Alba's Angle on Math

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This activity includes a story mat, counter ladybugs, four addition and four subtraction story problems, and suggestions for use with your students. It is interactive and fun AND can be used as a workstation! TEKS: K(3)(A) K(3)(B) K(3)(C) Can be
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations, Numbers
Kindergarten, 1st
Types:
Activities, Minilessons, Math Centers
CCSS:
K.OA.A.1, K.OA.A.3
\$1.00
8 ratings
3.9
This is a lesson for teachers to follow when introducing the concept of adding fractions with unlike denominators. It includes discussion questions with expected and wanted student answers. Not only do you receive teacher notes, you will also
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations, Fractions
5th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Computation, Cooperative Learning
CCSS:
5.NF.A.1, 5.NF.A.2
\$1.50
1 rating
4.0
Engage students in a math game about money! Students not only get to practice solving problems with money, they get to practice adding and subtracting with decimals!
Subjects:
Other (Math), Word Problems, Decimals
4th, 5th
Types:
Activities, Games, Math Centers
\$1.50
1 rating
4.0
This full lesson introduces representing multiplication of two two-digit numbers. A set of Multiplication Match Cards is included. Multiple uses are explained for these including a game! This lesson includes: Teacher notes Student
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations, Numbers
4th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Math Centers, Cooperative Learning
CCSS:
4.NBT.B.5
\$2.50
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Twelve Fraction Workstation cards are included. These would be great to print out and laminate so the students can write on them and erase once they are done! The following manipulatives are used throughout these activities: - Cuisenaire Rods -
Subjects:
Math, Fractions, Critical Thinking
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Types:
Activities, Math Centers, Cooperative Learning
\$4.00
1 rating
4.0
Activities and suggested teacher questions are provided for measuring length in the 1st grade. Included are: 1 formative assessment 7 more suggested activities - activity masters included where appropriate
Subjects:
Math, Measurement
1st
Types:
Unit Plans, Activities
\$3.50
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This resource includes 10 practice questions, including 7 multiple choice and 3 open-ended questions. An answer key is included with suggested student responses. These questions are aligned to those standards that address order of operations and
Subjects:
Math, Algebra, Order of Operations
5th
Types:
Examinations - Quizzes, Worksheets, Assessment
CCSS:
5.NF.A.1, 5.NF.A.2
\$1.00
1 rating
4.0
This is a freebie that includes four evaluation questions over multiplying and dividing fractions and whole numbers! Two are multiple choice and two are free response! This can be used to assess how your students are doing with multiplying and
Subjects:
Fractions, Math Test Prep, Word Problems
5th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Homework
CCSS:
5.NF.B.4a, 5.NF.B.6, 5.NF.B.7b
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I spent much of my career as an intervention teacher for grades six through eight. I also served as a math instructional coach and district curriculum writer. From there, I went on to become a math specialist at an education service center here in Texas. I had the privilege to work with both kindergarten through fifth grade students and educators throughout the greater Houston area and even throughout Texas! I am currently staying home with my little ones and acting as a math consultant at a few elementary campuses on the side.

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I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Science with a focus on Mathematics Education and my Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Mathematics. Both of my degrees are from the University of Houston! Go Coogs’!