(Almost) All The Resources You Could Ever Want. Ever.
By Mary Montero
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I get a lot of different requests for new resources, but the requests that I get the most are for BUNDLES! I can’t count the number of times someone has asked me if I have an entire bundle of all of my math task cards or all of my math projects. So, for the past 24 hours, I have hunkered down and created THREE more ULTIMATE bundles of task cards and math resources! Since it can be a little bit difficult to navigate and make sure you don’t get any duplicates, here’s a quick guide to my math and reading bundles, so that you can easily figure out what to purchase without getting duplicates.
The Ultimate Math Resource Wish List
If you are ONLY interested in math projects, you now have two options for purchasing.
There is absolutely no overlap between these two bundles, and when you buy both, you will be the proud new owner of 19 different math projects to last you throughout the entire year. If I create more math projects in the future, I will also add them to these bundles for free.
My 8 SEASONAL Math Projects are based around a specific time of year and they typically cover many different math skills.
My 11 CONCEPT-BASED Math Projects are based around a specific skill or concept taught in math.
If you are interested in purchasing the vast majority of math task cards in my store, you now have one option for purchasing over 2,000 math task cards (YES! 2,000!).
This bundle includes 7 of my task card bundles PLUS 9 Additional Sets of task cards that are not in any other bundles. Seriously, consider yours math centers PLANNED!
There are some task cards that are NOT included in the above bundle, and that’s because they appear in Resource bundles, and not task card bundles. My Resource Bundles usually include my error analysis tasks, the math project for the concept, and some task cards or other activities to completely supplement your units. I bundled all of those Resource Bundles together, too.
Now, here’s where it gets a little bit tricky to make sure you aren’t overlapping. You can buy these two bundles (the Math Resources Bundle and the Math Task Cards Bundle) and have absolutely NO overlap in resources. However, since the Math Resource bundles include the math projects, you do NOT want to purchase the Concept-Based Math Projects as well. The only Concept-Based Math Projects that are not included in this bundle are the Addition & Subtraction Math Project, Geometry & Measurement Math Project, and Graphing & Data Math Project. At $3.50 each, it is a better deal to buy those three projects individually and the Bundle of all Math Resources Bundle. Got it? Tricky, right!? 🙂
In a world where you want to own almost every single math resource I have created, here is your ultimate wish list:
The Bundle of all Math Resources Bundles
The Bundle of all Math Task Card Bundles
Seasonal Math Projects Bundle
Addition & Subtraction Project
Geometry & Measurement Project
Graphing & Data Project
The Ultimate Reading Resource Wish List
Luckily, my reading bundles are a little bit easier to navigate! If you want to purchase MOST of my concept-based Reading Task Cards (Over 1,000 task cards), here’s what you should purchase.
This Bundle of all Bundles is a fairly comprehensive set of all of my reading task cards!
I have three more bundles of Reading Task Cards that are NOT included in this bundle.
They are all FULL YEAR bundles.
I use these seasonal cards for early finishers and monthly in my centers. I love to add some seasonal flair to our routines!
In a world where you want to own almost every single reading task card I have created, here is your ultimate wish list:
The Bundle of all Bundles
Monthly Reading Skills Task Cards
A Full Year of Inference Task Cards
A Full Year of Oral Reading Fluency Task Cards
Believe it or not, this isn’t even close to all of my resources, but I’ll stop there for now! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to leave a comment or shoot me an email. I’m happy to answer any questions. Happy teaching!
I’m so glad you are here. I’m a current gifted and talented teacher in a small town in Colorado, and I’ve been in education since 2009. My passion (other than my family and cookies) is for making teachers’ lives easier and classrooms more engaging.