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# Loreen Leedy

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Rounding Games to the Nearest 10 and 100: Kiddos will review how to round to the nearest ten or hundred with these "TREE-mendous Round & Cover” math games. Instead of rolling dice, players pick Number Cards with digits from 1–9 and arrange them
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Rounding to the nearest ten or hundred will be easy when students solve these mystery pictures. They will round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 by filling in the blanks on the Clues printable, then draw the lines shown in the clue into the
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These Expanded Form Place Value Mystery Pictures help reinforce place value. Your kiddos will read and write base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form in these 4 puzzles with a school theme. Students will fill in the blanks on the Clues
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Pumpkin Life Cycle Game: Your kiddos will review the stages in the life cycle of pumpkins as they play. The stages are Seed; Sprout; Vine; Flower; Green Pumpkin; Pumpkin. Instead of using dice or spinners, they can draw Number Cards and read numbers
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Frog Mystery Picture: Kids watch this self-running PowerPoint show for clues to solve the frog mystery picture (see thumbnail image). Students use the lettered rows and numbered columns to locate each square and color it as the clues direct. A
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Kids watch this self-running 7 minute PowerPoint show for clues to solve the mystery butterfly picture (see thumbnail image). They use the lettered rows and numbered columns to locate each square and color it as directed. Optional questions are
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What would happen if all the numbers disappeared? My picture book Missing Math: A Number Mystery tells the story...suddenly no one could count, add, subtract, multiply, tell time, use money, keep score, make phone calls, or take part in many
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Your kiddos will have a whale of a time reinforcing place value while solving this fun type of mystery picture puzzle. First they will fill in the Numeral = Expanded Form blanks on the clues printout. Next they’ll draw the lines shown by the clue
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm the author-illustrator of 40+ picture books used in elementary classrooms and by homeschoolers across the USA and internationally. TPT members may be familiar with Measuring Penny, Fraction Action, or Crazy Like a Fox: A Simile Story among many other titles with math, language arts, science and other curriculum content. As I develop and post my classroom resources, I love to hear feedback from the experts (you!)

MY TEACHING STYLE

My picture books introduce topics in an engaging visual way, often with multicultural children or animal characters. For TPT, my goal is to create attractive materials that students will have fun with while they're learning something new or reviewing topics they've already been taught. Grade 2 is a typical level for my books but it varies and they are regularly used in lower and higher grades than I'd originally imagined.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

My books have been honored by The National Science Teachers Association, the American Library Association, the Florida Book Awards, and the Parent's Choice Awards, among others.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

After earning a B.A. in Art, a few years later I signed my first publishing contract at the age of 25. Since then I have learned how to illustrate and design my books using digital tools (Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign) mostly by reading how-to books and reading/watching online tutorials. I have visited hundreds of elementary schools in my career and from the start have been inspired by what teachers make happen in classrooms every day. It's fun to see the student projects, bulletin boards, posters, anchor charts, and other "stuff". And now with my Pinterest boards I can see classroom stuff anytime, which has been so motivating!

Please visit my blog and web site via www.LoreenLeedy.com. My husband Andy is a scientist working at Kennedy Space Center and we live in central Florida.