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This is another version of my other games. It is for the skill of telling time. The clocks are in 5 minute intervals. It is a great game for students to practice telling time with an analog clock.
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32 ratings
4.0
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This is a concentration game for the skill of telling time. It matches an analog clock with the written time. This game is for telling time to the hour, half hour, and quarter hour. This helps students learn to read an analog clock and be able to
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2nd, 3rd, 4th
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$2.00
29 ratings
4.0
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In this game, students need to identify the adjective in the sentence. This game is good practice for listening skills. This is a fun way for students to practice grammar skills.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
$3.00
17 ratings
3.9
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This is a concentration game for telling time. It is for telling time to the hour and half hour. The students lay out the cards. On one side is an analog clock and on the other is the time written. The students have to match the clock with the
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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4.0
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This is a matching game for telling time to five minute intervals. The students match the clock with the correct time. This is good practice for students to learn to tell time with an analog clock. Students enjoy playing this game. This is an
$2.00
8 ratings
3.9
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This is a version of the I have, Who has games that deals with vocabulary associated with geometry. This is a good game to help students learn the vocabulary associated with geometry.
$1.50
7 ratings
3.9
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This game is perfect for math centers in a classroom. It is a game where students can work independently. The player states the number that comes before, between or after the given number in the square 1.This game is for two players per
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5 ratings
3.8
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In this game, the student must identify the main idea for the given clue. This game can be played in small or large groups. By playing in smaller groups, each student has more cards. This raises the individual accountability, activity, time on
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
$3.00
2 ratings
4.0
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This is a matching math game in which students use mental math to add two digit numbers with the correct answer. It is recommended that the answers and problems are printed on two different cardstock colors so the students know to choose one of each
$2.00
7 ratings
4.0
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This game requires students to use their facts skills to determine what number comes next in the number pattern. Mental math skills are used to find the number that comes next in the pattern. This will increase math skills and help students
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This is another version of my games Four in a Row. It is a little different in the fact that the student count the dots on the dice or add the numbers on the dice (depending on their level of understanding). They roll the dice and count the dots.
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7 ratings
4.0
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Students use mental math skills to determine what number comes next in the pattern, Students use addition and subtraction skills to help them determine the next number in the number pattern. This will increase addition and subtraction skills.
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3 ratings
4.0
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This is a concentration game for learning to count money. This game can be used for a center. It could also be left out for students to do when they are finished with their work.
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1st, 2nd, 3rd
$1.50
3 ratings
4.0
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This is a Jeopardy game with the controlled R vowels. It is played in Power Point. The students are placed into teams. They must decide as a team the category and value they want to answer. They must answer in the form of a question,
$3.00
5 ratings
4.0
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The student must identify the adverb in the sentence given. This game can be played in a large or small group. By playing in smaller groups, each student has more cards. This raises the individual accountability, activity, time on task, and
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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5 ratings
4.0
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The student identifies the main idea related to three given words. This game can be played in a small or large group. By playing in smaller groups, each student has more cards. This raises the individual accountability, activity, time on task, and
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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6 ratings
3.9
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This is a version of my other games using CVC words. The students roll the dice and then read one of the words in the boxes. They then place a marker on the square. The first player to get four squares in a row is the winner.
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1st, 2nd
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7 ratings
4.0
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This is another version of my other games in which the student has to add the numbers in parentheses first and then add the other numbers. The numbers are getting larger. The students need to learn to use strategies such as make a ten and others
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2nd, 3rd, 4th
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2 ratings
4.0
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This is a concentration game to practice the concept of learning how to count money. This is a good game to play for reviewing skills or introducing skills. It gives student extra practice+.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
$1.50
4 ratings
4.0
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This is a Jeopardy game for the long and short vowel O sounds. The students play in teams. They must work together to figure out the answer. They must answer in the form of a question. This is good practice for learning short and long vowel
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4 ratings
4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been working in education for nearly 20 years. I am currently finishing my Bachelor's degree and will continue on to get My Master's degree with a double major and my teaching credentials. I have experience working with students in reading, math, spelling, and writing. I am also in the process of starting my own personal tutoring business. I currently have two students that I tutor each for an hour two days a week.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have the belief that all children can learn and succeed. Each child has a unique learning style. I believe that I can find something positive in every child. Every child has the ability to shine. I work with students in small groups on reading, writing, spelling, and math. I also have my own tutoring business. I go to the students' home and work with them on extra reading and math.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I currently have a 3.5 GPA. I believe that education is very important. I recently graduated with honors with my Bachelor's Degree and I am currently working toward my Master's Degree in Elementary Education.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

My personal education history was very positive. I had great relationships with all of my teachers and currently have a relationship with two of . my elementary school teachers. I take school very seriously and did so as a child as well.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

An idea for preserving the games you purchase from me and others;and since laminating is so expensive, I print the games on card stock and then place two games back to back in a sheet protector. I then put the games into a notebook with one for reading and one for math. Keeping them in the note book helps keep them organized.