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Get a Free Mystery Picture Delivered To your Inbox Each Month

January 22, 2022 No Comments
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It’s the start of a new year, and I am SO excited to bring something fresh and FUN to your inbox each month! Introducing…The Math Matrix’s Mystery Picture of the Month Club! Keep reading below to answer any and all questions you might have about this new opportunity for YOU:

What is The Mystery Picture of the Month Club?

The Mystery Picture of the Month Club is designed to HELP you, an upper elementary or middle school math teacher! Each month, you will get one FREE Math Mystery Picture delivered right to your inbox that you can use the next day in your math block!

PLEASE NOTE: All Mystery Pictures in the Mystery Picture of the Month Club are printable only. There will be no digital Mystery Pictures added to the club.

When Do I get my Mystery Pictures?

Mystery Picture of the Month Club emails will be delivered directly to your inbox on the LAST DAY of each month. They are an instant download and also stored on a password-protected page here, on the blog! By getting the monthly emails, you will have access to the password-protected page for a lifetime access of ALL mystery pictures from the club.

How Much does the Mystery Picture of the Month Club Cost?

My favorite part about this club? It costs you absolutely NOTHING! My goal is to help YOU find high-quality activities that you can print and use in your classroom that day.

What Topics are Covered?

There are a wide range of topics that will be covered in Mystery Picture of the Month Club Printables. When signing up, you can choose between two grade bands (grades 3-5 and grades 6-8). You will get a mystery picture with a topic that falls within your grade band each month. A mix of all math domains will be covered in monthly mystery pictures. If you selected both grade bands, you will receive TWO mystery pictures each month (one for grades 3-5 and another for grades 6-8). 

PLEASE NOTE: You may not need or want each month’s Mystery Picture. Use what you can and wait for the next month – I have an ever growing list of topics, exclusively ready for this club!

How Long will the Club Last?

The Mystery Picture of the Month Club will last INDEFINITELY! Whenever you sign up, you will start that month with emails. However, you will have LIFETIME access to the Mystery Picture of the Month Club password-protected page. The password comes after you sign up and will always be included in each monthly email.

I plan on offering free Mystery Pictures each month for a LONG TIME…being a part of this club will give you SO many free Mystery Pictures!

Where Are the Mystery Pictures Stored?

Each email will contain an instant download, printable mystery picture for your grade band (3-5 OR 6-8). Besides the instant download in the emails, there is a password protected page, hosted on the website that stores ALL previous Mystery Picture of the Month Club Resources. You will have LIFETIME access to the Mystery Picture of the Month Club Library – the password comes after you sign up and will always be included in each monthly email.

How Do I sign Up?

Sign up below – do not forget to select your grade band(s) to get Free Mystery Pictures you can use in your classroom!

PLEASE NOTE: If you sign up in the middle of the month, you will NOT get your first mystery picture until the last day of the month, but will automatically get access to the Library.

 
Join the Mystery Picture of the Month Club!
Looking for a fun way to get your students engaging math practice they need? Look no further than the Math Matrix’s Mystery Picture of the Month Club
Select the grade band(s) you would like to get a FREE Mystery Picture for: 
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Hi! I'm Paige, known as The Math Matrix. I have been a teacher for three years, in both a middle school and elementary school, ALWAYS teaching math, either as a special education teacher or a departmentalized general education teacher. Needless to say, math is my JAM and I can't wait to share with you tips, tricks, and resources to enhance your math teaching. Read More

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