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Workshop, not worksheets! K-5 resources for developing number sense.
 
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Number bonds are powerful tools for helping children learn to compose and decompose numbers. This unit includes instructions for scaffolding learning through three sets of cards: (1) cards with the whole and both parts known, (2) cards with both
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Students explore the relationships between whole numbers, fractions, and decimals using familiar models--money and base-ten blocks. This 52-page unit contains 6 pages of instructional suggestions along with the following: • 2 place value mats
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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. Great for small group instruction, whole group instruction, or math centers. Cards contain all
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Understanding the true meaning of the equal sign--knowing that 5=3+2 is perfectly acceptable--is a really tricky concept for most young students. This unit provides concrete learning experiences to build a sturdy foundation and several engaging
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You want low-prep, standards-based math workstation tasks that build student number sense through research-based activities, right? Well, you've come to the right place! This set of activities is aligned to the K-2 CCSS and TEKS. Print, laminate,
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A MUST HAVE for the primary classroom! You'll never think of flash cards the same way again after using this set of dot cards to provide strategy-based, representational practice with addition and subtraction facts. The cards are three to a page
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These colorful posters illustrate and explain the Common Core Mathematical Practices in kid-friendly terms. Three pages of teaching notes explain the practices in laymen's terms. Also includes a B & W line-art page that's perfect for kiddos to
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Extend student understanding of numbers and the patterns in a hundreds chart all the way to 1,000! This set includes: - Eleven hundred charts showing numbers from 1-1000 - Eleven partially filled in hundred charts for numbers from 1-1000 -120
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Learning combinations for the numbers from 5 to 10 will be all swimming downstream with this adorable fish unit. Download the preview to see the materials that are included and read 3 pages of teacher notes. Check out this blog post to see
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Fun aliens adorn the games in this unit and will lead your students toward a deeper understanding of multiplication. Download the preview for a complete description of what is included and to read three pages of teacher notes. • Capture 4 strategy
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These colorful posters illustrate and explain the Common Core Mathematical Practices in kid-friendly terms. Three pages of teaching notes explain the practices in laymen's terms. Also includes a B & W line-art page that's perfect for kiddos to
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Students explore place value and number relationships with NINE different workstation activities. Contains: 1. Teacher notes 2. Student instruction cards, game cards, and game boards for 9 different activities • Number line representations of
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Rekenrek translates loosely to calculation rack or arithmetic rack, and it was designed by a Dutch mathematician. The rekenrek is a great visual model for developing a strong sense of 5 and 10, and it supports a strategy-based approach for learning
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In recent years there has been a huge shift away from rote memorization of math facts and toward a strategy-based approach for learning math facts. There's a big difference between memorizing and understanding. The activities in this unit focus on
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Number bonds are powerful tools for helping children learn to compose and decompose numbers. These cards are a great companion to the cards in Common Core: Using Number Bonds to Develop Part/Whole Thinking, sold separately. This unit includes
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This unit is packed with materials for teaching five different common core number and operations standards. It includes whole group instruction, workstation activities, a whole class game, partner games, and printables. Download the preview to
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Incorporate these cards into your daily warm-up for an engaging activity that will help students build a strong understanding of tens and ones. Perfect for Number Talks as students discuss not only what number they see but how they see it. Also
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Your students will love practicing multiples with this face-paced partner game! Players try to deplete their deck of cards by being the first to play either the next or previous multiple of a given number on the card showing. Includes decks of
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Understanding the concepts of tens and ones, a foundational place value skill, is very difficult for students to grasp. Knowing that a "ten" can be counted as a unit but also represents 10 ones requires lots of hands-on activities. Adorable
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This 70 page unit is packed with number sense activities, and the materials are flexible enough for you to think of your own! Download the preview to read the FOUR pages of activity descriptions. Includes: ** 36 cards for subitizing, large enough
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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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