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10 More-10 Less Card Game Fun If your students need practice finding 10 more or 10 less from any number under 120, then these Center Activities are just what you need. This set addresses the Common Core Math Standard- 1.NBT.C.5 Given a two-digit
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Equal Sign True or False Addition and Subtraction Fun is a quick and easy learning center game to make. The game is based on the First Grade Common Core Standard 1.OA.7. Understand the meaning of the equal sign, and determine if equations involving
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3D Shapes and Attributes Fun is a 75 card set of 3D shape attributes. The shapes included are: cube, rectangular prism, cone, sphere, square pyramid, cylinder and non-defined. There are 3 activities included in this set to provide fun practice for
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2D Shapes and Attributes Fun is a 54 card set of 2D shape attributes. The shapes included are: circle, triangle, rectangle square, trapezoid, rhombus and hexagon. There are 2 activities included in this set to provide fun practice for your
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Adding 10 Cupcake Fun This sweet little center is loads of fun. Students match the cupcake frosted top problem with the cupcake bottom answer. There is even an adorable 120-cupcake chart included for those students who haven’t mastered adding 10
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Do your students need extra practice with understanding the concept of Part-Part-Whole? Then you need to add this Center package to your collection of Math Centers. Instructional materials are also included for modeling how the two parts must equal
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Greater Than Less Than True or False Sorting Fun Greater Than Less Than True or False Sorting Fun is a cute sorting activity to help your students become proficient in using the >, < signs and telling whether a greater than or less than math
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The Equal Sign and the Missing Number Fun is an adorable matching game where students practice solving addition and subtraction facts to 20. The challenge is to find the missing number to make both sides of the equals sign the same. There are 24
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If your students need practice counting by tens from any number, then these Center activities are just what you need. Contents: 1. Counting By Tens to 120 Lotto Fun 2. Find the Missing Number Fun 3. Large 120 Chart 4. Small individual 120
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Adding and Subtracting Tens Snowmen Card Game Fun "Combo Pack" (Common Core Aligned) Get both activities and save \$\$\$\$\$\$! This Combo Pack offers both activities: Adding Tens Snowmen Card Game Fun "and" Subtracting Tens Snowmen Card Game Fun. Here
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Subtraction Kitty Finds Her Frog Fun is a fun matching game. The problems subtract from 11-16. Students find the difference on the frog and then match it to the correct kitty. There is a recording sheet. This center game aligns with the 1st and
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Telling Time 5 Minute Intervals Matching Fun (Common Core Aligned) These Fun and Easy matching activities include 5 sets of 24 cards each. The cards help students practice telling time with 5-minute intervals on analog and digital clocks. Each set
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Subtracting Tens Snowmen Card Game Fun Subtracting Tens Snowmen Card Fun is an adorable little card game to help your students become proficient at mentally subtracting multiples of tens. This set addresses the Common Core Math Standard- 1.NBT.C.5
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Snowy Owls Subtraction Fun Do your students need extra practice subtracting numbers from 10 and under? Then you need to add this Center package to your collection of Math Centers. Two different centers are included in this this set, which are quick
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If your students need practice finding the missing number, then this Center activity is just what you need. The center includes 24 addition and subtraction Kitty number sentences (written with the answer first and last) with missing numbers.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am in my 29th year of teaching and I still get as excited to ignite my students’ learning as I did in my 1st year. First grade is my true love and I have taught it for 26 years. I have also taught K, 2nd and 4th and I have tutored students in grades K-12 as well.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style would be described as rigorous and fun. I set high expectations for all of my students, even those with special needs. My lessons are fun and exciting. If I can turn a lesson into a game, then both my students and I get excited. I make a connection with each child so that they know that I really care about them, and I’m there to cheer them on or hold their hand.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

• In 2001, I was also nominated for the prestigious Palm Beach Dwyer Award and became one of the 5 finalists. • In 2001 I became National Board Certified for my first time and then in 2011, I recertified. Certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards was a grueling process, but I learned so much about myself as a professional teacher. • In 2006 I was honored in the Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

1978- Graduated from Nicolet High School in Glendale, Wisconsin 1982- Graduated from Marquette University with a B.A. in Psychology 1984- Certified as a teacher grades K-6 from UW Milwaukee

With the Wisconsin winters too cold for me, I moved to Tampa Florida in 1984. I am married to my soul mate Bob, who has whole-heartedly supported me in my teaching journey. We live in South Florida with our two loving Shih-Tzus-- Banditt and Snoopy. I am also the proud stepmother of two wonderful daughters, Chrissy and Susie. Susie has followed my footsteps in becoming an awesome elementary school teacher and Chrissy has dedicated her life to nursing and is currently working on becoming a Nurse Practitioner.