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Thanksgiving Math! Your students will love practicing dividing by a one-digit number with this fun activity! And, who doesn't love to color? First, they need to solve each division problem in order to find out what colors to use on their coloring
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\$2.00
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One strategy for figuring out the number of factors a number has is to use factor rainbows. This resource provides a visual for your students. You can use this to create a vibrant and useful bulletin board or to create stunning rainbows to hang
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\$3.00
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"I have... Who has..." Time to the half hour game. Great to use as a whole group or in a small group. After some practice with how these types of games flow, students can lead themselves in groups during centers. This includes a set of 23 cards
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Division can be a tricky concept for kids. With this unit, students explore division using manipulatives and their knowledge of multiplication. Includes several exploration and practice pages, vocabulary instruction pieces, visuals, and an
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Valentine's Day themed worksheets that include 3-digit addition problems with and without regrouping. This set includes: 2 worksheets without regrouping 2 worksheets with regrouping Answer keys for all worksheets included. Great for extra
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"I have... Who has..." Time to the minute game. Great to use as a whole group or in a small group. After some practice with how these types of games flow, students can lead themselves in groups during centers. This includes a set of 24 cards that
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46 ratings
3.9
"I have... Who has..." Time to the quarter hour game. Great to use as a whole group or in a small group. After some practice with how these types of games flow, students can lead themselves in groups during centers. This includes a set of 24 cards
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This Christmas themed math scoot game reviews third grade skills from the first few months of the school year using the Everyday Mathematics program. A scoot game involves students answering questions from a task card on an answer sheet at
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4.0
"I have... Who has..." Time to the five minutes game. Great to use as a whole group or in a small group. After some practice with how these types of games flow, students can lead themselves in groups during centers. This includes a set of 24 cards
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41 ratings
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Learning the steps of long division can be difficult but this set of anchor charts to teach the steps for long division is here to help! Perfect for learning long division for the first time or to use as a review. Includes color set and black
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Set of four "I have... Who has..." Time games. Great to use as a whole group or in a small group. After some practice with how these types of games flow, students can lead themselves in groups during centers. Each separate includes a set of 24
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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36 ratings
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"I have... Who has..." fractions game. Great to use as a whole group or in a small group. After some practice with how these types of games flow, students can lead themselves in groups during centers. This includes a set of 24 cards that make a
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39 ratings
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Money is always a fun topic to teach and learn! These cards are perfect for math centers to practice counting money. Each card asks students to pin all ways to make a certain amount of change. The cards are self-checking so the students can work
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53 ratings
4.0
"I have... Who has..." decimals game. Great to use as a whole group or in a small group. After some practice with how these types of games flow, students can lead themselves in groups during centers. This includes a set of 24 cards that make a loop
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31 ratings
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Set of two anchor charts for rounding. Also included is an insert for interactive notebook. The insert can also be used as a bookmark. This set comes in color and in black and white.
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19 ratings
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These Pin & Spin cards are perfect for math centers to practice identifying place value. Each card has six correct answers. The cards are self-checking so the students can work independently! All of the Pin & Spin sets are perfect for
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22 ratings
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This scoot game reviews time to the half hour in a fun way! A scoot game involves students answering questions from a task card on an answer sheet at different numbered stations. After a few minutes at a station, the teacher yells, "Scoot!" and
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Christmas Tree Math! Your students will love practicing dividing by a two-digit number with this fun activity! And, who doesn't love to color? First, they need to solve each division problem in order to find out what colors to use on their
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14 ratings
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This Valentine's Day themed math scoot game reviews third grade skills from up until this point of the school year using the Everyday Mathematics program. A scoot game involves students answering questions from a task card on an answer sheet at
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6 ratings
4.0
5th Grade Math Standards This set covers all 40 of the 5th grade common core math standards. There is a pre-assessment and a post-assessment with a total of 12 questions each for each standard (480 total questions). Data collection sheets for
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19 ratings
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I have been an elementary special education teacher since 2007. Much of my experience has been working with students that have emotional or behavioral needs. I have taught my own self-contained classroom, co-taught with a general education teacher, and have pushed in to provide support and modifications.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that all students have the potential to surprise us. When a student feels safe to make mistakes, they will take more chances and they will soar!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. Elementary Education ; B.A. Exceptional Education ; M.A. Curriculum and Instruction

I live in Upstate New York with my amazingly supportive husband and our three young children.