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Pythagorean Theorem Notes and BingoNotes and a bingo game are included to teach or review the Pythagorean Theorem concept. The notes cover identifying parts of a right triangle, proving a right triangle given three sides, finding a missing side to
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Middle School Math Activities BundleWhat does this bundle contain?This bundle contains 87 activities in my store related to Middle School Math. They are most appropriate for grades 6 and 7, but can be used with grade 8 as well. Sold separately,
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Algebra 2 Curriculum: Activities BundleWhat is included in this bundle?This bundle contains 79 activities to supplement and align with myAlgebra 2 Curriculum. Click on the preview to view these activities. If purchased separately, these items total
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Simplifying Expressions (Distribute & Combine Like Terms) BingoThis is a PowerPoint game that can be used with a Smart Board, or just used through a projector. It is a great way for students to practice simplifying expressions. Students will
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Slope Formula: Notes, Partner Activity, & PuzzleThis product includes the following three resources:1) Cornell Notes on the Slope Formula - These notes are organized and easy to follow, giving students a good understanding of slope. An answer
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Exponent Rules Koosh Ball GameThis is a PowerPoint Koosh Ball game to play with the Smart Board that reviews all properties exponent (product, power, quotient, negative exponent, etc). There are also application problems related to finding perimeter
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Koosh Ball Game Template - For ALL Ages and Subjects This PowerPoint game can be played with students of all ages and for all subject areas. I typically divide the class into two teams. They use a Koosh Ball to aim for the colored circles. When
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Direct Variation Notes and Bingo GameStudents are introduced to the basics of direct variation through organized notes. They discover the concept of a constant ratio when given ordered pairs and tables. The notes also cover identifying direct
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Factoring Polynomials Spin to Win Game This is another one of my favorite PowerPoint game creations! Using the Smart Board, students touch the center of the wheel to "spin", then touch it again to stop. If you do not have a Smart Board, you can
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Linear Equations Activities Bundle Graphing and writing linear equations is a major component to the Algebra curriculum. I have taken 20 of my most fun and engaging activities and bundled them together. Click the links below to view each
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Systems of Equations Bingo: This PowerPoint game reviews solving systems of equations. It can be played with a Smart Board in which students can aim for a fly with a koosh ball. Or, if you do not have a Smart Board, you can play it with a projector
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Quadratic Equations Activities Bundle This bundle contains the following ten activities to use throughout the quadratic equations unit. Click the links to view each activity: 1) Graphing Quadratic Equations - Stations Activity 2) Solving
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Angle Relationships (Vertical, Complementary, Supplementary, Linear Pair, Perpendicular Lines) Bingo Game This is a PowerPoint game that can be used with a Smart Board, or just used through a projector. This is a super fun way for students to
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Spin to Win Game Template - For ALL Ages and Subjects This Power Point game can be played with students of all ages and for all subject areas. I typically divide the class into two teams. They tap the center of the wheel if using an interactive
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Order of Operations Spin to Win GameThis is a really fun Power Point game to practice and review the order of operations. You can play this with a Smart Board in which students come up to the board to tap the screen, or with a projector where
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Practice writing linear equations with this dynamic PowerPoint game in which fish really do swim around the screen! Students can throw a Koosh ball at the Smart Board, come up to the board and tap on a fish, or you can use the game with a projector
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Multi-Step Equations Koosh Ball GameIncluded in this bundle:(1) Cornell Notes on how to solve multi-step equations (without variables on both sides, I do that the next day with a scavenger hunt activity). The answer key to the notes is included.(2)
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Students practice graphing linear equations given in slope-intercept form and standard form with this s is a PowerPoint bingo game. Vertical and horizontal lines are also included. Directions to play the game:1) First, distribute the bingo board
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Polynomials Operations Gone Fishin' Game This is a super fun PowerPoint game to practice operations with polynomials. Students can either aim for the fish with a Koosh Ball (if playing with a Smart Board), or come up to the computer to select a
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Radical Operations Bingo This bingo game was created for students to review operations with radicals, including: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. Rationalizing the denominator is required for division. All answers are written in
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught Math 8, Algebra, Honors Algebra, and Geometry here in Virginia!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a fan of structured notes that are easy to for students to read, followed by lots of fun activities to keep them engaged and practice their new skills! I am ALWAYS looking for new ideas that present concepts to my students in a fun and exciting way. I believe that the appearance of what we give our students matters greatly. In a day where we are competing with the newest gadgets, we need to grab their attention and interests.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from the State University of New York at Brockport in 2006 with a degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Education.

Originally from Orchard Park, NY, I relocated to Virginia with my husband, and our two young boys. I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, and Geometry to 8th graders and LOVE IT! Not only is teaching my passion, but also creating materials that students can relate to, find more appealing, and make learning more fun.