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T-Minus Twenty

T-Minus twenty days.

Including today there are twenty days of school left in the 2016-2017 school year. The need for a break in the action is showing on students and teachers alike.

Yesterday I was sitting at my desk during my prep period, trying to muster up enough energy to grade some papers that had been piling up and looking for a little motivation to keep me going. During this moment of soul-searching my gaze found the small posters of math quotes that I asked my students to make the first day of the trimester.

The assignment I had given the students that day was to find one positive math quote that spoke to them. Something that they could hold onto this trimester and look at when they needed a little inspiration. I had read through all of them when they turned them in and then hung them on the wall, but I hadn’t really looked at them since that time.

Yesterday I realized just how glad I was to have students who took that assignment seriously and really looked for quotes that were math related, positive, and inspirational. I’m going to share some of my favorites with you because you might need a little math motivation too!

If you’re a teacher, a student, or a parent of a child in a math class I’m sure we can all use a little end of the year pick-me-up!

Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations, or algorithms. Its about understanding! - William Thurston

 

Even the hardest puzzles have a solution.

My students know that I value perseverance over a quickly achieved correct answer and seem to have embraced that as a norm.

Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out. - Robert Collier

 

Math is the most beautiful and most powerful creation of the human spirit.

Some days I wonder if they listen to anything I say, but then I see quotes like these and I know they’ve heard some of the things.

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used to create them. - Albert Einstein

 

A person who never made a mistake, never tried anything new. - Albert Einstein

Not all the quotes were specifically math related but they were all related to thinking, persevering, and learning from mistakes.

At the end of the year my students may not all know how to write a quadratic equation. They may not know how to find a linear regression formula to fit a scatter plot. They may not know how to find the height of a building using trigonometry. But, hopefully, at least most of them will know that math is more than just memorizing equations and getting right answers. I hope they leave my room with a little more confidence in their academic abilities. I hope they leave with a more positive outlook on math in general.

So here is my motivation for the last four weeks of the year:

All of my students deserve the best educational experience I can give them. My best might be different for each student. My best might be different depending on the day and how I feel. But I know I can’t take the easy route just because we’re all counting down the days. There is still teaching and learning to be had!

T-minus twenty days to (hopefully) reach one more kid. We have T-minus twenty days to try some new strategies. T-minus twenty days to make a difference in someone’s academic career.

T-minus twenty days. Let’s do this!


If my post or one of my students’ quotes inspired you or gave you a little motivation to finish strong this school year tell me about it in the comments!

If you’re still looking for that little push you need tell me that too! I love to hear from my readers!


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The Math Lovin’ Momma Reviews: Coffee Joulies

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The Math Lovin Momma Reviews: Coffee Joulies

Coffee Joulies


If you’re a coffee drinker and you’re as busy as I am I’m sure you’ve had many days where your coffee is cold by the time you get a chance to sit down and have a sip. I’ve tried multiple insulated travel mugs and they help, but sometimes that still isn’t enough.

Enter Coffee Joulies.

These little guys have been scientifically engineered to make coffee drinking a better experience, and as a little bit a nerd that is one of the biggest reasons I love them!

The Product

So now the all important question, what are Coffee Joulies?

Coffee Joulies are big stainless-steel encased coffee beans you put in your coffee when you pour your cup. They initially cool your coffee to a drinkable temperature in minutes (literally) and then keep it warm much longer than normal.
Tootsie Pop for scale!

Now my fellow nerds are wondering, ‘How does it work?’ Well let me tell you.

So, each Joulie contains something called phase change material. This material absorbs the heat from the coffee and then uses it to keep the temperature perfect for drinking by slowly releasing the heat back into your cup. This phase change material is non-toxic and edible, so it is safe to use in your cup ‘o Joe.

They’re shaped like coffee beans, but they can be used in any hot beverage. Even soup!

Use and Care

The creators of Coffee Joulies recommend one Joulie for every 4 ounces of coffee for maximum effectiveness.

Coffee Joulies are not dishwasher safe, but they are still easy to clean. Just a little hot soapy water after use and they’re good to go for next time!


