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Ms. K
United States - Arkansas
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"A teacher affects eternity. He can never tell where his influence stops. - Henry (Brooks) Adams".

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Money Activities and Assessments Included: Page 3...Large coins instructions Pages 4-11...Large coins Page 12...Student Coin Chart Page 13--14......
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This booklet is designed to align with first grade common core standards in which students add or subtract ten and multiples of ten within 100. ...
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This updated collection of scaffolded practice pages comes from my experiences teaching third grade students the concept of addition and subtract...
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These card sorts were designed for students to use after experiences solving addition and subtraction equations with snap or unifix cubes. For t...
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This Smart Board lesson includes three different place value charts with manipulative number discs like Singapore Math: ones and tens; ones, tens...
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These rich activities include graphing, measurement, counting, estimation, prediction, and Blooms Questioning. There are also suggested books to...
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This worksheet includes Bloom's higher level questioning as it elicits student predictions while doing a probability experiment. Students are al...
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This Smart Board lesson has one slide each for the number bonds(sums) of five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten. Matching student printables are...
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This variety of number charts has been created for the purpose of helping students become strong with their sense of number. Students struggle w...
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This activity has students kiss a sheet of grid paper to find the size of their kiss. (This works best if it is copied on colored paper like pink...
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This product includes two smart board slides. One slide is the title page and one slide is a page of movable ten frames with dots on them showin...
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This Smart board slide consists of two slides. One slide is the cover page and one slide can be used for a place value lesson. The lesson page ha...
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This activity is designed to review previously learned geometry vocabulary such as horizontal, vertical, regular and irregular polygons, x axis, ...
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This variety of number charts and puzzles has been created for the purpose of helping students become strong with their sense of number. Student...
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Included are: *Frames of the following colors: black, medium blue, light blue, gray, and turquoise *Backgrounds with the following colors: Deep...
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With the common core standards there exists a need to have a hundreds chart with numbers that go past 100 so that students gain fluency with coun...
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The practice pages packet includes: a place value chart for use with number discs like Singapore math. 10 pages of 2 and 3 digit scaffolded add...
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This worksheet is for use with a set of 11 different 3D solids including cube, square prism, octagonal prism, cylinder, hemisphere, con, hexagona...
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Nothing But Nets is an inquiry lesson I used with fifth graders for them to test their conjectures about what types of nets would work to build c...
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Activity includes nine cards using ordinal numbers 1st-11th. This activity encourages Bloom's higher level thinking. Students are encouraged to...
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Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah Designs  (TpT Seller)
I just happen to come across your shop via the search and I saw your cute profile icon and I just had to stop in and let you know how stinkin' cute your shop is!

Take Care and Happy TpTing!! :)
-Beth / Zippy
January 7, 2013
Ms. K  (TpT Seller)
Aww! Thank you so much! You made my day! :)
January 7, 2013

Heidi Andre  (TpT Seller) re: Money Activities: Coin Recognition and Counting
Hi! I just have a question that I wasn't sure where to find the answer to...I have an excellent money activity that took me hours upon hours to create (DAYS)...but in order to post it on TPT, I'll need to recreate it using different money images. I originally just used the images from teacherscorner to do it since I was just using it in my own classroom. I just want to make sure that I do this the right way before spending SO much time putting it together, without having to worry about violating any copyrights. Can I take pictures of real money? Is there a good place to buy realistic clipart? If you could help me, that would be so great! I really want to get started on this TPT. It looks like such a great thing! I really appreciate it!
August 28, 2012
Ms. K  (TpT Seller)
The money on the front page of my coin activities is from the 3 am teacher who sells clip art on TPT which she designed for people to use on TPT. I would recommend using that. There are colored coins like you see, and coins with white, and transparent backgrounds. I hope that helps!http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/The-3am-Teacher
August 28, 2012

chrysalidz re: Addition/Subtraction Regrouping with Discs (like Singapore Math) Smartboard
Hello,
I am a home educator without a Smartboard. Is it possible to purchase this as a powerpoint instead, or in a PDF format?
Thanks very much
Chrysalidz
May 18, 2012
Ms. K  (TpT Seller)
I can post the item as a power point, but then you lose the ability to move the discs around and clone them. I can also post only the worksheet packet in PDF so you can have those alone too. I will be happy to accommodate you however I can. Just let me know what you would like me to do. 5/20 I posted the worksheet packet that goes with the smartboard file in PDF alone in case you wanted just that.
May 21, 2012

