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This is a board game in which the students have to solve addition facts and then move their game piece to the number that matches the answer. The numbers appear more than one time, so if a student gets a number, they move their game piece to the
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4.0
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In this game of Four in a Row, students roll 3 dice. They then try to match the dots on the dice with the dots on the board. First player who gets Four in a Row is the winner.
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1st, 2nd, 3rd
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4.0
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If the student player decides they are a match; they show them to the rest of the group. The students decide if the agree. This skill will help students become more efficient when they add or subtract. The students should have fun.
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This is a game that can be played either in a small group of students or in a large group such as an entire classroom. The goal is to get five squares in a row. The game board can be used for multiple games. Students make an x on the answer to
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In this game, students roll two dice. They make the largest number with the dice. They put the numbers in the squares. After the second roll, the student adds their roll to the previous number. The goal is to get the closest to 1000. You can
$1.00
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3.0
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This game is called 4 in a Row. It is played with 2 students. Each student needs counters of 2 different colors. The first student rolls the dice and then chooses the column of the number they rolled. The student then chooses one of the boxes
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5 ratings
3.7
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This is a game called 4 in a Row. It is for beginning sounds. The students need two different colored counters. They roll the dice and then choose one of the pictures in the column of the number they rolled. They name the picture and then give
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1st, 2nd, 3rd
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$1.50
2 ratings
4.0
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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
$1.50
5 ratings
3.8
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This game is another version of my other games. It deals with place value concepts. It is a good review for children who seem to understand the concept or a nice way to give children who are having difficulty extra practice
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2nd, 3rd, 4th
$1.50
5 ratings
4.0
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This game is a version of I have, Who has and practices pre-factoring skills. This game requires the students to use mental math. It is a good game to play when there is a gap in the day
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3rd, 4th
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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.
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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 games. It is to assist children in recognize numbers. The student rolls the dice and then names the number in the box. The student then places a counter on the box. The first player to get four squares in a row is
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4.0
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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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4.0
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This is another game of Four in a Row. It is for facts from 1-18. The student rolls the dice and depending on what kind of dice are being used, they either count the dots on the dice or add the numbers together to get the answer. The student
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4.0
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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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$1.50
11 ratings
4.0
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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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$1.50
35 ratings
4.0
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This is a great game for students to lay to help them with their addition facts. Two students play on each game board. Two dice are rolled, the player adds the numbers on the dice and then places a colored counter on a square with that number. The
$1.50
6 ratings
4.0
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This is the multiplication version another game I have posted. This game is a great way to help students practice their multiplication facts. The game requires two dice and bingo markers. The object of the game is to get five squares in a row
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4.0
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This is another version of my other games in which the student has to add three numbers together. The students have to use mental math. The students to use strategies such as "make a ten" to learn to add faster.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th
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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.

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