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Use this to teach the centimeter and inch units of length. One M&M is equal to about 1 cm and one quarter equals 1 inch. Introduce this concept by using M&Ms and quarters as unique measuring tools that your students will not soon forget!
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Students can practice their knowledge of fractions as they demonstrate learning of fractions as a whole and as a group.
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This mnemonic device has helped so many students survive the dreaded word problem! Pass these bookmarks out at the beginning of the year and begin collecting key math words on an anchor chart in your room. Students will become experts at decoding
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Help your students understand MAIN IDEA with these interactive notebook pages. After introducing the lesson through Brain Pop Jr. or other resource, give these practice pages to add to their notes. Make sure you link their reading and writing
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9 Weeks of morning work with 5 problems each day which spiral the common core third grade curriculum. The morning work is given on Mondays- Thursdays. Take time to review it during your math block or another 15 minutes during your day. Purchase
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These daily sheets follow the North Carolina Standard Course of Study for 3rd grade. The major works that are covered in your first quarter Fantastic Five daily spiral reviews are: Reading graphs Basic addition/subtraction Rounding Writing numbers
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I saw the idea of using Cookie Crisp cereal to teach the Distributive Property on Pinterest, but I couldn't find any supplemental materials, so I created this. I'm eager to use this in class this upcoming week. I hope your littles will like it too!
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Students work in cooperative groups to find synonyms for the words in italics. Then they replace the word and sing the familiar Christmas tune using the new and improved words!
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This is the 2nd Quarter Fantastic Five Weekly Tests that aligns with the skills taught on the week's matching morning work. I can attest that I have been using this in my own math class and it has improved my scores dramatically. Sorry, keys are not
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Each of the weekly Fantastic Five reviews has a test to assess skills covered/taught on the weekly reviews. I will be adding an analysis sheet for free which may be used to analyze which problems/skills were missed most and to help you create
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These are desk labels with class jobs for 20 students. Each label has the job title and job description. The jobs are rotated weekly and encourage team building. They also tie to 21st century skills as it promotes productive citizens- everyone has
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Fantastic Five is a phrase I coined for my daily math review. The students receive a sheet copied front to back with five problems for Monday thru Thursday. My students complete these as their morning work and we review and discuss them during the
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Fantastic Five is a phrase I coined for my daily math review. The students receive a sheet copied front to back with five problems for Monday thru Thursday. My students complete these as their morning work and we review and discuss them during the
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Use this interactive notebook activity along with graph paper to help your students understand the Distributive Property of Multiplication. I used this in class today, and I had so much success! Distributive Property is a challenging concept for
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This is the 3rd in my Fantastic Five Daily Math Review series. Continue using this product as you continue to teach the third grade curriculum and you will see the mastery of skills increase. The Fantastic Five is a spiraled curriculum that covers
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This product is similar to my first product in this series, but it includes both the weekly reviews and the test.
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Newly revised to match a more rigorous curriculum. Use this product to help introduce and review skills covered throughout the year. Check out the standards this quarter covers.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my 28th year of teaching, and I'm still learning everyday! I strive to keep my teaching practices current while reflecting everyday as to what is best for my students!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I use groups; small groups or pairs. This style of teaching best ensures engagement by all! Using small groups allows me to best employ differentiation.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

National Boards in the area of Middle Childhood Generalist

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

1990- BS in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University in North Carolina 2006- MAED in Elementary Education from East Carolina University in North Carolina