Kristen Jacobson

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Great game to match multiplication fact with it's array! I do recommend putting a smiley face sticker (or another shape or figure that can be placed right side up) on the back because the students may not find whether or not the multiplication
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This is a worksheet/center that requires dice. The student would roll the dice twice and write down the two numbers to in the Roll column and complete the multiplication sentence. Then they draw the area for that multiplication sentence. In the
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Works on writing numbers (standard form, both word forms, and expanded form), drawing numbers using base ten pieces, and finding all combinations with a word problem. Aligns with Envisions Math Program Topic 1.
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Worksheet to go along with Hershey's Milk Chocolate Fractions Book by Jerry Pallotta and Rob Bolster
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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I put these on plastic baggies and filled them with Starburst candies. It was a nice little treat for the students before they began their standardized testing. Next test they were hoping for another bag!
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I use this sheet for Parent-Teacher Conferences in my third grade classroom. It is something I complete for each student, copy and keep to use while completing report, which is extremely helpful. It is also helpful because it is something I can send
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I stapled these to plastic baggies that were filled with goldfish after the students completed their standardized testing. They loved them!
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Great whole class activity for ordering fractions! I got a long piece of yarn and taped it up on the wall. I then use clothespins and place 0 and 2 on the clothesline. Then the class and I work through the rest of the cards together to order them.
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3rd, 4th, 5th
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Facts about each planet. Great to hang up around classroom and to copy for students to use for projects on planets.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Worksheet is used to practice rounding to the nearest hundred on a number line. Also, a great poem is included to remember when to round up and when to round down!
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Use with a scale where the students can move the amount of weight around. Great to show how different math problems are equal each other.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th
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I stapled these to baggies with Starbursts and gave it to them before their standardized testing. They loved them!
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This file includes an outline/steps to follow in order to write the assignment for students to use as a checklist when completing the writing piece. It also includes graphic organizers to write an introduction and concluding paragraph. I also
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This game is linked with words from Text Talk stories 1-6, but can be used without the use of Text Talk! Great way to practice vocabulary. My students love to play it and try to beat their time from the last time we played! Also, a great center to
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Great activity to work on fractions with students! Time how quickly the students can complete the game! They love to try to beat their time!
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Print cards with numbers on the back. Place the cards in a baggy. Have students choose a card out of the baggy and look at the number on the back. Students then write their answer on the line next to that number and draw picture to represent their
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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Multiplication and Division Matching game- great math center!
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3rd, 4th, 5th
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Great to use for knowledge of vocabulary for division and multiplication! Includes directions, 5 bingo cards, calling cards, and answers. Great math center!
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This is a writing assignment that I like to begin the year with. The students enjoy completing the assignment because it is very personal and easy for them to write about it. The prompt is that the student wins $1,000 from a writing contest. The
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I use this PowerPoint presentation to help review different math concepts before our standardized tests in Massachusetts. This covers many third grade standards. I usually put my students in groups and see who can get the most points while
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching 3rd grade since Fall 2012. I am a math and ELA teacher leader for my district. I am currently designing a scope and sequence and curriculum for 3rd grade in the area of math and ELA. Before that, I worked in many different positions ranging from a long-term sub to working in a behavioral classroom.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach my lessons depending on my students. There are many differentiated lessons in my classroom where I realize that some students may need more/less support than others. My classroom is probably very loud compared to other classrooms. There are a lot of moments where my students turn-and-talk, are working with partners, and completing group projects. I set high expectations for all of my students and they know that! I believe each students has the potential to learn and do their best, so I hold them to it!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I grew up in a more urban district during my elementary years and in 8th grade moved to a more suburban area where I attended middle school and high school. I went to UNCP for one year for college. After, I attended Fitchburg State University in Fitchburg, MA. I also received my masters in Reading Specialist at Fitchburg State University.

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