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5th Grade Deal or No Deal! - Good resource for MAJOR review of concepts from the whole year! It's my review for standardized testing...
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I have 20 index cards that I label 1 through 20. On the back of each card, I write a prize. The

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Need a good review game to play with all the math information learned throughout the year? Here's one! I use this in my 4th grade class as review for ISAT (Illinois State Achievement Test), but it could also be used in 3rd grade or 5th grade as

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This is a notebook to guide students through the scientific method and the steps needed for a science fair project.
I designed this to be worked out in parts. You can use the "timeline" and add due dates for your students. My overall time for the

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These are posters of 4th grade math concepts. Of the 42 colorful pages, most are geometry terms. Others include mode, median, range, number sense (greater than, less than, prime, composite), and steps to a word problem. In my classroom, I have a

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I am a 5th grade teacher. This year, most of my students are unmotivated to learn math. For some reason, they came to me with a passion for disliking math. Bummer for me... butâ€¦ CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!!!
Guess My Number: I'll give you clues, you guess

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This includes 3 different basic multiplication game boards and 1 basic division game board.
I have so many sets of flashcards in my classroom and my kids get tired of flashing each other, so I needed something different. This is one of them!
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This Geometry Review Game PowerPoint includes 54 questions to review Geometry Concepts. There are quesions covering Lines/Rays/Segments (3 questions), Solid Figures and Nets (8), Angles (6), Polygons (8), Lines of Symmetry (5), Congruent vs. Similar

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In this activity, students will design the floor plan of their dream house. The students are given $200,000 to build a house that will cost $200 per square foot. Students will use a ruler and the scale of 1 centimeter = 1 foot. Students will then

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In this experiment, students measure out water using a graduated cylinder (or measuring tool of your choice) and pour into a baby's diaper. Through this experiment, they will be learning the steps of the Scientific Method:
1. Observe the world and

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Learning basic multiplication can be fun! With this game board, students partner up to practice basic multiplication facts (factors 1-10). Each pair has two 10 or 12 sided di and each player has a different color marker or crayon. Taking turns, each

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My wall space is not big enough for the giant posters I buy in teacher stores! I change my bulletin board posters with my units, but as the standardized test gets closer, I find myself wanting to put them all back up! I created 37 posters to jog my

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How much math can you do with a small bag of M&M's? - LOTS!
This packet includes, estimating, adding, comparing, using order of operations, multiplying, making and describing rectangles, perimeter, division with remainders, diameter and radius,

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Each Pi Day (March 14th) we make pudding pies. Students work in groups to solve tricky math problems to earn 6 items (mixing bowl, spoon, pudding mix, milk, topping, and pie crust). They then build their pies and answer 1 final question to put in

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This contains 11 pages, each containing 5 addition and 5 subtraction problems using variables. The 10 problems on each page have the same variable. I use this as 11 small centers in my classroom. Two of the pages contain negative integers for higher

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This math worksheet is of the Electoral College. Questions involve skills of basic addition, comparing numbers, and ordering numbers. While the addition is basic, questions involve adding 18 numbers together.
Good for group work, extra credit,

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught 4th grade Math and Science for 5 years. I have also taught 5th grade Math for 1 year. Currently, I teach 5th grade Math, Science, and Social Studies.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Fun. :)

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

None. Unless you count Ugliest Christmas Sweater 2011.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors in Elementary Education Currently working on Masters in Math Education

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GRADES

1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}

SUBJECTS

English Language Arts, Grammar, Spelling, Specialty, Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Numbers, Other (Math), Science, Anatomy, Astronomy, Basic Principles, Biology, Other (Science), Social Studies - History, Elections - Voting, Arts & Music, Health, Math Test Prep, Study Skills, General Science, Physical Science, Mental Math, Decimals, Place Value