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# Cydney Kramer- Teach Like a Boss

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United States - Colorado - Pueblo West
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A great hands on activity with NO PREP time that reinforces the drawing and identifying of three-dimensional shapes. This lesson also brings to life a real world link with geometry. This resource is wonderful for middle school and high school and
Subjects:
Geometry, Measurement, Visual Arts
8th, 9th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Activities, Fun Stuff, Minilessons
CCSS:
7.G.A.2
\$2.00
5
Little Prep Time needed. This MathUNO is great for interventions or an add on to reteach the concept of converting between percents, decimals, and fractions. There are 192Â cardsÂ in thisÂ MUNOÂ deck. There are four wild cards and four different
Subjects:
Math Test Prep, Fractions, Decimals
5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Test Prep, Minilessons, Games
\$2.00
3
A no prep activity that allows students to make connection on how perimeter and area are affected by a change in dimension. Students must have background knowledge on multiplying fractions, adding fractions, perimeter, and area.
Subjects:
Fractions, Geometry, Measurement
6th, 7th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.G.A.1, 7.G.A.1, 7.G.A.2
\$2.00
1
This worksheet contains 4 multi-step problems that practice discounts. *converting percent to decimal * multiplication with decimals * subtracting decimals * real world links
Subjects:
Math, Applied Math, Decimals
8th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Assessment
\$0.50
2
Career Cards- Looking through the Classifieds, Includes five slides that make math relevant to the real world by applying it to possible career choices. You can use them as test prep, bell ringers, GT, problem of the week, extra credit or for early
Subjects:
Math, Applied Math, Math Test Prep
8th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Math Centers, Test Prep, Interactive Whiteboard
\$1.00
2
An exciting lesson that uses a story in order to plot longitude and latitude locations on a map. It also allows students to understand the differences between warm and cold currents and their movement throughout the Earth. This lesson can be taught
Subjects:
Geography, Graphing, Earth Sciences
Homeschool, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Activities
\$2.50
\$2.00
This lesson is to re-enforce the concept of solving proportions (cross multiplying) using small groups , partners, or even individuals while allowing students to practice the concept in an independent way. This activity takes the idea of a
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations, Decimals
8th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Cooperative Learning, Test Prep, Computation
\$2.00
4
This hands on activity allows students to understand the differences between theoretical and experimental probability by first solving for theoretical probability then actually completing the experimental probability.
Subjects:
Applied Math, Fractions, Word Problems
6th, 7th
Types:
Activities, Minilessons, Homework
\$2.00
2
This is a no prep sheet that strictly focuses on working with decimals. It can be used as a bell ringer, math Intervention sheet, or class assignment. Students will do the following: write decimals is word form, write decimals in expanded notation,
Subjects:
Math, Applied Math, Decimals
Homeschool, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Computation
CCSS:
6.NS.B.3, MP4
\$1.00
1
A great hands on activity with no prep time that reinforces the drawing and identifying of Polygons. This Lesson also includes a small project working by piecing together polygons in order to create a larger picture! Prep time: 0 minutes Class Time:
Subjects:
Math, Geometry, Arts
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Activities, Fun Stuff, Minilessons
CCSS:
5.G.B.4, 6.G.A.3
\$1.50
This is a no prep lesson that focuses on the importance of following the steps in the order of operations. Just like building a boat if your forget a step by not following the correct order, the boat will sink! very much like a math problem if you
Subjects:
Math, Applied Math, Vocabulary
8th, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Projects, Activities
CCSS:
6.G.A.4, 6.NS.C.7, 6.EE.A.1, 6.EE.A.3
\$2.00
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A free resource to organize your daily math intervention plans (editable). This also includes send home parent notes to inform them of what each student could possibly do to improve their skills within the classroom (editable).
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Lesson Plans (Individual)
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching math and science to middle school students for that past four years and I could not imagine doing anything different. My minor is in science, however my passions is in teaching math. I have taught 5th, 6th, 7th, and 9th grade math curriculum. I have attended developmental classes on RTI, ESS, Autism, Irlene syndrome, and much more. I believe if I can take all methods of teaching that I can hopefully reach every student in the classroom using different methods. That is about as much as my "certified" experience goes. However, I truly believe I have learned so much more important lessons and experiences in the classroom with my students.I know these lessons all have taught me much more valuable experiences than any book could ever teach. For example, do not push a 1 inch pencil into an electric pencil sharpener because it will get stuck, If you open a can of soda in the classroom it.... will.... spill, how to dab appropriately, and allow an extra 3 minutes for ruler sword fights during measurement lessons.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I absolutely love what I do! I could not imagine doing anything else. My passion is teaching math, I believe that purple math can become easy with the right teacher and the right practice. I call my hard to understand math "purple" because I once read an e-card that contained a math problem that read "If you have 4 pencils and I have 7 apples then how many pancakes can fit on the roof? Purple because aliens donâ€™t wear hats" I loved this because I totally remember feeling this way a few times through my education. I understand that many days different students feel this way in math and feel the answer is purple because they absolutely have no idea. So if I can understand that every student struggles no matter who they are then I can become a resource rather than just a facilitator of information. I offer small group and differentiation to all students according to each student's ability to complete that specific concept that day. I believe this changes from day to day one student will master a concept one day and struggle on the next. keeping this in mind I never quit trying to lift math off the page and try new things within the classroom. I thought I would give this whole TPT thing a try hopefully to share and find new ideas/better ways to teach!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Besides being a teacher and loving math I have two beautiful children a one year old son and a six year old daughter. I also am blessed to be living with my best friend and biggest fan my husband Kevin. All together our household is loud, hungry ALWAYS and the perfect disaster. I struggle on days to balance everything but somehow everyone lives :). I wouldn't have it any other way!