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# Abby Sandlin

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Students will love practicing naming fractions on a number line with this fun scavenger hunt. There are 24 cards in the set. Cut apart and scatter these fraction cards around your classroom. Have students quietly walk around your room with the
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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\$2.50
422 ratings
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Have fun illustrating division with the story The Doorbell Rang, by Pat Hutchins. Your students will use Cookie Crisps (or another cereal) as a manipulative with The Doorbell Rang Activity Book. They will practice dividing 12 cookies between 2, 4,
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Reinforce your lessons with this Perimeter and Area Activity Pack! In this activity pack, students will find the area and perimeter of rectilinear/compound shapes. Use these activities as classwork, homework, partner problems, or cooperative
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142 ratings
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Have your students think critically about fiction and non-fiction texts with this 6 day mini unit. Your students will ask and answer questions about fables, realistic fiction, and informational texts, as well as create a culminating project using
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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\$6.00
147 ratings
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Reinforce the distributive property of multiplication with this great homework pack! This pack can also be used for classwork or be used as independent practice at a guided math center! Students will: Find "hidden arrays" within a larger
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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\$2.50
158 ratings
4.0
Get your students excited about the associative property of multiplication with this fun and interactive cut and paste activity! Students will solve problems using the associative property and then match them to the correct answer. They will cut out
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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\$1.50
100 ratings
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Looking for a fun way to introduce or review equivalent fractions in third or fourth grade? Have partners play Equivalent Fraction Match Up! Students take turns flipping over pairs of fraction cards. When they collect two equivalent fractions,
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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\$2.50
95 ratings
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Compare and contrast stories written by the same author about similar characters with these great journal pages. Students will track the author's books on a "Story Board" matrix page. They will compare and contrast the characters, theme, setting,
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68 ratings
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Create an inviting bulletin board display to accompany your 6 + 1 Traits of Writing lessons. This poster set includes: - Large Full-Color VOICES Letters and Subheadings - V : Voice/style - O : Organization - I : Ideas - C : Conventions - E :
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92 ratings
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After reading The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash, have your students practice sequencing events while discussing cause and effect with these three great activities. Includes: 1. 14 whole group sequencing cards from the story (with original clip
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Play this SCOOT or Scavenger Hunt style game with your students to practice measuring to the half and quarter inch using rulers. Students will then take the measurement data they collected and plot the measurements on a line plot. This game meets
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Teach commas in dates and addresses with this engaging and interactive story booklet and follow-up activity. Students will help Marty the mailman return all the missing commas to the addresses and dates of the letters he is delivering! Assess your
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80 ratings
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Your students will practice finding the perimeter and the area of rectangular, rectilinear, and compound shapes with this SCOOT or Scavenger Hunt style game. Includes: Title Page Standards Map How to Play 3 pages of cards (18 in all) Recording
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64 ratings
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Looking for ways to spice up multiplying single digits by multiples of ten? Use this activity pack as a supplemental resource to fit any of your classroom needs! Use fun and engaging worksheets as classwork or homework. You may even want to place
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57 ratings
4.0
Your students will love comparing fractions with this card game! Students will divide the cards equally between two players. After flipping their first fraction card, they will compare the two fractions. The player with the larger fraction takes
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49 ratings
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This Winter Themed Poetry and Reader's Theater unit is a fun way to teach the standard RL3.5. You can use this as rotations or as whole group mini-lessons. Rotations: If using this unit as rotations, simply print out the rotation cards and place
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39 ratings
4.0
Students will have a blast constructing their very own Mr. Fraction during math workstations or independent work time. Students will color various fractions detailed on the recording sheet then construct Mr. Fraction on construction paper. They will
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55 ratings
4.0
Spice up multiplication and division word problems with this fun writing game! Played in small groups or individually, students will draw an operation card with a fact family card. Your students will need to think critically in order to correctly
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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\$2.50
35 ratings
4.0
Have your students see equivalent fraction models in action with this great activity pack! Students will make their own fraction strips and use them to find different equivalent and not-equivalent fractions. Students will document their learning on
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\$4.00
53 ratings
4.0
Use these colorful posters to liven up your main idea lesson. Support your lesson with an umbrella and raindrop craftivity illustrating the main idea and supporting details of a text. This activity goes with the standards: RI.2.2, RI.3.2,
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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\$2.50
43 ratings
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I absolutely LOVE teaching, developing fun and interactive lessons, and seeing my sweet students each morning. I taught first grade for two years, but have found my home in third grade where I have been ever since! Most of my teaching experience has been in Title I schools. I couldn't imagine doing anything else.

MY TEACHING STYLE

As a teacher, I love to keep the students engaged and excited about what they are learning. I try to make each lesson one that I am excited about teaching, and one that if I were a student in my class, would be enthusiastic about learning. I try to keep a hands-on approach to the lessons that I create, while integrating technology as well as crafty ideas to keep the students excited.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2015-2016 Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S Early Childhood Education from KSU M.Ed Early Childhood Education - Reading Focus from Thomas University. Ed.S Reading Education - Georgia Southern University (Currently)

Hello! My name is Abby Sandlin! I am a third grade teacher from Woodstock, Georgia. I absolutely LOVE teaching and finding new, fresh ways to engage my third graders. Beyond teaching, I am a wife to my incredible husband and a life long learner.