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This Algebra Vocabulary I Have Who Has game is a fun way to practice algebra vocabulary with the entire class or a small group. Includes instructions for using this game for review as a station activity. Add this Vocabulary Builder to your classroom
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Add this activity to your math classroom and enjoy increased student energy! This engaging geometry activity allows students to work in pairs to complete review problems for the geometric properties unit. Concepts include polygons, solids,
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This engaging activity allows students to construct a circle graph from a sample of M&Ms. Concepts include predictions, fractions, percents, angle measures and protractor usage. Common Core Standard: 7.RP.A.3 You might also like... Fractions,
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This journal prompt asks students to compare and contrast equations and inequalities...the perfect summary for my Solving Two-Step Inequalities Matching Game. Common Core Standards: 6.EE.B.8 and 7.EE.B.4 More Expressions and Equations
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This FREEBIE download includes a description of how to implement the Socratic Circles method in your classroom. This engaging activity allows students to develop critical and creative thinking skills through class discussion led by
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This Find Someone Who math activity is a fun way to review math skills with the entire class or a small group. This product is a measurement record sheet including ruler measurement, metric conversions, and customary conversions (with
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This algebra activity focuses on exponential functions. This game requires students to represent the exponential parent function y=2^x numerically, algebraically, graphically and verbally. The function cards include x-axis reflections and/or
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Looking for a fun math puzzle to use this holiday season? This puzzle requires students to use their visualization skills, perhaps a little trial and error, and definitely a dose of perseverance too! Optional math extensions for Grade 7, Grade 8,
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Add this activity to your math classroom as a Review Builder! This engaging proportional relationships activity allows students to sort proportional and nonproportional relationships represented as table of values. The record sheet prompts students
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Prompt students to analyze with this fun game! This transformations vocabulary builder is designed for a Grade 8 math course aligned to Common Core or a geometry course. This learning game prompts students to analyze and describe the effects of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

After teaching 10 years of high school math, I moved to 7th and 8th grade! I am convinced middle school is the best kept secret! Shhh...don't tell. :)

MY TEACHING STYLE

My classroom is filled with Kagan structures to actively engage students in their learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year (2000) 21st Century 1:1 Classroom Grant Recipient (2012) Certified Kagan School Trainer (2013) Pinterest in the Classroom #pintoteach (2014)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BSEd in Mathematics from University of Arkansas MEd in Secondary Education from University of Arkansas Teaching Experience: Bentonville High School (10 years) Washington Junior High School (4 years) Kirksey Middle School (currently) I'm hooked on building better students...

My husband and I have two beautiful daughters. Chuck works for Wal-Mart, and we attend Fellowship Bible Church. It was my honor to be a classroom teacher in the Bentonville School District for 14 years; however, I resigned my teaching position in 2013 to stay home and spoil my family during our California adventure. After loving every second of creating secondary math lessons during my temporary sabbatical, I returned to the middle school classroom in the Rogers School District in Fall 2015.