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This is a card sort activity where students match 3 cards: a model of fraction division, an equation, and a story problem. There are 12 problems total. A directions sheet with various uses for this activity is included, along with a student

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This "I Have, Who Has" game is all about square numbers! Students either have to square a number (1-12) or find the square root of perfect square numbers. There are 23 game cards with additional blank cards given as well.

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This is a matching game with a variety of levels. There are 18 matches (36 cards) in each set.
Set A: Basic comparison of 2 objects
Set B: Comparing one of the objects to all objects
Set C: Comparing 2 or more objects to each other
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This is a card sort activity where students match 3 cards: a model of fraction division, an equation, and a story problem. There are 12 problems total. A directions sheet with various uses for this activity is included, along with a student

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This is a hands-on activity where students practice measuring angles and then classifying them as either acute, right, or obtuse. There are 36 angles which can be printed on card stock paper or laminated for re-use. Use all of the cards (or as

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This is a fill-in the blanks type resource. Using the Area Model of Multiplication, students will use reasoning to figure out the missing parts. Using the Area Model can really build a student's mental math capability.
There are 5 levels of

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These math bookmarks are perfect for 4th-6th grade.
There are 20 bookmarks included; 4 of each one per page to help with copying for a class.
Concepts included are: 8 Math Practices, Place Value, Math Operations Vocab, Multiplication Properties,

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This is a 2 page worksheet that is a great practice for students to identify which given fractions are equal to several fraction models. It is intended for 4th grade but would be a great review for 5th and 6th graders.
Some fractions match up with

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This is a fill-in table where students can practice various ways to represent a multiplication problem. There are 4 different sheets, labeled A-D, with a variety of multiplication problems. It is important for students to understand that

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The Distributive Property can make multiplying a lot easier for many students. The Distributive Property is a way to get students starting to think about strategies they can use to solve multiplication problems mentally. Starting with multiplying

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This resource contains 42 question cards that align to every 6th grade math Common Core State Standard. It is perfect as a review at the end of 6th grade or at the beginning of 7th grade to see what your students remember from the prior year.
Every

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This is a unique activity where students will get to practice measuring to the nearest 1/4 inch. There are 2 sets of cards: one with 30 pictures and one with 15. There are 2 different sets of recording sheets for each set of cards as well. Each

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've worked in public education for many years in various positions. I've taught math at all levels from Kindergarten through High School Calculus. I've spent the past six years as a district Title I math consultant. In my position, I get to work with both teachers and students in grades K-6. I've recently added some of my husband's Science resources to my page. He teaches Middle School Science and has a lot of great material!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Small group, hands-on, student-discovery

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2018 School Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from Central Michigan University with a Mathematics major. Instructional Technology Master's Degree at Saginaw Valley State University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I've been married for over 11 years to a science teacher. It's nice to be able to talk with someone who understands what it's like being a teacher in today's world. I have an 8-year old puppy who keeps me on my toes. In my spare time, I like to read and figure out new ways to make math fun!

GRADES

PreK, Kindergarten, 1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}

SUBJECTS

Math, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Measurement, Numbers, Other (Math), Science, Basic Principles, Chemistry, Physics, Math Test Prep, Word Problems, General Science, Physical Science, Mental Math, Place Value, Engineering