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In Canada, we are no longer able to get pennies from the bank or at the store when we buy things. We need to learn to be able to round up or down when paying for things. Cashiers are learning how to make change without using pennies. For the time
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Money Word Problems For Kids These task cards are designed to help students practice using addition and subtraction skills to solve problems involving money. Word problems are often difficult for children because they need to be able to identify
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This is a set of worksheets to practice figuring out coin and bill combinations needed for shopping. It includes some items with prices and the money needs to be shown by the child. The penny has been removed in the Canadian version. This comes in
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This unit was developed with my class in order to create a real world experience using money today. It explores using debit cards, earning money, budgeting money, and learning how to purchase and sell things. It is hoped that this will provide
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This is an activity to practice working with coins and bills to count and recognize money and different combinations. It includes some samples, some worksheets, and some coins and bills to cut and use for practice. As we no longer issue pennies in
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This is an activity to practice working with coins and bills to count and recognize money and different combinations. It includes some samples, some worksheets, and some coins and bills to cut and use for practice. It is also available as an
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Canadian Coins Match Up This is a set of task cards that helps children to identify and count coins and match them up with the written form of the money amounts. Included are both colored and black and white versions. The first set of cards shows a
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This is an activity to practice working with coins and bills to count and recognize money and different combinations. It includes some samples, some worksheets, and some coins and bills to cut and use for practice. It is also available as a Canadian
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1st, 2nd, 3rd
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This is a set of worksheets to practice figuring out coin and bill combinations needed for shopping. It includes some items with prices and the money needs to be shown by the child. This comes in a version that uses Canadian currency as well. Check
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Regrouping is a difficult concept for some children to understand. Using manipulatives helps, but I find that using money makes it easier for the children to visualize the exchange of ones, tens and hundreds. It also connects them with real examples
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Regrouping is a difficult concept for some children to understand. Using manipulatives helps, but I find that using money makes it easier for the children to visualize the exchange of ones, tens and hundreds. It also connects them with real examples
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2nd, 3rd
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American Money Match Up This is a set of task cards that helps children to identify and count coins and bills and match them up with the written form of the money amounts. Included are both colored and black and white versions. The first set of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I began my teaching career almost 35 years ago teaching elementary music classes in both English and French. After doing this for a few years I began teaching in my own primary classroom. I have taught Grades 1, 2, and 3. I have just retired and I will continue volunteering at my last school where my grandsons are now attending. I still teach ukulele as an extra-curricular activity.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Positive self-esteem is very important to me and I spent a lot of time working with my students to help them develop a love of themselves and their talents that they can share with others. Many of our activities dealt with creating powerful, positive, confident, and caring people. I enjoy using technology in the classroom. Many activities incorporate computers, document cameras, and the projector. I use the Notebook software as well. I enjoy creating different projects for students to do that provide them with an opportunity to show their learning in a variety of ways. These projects have been highly successful and continue to be a great way to involve the families in the learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was humbled when told by former administrators that I was going to be missed when retiring. They had heard that I was doing amazing things in my classroom and that I always gave 110% to my students. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with so many master educators and learn from them.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my Bachelor of Education from the University of Victoria. I began teaching with a standard certificate in 1980 and then took classes every summer until I completed my professional certificate. As I incorporated my experience from teaching, I made several changes to the route I was going and I feel that this on-going learning helped me to become a better teacher.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I enjoy geocaching when I have the time. My caching name is Diamond Mom and this name has followed me into other areas. I am a co-director for Pacifica Ukes which is an honor ukulele organization in the Campbell River school district. I also assist my husband with two adult groups in the area. I would love to have you stop by my blog and my Facebook page to see what has been happening in my world.

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