My Thoughts

I love them!

I had some serious doubts about them when I opened the box. I mean, come on. Giant coffee beans that are somehow going to improve my coffee drinking experience. I was pretty happy with my current insulated travel mug and couldn’t really see how they could be any better.

Despite my doubts I couldn’t wait to try them.

So, the next day, literally, I got my coffee ready like usual but I put three Joulies into my insulated travel mug before I poured in the coffee. Usually my coffee is too hot to drink for at least 30 minutes if I close the lid of my mug, which I do because those 30 minutes usually include travel time to school. Because I had the Joulies in the mug and they were supposed to cool it to drinkable in minutes I had to test the claim. I waited five minutes and took a test sip…

Perfect. Maybe a touch on the warm side but definitely drinkable without burning my tongue.

That first day I also drank my coffee slower than usual so I could test the claim that it kept it warm longer. I got to school at 7:30, about half an hour after pouring my coffee, at 11:30 it was still very warm. I left a bit in my mug so I could test it again at the end of the school day. At 3:30 when I was packing to head home I gave my coffee a sip and it was still warm(ish). Definitely not hot anymore, not anywhere near perfect temperature but it was most assuredly not cold.

Ok, so pretty impressive but I still had my doubts. What about in a non-insulated mug? On the weekends and days I don’t have to teach I use a normal ceramic mug and my coffee quickly goes from drinkably warm to cold faster than I can drink it usually.

The next Saturday morning I got out my mug and two Joulies. (I have a big mug…) About two minutes after pouring the coffee was drinkable.I tested it at 15 minute intervals for the next hour and it was comfortably warm for at least the first half hour. The last half hour it seemed to cool more quickly but there was also less liquid in the mug and the Joulies were exposed to the air. I’m not a scientist but it seems reasonable to think that could cause them to cool more quickly.

Overall, I’m really happy with my set of Coffee Joulies and would recommend them to anyone who needs a better way to keep their coffee at the perfect drinkable temperature for longer!

An added bonus is that they’re made in the U.S., keeps your coffee hot and keeps our economy going!

Bonus!

The crew over at Coffee Joulies has decided to provide me with a set of Joulies to giveaway to one lucky winner! Click here to head over the giveaway page!

One reader will win a set of 5 Joulies!

Follow Coffee Joulies

To keep up with new releases and other news Coffee Joulies would love to have you visit their website and follow them on social media!

Website: https://www.joulies.com/
Twitter: @CoffeeJoulies
Facebook:
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Purchasing Info

A set of Coffee Joulies costs $59.95 and comes with five Joulies and a carrying pouch. They have free shipping in the US, but ship worldwide. If you live outside the US they will pay for $5.00 of your shipping fees.

P.S. They’re on sale right now for $47.96, that’s 20% off!!


Would you benefit from a set of Coffee Joulies?


Tell me what your favorite hot beverage is in the comments below.


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2017 Mother’s Day Giveaway Hop

2017 Mother's Day Giveaway Hop
 
Welcome to the 2017 Mother’s Day Giveaway Hop!
 
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This year’s giveaway hop runs
 May 1st – 14th, 2017.
Each of the participating blogs will be hosting a wonderful giveaway featuring a great gift idea for moms, grandmothers and any other special lady in your life, including yourself! 
 
After entering my giveaway, be sure to check out all of the other awesome giveaways listed in the linky below for more chances to win great prizes! 
 
The Math Lovin’ Momma is teaming up with Coffee Joulies™ to give one lucky reader a set of 5 Joulies. (ARV $59.95)
Check out my review here and enter to win below!
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Whether we like it or not, those bedtime diaper leaks do happen and it’s good to be prepared for when they do. Before learning of HighFive Easy, I always used a waterproof mattress protector on my daughter’s bed and then covered it with a fitted sheet. Now, with HighFive Easy to the rescue that’s not something I need to do anymore!HighFive Easy makes a 100% cotton crib mattress protector that is also a waterproof fitted sheet thanks to its TPU layer. TPU fabrics are made using a (slightly more expensive) heating process that “bakes in” the laminated waterproofing properties rather than using chemicals. Then the top layer of material was chosen, so that it was comfortable and breathable for your child.

