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Lines, angles, triangles, polygons, quadrilaterals and parallelograms are all explained in this comprehensive bundle. This resource contains anchor charts to serve as a reference for your students, interactive materials, and lots of print and go
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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\$12.00
\$9.60
11 ratings
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Polygons, quadrilaterals and parallelograms are defined and explained in this resource with plenty of opportunities for hands-on learning. The three page table of contents provides an overview and directions for you. Additional directions with
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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\$6.00
6 ratings
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Sharks, an interactive unit. Use interactive materials and informational text to create fun, fact-filled lapbooks about sharks and how they live. Your kiddos will learn about sharks and their environment and then use the information to take notes
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\$9.00
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Lines. Angles. Interactive materials. This resource is designed to provide interactive materials to act as teaching tools to define and explain geometry terms and rules, as well as to provide an opportunity for your students to experience hands-on
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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\$6.00
3 ratings
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This resource provides the opportunity for students to create and use an interactive flip book to demonstrate what a multiple is and how to discern multiples of a given number. Students create their own interactive flip books to illustrate the
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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\$2.75
11 ratings
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Decimals and Place Value contains anchor charts and practice opportunities to read and write numbers in decimal form. This resource features: -2 anchor charts -worksheets with answer keys -32 task cards with student response sheets and teacher's
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\$4.00
6 ratings
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Students will love learning about map skills with printables, interactive foldables, and puzzles. Two levels of some tasks are provided for differentiated instruction. Topics covered are Tools to Interpret a Map The Equator Latitude Tropic of
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\$6.00
5 ratings
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Finding Multiples, Prime Factorization and Factor Trees: The Bundle contains two resources in one. Finding factors and finding multiples are often confusing concepts. Anchor charts, practice problems and hands-on learning provide students with the
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\$6.00
\$4.80
5 ratings
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This gigantic bundle is an awesome addition to your US states unit. Five separate resources are all contained in the bundle. Your kids will have fun with the activities, have knowledge of state facts and geography, learn the state capitals, and
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\$15.95
\$12.25
3 ratings
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Your students will enjoy this interactive flip flap book to record researched information about 8 planets of the solar system. There is one page for each planet requiring students to record what they have learned. Fun fact cards provide students
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\$4.00
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This big bundle of interactive geography materials covering concepts and vocabulary will give your kids the skills they need to work in the content area. Do your kids know what an isthmus is? Do they know where the International Dateline is? Can
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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\$13.00
\$9.95
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Freebie. Classifying angles. The anchor chart and interactive foldable contained in this freebie are part of my larger unit “Geometry: Lines and Angles.” The manipulative is designed to act as a teaching tool to 1) define and explain how angles are
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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FREE
36 ratings
4.0
Celebrate President's Day! Be sure your kids understand how the three branches of the American government work together. The foldable manipulative in this resource is fun and kids will learn a lot about the government too. It's a perfect choice to
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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FREE
64 ratings
4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a retired Special Education teacher with over 20 years experience teaching grades 1 through 8 in elementary and middle school settings. I started out teaching special kids in a self-contained classroom and eventually moved to a resource room. Later, I was invited to teach graduate level courses for the Literacy Department at a Long Island, NY college. I loved teaching the aspiring teachers as well as those veteran teachers who wanted a master’s degree in literacy or special education. When I retired from public school the Director of Special Services asked me to return on a part-time basis to become the district’s first official teacher mentor for new Special Education teachers. That was a great way to continue to share with new teachers. Unfortunately, this position ended when the district had economic problems, like many other districts, and had layoffs for the first time in decades. No new teachers, no need for a mentor. That was a very sad day for all, mostly the kids.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Even though I am retired, I will always be a Special Education teacher at heart. When creating resources my goal is always to prepare lessons that encourage even the most reluctant learners to become active participants. My materials require students to engage in hands-on learning and provide opportunities for them to experience success so they want to participate. Teachers need to turn reluctant learners into can-do kids.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Graduated with Special Education departmental honors

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Elementary Education, N-6; BA in Special Education; MS Literacy Education, K-12