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# Kniffin Store

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 I can't stand Math teachers; they have too many problems! :)

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These word problems are designed for middle schoolers to be able to relate to them and picture them in their real lives; either now or what they want in the future. Contains: 10 - One Step Inequality Expressions 8 - One Step Inequality
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This graphing activity, based off of the game Battleship is great review for any type of coordinate plane graphing. This Battleship instruction set can be paired with any print off of graphs (usually 2-4 per page). Customize your graphs to the level
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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2 ratings
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A fully functional, very aesthetically pleasing jeopardy style power point. This game reviews vocabulary, name the angle, name the relationship, proofs, and more.
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6 ratings
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Real-world situation word problems that focus on using least common multiple. The questions include a wide variety of indicator words to help the students learn how to recognize a least common multiple problem. There is also a little greatest common
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A full class period lesson plan that serves as hands on practice with the coordinate plane. This activity gets students up and moving around and interacting with one another and the lesson. I've done this activity with a small group, but larger
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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3 ratings
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An intro to statistics that includes scaffolded worksheets on mean, median, mode, and range, as well as a review and quiz. These were originally created for a 6th grade math resource class and take the students through step by step with examples
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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\$1.75
3 ratings
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This project reviews all four basic operations (I choose to do this without calculators). This project also helps students come into the real world regarding the benefits and sacrifices of different career choices they make. They should understand
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Introduce division at a concrete level, then move slowly to representational. Starts from the beginning of the concept of division and scaffold upwards to basic division problems. Has plenty of practice problems. Should take 1 day.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Fully editable and printable. This currently address out of seat, calling out, and overall behavior. It has spaces for tallies and ratings. I give this to core teachers as an easy tool to gather data on students with behavior difficulties. The
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This activity is a great way for students to introduce themselves to you. This is a great activity for students to complete individually and then share with the class. This introduces the students to each other as well, and lets any students that
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is a comprehensive overview of a student's IEP. This can be printed front and back, stuck in a notebook, and carried from class to class so you always have IEP information ready. This form includes information on parent contact, IEP goals,
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This word sort mat allows students to divide words into the inequality sign they represent. It can also be used for students who need modified notes.
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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This worksheet is a modification of word problems for division of fractions. There is scaffolding as to how to set up the problems and in what numbers to use. This is a great middle step to move from computational problems to word problems.
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A great break down of each common core math 6 standard with many activity ideas already filled in. Keep these and add to them or use this as a form to fill in your own plans.
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5 days worth of lesson plans that include detailed instructions and activities on algebraic expressions.
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Keep one of these per class (especially for inclusion) to have a quick reference to what students get what modifications. This is also very helpful to give to a content area teacher so they can ensure accommodations are being met. The file is fully
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This game is great for general review. Students with special needs frequently need to go back and review those basic arithmetic concepts in order to proceed with grade level material. This jeopardy game goes back to the very basics of addition,
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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On one spreadsheet, keep track of student's: parent contact information, IEP check, incident reports, meetings, notes for IEPs, contact logs, and student schedules and teachers. Keep everything organized in one go-to file. Easy way to keep data on
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This is a powerpoint specifically designed to walk students through setting up the "SpeakIt" and Google Docs dictation programs on their school computers. These two extensions are free to use and work great for struggling readers and writers. I
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These tables are to guide students through the steps of solving Mean Absolute Deviation problems. They can be used for initial note-taking, guided practice or long term support. There are 6 on a page but they are in a MS Word format so can be edited
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am relatively new to teaching, but that just means lots of fresh ideas. A lot of research goes into my lessons and activities, staying current with the latest research based practices. A lot of my activities are also based on life experience growing up with family in the special needs community. I look at activities from not only the teacher side (what concepts will be taught) but the student side (what might they find interesting or boring).

MY TEACHING STYLE

In teaching EC students, I have found the need for many hands on activities. I can't stand doing all worksheets and formal notes. We have to get down and dirty with math.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of PROMISE Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor's in Special Education with a concentration in Math.