 

 

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Project Emergence Book Tour Dates

The Math Lovin’ Momma Reads: Project Emergence

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Project Emergence Book Cover

 Project Emergence

Written by Jamie Zakian


Recently I was asked to read and review a new YA Science Fiction novel. This book was just released this week so what better time to tell you what I think!
Before I do that, however, why I don’t I tell you a little about the book and its author. You know peek your interest and then I’ll tell you if it’s worth your time! (Spoiler alert… it is.) 

Project Emergence

An ancient Hopi myth says people arrived on tiny silver pods that fell from the sky.

But the truth is far more terrifying.

Two-hundred fifty-eight teens are sent from a dying Earth to a terraformed Mars as part of the Emergence Program, mankind’s last hope before solar flares finish off their planet and species. Among the brave pioneers are sixteen-year-old Joey Westen and her twin brother, Jesse.

After only minutes in space, something triggers a total ship lock down.

With the help of their roommates, the Matsuda twins (notorious hackers and shady secret-keepers), Joey and Jesse stumble onto an extremist plot to sabotage the Emergence Program.

But Joey and Jesse didn’t travel to the deepest pits of space and leave their mother behind to be picked off in a high-tech tin can. They’ll lie, hack, ​and ​even kill to survive the voyage and make it to Mars.

About the Author

Jamie Zakian
Jamie Zakian is a full-time writer who consumes the written word as equally as oxygen.

Living in South Jersey with her husband and rowdy family, she enjoys farming, archery, and blazing new trails on her 4wd quad, when not writing of course. She aspires to one day write at least one novel in every genre of fiction.

 

My Thoughts on Project Emergence

I’ll just be honest, I went into my reading with pretty low expectations. I mean end-of-the-world stories seem to be a dime a dozen these days. 

Then I started reading.

I read Project Emergence in two days. (More than two sittings because I have a toddler and a full time job…) I could barely put it down. I was hooked and wanted to know more from page one. Some books start off so slow, you try to give them the benefit of the doubt because you know they have to do some back story and introduce the characters but Zakian does it with pizzazz!

Not only was the story fast paced and fun, with a few emotional moments mixed in for good measure, the characters seemed well developed to me. I’m not a literary expert by any means, but I wasn’t bored. I connected with the characters. I liked some, but not all. There was just enough back story to keep the present interesting but leave you wanting to know more about the past. 

There is a little bit of romance, but no more than you’d expect in a YA novel. Some flirting, an innocent kiss or two, and teenage angst overthinking every little action. Just the right balance. The romance doesn’t over take the story… ever.

Another plus for the story was that it kept me guessing. Just when I thought I knew what would happen next another branch of the plot popped up and knocked me back into uncertainty. 

Now, I’m a nerd. I love science fiction and fantasy but this story didn’t have too much of either. Obviously due to the space travel and science-y stuff it fits into the science fiction category but I think any lover of good fiction would enjoy this, even if sci-fi isn’t their thing.


Don’t stop yet! There’s a surprise if you keep reading!


If you want to hear more reviews for the book or check out some excerpts be sure to hop over to the other blogs in the book tour. Be sure to check the date, they’re not all published yet!

Project Emergence Tour Schedule:

Week 1:

3/13/2017- Reading for the Stars and Moon– Guest Post
3/13/2017- Kaelan Rhywiol– Review

3/14/2017- Month9Books– Excerpt
3/14/2017- YA and Wine– Interview

3/15/2017- Kaitlin Gillespie– Review
3/15/2017- Don’t Judge, Read– Interview

3/16/2017- The Math Lovin’ Momma– Review
3/16/2017- Two Chicks on Books– Excerpt

3/17/2017- Fix Gal– Review
3/17/2017- Book Review Becca– Spotlight



Week 2:

3/20/2017- Jennifer Eaton– Guest Post
3/20/2017- So Few Books– Interview

3/21/2017- Never Too Many To Read– Review
3/21/2017- Rockin’ Book Reviews– Excerpt

3/22/2017- Omg Books and More Books– Review
3/22/2017- Wishful Endings– Guest Post

3/23/2017- Hall Ways Blog Excerpt


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Gina's Soft Cloth Giveaway

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Finding a cloth alternative to your everyday paper products will not only save you money it will cut your carbon foot print. As far as cleaning up messes, paperless towels are far superior to paper. I am able to clean the biggest of messes with one towel. Paperless Towels wont fall apart like paper towels do, these high quality towels will last you a long time. Simply wash and reuse! Read my full review here.

