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# Mary Anderson

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 Most people spend more time and energy in going around problems than in trying to solve them. ~Henry Ford

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Students work independently and in pairs to look at the relationship between ordered pairs in a table. There are 16 tables with questions to go with each table. Detailed instructions are included on the first slide of the printable.
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This set includes 8 Thanksgiving themed word problems. They cover all 4 operations and also include a couple of multiple step word problems. The problems can be used for anything that you choose. Included in the instructions are steps to use them
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This set of review questions covers both whole number and decimal place value. Topics include: Expanded, Word and Standard Form Ordering whole numbers (to the millions place) Comparing whole numbers (to the hundred millions place) Mystery Number
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Christmas Themed Review stations* Skills include: Station 1: Standard form to word from Station 2: Word form to standard form Station 3: Equivalent decimals Station 4: Decimal Place Value Station 5: Comparing Decimals Station 6: Ordering
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Pirate themed rounding activity. Can be put in stations, used as a guided practice or fast finisher. Students chose a number card and practice rounding it to the nearest 10, 100 and 1,000. They must decide which numbers it is between, and which
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12 Days of Christmas Themed Review stations* Skills include: Station 1: Arrays Station 2: Multiplication Facts Station 3: Multiplication/ Estimation Word Problems Station 4: Fact Families Station 5: Multiples of 10 and 100 (Word Problems) Station 6:
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This set includes 12 digital time cards and 12 analog clocks with times to the half hour. You can use if for concentration, small groups or with partners.
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12 math review stations Themed after the 12 months of the year* Covering Topics: January: Facts up to 12x12 February: Addition and Subtration (whole numbers and decimals) word problems March: Multiple Step Word Problems April: Comparing and Ordering
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Help your students learn divisibility rules with these cute posters! The poster set includes rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10.
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These challenging task cards include mostly multiple step word problems. Skills include not only whole number calucations, but also decimals. There are also a couple of questions that require measurement conversions.
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These posters are a great resource to help your students remember strategies for generating equivalent fractions using multiplication and division. They also show how to manipulate a given picture to help generate equivalent fractions. If you like
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These posters provide an appealing visual to help students better understand the way that fractions greater than one are written and why they are written that way. I hope you enjoy!
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Stories help to engage students in a new topic. This story was written to help engage students into the idea of doubles. It includes a story and printable pictures to create a doubles anchor chart after the story is complete.
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Knowing your doubles fact increases number fluency. Associating doubles facts with their neighbor facts, doubles the amount of facts that kids know. This station helps kids learn doubles and doubles plus one facts. It can be put in a station, fast
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This problem solving process chart is used to help students logically choose an operation when solving a word problem. Included is a color version and a black and white version so that you can give students an individual chart for math journals.
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This is a short story that I use with first grade to have them practice telling time. I give each student a Judy Clock and have them make the times along with me. Print on cardstock, laminate and bind for durability.
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Comparing decimals is made more fun with this pirate themed station. Decimals include all 10th and 100th decimals to be compared. Students choose 2 decimals and write 2 true statements for each pair of decimals selected.
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Fact Families are more fun when pirates are involved. Help your students build pre-algebra skills and learn about relationships in numbers while having fun.
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This product include 12 hour clocks with 12 digital times cards that match. Students can use it to play concentration, find a partner or in small groups.
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This story is to introduce students to base ten blocks and help them understand why we have certain rules when it comes to place value.It is presented in PDF. I always print on cardstock, laminate and bind for durability.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am in my 12th year of teaching. I started in 1st grade and spent three years there. I spent 2 years as an instructional coach where I supported grades k-6. My true love is 4th grade and I have spent 7 year of my career in this grade. I teach Math and Science specifically. I spent my first 6 years in a title one school in Dallas, TX.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have a very hands on classroom where independent thinking is encouraged and rewarded. I like students to be engaged in meaningful tasks that allow them to master the state standards for the grade level.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2012 PAEMST (Presidents Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching) award Texas Finalist in Mathematics.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended Brigham Young University and received a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education with an Early Childhood Emphasis.

I am from Michigan. I met my husband at BYU and we were married in California in 2002. We have an adorable 9 year old son, Hunter, and a sweet and sassy 19 month old, Mackenzie. I love teaching and I love creating things that the kids will enjoy using in the math classroom.