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Odd Number Out prompts ask students to do some fairly abstract thinking. Students are given a set of number and must decide what number does not belong justifying their answer. With multiple correct answers for each card, student must have a solid
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Arrow Math prompts ask students to do some fairly abstract thinking. Students must have a solid grasp of place value, counting on and back, as well as, adding and subtracting groups of ten. Without these foundations your students will struggle to
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In these already-solved word problems, students are asked to choose a correct answer, explain their thinking, and then, explain why a second answer is incorrect. These higher-order thinking problems are perfect for Q3 and Q4 as students are learning
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Number conversations can be built into your daily schedule as short, daily exercises aimed at building number sense. Number sense is the ability to understand numbers and quantities, to use numbers flexibly, and to perform calculations mentally.
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These Number Jar brain teasers require students to find which two or three numbers can be swapped so that both jars (or equations) are equal to one another. When working with these problems, students are integrating their understanding of addition,
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Flexibility in number thinking is a critical skills in beginning mathematicians. Students must understand that 7 can be made from 4 and 3, 2 and 5, 6 and 1, or 7 and 0. The prompts in this resource, provide students a "Target Number" and ask
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Equality in math can be an incredibly difficult concept for our students, but it is a critical one. Our Primary Leaders must understand that numbers can be composed and decomposed in a variety of ways. These number balances are the perfect way to
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An important part of teaching primary students is to build number fluency and flexibility. Students should be able to encounter numbers in a variety of formats and engage with them in a variety of ways. During our Representing Numbers conversations,
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As students become skilled mathematicians, they understand that numbers have meaning. Numbers can represent quantities, a solution to a problem, or even a way to improve lives. Word problems help students realize the power and reality of numbers.
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The 100s chart offers a concrete visual of place value and how numbers are composed. While students learn to subitize dot patterns, they can also learn to subitize larger quantities when looking at them in terms of 10s and 1s. If students can
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Subitizing is the ability to quickly identify the number in a group of objects without individually counting the objects. Subitizing is a concrete way to explore composing and decomposing numbers. Students will see dot patterns in different ways,
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**This task-card set can be purchased in a BUNDLE at a discounted price here.** Doubles Plus 2 is one important addition strategy students learn in first grade. It gives students an easy starting place when given a tricky near-doubles
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These differentiated geo board task cards specifically help students master partitioning larger shapes into composite shapes. Within this resource, there are 3 levels of task cards each with 12 tasks, helping to meet the needs of every learner in
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Making 10 to Add and Subtract, as well as, Doubles Plus 1 and 2 are a few of the many important addition strategies students learn in first grade. These strategies give students an easy starting place when tasked with solving an addition/subtraction
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**This task-card set can be purchased in a BUNDLE at a discounted price here.** Doubles Plus 1 is one important addition strategy students learn in first grade. It gives students an easy starting place when given a tricky near-doubles
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**This task-card set can be purchased in a BUNDLE at a discounted price here.** Making 10 to Subtract is one of the most important mathematical skills students build in first grade. It gives students a starting place when subtracting and base 10
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**This task-card set can be purchased in a BUNDLE at a discounted price here.** Making 10 to Add is one of the most important mathematical skills students build in first grade. It gives students a starting place when adding and base 10 becomes a
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These 28 task cards are just-right 3-addend practice for my 1st grade mathematicians and are aligned with CCSS 1.OA.A.1 In this resource: • 28 task cards (4 per page) • Student recording sheet (one with a numberline and one without a number line) •
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Perfect for the end of the year, you'll find 6 engaging, bumped-up, spiral-review centers. They are aligned with the 1st Grade CCSS but may also be useful for some second grade friends. Included in this resource... *Fill the Tanks (sequencing
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Hi, friends! I am Catherine Reed, and I am just beginning my journey in education. My first year I taught 5th grade ELA in a 1:1 classroom. Then, I explored 1st grade in my dream district for two year, and am now teaching a K/1 combination class. I am in love with teaching and creating engaging products for my students!

MY TEACHING STYLE

With 30 iPads and 30 kiddos in each of my classes, technology and hands-on learning rule! Everyday I teach 3 classes of reading, 1 class of writing, and 1 class of Reading Intervention.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I grew up in the public school system and attended a lovely private, liberal arts school in Kentucky. While in college, I had the opportunity to live abroad (London) where I earned a double major in Elementary Education and Government!

I am from Providence, Rhode Island but have grown up in the wonderful bluegrass state of Kentucky! I love beautiful old barns and my bell-pepper plant, Mascato.