Enter for your chance to win (1) $50 Gift Certificate to Gina’s Soft Cloth Shop.

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Dacobots

Math Lovin’ Review: Dacobots eLearning Portal

 

I received one month of complimentary access to the Dacobots eLearning portal in exchange for an honest review.
This is a Math Lovin’ Momma #SponsoredPost. All opinions expressed within are 100% my own.


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Dacobots eLearning Portal


As a parent and a teacher I am always on the look out for new or new to me products that can help my daughter at home and my kids at school be more successful academically. Sometimes it feels like there are so many products on the market that have similar purposes it can be overwhelming. In my short career, thus far, as a teacher I have played around with a lot of the options that are available for middle school and high school age students but now that my daughter is getting old enough to start looking at preschools my focus has started to switch to finding eLearning opportunities for her as well.

Dacobots eLearning has lots of games based on a variety of topics offered at many different grade levels. The program is still currently in its Beta phase of development, which means that there are still some bugs that need to be worked out and there is still content being added. However, I feel that I was able to try out a lot of content in the one month that I had membership.

The Basics:

Dacobots eLearning portal has games for students in grades K – 6, divided among six categories. The categories include: Health, Math, Science, Language, History, and the Arts. Currently there are no games in the Arts category or for grades 1, 2, 4 and 6, but since the project is in Beta I’m sure there will be games coming soon to those groups. 

Avatars

Each game category has an specific avatar that leads the user through the games. Currently there are four active avatars and a slot for a fifth avatar that is grayed out. The four active avatars include:

                  G4                                   Zalmox                          Derzelis                          H.E.N.A        
     Dacobots: Math Avatar - G4   Dacobots: Science Avatar - Zalmox   Dacobots: Health Avatar - Derzelis   Dacobots: History Avatar - H.E.N.A.                     Math                                Science                            Health                           History

Since there is not an existing avatar for Language or the Arts I’m assuming the grayed out avatar will eventually be the guide for one of those categories. 

All of the avatars speak with a very robotic sounding voice. I don’t really mind that but sometimes they are difficult to understand. What they say is always shown on the screen as well, but children who are not yet reading or who are not quick readers may not be able to read the instructions before they leave the screen.

The Games

Finding a Game

There are a lot of ways to search for the games. You can specify a grade level and a category, you can search for a name, or you can just browse through all of the games available. At last count there were 130 games available for play with a paid membership. 

Dacobots Games Browsing Interface

As you can see from the screen grab above, some of the games have an unlocked yellow padlock in the lower right corner. That padlock means that those games available to play without a full membership. Right now there are only seven games that are free to play and most of those are Kindergarten level games.

Game Play

Each Dacobots eLearning game has three parts. The first part is generally the place where the main teaching takes place. The avatar will give information or instructions related to whatever topic you have chosen. In the screen grab below, from the Brain Power series (free-to-play) game ‘The Human Brain‘, you can see in the first part Zalmox is giving information about different parts of the brain.

Brain Power: The Human Brain - Part 1

In the second part of the game, the avatar guides the user through some activity after a brief review of the information given in part 1. If a mistake is made the avatar will tell the user the answer was incorrect and let them try again. For instance in ‘The Human Brain‘, as shown below, part 2 asks the user to identify the parts of the brain and the activities associated with each part. 

