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With this interactive group activity, students get to role play as the President,the Senator of their state, and a Supreme Court Justice! Students get to create their own bills, vote on what bills to pass, and pass their creations onto other groups
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3.9
This game is a hit for my third graders to practice our multiplication and division facts! We line up, half of the class vs the other half of the class, and the person at the front of both lines race to say their answer first. Whoever answers
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This is one of my absolute favorite products! I created problems of the week, to use as mini assessments every Friday. The problem of the week has the standard at the bottom, and the "I CAN" statement at the top. They are questions where students
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\$5.00
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This bundle includes comprehension questions for each chapter, a character analysis activity, and two quizzes! Great to use in whole group or independent settings.
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2 ratings
4.0
What a better way to practice with adding decimals than to allow your students to connect to the real world and create their own restaurant menu! Student's are responsible for crating their own restaurant name and menu items with decimal prices,
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Extended Response Bootcmap is a compilation of 4 different stories that students will use to read, and cover multiple standards with. This includes main idea, cause & effect, problem solution, comparing and contrasting, and sequencing of events.
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In fourth grade, students need to be able to create a tally chart, line plot, and picture graph. This hands on jelly bean activity involves sorting jelly beans, graphing them, and then for extra credit: they are to create a bar graph, based on
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This project is amazing for third through sixth graders! It starts with a page with websites on it for students to do research on, and ideas for an African American that they can select to do their project on. There are examples of opening and
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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For grade 4, standards 4.md.5 through 4.md.7, these assessments are designed for students to show their knowledge of angles. Just like standardized tests, students have to explain their thinking/their work using words.
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This booklet has all of the pages needed for students to be successful! My students and I completed this booklet together, it includes pages on how to simply fractions, find common denominators, add/subtract fractions and mixed numbers, with both
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Included in here are three pieces to help keep track of student data. One is a list for YOU the teacher, to keep track of the standards of a certain topic, and each student's pre and post test score! The other two sheets are for the student's data
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In regards to standard 4.md.1, students are required to convert measurements such as inches to feet, seconds to minutes, meters to kilometers, etc. These practice word problems give students the opportunity to create 2 column tables as the standard
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This ready-to-use product is great for word work, morning work, or Valentine's Day Party fun! Complete with fun and colorful graphics, there are four activities with answer keys for these activities. 1. Word Scramble! 2. Word Machine using the word
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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The following is project guidelines and a grading rubric for an ecosystem project for fourth and fifth grade students. In fourth grade, the two standards on ecosystems focus on changes that the ecosystems go through, and how animals survive through
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3.9
To see student's levels of understanding with fractions, as in which ones are smaller/larger and the order they follow, this is a homework or classwork task where students can create their own number line! A rubric is included so students know what
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Permission form with blanks for teachers to just fill in their information, such as date/time, print the slip, and off you go!
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I used this on the first day of my fourth grade class. I had students discuss in their groups what they believed the lunchroom/hallways/restrooms sound like and look like. This is great because then I could use this activity to have each group
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This worksheet was a great use for my fourth grade students! My students used this graphic organizer/sequencing chart as an aid while reading multiple stories, to get familiarized with the standard 4.3 of being able to describe in detail characters,
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This is an amazing tool to hold students accountable for their learning, and allows them to graph their pre and post assessment data to see their growth throughout the unit. You can either type in or have students write the standards that the unit
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After using another resource for my students to create a timeline with George Washington Carver's life events on it, I had them answer these response questions to ensure they can correctly read a timeline in chronological order.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently in my fourth year teaching, teaching 3rd grade in Hamilton City School District. I absolutely adore hands on activities, and opportunities for my students to grow as leaders and as learners. I truly strive to connect with all learners on a personal, and an intellectual level.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am an avid reader and researcher of the guided reading theory and literacy collaborative. I adore centers, fact fluency games, and colorful teacher organizational materials.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am a proud graduate of the University of Dayton, Go Flyers! My degree is Pre-K through 3, with a 4th/5th grade endorsement, and a focus on Urban Education. I am currently back at UD getting my Masters in Literacy.

If you have any questions or requests please let me know!