Mary Alice Hatchett
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 "Mathematics is no more computation than typing is literature." by John Pullos.

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Fractions are often a challenge for students. This Pass Around activity offers students 20 practice problems to identify the location of differen...
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I Have --- Who Has? (directions) 1. All cards in the deck are distributed with each student getting at least one card. 2. Decide on a method for ...
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In Temperature Match students match 3 cards, READ THE THERMOMETER, MATCH THE TEMPERATURE, and DEGREES FAHRENHEIT. There are 12 sets of 3 cards. ...
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Pass Around activities are simply the BEST! Many students are turned off to a 20 problem worksheet -- but turn it in to a PASS AROUND activity a...
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Young students just learning about numbers? The 100 number chart is a great way for students to discover number patterns, skip count, and just r...
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Do your students need practice with missing addends with sums to 10? Try this pass around activity. Students determine the number of missing dot...
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This is one of my favorite activities to do with young children! Not only do students have an opportunity to practice identifying basic geometric...
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We often mistakenly believe that word problems are a challenge for students, however when presented 1 problem at a time, the challenge seems feas...
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USE LANDSCAPE PRINT OPTION Add more fun to your classroom by playing a METRIC CONVERSION bingo game. In this BINGO game students select (and reco...
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This 30 card set provides students with an engaging practice activity converting between fraction - decimal and percents. This package includes: ...
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Reading a thermometer is a challenge for many students. This 20 card game gives students the tool to practice that skill.
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Multi-step problems - Pass Around Activity: Students will --- focus on one problem at a time. --- decide where the given numbers fit best withi...
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The nice thing about a 'pass around' activity is that you only need 1 set of cards (maybe 2 for a large class). The content for this 20 card 'pas...
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The LCM is the smallest positive integer that a set of two or more given numbers divide (i.e. it is a multiple of each). Knowing the LCM is use...
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Practice! Practice! So the experts say - but NO ONE says practice has to be dull! I Have/ Who Has activities are the solution to dull worksheets....
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Teaching TIME with an analog clock is such a challenge for young students! This 20 card activity helps students by verbalizing the position of th...
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Years ago, I came up with the idea of a different format for flash cards. Result - 13 pages of triangle flash cards that could be used to practi...
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This 21 page packet contains 5 weeks of intervention minilessons. Each week contains 2 related problem solving activities with teacher instructi...
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Young students need to look at a collection of data and identify events as certain, impossible, probable or unlikely. This 20 card PASS AROUND p...
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In this activity, students are given the picture outline of an animal from the story with the position of the TANGRAM pieces shown. Students are ...
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Buyer re: Fractions on a Number Line - Pass Around
What is a "pass around?"
July 11, 2013
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
Krinksped,
Pass Around
 The nice thing about these – you only need 1 set of cards (maybe 2 for a large class).
 Everyone gets 1 card – solves it & then passes it to the next person. They might start with problem 7 – so they record their work on space 7 – their next problem might be problem 2.
 Depending on the number of problems in a set – you might provide a recording sheet OR you might have the students organize their work something like:
o Fold a sheet of paper in half lengthwise, then fold into 5th (or 4th, 3rds), then number the cells.
July 15, 2013

Christina H. re: Fractions on a Number Line - Pass Around
Hello,
Just wanted to know if all pass around cards have a denominator of 10 as shown in the thumbnail. I love the idea of pass around cards and the many things I can do with them, but I was also looking for number lines with different denominators.

Thanks for your quick response! It's a great product, we will use it for a review.
March 11, 2013
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
dunke76,
If you take a look at the 'preview' file you will see that not all have a denominator of 10. Without going back and double checking - I don't think any of them go over 10.
Enjoy,
Mary Alice
March 12, 2013

Caroline C. re: I have Who Has - least common multiple
I found a couple errors in your game. The LCM of 16 and 18 is 144 and I don't see a card that matches that. Also the LCM of 6 and 3 is 6 and that is already used. If I follow the cards in order that they are printed it shows the answer to the LCM of 6 and 3 as being 3.
November 19, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
carolinc,
Thanks - I'll double check and correct.
Mary Alice
November 20, 2012

L A  (TpT Seller)
She was my high school math teacher. I was real bad at math. Teachign is my second career and am teaching special ed - high school math (Algebra and Geometry). Would the Texas teacher retirement system help me find her? Tried the Georgetown school and no luck.
November 10, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
They might but I doubt it.
Mary Alice
November 10, 2012

L A  (TpT Seller) re: Calculator Excursion/Broken Calculator
I know this is a long shot, but with you living in Georgetown I got to ask - Do you know a Math teacher names Carolyn Harper - taught at Georgetown High School?
November 9, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
austin571,
Sorry but the name does not sound familiar. Was she your teacher or just a friend?
Mary Alice
November 9, 2012

