Margo Gentile

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These worksheets/task cards are meant to be used after the student has a good understanding of the relationships between number operations. The purpose here is to help the student remember the mechanics (format) of writing fact families. This works
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This product is designed to be used in a math center, one on one, small group, or whole class. Four 8'x11' posters are included. Each poster displays an operations symbol and the many clue words/phrases that appear in word problems for that
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Lights, camera, action! Read the backstory that tells about the elves' strange behavior. It turns out that elves aren't perfect, and they have a tendency to be very playful and mischieveous. Students/children have an opportunity to "act" as an elf
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Christmas Shopping A Mathematical Challenge simulates Christmas shopping and heightens students’ awareness of the monetary value of gifts, comparison shopping, how to stretch a dollar, and how to purchase items given a limited amount of money to
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The activities for addition & subtraction you find in this product are implemented with a particular process in mind. Addition and subtraction will be introduced in the following sequence: first, in a concrete phase, next in a pictorial phase,
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These circus themed pages are scaffolded to help students remember how to write fact families. The elephants, giants of the circus, are actually visual clues as to where to write the largest numbers. Switch signs provide reminders about reversing
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These circus themed pages are scaffolded to help students remember how to write fact families. The elephants, giants of the circus, are actually visual clues as to where to write the largest numbers. Switch signs provide reminders about reversing
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Just added!! 10 more pages of warm-up addition/subtraction math scenarios to act out! This is a terrific way to help young students understand the concepts of addition and subtraction by acting out "scenarios", which are actually addition and
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This is a fun way for students to remember the inside-outs and the turn-arounds of math facts in a fact family. Elephants, the largest animals in the circus, are the “reminders” for the placement of the largest numbers in the facts of a fact
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Fidget spinners could serve as terrific little moving math triangles. If used in an organized,purposeful way, these spinners could help students be motivated, meet challenges, embrace competition, and memorize math facts! It’s simple and its fun!
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These pages help to establish foundational knowledge of the tens facts needed for addition and subtraction. This basic knowledge is crucial in other areas of math as well. However, this resource focuses on the tens facts and how they are used to
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a veteran teacher of 25+ years. The majority of my teaching was done in the Shelton Public Schools. I taught grades K, 1, and 2 as a regular education teacher. If I had to choose, I would say that first grade was my favorite grade level, but I really enjoyed them all. Also, I worked as a special education collaborative teacher for grades K-6. From a teacher's perspective, that job had so many benefits that it's hard to list them all. Not only was the population broad and diverse, but I also had the rare opportunity to witness grade transitions and see how students "phased into" the next grade level. It was interesting to see how students adapted to and met the expectations of the next grade and how their new teachers facilitated this change. As the director of a 5-town Head Start program, I learned many administrative, organizational, problem solving, and people skills. I met the challenge of this job and made a positive impact on the program, but I really missed the kids! I wrote a discretionary grant which awarded our program with the funds to start a "homeschool type" branch of the existing organization. This was a pretty new concept at the time! I was an Odyssey of the Mind coach for 2 years. My responsibilty was to guide and be a facilitator for a group of 5th and 6th graders.It was one of the most interesting jobs I've had. Our groups had to select one problem from a group of given problems and solve it by thinking "outside of the box". The solutions were presented as a "performance" to a group of judges. It took several months for the creative solutions to be worked out. I started a young childrens' line of clothing called "Little Yarns". Each outfit featured a character that I made up and the outfit came with a matching cloth book. Of course the main character of the book was the one on the outfit. Both clothing and books sported braided yarn--as suspenders on the outfit and as a binding on the book. My latest venture is a product called the Color Coded Multiplication program. It is a revolutionary way of memorizing the multiplication facts. The CCM combines the memory power of color, best teaching methodologies, and associative learning for amazing results. Great for "balancing out" those curriculums that are top heavy in concept but have little time for fact memorization. Very helpful to those who are struggling with fluency of the multiplication facts. Being sold at my website: www.margosmathandmore.com

MY TEACHING STYLE

"Balanced Teaching". I like to balance out my lessons with a variety of activities and methodologies. Nothing is more boring than teaching the same way day after day. Children are the center of the universe while I'm teaching, so doing whatever I possibly can to help them feel comfortable and safe, welcomed and wanted, inspired and ready to learn is my teaching style.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Undergrad: BS Education Masters Degree: Education

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Happy to be a member of a really nice family. Happy to have my mom and great sisters. Happy when I'm teaching, volunteering with the literacy group, gardening, bike riding, meeting with the women's business group, hiking, enjoying nature, listening to music, dancing to music, exercising, reading, traveling, creating art, developing educational materials,meeting with my best friends........... Life is full of blessings!

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