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This download covers CCSS 3.MD.4 Generate measurement data by measuring lengths using rulers marked with halves and fourths of an inch. Show the data by making a line plot, where the horizontal scale is marked off in appropriate unitsâ€”whole
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This unit teaches elapsed time on a number line. It is broken up into three small lessons, with homework, a review and practice, game, and spiral review. It is matched to the Common Core Standard for Third Grade, but can be used in 4th and 5th
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This download contains 37 pages of worksheets involving only problem solving. The first half is addition, and the second half is subtraction. It is broken down into 4 different strategies. At the end of each strategy is an assessment along with
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There are 10 task cards. Each card has 2 clocks: a start time and an end time. Students need to tell the time on the clocks and write them on their student sheet. Then they use the number line to find the elapsed time. The clocks are to the
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I made this workbook as a request from a teacher I work with. I hope it is useful for you, also. Every problem is a 2-step problem. There are also 4 Spiral Reviews throughout the workbook. Strategies: Draw a Picture (Add/Sub within 20) Write a
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We do calendar math every day, and we decided to do a spiral review every Friday to assess studentsâ€™ grasp of the skills. Our math program is Singapore Math, but the spirals are based on everyday math skills. Check out the preview for a free copy
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This file comes with 2 sets of task cards. There are 12 task cards for each of the 2 levels. Level A is for the more advanced students who have a good grasp of the concept. Level B is for students still struggling with the concept and skill. The
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This download includes a monthâ€™s worth of problem-solving questions for second grade. It is aligned to the second grade common core standards, but can be used for third or fourth grade for struggling students. This packet uses addition and
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This counting money activity unit includes the following: 6 homework pages 3 counting money puzzle boards 3 puzzle board student sheets 1 place value-money match center activity which includes 12 base-10 block and money matching cards 1 place
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*******Please do NOT purchase this pack if you have already purchased one of the 3 packs individually, as you will be getting a duplicate.******** This is a combination of my 3 packs which are sold separately in my
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This download is a set of task cards only. Students have to identify the position of the arrow on the quarter-inch ruler. This is just extra practice for students needing help identifying the quarter-inch marks on the ruler. This download
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Many times students have such a hard time finding that "hidden" question in a 2-step problem. With these task cards, students simply have to "identify" the hidden question.....i.e. What do I need to figure out first? There are 12 task cards with
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This download contains 15 multiplication / division problems that help students decide if they have number of groups, amount in each group, or total number. There is also a Sort and Solve. Students sort 20 cards under Multiplication or Division
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This download includes: Identifying coins and their amounts â€¢ Board 1: pennies â€¢ Board 2: nickels â€¢ Board 3: dimes â€¢ Board 4: quarters â€¢ Board 5: word problems â€¢ Board 6: counting money and writing 2 ways with dollar and cent sign Counting coins and
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This counting money activity unit includes the following: 6 homework pages 3 counting money puzzle boards 3 puzzle board student sheets 1 place value-money match center activity which includes 12 base-10 block and money matching cards 1 place
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This download includes: Identifying coins and their amounts â€¢ Board 1: pennies â€¢ Board 2: nickels â€¢ Board 3: dimes â€¢ Board 4: quarters â€¢ Board 5: word problems â€¢ Board 6: counting money and writing 2 ways with dollar and cent sign Counting coins and
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This unit allows students to learn multiplication facts while having fun. It covers multiplication facts from 2x2 to 5x9. This unit meets Common Core Standard 2.OA.4 and 3.OA.1. There are enough activities to do 4 centers a day for 5 days plus a
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This is a mini telling time lesson that includes the following: -21 pg. PowerPoint analog to digital with student practice -11 pg. PowerPoint digital to analog (all student practice) -1 pg Student Clock to use during PowerPoint lessons -7 pg
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There are 4 Task Card Centers in this file. Each section has 12 task cards for a total of 48. Join *start unknown *change unknown *result unknown Separate *result unknown *start unknown *change unknown Put Together/Take Apart *addend
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This download includes all the guided practice activities in my hard copy download which can be purchased at my store. There is a guided practice slide where students can move the text box times and arrows along the number line. Then the next
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I teach a specials rotation in the library. I co-teach with the Media Specialist. We do technology and enrichment lessons in all subjects. I have also been working as a tutor of math and reading for the past seven years. I currently have 21 students ranging in grade from Kindergarten to college. All of my students are at different levels of learning regardless of their grade. Some are above grade level, and there a few that are below their current grade level. My students have a variety of learning styles, and some even have certain limitations that affect their leaning. I am constantly researching and looking for new methods and ideas of reaching my students and providing them with tools they can grasp and use in their own classrooms. I have my degree in Elementary Education, but I have chosen this route of teaching because every day I see students struggling just to keep up. Many have fallen so far behind they just simply do what they can to make it through the day. These are the students I grab hold of and try to make a difference in their lives.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I use a lot of repetition and Guided Discovery with my students. Repetition increases the students ability to perform the skill, as well as their confidence. Most of my students are struggling and confidence is a big issue for them. With Guided Discovery my goal is for the student to discover his or her own mistake, and for them to understand the mistake and be able to make any necessary changes. I also try to incorporate some type of game for whatever skill we are working at the time. They LOVE this! They are learning, but it is fun. Usually, by the time we have finished the game they have mastered the skill.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I have had three of my own poems published. However, my main focus these days is to teach, and I am awarded every time my students are successful. I don't get a certificate, a plaque, or recognition, but my students' successes grant me more satisfaction than any of those items can provide. I am proud of my kids and every milestone that they make, no matter how small.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated with honors from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. I teach math and reading to students ranging from elementary level through high school. I also teach reading to students with Dyslexia.

I am recently divorced and have a 21 year old daughter in college. I have a messy office because I am so busy working and doing lesson plans that I have no time to clean and organize. I am originally from New York, spent four years stationed in Hawaii as an E-4 in the Army, and now live in Kentucky. The Army afforded me experiences I would have never experienced- including a free college education.