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This game is based on the popular “I Have, Who Has” format. There are 36 game cards. Print the game cards on cardstock, cut in fourths, and laminate. Direct students to find the volume and surface area of their rectangular prism; they do not know
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This game is based on the popular “I Have, Who Has” format. There are 35 game cards. Print the game cards on cardstock, cut in fourths, and laminate. Students will use a protractor to measure their individual angles. Make sure that students know
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Time to Tile: Fractions on a Number Line is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while building a true
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This game is based on the popular “I Have, Who Has” format. There are 36 game cards. Print the game cards on cardstock, cut in fourths, and laminate. Direct students to find the area of the shape (triangle, rectangle, parallelogram, or square).
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This game is based on the popular “I Have, Who Has” format. There are 36 game cards. Print the game cards on cardstock, cut in fourths, and laminate. Direct students to find the volume of their rectangular prism or cube. I then have students
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This game is based on the popular “I Have, Who Has” format. There are 36 game cards. Print the game cards on cardstock, cut in fourths, and laminate. Direct students to find measurement of the missing angle in the shape on their cards (triangle
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This bundle contains 5 different "I Have, Who Has" Games. *Relating Fractions, Decimals, and Percents *Finding the Percent of a Number (What is 30% of 50) *Finding the Percent One Number is of Another (12 is what percent of 40). These games are a
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Time to Tile: Telling Time is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while developing algebraic thinking.
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This bundle contains 5 different "I Have, Who Has" Games. *Surface Area and Volume of Rectangular Prisms and Cubes *Volume of Rectangular Prisms and Cubes *Using a Protractor *Finding the Area of Triangles and Quadrilaterals *Mystery Angles of
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Time to Tile: Elapsed Time is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while developing algebraic thinking.
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This is the paperless version of my printable Time to Tile: Elapsed Time Time to Tile: Elapsed Time is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and
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This is the paperless version of my printable Time to Tile: Telling Time Time to Tile: Telling Time is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Most of my experience has been teaching 4th and 5th grades in a self-contained classroom. I have a Masters of Science in Reading, and in addition to being a Reading Specialist, I have also taught at the community college level. In September of 2016, I left the classroom in order to become a full-time curriculum writer.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love presenting my students with open-ended learning experiences. Critical thinking and problem solving are always in the forefront of my mind when planning and/or creating lessons for my class. I also like to incorporate as many cooperative learning opportunities as possible.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Master of Science Education, Reading Reading Specialist Teaching Credential Reading Specialist Certificate