# Lisa Buchholz

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Part-Part-Whole with Dominoes supports PPW Concepts, Commutative Property of Addition, Related Facts, Fact Families, Missing Addends, and more. The concepts spiral upwards in difficulty through the four lessons outlined below: Lesson #1 – PPW
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Help your students to explore skip counting while getting to know a calculator! In this first booklet of the challenge series, your students will "program" their calculators to continue adding or subtracting the given number. Then, by pressing
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What is the BEST way to practice multiplication and division facts? …put them into fun puzzles! This number machine booklet will help your students to explore the basic multiplication and division facts while also learning to problem solve. In
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This booklet gives your students a chance to work with concepts such as finding factor pairs, relating three whole numbers as two factors and a product, finding factors for given numbers, the associative property of multiplication, and prime vs.
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Celebrate Valentine's Day while dabbling with many fun math concepts! Your students will use candy hearts to complete many fun math activities that support common core standards. Students will dabble with addition, subtraction, data collection and
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This is the first booklet in the Hopping on the Number Chart series. In Level One, students will grow familiar with the hundreds chart while playing with addition and subtraction concepts. The students circle the "start" number and then follow the
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Bye, Bye Fingers! Help your students develop mental strategies for addition facts using these mini units. There is one unit per strategy. Some strategies included are doubles, doubles plus one, fact families, and the make ten strategy. Each unit
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This booklet for students features a 100 Day Snack in which the students each create their own recipe. This snack is easy, yet fun to make. The booklet includes the recipe, a "how to" writing assignment, a creative writing prompt, and 100 Day Snack
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Spend some time getting to know the properties of multiplication with this set of printables. Your students will explore the Commutative Property, the Distributive Property, and the Associative Property all while becoming more familiar with the
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Your students will happily problem solve their way through this Halloween-themed booklet! These word problems feature addition, subtraction, patterns, money counting, odd/even numbers, and more. Use this booklet as a whole-class activity, as a
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This is the second booklet in the Hopping on the Number Chart series. In Level Two, students will grow familiar with the hundreds chart while playing with addition and subtraction concepts. They will also write equations to match their hops. The
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This is the fourth booklet in the Hopping on the Number Chart series. In Level Four, students will grow familiar with the hundreds chart while playing with addition and subtraction concepts. They will also write equations to match their hops. The
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This is the second set of pages featuring the Distributive Property for Multiplication. Staple the pages into a booklet for students to work on independently at a math center... or have students work in small groups. Some equations are
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What is an equal sign anyway?? Help your students understand the meaning of an equal sign while exploring missing addends, properties of operations, basic fact strategies, inequality symbols, and more. These booklets grow in difficulty through
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What is an equal sign anyway?? Help your students understand the meaning of an equal sign while exploring missing addends, properties of operations, basic fact strategies, inequality symbols, and more. These booklets grow in difficulty through
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What is the BEST way to conquer subtraction facts? Think addition! The more work students do with fact families, the easier subtraction will become. Students can work at their own pace through these leveled, challenge booklets while exploring
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This is the third booklet in the Hopping on the Number Chart series. In Level Three, students will grow familiar with the hundreds chart while playing with addition and subtraction concepts. They will also write equations to match their hops. The
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Spend some MORE time getting to know the properties of multiplication with this set of printables. Your students will explore the Commutative Property, the Distributive Property, and the Associative Property all while becoming more familiar with the
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The Factor Tree Challenge Book gives your students a chance to work with concepts such as finding factor pairs, relating three whole numbers as two factors and a product, finding factors for given numbers, the associative property of multiplication,
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Students can work at their own pace through these leveled, challenge booklets while exploring missing addends. Use these booklets as part of a math center or as a whole-class activity. In Level One, the students find the missing addend (of two
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

20 years in the primary grades.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in making learning fun, challenging, and relevant while integrating between and within subjects AND following Common Core Standards.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2018 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching Recipient Runner up for the PAEMST Award for Math and Science Author on the Top Ten Most Popular All-Time Articles List for NCTM's Teaching Children Mathematics (link below) http://www.nctm.org/publications/tcm.aspx

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

M Ed (Curriculum and Instruction) - National Louis University Bachelor's Degree - Elementary (K - 9) North Central College

Owner/Author of Green Monster Learning, Co-Author of many publications for The Education Center, 2004 Author for NCTM's Teaching Children Mathematics, Published in NCTM's "Growing Professionally" Reference Book, Speaker at ICTM Conference 2006