Brain Power: The Human Brain - Part 2

The last part of each game is a review of the information given in part 1 and practiced in part 2. However, in part 3, the avatars do not provide any guidance beyond the basic instructions until the user has finished their attempt at a solution. Sometimes this means that the activity will have to be repeated because the user completed the challenge incorrectly. In ‘The Human Brain‘, part 3 requires users to identify brain parts and their jobs in more detail, while also introducing them to some new ideas. 

User Incentives

Many eLearning portals that I’ve investigated have some kind of user incentive that help keep students engaged and wanting to keep playing games. Dacobots is no different. The Dacobots award users with collectible cards for decks that correspond to certain game series. Right now there are 11 decks for users to complete, the number of cards in a deck varies depending on the number of games that correspond to that series.

Dacobots: Gears of the Mind Card

When you complete a game satisfactorily you get a card showing you’ve mastered that skill. When you collect a card it shows the card face when you are viewing your card deck, as seen below.Dacobots: Brain Power Card Deck

Current Series Corresponding to Card Decks:
  • Arithmetic – 5 cards
  • Healthy Eating – 2 cards
  • Dangerous Habits – 4 cards
  • Brain Power – 10 cards
  • Basics of Genetics – 2 cards
  • Parts of Speech – 2 cards
  • Bygone Civilizations – 5 cards
  • Autumn Secrets – 21 cards
  • Winter Magic – 21 cards
  • Masters of Astronomy – 31 cards
  • Signs of Spring – 27 cards

Membership Options

There are a few options to choose from when choosing how you’d like to pay for your Dacobots eLearning membership. Users can choose a 1 month, 3 month, 6 month, or 1 year membership. As with most subscription-type services choosing a longer membership time equates to a small amount of savings in the cost.

Dacobots Membership Options

For my US readers, those prices currently equate to $5.29 for one month, $10.63 for three months, $18.11 for six months, and $26.66 for a full year. Basically, a buying a three month membership is like getting one month free, a six month membership gets you 2.5 months free, and buying a full year at one time is like getting 7 months free, so if it is something you like and expect to use for a while the full year membership is definitely the way to go.


My Thoughts

All in all I really enjoyed the games and I feel that they do have a nice balance between fun and learning. Obviously there are some games I liked more than others, as with any eLearning system, but overall there were many more games I liked than there were games I did not like.

I like the characters of the various avatars and I like that their voices are not all the same. However, as I mentioned earlier they are sometimes hard to understand. Sometimes the words seem a bit jumbled together and other times I just feel it is hard to understand because there are no pauses or voice inflection.

I think the card decks are a fun addition and they give kids something to work toward as they are learning new things. Overall, I really enjoyed the time I had with the portal and Dragonling loved playing the Kindergarten level games (with a little bit of help). I could definitely see this being an eLearning portal we subscribe to in a year or two, when Dragonling is ready for Preschool or Kindergarten!


Follow Dacobots

To keep up with new releases and other news Dacobots eLearning creators would love to have you follow them!

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/dacobots
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dacobots


What do you think? Would your kids or grandkids enjoy learning through games and puzzles? Let me know in the comments below!


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The Math Lovin’ Momma Reviews: NEOSAN Blanket Scarf + Giveaway

 

I received this NEOSAN blanket scarf at a discounted price in exchange for an honest review.
The views expressed here are honest and entirely my own.

I only review products I would consider purchasing for myself or my family.

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NEOSAN Blanket Scarf

NEOSAN® Blanket Scarf

Normally I don’t do much for accessorizing, but I do love a nice scarf and when I received this one for review I was not disappointed. The fabric is nice and thick and it is very warm! (Great for Iowa winter!) I also really like the size of the scarf. It measures about 76 inches long and 25 inches wide and is made from an acrylic that has the feel of cashmere. It think it may easily be the softest scarf I own!

The one thing I didn’t like was the diamond pattern. When I ordered it I really didn’t notice the stair-stepping effect between the white and pink parts of the pattern and in person that specific part of the pattern seems to be more noticeable. Basically, I should have looked more closely before making my selection!

I like this scarf so much that I’m giving one away to a lucky reader! If you’d like to have a chance to win, scroll down to the giveaway tool and complete the entries.

 

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