Always a Teacher at Heart

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Always a Teacher at Heart
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This is the poem Smart by Shel Silverstein presented in an animated powerpoint. This can be used in Language Arts or math during money unit.
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This powerpoint uses ten frames to illustrate how fast tens can be used to help students figure out addition problems which involve 9.
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Students will practice spelling words by making shapes that match the shape of the word.
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This is a powerpoint designed to give students practice recognizing place value blocks and the numbers they represent. The numbers in this presentation are equal to less than 1000.
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This is a form to take a five word spelling test. Included is a space for a challenge word and a dictated or student created sentence.
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This powerpoint introduces students to the calculations needed to mentally add the values of coins. The numbers 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 are placed randomly on a page, and students add the numbers together and then discuss with each other the thinking
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This powerpoint introduces students to the calculations needed to mentally add the values of coins. The numbers 1, 5, 10, and 25 are placed randomly on a page, and students add the numbers together and then discuss with each other the thinking
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This is an original poem written to help students learn to identify by name, color, and size the four basic coins:penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. As students arrange the coins to make a silver snowman, they see the relative size of the silver
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