# Julie Feldman

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United States - New York - Rockville Centre
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 I love teaching Elementary Math to my students and seeing their faces light up when they finally get that "ah ha" moment

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Students roll a die three times to create a three digit number. They then regroup to subtract correctly and then add to check in the space provided. *Can also be played as a partner game where students compete to get the highest/lowest difference.
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Students use inchworms to estimate lengths of items in their desks and then measure these items using nonstandard units to see how close they were! *Inchworms included on second page * Great follow up to the book, Inch by Inch by Leo Lionni
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After reading "Two of Everything" by Lily Toy Hong, students can make up their own scenario of what they would like to put into the magic pot and what would come out when it is doubled.
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Students roll a die three times to create a three digit number. They then regroup to subtract correctly and then add to check in the space provided. *Can also be played as a partner game where students compete to get the highest/lowest difference.
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Here is a 10 question quiz that assess Lessons 1 - 4 (Topic A) of Grade 5 Module 1.
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A hands-on activities where students look at Geometric solids to record the number of faces, edges and vertices. Students then brainstorm real life examples.
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Have students reflect upon a topic in Math that they would like to improve on and make a game plan for doing so. Can be changed to be used in any grade.
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In this multiplication test, students need to skip count, identify properties, draw arrays and solve word problems * Could also be used as a Math Center
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Here is a collection of Halloween themed word problems consisting of single and multi-step problems involving the operations of addition and subtraction.
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Students use die to create two and three digit numbers. They then circle to indicate whether they rounded up or down. * Could be used as a partner game where whenever a player rounds up they get a point! *
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Students roll die to create two and three digit numbers and then add to numbers together to compare estimated sums with actual sums. * Can be used as a game for partners to play against each other to try to get the highest sum.
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In this activity, students use cubes to find all of the factors inside a given number. Each problem in this activity is a drop more challenging than the previous problem. * Can be used as an activity or assessment piece.
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Students will select a multiplication fact, write a story about their fact and then express their answer using a number bond, tape diagram, and array.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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I have taught Grades 2 through 6 Elementary Math for the Long Beach School District

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