphs with smooth transitions and giving specific details. I would love to model more writing for them during our mini lessons and shared writing experiences.

  3. My students struggle the most with basic math skills…errors in these areas cause a great deal of frustration in all areas of math.

  4. My students are severely lacking in self-advocacy. It seems to me that I have more students than ever losing their independence, and decision making ability.

  5. My students need the most help with reading fluency and comprehension. It seems there are many apps and programs for math facts, but no near as many for language arts.

  6. My students also struggle with retaining basic English and math skills.
    I believe this would be a fun way to incorporate a little more independent practic for them.

  7. My 4th and 5th grade students struggle with comprehension skills, fluency, and sometimes reading interest. In math, they struggle with basic skills and place value.

  8. Being a speech Language pathologist, I have many grades and mixes together, most of whom need literacy and language arts skills. This would be great! Thanks for the opportunity to win! 🙂

    Happy Fall!
    Rebecca

  9. As the only Title I Teacher in my building, I work with K-6th grades so the skill that my students are needing the most help with varies depending on which classroom and subject I am assisting at the moment. I would love to win this subscription.

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