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REVISED! 5th edition is now 152 pages! This bundled edition includes many new activities (such as Literary Genre Card Games) and significant revisions to format, graphics, and activities. It also includes several packets sold separately: Book
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Open your students’ eyes about what it REALLY costs for a holiday dinner! This 32-page math activity packet is filled with thought provoking questions and data for students to analyze. Activity 1 is based on comparative data from the American
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Have some real fun with your students as they follow three imaginary witches along in planning their Halloween Party! Students give Gizelda, Esmerelda, and Dapper some help with pumpkins, cooking, and decorating and, in the process, use logic to
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Go Back to School with some logic problems that involve your students in a “find the number” exploration. In this 21-page packet, students simulate some typical back to school activity scenarios as they try to find a solution to the question posed
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Time for some Thanksgiving-themed activities --traveling, serving at a dinner, shopping Black Friday, attending a parade, making Thankful Lists. In this 18-page packet, students use logic to solve math problems about these activities. They also
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Let students share reading experiences in a fun, self-guided group of peers by using these Book Discussion Task Cards for small group discussion of ANY novel. Individuals in the group may all discuss the same book OR they may each be reading and
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How does a witch tell time? With her witch watch of course! Keep your students engaged during Halloween time with this 89-page packet filled with fun poetry, puzzles, and writing. The packet includes whole-class lesson plans, activity sheets, and
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Get your students on-task and engaged in science learning from the moment class begins! This 41-page packet includes short writing starters on Catastrophic Events and Weather themes. They are designed to get students thinking and to review and
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SOLVE IT! This 12-page math packet for January is the perfect way to get the attention of students right away. Use the problems to sharpen problem-solving skills and reinforce computation skills. The packet includes notes to the teacher, 7 pages
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Liven up your Veterans’ Day lessons with this logic activity packet that features Mayor Cortez and his big problem for the Veterans’ Day community ceremony, and use the activity as an introduction to discussion about the US branches of military
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Peek inside Santa’s Workshop to solve logic problems involving making toy trains, Elf Cookie Breaks, Reindeer bells, Santa/Elf Football, and Mrs. Claus’ cookies. In this 18-page packet, students use logic to find a mystery number related to these
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What to do in Spring? Plant flowers of course! With this packet, you can focus student attention on math as they use logic to solve some spring gardening scenarios. During the process, students also practice divisibility rules, identify prime and
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SNOW DAY! No School! Who can resist the fun opportunities of an unexpected vacation? With this packet, you can focus student attention on math as they use logic to solve some Snow Day scenarios. During the process, students also practice
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Spice up your November math with this logic activity packet that features Grandma’s Thanksgiving Dilemma: WHO sits WHERE at the dinner table? This real-life problem provides students practice in deduction and requires them to consider the
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Here’s a great Grandparents Day learning activity for partners or small groups! How many words can your students make when they scramble the letters in Honor Grandparents? This puzzle activity will provide lots of discussion and competition for the
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Let your student detectives figure out the Witches Halloween predicament when Gizelda throws a party! This logic activity packet includes a statement of the problem (Gizelda can’t figure out who brought what to her party), a list of information and
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Planning for Fall? Constitution Day is September 17. Energize your students with this fun activity as you meet the educational mandate to observe Constitution Day! This puzzle activity provides lots of discussion and competition for the most
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Here’s a chance to inject some logic into a romantic themed holiday! In this 18-page packet, students solve problems with a Valentine scenario –from Valentine Cookie Sales to parties—as they practice using a logical method to solve problems, use
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Liven up your holiday math with this logic activity packet that features a big mistake by Santa: WHO gets WHICH Elf Award? Santa FORGOT to say. This imaginary holiday problem has students sorting through Santa’s notes to put together an Elf Award
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End dull book reports and differentiate peer book reviews! With this project, students create a trifold pamphlet selling the novel they read to their peers. Completed projects make a colorful and captivating bulletin board that focuses student
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My teaching experience includes 25 years as a K-12 teacher, curriculum administrator, and district federal/state programs administrator. As a teacher, I specialized in middle school language arts and mathematics. Since retiring from the K-12 system, I have been teaching curriculum and education courses at the bachelors' and masters' degree levels as well as supervising student teachers. I am also a successful grant writer, specializing in competitive state and federal grant projects. As a private contractor, I also work to help teachers who need assistance to improve their skills.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I prefer project-based learning, cooperative groups, and teamwork. I firmly believe all students can learn and it is the teacher's responsibility to find the key to get students involved. Positive relationships are essential to a good learning environment. I love teaching at all levels, but middle schoolers are my absolute favorite!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Honor student at every level of my personal education (grade school, high school, undergraduate college, post graduate degrees) Selected as outstanding graduate student in masters degree program Honored as Outstanding Teacher by Education Students Selected for local community leaders cadre Served as school commissioner Served on Board of Directors for Metropolitan "Think Tank"

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I firmly believe it's essential for all teachers to remember that we teach STUDENTS not subjects.