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This is a set of 20 task cards to practice the concept of percents and real-world problems. The problems cover sales tax, discount, and tip and several problems include more than one step. Aligned to: 7.4D and CCSS 7.RP.A.3 The preview is 4 of
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These 16 task cards have 16 unique composite figures in which students must find the are. Different units are used, and students will also need to know the different area formulas of the following shapes: rectangle, triangle, trapezoid, circle,
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This is a set of 5 stations PLUS an exit ticket for use with middle school students who have mastered finding area of two-dimensional shapes. Students have finally mastered finding area of 2-D shapes, and then you throw a composite figure at them
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This is a set of 24 task cards to use after the concept of Order of Operations has been introduced. The problems contain parentheses, nested parentheses, exponents, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Some problems use fractions to
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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I designed this project to use a major grade instead of a test. This can be done individually, or in groups. I have included the data cards that I handed out to my groups, but feel free to have them gather their own data, or make up your own. The
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This is a set of 24 task cards to practice/assess what your students know about finding the probability of independent and dependent events. Students will need to know how to multiply fractions as well as simplify. Aligned to: TEKS 7.6A, 7.6C, 7.6D
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This is a set of 20 task cards to use after the concept of Similarity has been introduced. The questions are broken up as follows: --(2) corresponding angles --(2) corresponding sides --(2) given the scale factor, what are the dimensions? --(2)
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This is a set of 24 task cards to use after the concepts of GCF and LCM has been introduced. The problems cover both GCF and LCM, and students will need to first decide which one the question is asking about. Aligned to: CCSS 4.OA.C.5 The preview
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This is a set of 32 task cards to use after the concept of volume has been introduced. The problems cover rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, rectangular pyramids, triangular pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres. Some have models, others have
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This is a bundle of all three Order of Operations Challenge Tasks at a discounted price! It's like Sudoku for order of operations! This may look like an easy activity, but this really ups the rigor of mastering order of operations! There are four
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is a scavenger hunt that can be used as a review for a test or an enrichment activity. All problems cover comparing and ordering fractions, decimals, and percents, and practice converting between the three forms. There are 10 questions
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This is also part of a bigger bundle that can be found HERE! ***************************************************************************** Before you start teaching new material to your 6th graders, why not see what they remember by assessing their
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This is a fun way to engage kids before you begin your decimal unit in upper elementary or middle school! Most students know place value through the ten thousandths place when coming to middle school, but if that is not the case, you could do a
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This is also part of a bigger bundle that can be found HERE! ***************************************************************************** Before you start teaching new material to your 7th graders, why not see what they remember by assessing their
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This is a scavenger hunt that can be used as a review for a test or an enrichment activity. All problems cover unit rates and solving proportions. There are two questions that include using distributive property to solve the proportion. There are 10
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This is also part of a bigger bundle that can be found HERE! ***************************************************************************** Before you start teaching new material to your 8th graders, why not see what they remember by assessing their
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This is a set of 20 cards to practice the skill of substituting values for variables in order to evaluate an expression. There are 20 cards total, 4 of which include integers. This would be great to use after the concept has been introduced, or in
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This is a set of 20 task cards to practice finding the percent of a number. This includes finding the part given the whole, the whole given the part, and the percent given the part and the whole. Twelve of the cards are straight computation and 8
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This is a scavenger hunt that can be used as a review for a test or an enrichment activity. All problems cover either adding or subtracting fractions with like and unlike denominators. Many answers are improper, which forces the kids to simplify.
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These 20 task cards use the formula I=Prt to calculate simple interest. Each card has a QR code to check their answers. They are separated as follows: --calculating the interest --calculating the ending balance --calculating the length of time
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I am in my 12th year of teaching middle school math in Texas. I have experience teaching 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math and LOVE it!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Hands-on, student-centered

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year Finalist 2011-2012 & 2014-2015

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in Psychology from Texas A&M M. Ed in Educational Administration from Concordia University Texas

Aside from teaching, I coach our school's dance team. I am married and we have the sweetest dog, Banjo! I enjoy creating materials to maintain a hands-on, student-centered classroom in my "free time." Let me know if there is something that I can create for you!