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What is the key buzz word among students right now? That's right....The Hunger Games!! The books are amazing, the movie is amazing, and students are obsessed with them. I've taken this opportunity to use this obsession to help them practice their
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This is a bundle of four I Have/ Who Has games. There is one game for adding integers, one for subtracting integers, one for multiplying integers, as well as one for dividing integers. This is a great tool to use to check for understanding. Students
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This packet includes four "fortune tellers" each having to deal with the different equations to solve. One solving equations that only have addition, one with subtraction, one with multiplication, and one with division. Use one or all of them with
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This is an AMAZING way to make sure your students are understanding how to find points on a graph. It is a quick review check. Students are given a coordinate graphing board and each student in the class is given an "I Have/ Who Has" card. My
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This is a SUPER cute way to get your students to practice the skill of reducing fractions! They choose the pieces they want to place on their "potato", reduce the fraction on those pieces, color, cut, and then glue those pieces on their potato. My
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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This activity is a self-guided, cooperative learning activity that lets the students build their own decimal numbers. The individual worksheet guides them to round and estimate the answer, multiply the actual decimal numbers, and then they come
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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I absolutely love teaching decimals. I have learned over the years that if you teach for deep understanding of concepts, students pick up on the harder aspects of that concept much easier. This packet uses base 10 blocks to teach adding,
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This packet is a set of eight fortune teller / cootie catchers. There are two games each of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers. There is also a recording sheet for students to put the problems and their answers in order for
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In this packet, you will learn how I teach converting fractions, decimals, and percents using base 10 blocks. Students love it and find it extremely easy.
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This is an amazingly fun game that will have students finding the value of twenty-four order of operation problems all while thinking they are "just playing a game." This game is played in pairs. It comes with an instruction sheet, twenty-four
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This is a fun game to reinforce adding integers. Students are placed in pairs with a deck of the prepared cards. They will both flip over a card at the same time and quickly find the value of both cards. The player to "whack" the card with the
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This is a fun, competitive game that has students practicing fraction multiplication in the best way possible! They will love it, I promise! Students compete to see who can multiply their fractions the fastest.
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This is a great coordinate graph picture. Most kids love, love, love The Fairy OddParents, so this is Timmy Turner, the main character. There are whole numbers and halves to make it a little more difficult. Your students will love this one!
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Teaching Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Using Fraction Bars This set includes: *set of fraction bars *instructions for teaching students how to change mixed numbers to improper fractions and changing improper fractions to mixed numbers
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This is a great game that follows the same rules as the childhood classic card game "Go Fish". The difference is that instead of having numbers or pictures that students pair, they have integer subtraction problems that they must figure the value
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This is a game I made based off the loved book series "The Hunger Games." It is the game "Battleship" tweaked a bit. My students LOVED this!! It is a great reinforcement for teaching students to graph points on the coordinate graph.
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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37 ratings
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This is a super fun activity in which students "shop" around the classroom for a variety of food items. They practice the skills of rounding, multiplying, and adding decimals. This set includes fourteen posters of food items, an "express check out"
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This is a fun game to reinforce adding integers. Students are placed in pairs with a deck of the prepared cards. They will both flip over a card at the same time. The player to "whack" the card with the greatest value wins that round. The bright
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This is a great way for your students to practice the skill of multiplying fractions. Students are given a card with a problem on it. They must go around the room looking for problems from other students until they have either found all of them or
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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45 ratings
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This is a great activity that goes with the new book in the Sir Cumference series. The book is titled Sir Cumference and the Viking's Map. It is a story that correlates with coordinate graphing. The activity I made to go along with the book is a
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my fifteenth year to teach.

MY TEACHING STYLE

In my teaching, I incorporate as many hands-on manipulatives, cooperative learning activities, and games as I can possibly fit in to the schedule. Nothing makes me more excited than seeing students working together and learning together.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the year, Schools Attuned certified, Great Expectations certified.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a degree in Business management as well as a math education degree.