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UPDATED! I have added a Flash SWF file to the bingo game. The ladybugs now disappear after being clicked and there are answers in the SWF file. You will want to open the SWF file with your internet browser. (I've included an instructional video
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This past year was my first year using common core state standards. I have been through a lot of professional development sessions and I've learned quite a bit from my students. Through these experiences I've created a new game I used as a review in
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My students were finding real numbers fairly easy so I wanted an activity where they could practice but also move around the classroom. I scoured the Internet but none of the activities I found were what I wanted :( I wanted something cute. I
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My students needed a lot of work ordering real numbers especially when they are ordering fractions. So I made a super fun game for the students to play while practicing this skill. The students will work together to put real numbers in order
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Fortune tellers are loved by all students! This fortune teller is used for practice with multiplication of integers.
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Hi everyone! This week the students have learned about rates, ratios, and proportions â€“ its been a busy and exciting week! Earlier in the week, I created a game for ratios, unit rates, and proportions. The game went over so well in my classroom
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I love teaching equations! I have numerous games, activities, and projects for all kinds of equations. Because I enjoy equations, my students do too. They're always asking if they can play an equation game or saying, "why can't we just do
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I love using math games to teach my students and reinforce skills they have learned. Hi Low Ordering Integers Math Game is a wonderfully fun way to introduce students to ordering integers using a math game. In this math game, students use their
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This is a cute game to introduce integers! Students will play in pairs and solve absolute value and opposite integer problems to win the game.
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Classifying Real Numbers always falls at the beginning of the school year for me. When I start teaching real numbers, I wanted students to have fun... I always want the students to have fun. But, there is more than math to be learned at the
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Students LOVE fortune tellers! This fortune teller contains subtraction of integer problems.
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Fortune tellers are loved by all students! This fortune teller is used for practice with addition of integers.
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Super FUN game with NO kicking! My students have so much fun with this game. Â The class is divided into two teams. Â Each of the teams will get a set of playing cards. Â Teams will attach the problems to their back (like a kick me note). Â Along with
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This activity helps students remember and learn absolute value. As the students enter the classroom, give each child a card. Then have the students find their partner- their absolute value associate. You can use these same cards throughout the
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I love fortune tellers! My students love them too! I have made several fortune tellers for my students and I have used them for years - They work very well. I have finally gotten all of these together and posted them to TPT. There are 7 fortune
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Three different classroom activities for learning integers. Includes ordering integers, comparing integers, and adding integers. (You could also have students subtract integers instead of adding.)
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Percent of a Number and Finding Percent of I love fortune tellers! My students love them too! I have made several fortune tellers for my students and I have used them for years - They work very well. I have finally gotten all of these together
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This is a cute game to introduce integers! Students will play in pairs and solve addition of integer problems to win the game.
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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I love this game and so do my students! It is based on the board game, Connect Four. Students try to get four markers in a row while honing their adding and subtracting integers skills. They'll have to think ahead to to block their
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The one-step equation packet introduces students to one-step equations. I use these activities after students have a firm grasp of expressions. It is a complete packet for one-step equations and takes about 4 days to complete. The packet
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I love middle school children! I have taught 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math, science, and technology. This is my 14th year of teaching. (2013) (Math, Science, and Technology)

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love hands-on activities and cooperative learning activities. I use as many games and manipulatives in my classroom as possible. Over the past two years, I been trained as a S.t.e.M. teacher leader. I believe S.t.e.M. activities are a GREAT way to have the students work and learn together!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

S.t.e.M. Teacher Leader, Online course facilitator for Troy University, Teacher Resources for Instructional Planning Leader, Curriculum Writing Project, School-Based Technology Team

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Austin Peay State University - Instructional Technology Highly Qualified - Middle School Math Austin Peay State University - Interdisciplinary Studies Memphis State University, Accounting

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