Math Coach's Corner
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Workshop, not worksheets! K-5 resources for developing number sense.
 
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Description A workstation based on a John Van de Walle activity. Students see how many ways they can create a target number by ...
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Description My 2nd grade teachers swear by this unit!! If you are apprehensive about teaching subtraction with regrouping, this...
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Number bonds are powerful tools for helping children learn to compose and decompose numbers. This unit includes instructions for scaffolding l...
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Description Students will explore the relationships between whole numbers, fractions, and decimals using familiar models--money ...
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This set of cards is based on an activity by John Van de Walle. Students determine a covered missing part by using the whole and visible part. ...
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Description A MUST HAVE for the primary classroom! You'll never think of flash cards the same way again after using this set of...
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Description Understanding the true meaning of the equal sign--knowing that 5=3+2 is perfectly acceptable--is a really tricky con...
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Description Three activities in one to help kids develop benchmarks for 0, 1/2, and 1, compare fractions, and explore equivalent...
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Description Student activity cards for exploring numbers to 120 can be used with standard number cards or with themed number car...
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Description Students will be monstrously engaged with this fast paced game that can be played whole class or as a workstation! ...
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3rd, 4th, 5th
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Description The ability to subitize, or instantly recognize small arrangements of items, is a foundational math skill. A few mi...
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Description These colorful posters illustrate and explain the Common Core Mathematical Practices in kid-friendly terms. Three p...
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Description Number bracelets provide concrete practice for determining all the combinations of each number from 1 to 10. This a...
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Measurement conversions can be tricky! This 28-page unit provides you everything you need to move your kiddos from simple conversions to toughe...
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Description Learning combinations for the numbers from 5 to 10 will be all swimming downstream with this adorable fish unit. Do...
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Description It's no secret that students have a hard time with word problems. They can know how to add and subtract fluently, b...
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Description Students will build deep conceptual understanding of fact and number families with these 4 workstation activities. ...
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Description Extend student understanding of numbers and the patterns in a hundreds chart all the way to 1,000! This set include...
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Description Kids will love identifying 3-D geometric attributes (faces, edges, and vertices) with this fun spin on the classic W...
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Description This is a complete unit for teaching 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication following the concrete, representational, abs...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

With stops along my 21-year educational career path as a classroom teacher and a K-5 math instructional coach, I am now living my dream as a K-5 math interventionist!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Having taught grades 3-5 for most of my career, primary (K-2) math is now a passion. I look for ways to prevent the gaps I saw in my 3-5 students. I try to create activities and resources that are engaging, but contain sound math. Multiple representations and activities that follow the CRA (concrete-->representational-->abstract) sequence of instruction are my specialty. I also try to make products that are easy for teachers to put together and implement in their classrooms.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I keep busy presenting at both the state and national level: NCTM Annual Meeting and Exposition, 2014; NCTM Regional Conference, Baltimore, 2013; Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), 2013-2015; Illinois ASCD PreK-K Conference Featured Speaker, 2015; SDE Singapore Math Conference, 2014

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

With an accounting information systems background, teaching is my second career, so I look at math through a real-world lens. I am a life-long learning and continue my education through online book studies, blogging, reading, and engaging with other educators around the world on Twitter.

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Let's get social! Visit my blog for K-5 math tips and freebies you can use tomorrow in your classroom. You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter.