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A fantastic way to practice perimeter, area and volume! Can be used for up to four players. I use buttons for markers and keep a small wipe off board nearby for working out problems. It has really helped my students to differentiate between
Subjects:
Math, Geometry
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Activities, Games, Math Centers
\$1.50
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Use this sheet to reinforce probability vocabulary like ratios, more/less/equally likely, fair/unfair, certain and impossible. Simple graphics make it easy for students to understand.
Subjects:
Math, Other (Math)
2nd, 3rd, 4th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Homework
\$1.00
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Scale graphics help students to understand the concept of equalities. I use this sheet as reinforcement once this concept has been introduced.
Subjects:
Math, Algebra, Basic Operations
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Worksheets, Handouts, Assessment
\$1.00
1 rating
4.0
I usually set up a little standup (included) to remind students of the rules for adding and subtracting integers during this game. This particular bingo game works best in pairs, so I only included 2 bingo sheets. My students really enjoy playing
Subjects:
Algebra, Basic Operations, Math Test Prep
4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Assessment, Games, Math Centers
\$1.50
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Here's a fun way to review multiplication and division of fractions in pairs! Fraction Frenzy is played like "Connect Four". After students solve a problem from one of the squares, they place a token (like a button or eraser) onto their square. The
Subjects:
Fractions
4th, 5th, 6th, Homeschool
Types:
Computation, Games, Math Centers
\$1.00
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What is the difference between a factor and a multiple? This game really helps my students to distinguish between factors and multiples! Playing "war" to find the GCF and the LCM (LCD) is a great way to get their minds "in gear" for reducing/
Subjects:
Fractions
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, Homeschool
Types:
Minilessons, Games, Math Centers
\$1.50
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My students love these puzzles! Their faces glow with pride as they tell their parents they are "doing algebra"! This set includes 3 levels of puzzles: page 1 has basic multiplication, addition, and subtraction, page 2 has basic division,
Subjects:
Algebra, Basic Operations, Decimals
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Worksheets, Computation, Math Centers
\$2.50
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This is an exciting game for two players! It is played like "Connect Four". Students need to get four in a row to win. You will need some type of markers (like buttons or checkers) and a spinner or 12 sided die. Great for younger students who are
Subjects:
Arithmetic, Mental Math
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
Types:
Games, Math Centers
FREE
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Great for review of basic division facts for up to four players! You'll just need some tokens (like buttons/checkers/erasers, etc.) and a 12-sided die (or a spinner). Students roll the die (or spin the spinner) and use it as a "quotient" for the
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations
3rd, 4th, 5th
Types:
Activities, Games, Math Centers
\$1.50
not yet rated
Here are two worksheets that I use regularly for my students who are beginning algebra. Simple shapes make the problems more visually appealing. Hope they work well for you, too!
Subjects:
Algebra
5th, 6th, 7th, Homeschool
Types:
Worksheets, Homework, Math Centers
\$1.00
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My students enjoy this colorful version of the Place Value chart. They place foam numbers (refrigerator magnets would work, too- or they could just write and erase numbers) right on the board to create different decimals. Little "Dewey" decimal
Subjects:
Decimals
3rd, 4th, 5th
Types:
Handouts, Graphic Organizers, Clip Art
FREE
1 rating
4.0
I use this quiz as a tool to find out what my students have retained and what they need to review for decimals. It covers place value, basic identification, values, rounding decimals, word form, comparing and ordering decimals, addition and
Subjects:
Decimals
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Examinations - Quizzes, Worksheets, Math Centers
\$1.50
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My students beg me to play this game! It is an excellent review of the basic parts of speech and punctuation! I even use it to assess individual students. Grammar Pie is played like "Trivial Pursuit". I recommend that you print to cards on colored
Subjects:
English Language Arts, Grammar, Test Preparation
3rd, 4th, 5th
Types:
Assessment, Games, Literacy Center Ideas
\$5.00
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What a fantastic way to get to know students and to determine their learning styles! "Chibis" are little cartoon characters with big heads and little bodies that originated from Japan. I made these so that each child could have their own character
Subjects:
Graphic Arts, Back to School, Classroom Community
Types:
Printables, Bulletin Board Ideas, Clip Art
\$5.00
not yet rated
If you're looking for some basic, easy-to-read, clean money practice worksheets, you've come to the right place! I use these sheets with my students to practice counting coins, comparing money amounts and finding equivalent amounts of money. Enjoy!
Subjects:
Arithmetic, Other (Math), Math Test Prep
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Types:
Worksheets, Homework, Math Centers
\$3.00
not yet rated
Here's a basic bingo game that I have students play in pairs (or with a TA). Included is a set of cards, two bingo game boards and a standup to help remind them how to find the radius, diameter and circumference. Great for review, extra practice, or
Subjects:
Geometry
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Activities, Games, Math Centers
\$2.00
not yet rated
Chibis are cute little cartoon characters with big heads and little bodies that originated from Japan. Here is a blank chibi you can personalize for your classroom! My teacher freinds and I had fun with these! Many of us had our own chibi posted
Subjects:
Back to School
Types:
Fun Stuff, Clip Art, By TpT Sellers for TpT Sellers
FREE
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"Chibis" are little cartoon characters with big heads and little bodies that originated from Japan. I made these so that each child could have their own character to display during the school year. My students love to color the chibi of their
Subjects:
Back to School
Types:
Fun Stuff, Bulletin Board Ideas, Clip Art
\$3.00
not yet rated
What is the difference between "place" and "value"? This board game boosts students' comprehension of "place" and "value" up to the hundred thousands place. Also, it gives extra practice with expanded form. Players get to pick a dog to walk and earn
Subjects:
Math, Math Test Prep, Place Value
2nd, 3rd, 4th
Types:
Activities, Games, Math Centers
\$3.99
not yet rated
Here's a freebie that I use all the time! Just laminate it or place it in a clear plastic folder and have students write digits into the chart using a dry erase marker. The "comma" is a pet dog who says, "thousand" when he barks. *grin* This helps
Subjects:
Math, Place Value
2nd, 3rd, 4th
Types:
Handouts, Printables, Math Centers
FREE
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught 3rd Grade in Virginia for 16 years. During that time, I worked with children with learning disabilities in an inclusion setting as well as gifted students in a gifted cluster classroom. Currently, I tutor chlidren from Pre-K through 5th grade in Newport Beach, California.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe learning should be fun! Children retain best when their emotions are connected to their learning experience. What better way to learn than by playing games? I'm also a firm believer that teachers need to engage students through their senses as much as possible. Games provide great visuals as well as kinesthetic and auditory reinforcement.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Freed- Hardeman University with a BS in Elementary Education. Also, I have an LD endorsement from Old Dominion University and a Gifted Endorsement form the University of Virginia.