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This is a foldable for independent and dependent events. It gives examples of each plus several practice opportunities. These are all in context of word problems. This is included in my BUNDLE of Fold it Ups! that can be found here! Look for more
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This foldable is perfect for interactive notebooks to review the procedures for adding fractions. There are examples for: --multiplying fractions by fractions --multiplying fractions by whole numbers --multiplying fractions by denominators This
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This foldable is perfect for interactive notebooks to review the procedures for dividing fractions and mixed numbers. There are examples for: --understanding the meaning of reciprocal --dividing fractions by fractions --dividing mixed
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This file contains notes for modeling multiplication of decimals that are teacher-guided, as well as a homework/independent practice sheet to complete after the notes. Download the preview for a sample of the class notes page. This is aligned to
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This foldable is perfect for interactive notebooks to introduce the concept of Powers and Exponents. There are examples for: --specific vocabulary --writing as a product of the same factor --writing as an exponent --practice opportunities Looking
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This bundle contains the following notes pages/activities: --Measures of Central Tendency and IQR Notes --Measures of Cental Tendency and IQR Practice/Homework --Measures of Variation Guided Practice (Day 2) --Creating a Box Plot Notes --Creating
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This is a note-taking device to help your students with the concept of converting between fractions, decimals, and percents. It includes the process already typed in, and then the students will glue the examples that go with that particular tab into
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This is meant to be a supplement to the notes that you are using in class to teach solving two-step equations. Or, maybe students just need a refresher before moving on to more challenging skills. Either way, this is a great spacesaver in an
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is meant to be a supplement to the notes that you are using in class to teach solving one-step equations. Or, maybe students just need a refresher before moving on to more challenging skills. Either way, this is a great spacesaver in an
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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35 ratings
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This is a practice sheet/extension after teaching integer operations. Or, maybe students just need a refresher before moving on to more challenging skills. Either way, this is a great spacesaver in an interactive notebook! In this file: --A two
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This foldable is perfect for interactive notebooks when it is time to introduce your students to dilations! Includes both reductions and enlargements. This is included in my BUNDLE of Fold it Ups! that can be found here! Look for more Fold it Ups!
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This foldable will walk students through the process of writing a two-step equation to solve a problem. Students will define variables and identify independent and dependent variables in addition to solving the problem. This is included in my
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This foldable is perfect for interactive notebooks to review the parts of a circle as well as the relationship between radius and diameter. Includes: --Using radius to calculate circumference --Using diameter to calculate circumference --Using
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This foldable is perfect for interactive notebooks to introduce prime and composite numbers and prime factorization. It gives the opportunity to find the prime factorization using 2 different methods (factor tree and ladder methods). Also included
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This foldable is perfect for interactive notebooks to review the procedures for adding fractions. There are examples for: --adding fractions with like denominators --adding fractions with unlike denominators --adding mixed numbers --mixed
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This download includes two foldables: one for complementary angles and one for supplementary angles. Students will write one-step equations to solve the the complement or supplement of a given angle, and then will write two-step equations based upon
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This foldable includes: --determining if two rates are proportional --solving algebraic proportions --writing and solving proportions from word problem situations This is included in my BUNDLE of Fold it Ups! that can be found here! Look for
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This is a one-page self-checking activity to review solving one-step equations with rational numbers. There are 12 equations to solve and an answer bank with 2 extra solutions. Students must find the sum of the two extra values in order to finish
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This set of notes for translations is perfect for interactive notebooks! This covers: --how to determine the translation given the graph --how to determine the translation given two points --how to determine the new coordinates given the
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This foldable is perfect for interactive notebooks to review the procedures for subtracting fractions. There are examples for: --subtracting fractions with like denominators --subtracting fractions with unlike denominators --subtracting mixed
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18 ratings
3.9
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

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!