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Greater Than, Less Than, Equals Fun is a fun game for students to practice their >, <, = signs. The student picks 2 number cards and uses the correct sign to make a math sentence. The player with the most cards at the end of the game is the
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Tens and Ones Bundling Snowman Fun is a fun way for students to practice bundling ones into a group of ten to make a 2-digit number. (Note: This is also available as part of the "Tens and Ones Super Combo Pack") The students match the tens and
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Adding 3 Numbers Word Problem Center Fun (sums to 20) is a fun way for students to practice their addition skills. The students read the story problem, find the answer and record it on the recording sheet. There is an answer key for self-checking.
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Tens Plus Ones Snowy Fun is an adorable 3-way matching center for students to match the number of tens and one to the correct addition of tens and ones to the correct number. The numbers are from 5-120. (Note: This is also available as part of
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After receiving numerous requests for a combo pack, I have created a Tens and Ones Super Combo Pack. This Pack consists of 6 centers. These centers are aligned with the First Grade Common Core Math Standards for Number and Operations in Base Ten
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Adding Multiples of 10 to 100 Froggy Lovin Fun is a sweet set of 40 addition cards to sort with lovin little Froggy sums. This set can easily be made into 2 centers with several suggestions for differentiation. There is a recording sheet for you
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Two-Digits Plus Ones Choo Choo Fun is a set of adorable trains to build while adding ones to a 2-digit number. There are 2 centers included in this set and differentiation is made easy. The students match the addition problem to the picture
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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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Subtracting 10 Surfing Fun This adorable center is loads of fun. Students match the bear with the blue surfboard problem with bear with the pink surfboard answer. There is even an adorable 120-surfer chart included for those students who haven’t
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Greater Than- Who Will Help? Tens or Ones Fun is a set of 4 different cards to help the student understand that when you compare 2 two-digit numbers, you must first compare the tens digits, and if needed, compare the ones digits. The set has many
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This is a "Combo Pack" of Baa Baa Black Sheep, Jack and Jill, Little Bo Peep and Three Blind Mice Pocket Charts. Each provides a quick and easy learning center to make. Also included is a student copy of the Nursery Rhyme for the child to highlight
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Less Than- Who Will Help? Tens or Ones Fun is a set of 4 different cards to help the student understand that when you compare 2 two-digit numbers, you must first compare the tens digits, and if needed, compare the ones digits. The set has many
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Counting Penguins Fun (73-120) is an adorable matching/counting center. Students match the number of tens +___ more to the correct number. Students can also use the cards to count forwards and backwards. Instructions for 5 different center
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Tens and Ones Matching Fun is a quick and easy learning center game to make. (Note: This is also available as part of the "Tens and Ones Super Combo Pack") The game is based on the First Grade Common Core Standard 1.NBT.2 Understand that the two
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Tens & Ones Find My Mitten Fun is a matching center for students to match the multiples of 10 to the correct number of tens and ones. The numbers are from 10-120. The student picks a puppy card and finds the correct mittens that match the
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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.