Erin Y.
Hello,
I'm am going to purchase your tangrams for Polar bear. Is is possible to get a note from you stating that I can copy the pictures for use in my classroom?
Thanks,
Erin
October 2, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
Erinkin,
My understanding with TpT is that once you purchase you can make as many copies for your use as you want. They just ask that you do not copy and give them to other teachers. Let me know if that is not the case.
Mary Alice
October 2, 2012

Thank you so much Mary-
Can you please let me know when you post them?
I am veryinterested.
Thanks again for your great work,
Vicki
September 30, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
vcanion,
Sure
Mary Alice
September 30, 2012

Hi Mary,
I love your RtI Math- Did you make some for the other 5th grade obj?
Thanks
September 30, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
vcanion,
Yes I have. I just have not posted any of them. But with your encouragement, I will.
Mary Alice
September 30, 2012

Scipi  (TpT Seller) re: InLine (basic addition fact practice)
I saw your store on the home page of Teachers Pay Teachers; so, I thought I would look at your freebie. I left you a rating. Well done! I, too, was a math resource teacher for our public school system for many years. I now teach remedial math on the college level.

Since you have a math background, Iâ€™d appreciate your input on my either of my freebies listed below.

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/April-Fraction-Word-Puzzles-Identifying-Fractions-in-Lowest-Terms

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Time-A-Suggested-Math-Sequence-for-Teaching-Time

I am now your 11th follower, and hope you will reciprocate at my store as well. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/SciPi/Products

The teaching world needs quality math materials; so, good luck as you sell on TPT!
February 11, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
Thanks for the suggestions. I've been sharing the 'In Line' activity with teachers for years - and choose to not use color because of the expense -- when you are printing 100's of copies. The last dozen or so postings to TpT (if they are newer creations) are in color -- teachers can probably swing that cost when they are only making 1-2 copies. I'll take a look at your work. Thanks again.
Mary Alice
February 11, 2012

Cynthia M. re: I Have, Who Has? Primary Geometric Shapes
Is there any way to increase the size of the cards? I did not realize that they were so small.
February 10, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
The cards are set up as 'business card' size - I don't know of anyway to increase the size. You might try copying the last 2 pages (pages with the cards) and setting the percentage to 150%. I've never tried that - so I'm not sure if that will work or not. I've used this size with MANY young students -- so I'm curious if you are using them with vision impaired students. Please let me know -- that may be something that I need to think about.
Mary Alice
February 10, 2012

Buyer re: I Have, Who Has? Geometric shapes
I have 29 students - is there any way I could play this with the whole class?
February 4, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
Jsells,
Here are a couple of ideas:
1. Probably the easiest thing to do is to divide your class into 2-4 smaller groups. Make enough copies of the cards for each group (consider running each set on a different color of paper) and letting each group play. Having each group read aloud could be a problem -- so suggest that each group form a circle & they only speak loud enough for the members of their circle can hear. Each student in this small group will have to deal with more than one card. When I use this, I usually have the students pull their desk into a cluster (so that they have the desk tops available) as they read their cards they place them in a circle â€“ so it forms a circle of correct responses (sort of like an attribute train). Student groups could also sit on the floor â€“ if that is OK with your campus.
2. Another option is to have the extra 9 students serve as referees.
3. Another idea is to have the 9 extras buddy with someone (maybe someone that needs assistance).

Hope this is of help â€“
Thanks for visiting my TpT store.
Mary Alice
February 4, 2012

Thank you for your quick response. I noticed that there are 20 cards. What do you do if you have more than 20 students?
January 8, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
Jenkap,
You could let 2 students hold 1 card. Or give a plain paper print out of the cards -- to 1 student and let them be the 'umpire' --- keeping track of the correct answers. (they pretty much follow in the order printed)
Hope you don't have too many more students over 20! Get's a lot to handel!
Mary Alice
January 8, 2012

I purchased the I have, who has money activity. It's only two pages. I don't have the the directions nor student reponse sheet. It doesn't appear to be a downloading issue. Is there supposed to be more? Thanks.
January 8, 2012
Mary Alice Hatchett  (TpT Seller)
Jenkap,
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. The problem has been fixed (I hope). There should be 5 pages: directions, 2 pages of cards, student response sheet, and a solution sheet.
Thanks for visiting my store, I hope you and your students enjoy this activity as much as mine do.
Mary Alice
January 8, 2012
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

After many years in the classroom, I was the math coordinator for Educational Service Center Region XIII in Austin, TX. After several years at the ESC I became the K-12 math coordinator for Round Rock ISD in Texas. I regulary present at NCTM national, regional and local conferences. I have also trained over 3000 teachers in the CGI philosophy.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Constructivist

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of Year (Several times) Past president of TASM (Texas Assiciation of Supervisors of Mathematics) Director of Publications for TCTM (Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics) President of TCTM

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Mathematics M Ed in Curriculum & Instruction