Tis the season to give. This holiday season as I reflect on the many wonderful people I have had the opportunity to get to know this year, I am reminded of how very blessed I am. I have a wonderful family and terrific friends and of course, I now have a whole new family as well.....I have my SUM OF WHICH family.
I recently made a promise to donate 10% of sales using promo code Trad10 to a Donor's Choose page. Presently, I have close to $100 ready to pledge to a Donor’s Choose Page. I am excited to be in a position where I can do this. I look forward to helping a teacher to reach his or her goal. I know teachers spend a great deal of money from their own pockets and I am thrilled that I will be able to help take a bit of that burden away. Oh, did I mention, if you use Trad10 you also get 10% off YOUR order. This coupon is limited, so get your order in soon. Who would enjoy and benefit from SUM OF WHICH? Your child’s teacher, your children or grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and anyone else who enjoys a bit of strategy. I have several players who are in their 80s who love to play SUM OF WHICH. Some even play SUM OF WHICH as a solitaire game. They say they love it because it keeps their minds sharp. So perhaps you have a parent or grandparent who might enjoy the game.
I wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season. Stay well and for those of you in the colder regions (like me) stay warm. Gather your friends and family and enjoy a game of SUM OF WHICH. Then, please send me a picture so I can highlight you on my page. Show me how you and yours enjoy playing SUM OF WHICH.
Remember Trad10 will get you 10% off your order and will add money to my donation to a Donor’s Choose Project. Feel free to share the coupon code with others. If you teach, feel free to share the coupon with your students’ parents. We all know how student’s skills improve when further practice happens outside the classroom….especially when that practice is fun.
Happy Holidays! Thank you for playing and sharing SUM OF WHICH.
I have been an educator for more than 20 years. I firmly believe that students must UNDERSTAND, not memorize.