Triplets plus One  (TpT Seller) re: Double Digit Addition and Subtraction Card Sorts within 100
Never mind - I read the directions wrong. Sorry!
March 25, 2012
Ms. K  (TpT Seller)
No problem :)
March 25, 2012

Triplets plus One  (TpT Seller) re: Double Digit Addition and Subtraction Card Sorts within 100
This looks like a great card sort. I especially like that you included one card that doesn't belong to encourage discussion. Would you mind changing "cubes" in the directions to "cube's"? Thanks so much.
March 25, 2012

launie re: Addition/Subtraction Regrouping with Discs (like Singapore Math) Smartboard
Ms. K-I very much appreciated the Singapore Math Lesson you posted on TPT. We are in our first year of using Math in Focus the Singapore Approach in our district. I am looking for some more support activities to align with my second grade curriculum. Would you consider creating more Singapore material?

Thank you for the lessons you create and the help you may be able to give.

Launie Becker
Cathlamet, WA
March 1, 2012
Ms. K  (TpT Seller)
Yes, is there something in particular you are looking for? I have made an addition card sort for first grade with number discs for double digit numbers, and I have been considering building more sorts to go with it. In a few days I am posting a set of card sorts for use with unifix cubes. I have the set of card sorts pretty well finished, but I just need to check it and make sure it is free of typos before I post it. Anyhow, after I post it look and see if you would be interested in something like it except with Singapore number discs.

3/19/2012
Launie, I wanted you to know I am working on an addition and subtraction Singapore number discs card sort this week similar to the one with the unifix cubes.
March 19, 2012

launie re: Addition/Subtraction Regrouping with Discs (like Singapore Math) Smartboard
Ms. K
I just purchased your Singapore Math Addition/Subtraction with Regrouping Smartboard Lesson and could not see where the printables are located for downloading. I received the Smartboard base ten charts but can't find the printables. Thank you for your help. I have been looking for Math in Focus lessons and was excited to find this one.
Launie Becker
Cathlamet, WA
January 1, 2012
Ms. K  (TpT Seller)
Thank you so much for making a purchase from my store, I'm so glad I could help :). If you click on the paper clip tab which may be on the right or left hand side of your screen depending on where you have placed your slide sorter (the gray part of the screen with all the slides) they should appear. If you still have a problem and they will not open, let me know.
January 2, 2012

Every New Beginning Blog  (TpT Seller)
Thanks!
February 3, 2011

Every New Beginning Blog  (TpT Seller) re: Interactive Valentine Volume Bulletin Board
How did you introduce this lesson? I understand that the students created various nets- but did you assign them the nets or did they create them on their own? Also, how did they divide the nets into the chocolate squares? Did you given them the nets with an outline? Thanks!
February 2, 2011
Ms. K  (TpT Seller)
Before, I taught this lesson, students used the TERC math investigation from the Solids and Boxes unit (I'm almost certain that's the name, but not positive) in which they investigate how to find volume when given a box outline with squares (net) drawn on it. The students estimate the volume first before they cut out the nets and then they cut out the nets and test their predictions. I taught that lesson the day before or so. We had spent 2-3 days on volume before this lesson. Then I had students create their own "box of chocolates" with grid paper (whatever size fit snap cubes perfecty--I believe 3/4 inch grid paper). Students were given the liberty to create a rectangular prism with any dimensions that they were able to fit on their paper. I did not give them the outline. They created their own outline. The only chocolate squares are the snap cubes they used to represent chocolate pieces in the box. on the day I taught this lesson (which was about 3 years ago...I have since changed positions)I didn't spend a lot of time teaching volume since I had already covered the concept. I did model an example of what I wanted them to do. Students recorded their dimensions and total cubic units on the back of their net. I am the one who labeled them A, B, C, etc. for the bulletin board. Students were simply given blank grid paper. I hope this answers your questions. If not, let me know.
February 2, 2011
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have nine years of experience with this being my tenth. I am now in the fourth year of my position as (K-5) math facilitator. Previous to being a math facilitator, I worked as a third grade teacher for 6 years. Three of my 6 years as a third grade teacher, I departmentalized teaching mainly math, science, and social studies.

MY TEACHING STYLE

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year 2005-2006

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY