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A quick and easy reference for circles, semicircles, quarter circles, circumference and area of circles. Also includes radius and diameter. There are three to one page. Perfect size to glue in an interactive journal or folder. Quick and easy
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Some students find worksheets boring. They will find this activity fun! Keep students engaged in learning and discussing similar figures with this loop game! Easy prep! Just print and play! Ten problems to practice setting up proportions for
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Quick and easy prep! Just print and tape around the classroom and prove to students that learning can be fun! CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW!!! This activity is fun and engaging, especially when students are set to work with a partner while you monitor
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Can be glued in as notes in an interactive math journal or given as an assignment. Students can see the difference between Lateral Surface Area and Total Surface Area when they show their work for both side by side. Here are more activities you
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This is a fun and colorful powerpoint that will keep your students focused on identifying parallel, intersecting & perpendicular lines. Eight Fact or Fib problems and 19 animated slides. LOOK AT THE PREVIEW FOR A BETTER LOOK!!!! Check out
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Get your students up and learning with this fun and colorful loop game that provides practice in determining the area of composite figures, including area of shaded regions. Two printing options available! Print in color or black and white! Answer
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Get your students to use their creativity with lines and polygons! Students are given directions, as well as a rubric, to design a map of a city using their knowledge of lines and polygons. There will definitely be some higher level thinking with
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I made this for my students to set goals in math class for 2017 to motivate them for the second half of the school year. I have provided four different options for you. You can use the prompts I created for math class and print in color or black
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Students will practice similar figures and scale factor with this fun activity. They may be inspired by Santa's elves and workshop after viewing the Christmas movie ELF. A rubric is provided for this Christmas math activity so students will know
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Students practice identifying the correct formula to use when given a word problem and then solve. Answer key and student work pages included! Directions: This is a loop game for practice using formulas with real world problems. Students can
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Great math station with quick and easy prep! Just print, cut and play! Your students will practice determining unit rates found in real world situations that they may possibly encounter during the holidays. There are 10 different problems that
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Some students find worksheets boring. They will find this activity fun! Keep students engaged in practicing how to find the percent of a number! Includes answer key and student work page! Easy prep! Just print and play! Fifteen problems to
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Quick and easy station prep! Great practice for Order of Operations! Includes two versions – color and black & white! Ten problems included for Order of Operations practice! A worksheet is boring. This math activity is fun! Your students
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This is a great reference to glue into an interactive math journal! Some of my students were struggling with identifying certain quadrilaterals when they appeared in a different position/orientation. So I created this foldable and it has made a
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Great practice if your students are still struggling with setting up proportions correctly!!!! In this activity: Students practice setting up proportions for real world word problems. Identify which out of five proportions given are set up
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This is a fun and colorful powerpoint that will keep your students focused on identifying corresponding sides, corresponding angles and congruent corresponding angles in similar figures. They will review math symbols used for the following
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This is a loop game for practice on determining the - area & circumference circles - radius or diameter when given the area or circumference - area of quarter circles & semi-circles. Includes Answer Key and Student Work Page! Students
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This is a fun and colorful powerpoint that will keep your students focused on identifying attributes of three-dimensional figures. This activity contains 22 animated slides that will first give examples of vertices, edges and faces of a 3D figure,
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This is a fun and challenging game that involves decimal computation, including negatives. Students roll a number cube and use a code to see what operation they will use and how many numbers they will need to draw from a set of 24 cards. Fun and
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A fun and challenging project that will allow your students to be creative, draw polygons, and identifying ordered pairs on all four quadrants of a coordinate grid. Easy to follow directions are provided on the project sheet. Just print and your
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am now in my 27th year of teaching math. I have taught 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade math. Currently, I am teaching 7th grade math in the state of Texas. Math standards have changed here recently and I am working on different activities to engage my students in learning. Stations and small group instruction make big impacts in student learning. The problem is that it does take time. I try to create stations that take little to no prep time so that they are ready to use in math stations. I also like to share ways that I organize and use them in my classroom. Some of my activities can be used more than one way.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I incorporate a little bit of everything when I teach, but mostly I facilitate learning. I feel variety is important. Technology, cooperative learning, group discussions and independent work are all important for students because it engages them in learning. I love to create fun, different and interesting activities, because that is what students like.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am proud and honored to say that I have been elected as Teacher of the Year for a total of three times on the two campuses I have worked at. I have also been elected as Teacher of the Year for my district twice, once as Elementary Teacher of the Year for my district and once as Secondary Teacher of the Year for my district.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Alice High School in Alice, Texas. I then attended Texas A&I University in Kingsville (now known as Texas A&M University in Kingsville, TAMUK), where I received an Associate's Degree and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Education with a specialization in Mathematics.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

As a student, I always struggled with math, until I met some amazing high school math teachers that made it fun and interesting. I use this as motivation to make math fun and interesting for my students. Math is difficult as it is for some, so why not make it fun?

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