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# Ivone Cantoran

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I created this to teach my first graders the beginnings of fractions: equal and unequal. Even though I created it for 1st grade; this could work for K, 2nd and even struggling 3rd graders! A math center in English & Spanish Very little teacher
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Have your students practice writing numbers in expanded and standard form as well as drawing tens and ones with this engaging candy corn puzzle activity/center! As an extension, I plan to let my kiddos make their own candy corn out of construction
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This is a math center created for introducing fractions in 1st grade. Students will sort different food pictures and decide whether each pictures is cut into halves, fourths, or unequal pieces. A fun, engaging way for students to learn about
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This is geared for 1st grade to teach place value to 120! Includes 3 math centers with place value 120 and 3 practice sheets. Includes representing numbers to 120 using pictures, expanded form, standard form. All activities included are in English
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This activity is geared to 1st grade but can be easily changed to accomodate K, 2 and even 3 (for those who need extra practice... Get students to create their own math story problem in a FUN way!! THIS UNIT IS IN SPANISH (I AM WORKING ON
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3.9
students will pick a birdhouse card. Look at the number line. The dot the starting number and the arrow is the ending number. Think: is it addition or subtraction? (is the number getting bigger or smaller?) pick the birdie equation that matches the
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Great for review of: equal & unequal parts; whole, halves & fourths; and describing shaded parts. Teacher directions: print, laminate & cut. Place one card on each desk, students will move (or â€œscoot around the room) answering the
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This product is geared for 1st graders! A great math tub activity. Students will add 3 numbers together by first making tens and then adding the third number. They will record their work on the attached recoding sheet. Great for teaching addition
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Geared for 1st grade, but can be used with 2nd and 3rd as well.... Great way for students to practice solving word problems by matching them to a pictorial representation. My school uses thinking pattens to solve problems which really help
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I plan to use these as bookmarks for my students to remind them of the writing process. Simply print (on yellow cardstock, preferably) or have them color. Then laminate. I plan to put them in their writing folders/journals.
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An engaging way to help your kiddos practice comparing numbers! Geared for 1st grade, but can be adapted to ANY grade level. 3 ways to play 1-using the number cards provided, 2-using the spinners provided, 3-having students use dice. Students will
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***This product is bilingual {english/spanish}*** I made this for my first graders to practice both counting using base ten blocks and ordering from least to greatest & greatest to least. Includes recording sheet in both languages!!
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Great to post in your bilingual/dual language classroom to remind students of text to text connections, text to self, and text to world... Simply print & laminate. ***I included 3 different versions of text to self (one with a boy & girl,
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***UPDATED 9/8/13: Just realized a small mistake in this, sorry..it's fixed.***I made this for my first grade bilingual class to use in the writing center. Meant to be laminated and cut into cards. Students put the cards in order to form a sentence.
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Fun way to have your student practice standard and expanded forms! I plan to put dyed orange and black pasta into sandwich zip lock baggies and tape the included labels. {You can put anything into the baggies you want your kiddos to count.}
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I made this for my first grade bilingual class to use in the writing center for the month of January. Meant to be laminated and cut into cards. Students put the cards in order to form a sentence. Questions or suggestions let me know.
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I made this for my first grade bilingual class to use in the writing center/sentence-building center. Meant to be laminated and cut into cards. Students put the cards in order to form a sentence. Questions or suggestions let me know.
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I made this for my first grade bilingual class to use in the writing center/sentence-building center. Meant to be laminated and cut into cards. Students put the cards in order to form a sentence. Questions or suggestions let me know.
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Movie Star Fractions {Geared for 1st grade but can be used for 2nd or even struggling 3rd graders} A math center in English & Spanish that focuses on describing shaded parts of shapes using the words halves and fourths. EX: a shape divided in 2
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Great Bundle to focus on words with letter M. Different activities that can be used in centers or as individual activities. Can be used in K and 1st. Contents: Syllable Puzzle Cards (p. 4-10) Missing Syllable Cards (p. 12-17) Syllable SCOOT game
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my 8th year teaching bilingual 1st grade.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love centers--math and language arts... I don't know what teaching would be like without them!

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Nomination for Beginning Teacher of the Year

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