# Math Fun-atic

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This is a simple open number line that is designed to be laminated or put in sheet protectors so students can write on it. There is a box to write their addition or subtraction problem in and a blank number line they use to find the answer to the
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This printable worksheet is designed for students in grades 3-5 to show them the true value of each digit when you multiply 2 or 3 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. This goes right along with how Common Core teaches multiplication with larger
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This printable worksheet is designed to give students in grades 3-5 practice on interpreting the remainder in word problem format. It contains 2 digit numbers divided by 1 digit numbers. Students should use the space provided under each problem to
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This worksheet is designed to help students understand where decimals fall on a numberline. The visual numberline helps them to conceptualize the place value of a decimal in the tenths place.
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This is a three page review of the major concepts in math for third grade. This document contains pictures, models, and problems. There are blanks for the students to fill in their answers. It could certainly be used in fourth and fifth grade as
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This activity is a great independent, partner, group, or review activity for students grades 2-5. Students tri-fold a piece of construction paper and paste the headings on which are the 3 addition properties. Then they have to cut out and paste the
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This is a fun adverb sorting game, center, or cut and paste activity. In this activity, students sort little cards (with an adverb and a dog on each card) by placing each card under one of the three dog houses on the sorting sheet page. They place
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This printable worksheet is designed to have students apply their knowledge of scientific inquiry tools. It is a fill-in-the-blank with a word bank. Could be used as an assessment as well.
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This printable worksheet is designed to help students to recognize when they need to estimate before solving or simply solve and get an exact answer. A lot of children miss the key words in word problems that let them know they need to estimate
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This printable worksheet is designed to give students in grades 3-5 practice with word problems that use the 4 basic operations.
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This worksheet explains in detail how to use the distributive property of mutiplication. It is appropriate for grades 3-5. There is an example problem with a detailed description at the top for guidance. Then there are two problems for students to
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This printable worksheet is designed for students in grades 3-5 and uses fun riddles to get the students to think about these division questions. I use them as a math center. I laminate a set, cut out the cards, and have them write their answers
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This printable worksheet is design for students in grades 2-5 to use to measure the sides of the given triangles and use the measurements to decide wether the triangle is equilateral, isosceles, or scalene and they write it on the line next to the
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This printable worksheet is designed for grades 3-5 to practice or show their knowledge and application of the properties of multiplication and multiplying with three factors. It can also be used for classwork, homework, or assessment!
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This activity consists of an example problem that shows step-by-step how to subtract using a numberline and student practice problems. Students use "mountains" and "hills" on their number line to differentiate between a jump of ten and a jump of
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This printable worksheet is designed to give students in grades 3-5 practice with vertical and horizontal input/output tables using division.
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This pack of word work activities is designed for students to use with their spelling word, word wall words, vocabulary words or any other words you would like. There are 11 different activities included in the pack! -ABC order -finding the
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This math work mat is designed to be used with Base 10 blocks. There are designated spaces for each number and a place to lay their blocks. Great for those teaching Common Core or anyone who wants their students to understand the concept of
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This document explains how an AR ticket reward system can be used to boost student interest in reading and provides printable AR tickets. This system rewards them for taking tests and scoring well. This encourages students to read more and read more
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These are posters you print and hang on your wall behind your desk or small group area. They are very helpful during quiet work times when calling on children with their hands up would be disruptive. Students put up the number of fingers
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I have over 14 years of experience teaching. I have taught in North Carolina and Georgia. I have taught elementary and middle school math. I hold a master's degree in Mathematics Education. I love teaching math and sharing ideas!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in fun, student-centered learning that integrates multiple subject areas and has real world meaning. I am loving and understanding but very consistent and well-organized.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I was a military brat so I went to seven different grade schools in several different states growing up. I attended high school in Indiana. Then I went on to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington where I received my Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Eduation with a minor in mathematics. I hold a master's degree in mathematics education from Nova Southeastern University.

I wear many hats. I am a wife and mother of 2 little girls. I am an artist with my own business in addition to teaching middle school full time (which I love). I also enjoy scrapbooking and crafts of all sorts. All of my friends tell me that I am very creative and well-organized. I can organize anything! I also have a bit of a different sense of humor. I beleive humor is important happiness and making connections with others.