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Do you have a student who struggles with appropriate behavior? Blurting out? Hands to oneself? Completing assignments? This behavior contract is a great tool to help students who need a tactile and visual contract to help keep them on the right
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A collaborative effort with Reagan Tunstall @ Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits to bring an upper level companion piece to her Rise And Shine Binder has arrived. This is a year long differentiated hands-on interactive notebook that will rev up your
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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All 52 cards included in this math activity focus on student understanding and application of vocabulary. The vocabulary includes: Digits Odd/Even Greater/Less than Sum Difference Product Quotient Divisibility Prime Multiples Factors Square
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Math word problems can be tricky. This activity includes 58 key words that students sort into four operations: sum difference product quotient Utilize this engaging activity in a variety of ways. It can be a great opening activity to grow a key
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Here is another engaging activity for your math tubs! Your students will be matching the word form, numeric, pictorial, and decimal form of the given fractions. The activity will help your students visualize the concept of simplifying fractions.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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11 ratings
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Are your students bored with vocabulary? I watched students copy words from the glossary, and could not understand why they just don't get it. I thought, "There has to be a better way!" Look no further, this file includes 138 math vocabulary
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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21 ratings
4.0
This activity is perfect for your math tubs/centers. There are 48 cards (24 question & 24 answer) to help build number sense. Students will solve basic subtraction sentences (up to 10), as well as understanding greater than and less than, to
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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Your students will use their detective skills to hunt down tens (Singapore Math Strategy) in this addition center. The activity includes both single-digit and double-digit addends (without regrouping). Students will use their knowledge of number
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3.9
Math Wizards Number Sense is a station activity which focuses on number bonds (1 to 10), finding tens (11 to 19), and ten frames (for visual learners). Included is a recording sheet to check for understanding.
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8 ratings
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Help fill in transition times with review of vocabulary and number sense. This set includes 30 tickets with varying levels of questions to help differentiate. Concepts included are the
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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\$3.00
9 ratings
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Your students will be hooked on trying to solve these geometry puzzles. This unit includes 31 posters, 28 puzzles, and 1 recording sheet. This is a great center activity and have QR codes, which allow your students to check their answers.
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Help fill in transition times with review of vocabulary and number sense. This set includes 30 tickets with varying levels of questions to help differentiate. Concepts included are the following: Odd/Even Comparing two given numbers Expanded
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6 ratings
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Need an engaging game for your stations/centers, this is a great partner activity. It is easily customizable for varying grade levels, or individualize for your specific students. The following concepts are included: Numbers - pictorial, word,
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8 ratings
4.0
This engaging fun filled game is great for your math center/tub. Ideal for 2-4 players, the game focuses on comparing fractional parts using pictorial models. The game includes 15 vocabulary cards, 24 fraction cards, and a recording sheet.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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3 ratings
4.0
This money center is an ideal way to reinforce counting various coins. The introductory activity includes 60 matching cards (15 sets) which focus on counting same coin sets. The second set includes another 60 matching cards (15 sets) focused on
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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\$4.99
5 ratings
4.0
Engage you students with multiple ways to practice fluency. I use these activities to rotate through as my fluency station in math. You will need a twelve-sided di. I will be adding more files to this as I create them. You will be updated when I
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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5 ratings
4.0
This activity can be utilized in centers/stations to reinforce student understanding of order of operations. The file includes 80 cards, with solutions of zero to nine, which can be used during grouping activities. There are no exponents on the
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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1 rating
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This engaging activity is great for your math tubs! Fractions Aren't Scary is a great way to get your students excited and confident about fractions. The set includes 48 cards depicted pictorial, numeric, and word form of the fractional
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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4 ratings
3.8
An engaging game for students to reinforce division and understand the role of remainders. Great for ,math stations.
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Use this anchor chart to help students self-monitor where they are in the writing process.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I began my teaching career in fifth grade (self-contained) in a small town. The next five years, I taught sixth grade Math, including intervention in all middle school grade levels. I left the classroom to a large district as the district math specialist, and serviced grades 3 - 8 for five years through writing scope and sequences, curriculum writing, and coaching teachers. I left the district office to return to the campus as an assistant principal at an elementary campus (PreK - 5) for three years. I served as an Academic Dean at a Middle School, and currently am a Collaborative Learning Leader at an elementary school. Follow my blog for more helpful math resources at http://ifmycalculationsarecorrect.blogspot.com

MY TEACHING STYLE

I plan games, activities, and units that my students and I will enjoy while learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Month September 2006

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I was a military brat and grew up all over the world. My father retired in San Antonio, TX. I graduated from Judson High School in 1996. I earned my Bachelor's of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in Mathematics from University of Texas @ San Antonio in 2001. After 5 years in the classroom, my husband and I decided to get our Masters degrees together in Education Administration. We graduated from Wayland Baptist University in 2009.

I am married to another assistant prinical with 2 sassy and spunky girls, ages 6 and 4.