# 2 the Square Root of It

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This angle sort requires students to know obtuse, acute, and right angles. When I used the angle sort, I incorporated it in an angle lesson for the students to sort with a partner. I printed and cut several sets, and stored them in zip lock bags.
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Great activity to have on a board in the classroom for students who finish early. In a compressed file, I have made two boggle boards, each with 16 numbers, a target number, and student record sheet. Simply the students' goal is to reach the
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This is a great presentation to use when introducing right angles, obtuse angles, acute angles, and perpendicular lines. It also reviews line, line segment, ray, and point before beginning the lesson on angles. Throughout the presentation the
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This resource contains 13 quizzes and answer keys for each quiz. These quizzes follow the CCSS for 5th grade math. However, they could be use for 4th and 6th grade, as well. The following are the topics covered by the quizzes: Finding LCM/Adding
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I made this sheet to use on Pi Day (March 14th). The students had to determine the diameter and circumference of their pies before eating them.
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I use these conversation cards while meeting with my groups during centers or I have the students use them to create their own math conversations with their peers. I have always been impressed with their responses to the questions. The set includes
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Are you looking for a presentation that is able to help teach your students turns, flips, and slides, yet able to keep their attention? Then this is the presentation for you! I have incorporated preteen celebrities into my slide, flip, and turn
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This is a great presentation to use to help teach students how to compare money in a whole group setting! This presentation encourages the students to be very interactive and engaged through the entire presentation. Plus, the students are excited
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This is a GREAT presentation to use to either teach or review expressions! I have used this presentation with 3rd and 4th grade students. Both groups were engaged and interactive with the presentation!
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My students have such a great time with this presentation! They get a kick out of coming to the screen and counting various amounts of money. Plus, they love the sound effects that occur when they get a problem correct!
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I have used this as a center in 1st and 2nd grade classroom. Simply the students need to find the two numbers that add up to equal 100. This sorting activity contains nine pairs of numbers that add up to 100. Clip art by:
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This is a great presentation to use as review for rounding, making change, identifying place value, naming numbers, and number patterns! The presentation requires interaction with the students and asks them solve problems on their own too.
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During the last week of school, I was searching through Pinterest for some creative ideas to use with my students. I found some really cute, simple ideas from http://tunstalltimes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/our-last-day-in-pictures.html. I took those
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After completing a circles unit, I found this great circle activity on http://www.3rdgradegridiron.com/2012/05/want-to-have-blast.html. I made a bubble mixture using the following recipe:
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As I was cruising around Pinterest, I found a great activity that used Oreos for a mean lesson. I decided to take it a step further and incorporate mode, median, and range too. Simply, I divided my students into groups and gave each group a pack of
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Hello! My name is Christy and I am a resource teacher in the northwest Chicago suburbs. I have a very unique position that consists of two parts; math resource and the Talent and Development Program. Simply for my math resource position, I pull students who typically are tier 2 math students into my room for small group instruction. The math concept that is being taught in the students' classrooms during that time, I teach in my small group, but at a level that fits the group's ability. However, the other part of my position is the Talent and Development Program. Students who are in 3rd through 5th grade and test above the 91%ile come to me for three hours a six day cycle. (Simply, my school does do it's scheduling by days, but by day numbers. Considering the number of Mondays and Fridays schools tend to have off, a numbered cycle eliminates missing the same groups on days there is no school.) These students come to me for reading and math. By time a student finishes 5th grade TDP, they will be able to set up and solve algebraic challenging equations.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have found myself designing lessons and projects to simply grab the attention of my students. With my position I have such a wide range of learners. Considering this, my goal is to meet each of my students' needs when I am teaching lesson. https://www.facebook.com/pages/2-the-Square-Root-of-It/712676892080003

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

My undergraduate degree is from the University of Dayton in communication marketing. Two years after graduating from UD, I decided to switch my career and earn my masters in education from DePaul University. I worked in Chicago Public Schools for 6 years teaching 2nd and 3rd grade. Then I decided to move my career to the northwestern suburbs of Chicago and have been working at the same school since August 2008.

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