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Have your students use the familiar Hundreds Chart and their skip counting skills to build the concept of multiples. This is the forerunner of Least Common Multiples as well as Multiplication and Factoring.
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Are you sick of factoring polynomials by hand to make sure they work for your tests? Be sick no more! This product contains two jam-packed sheets of OVER 400 binomials multiplied out for your convenience! Use these to assist you in creating
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Are you sick of multiplying out binomials by hand to make sure they work for your tests? Be sick no more! This product contains two jam-packed sheets of OVER 400 binomials multiplied out for your convenience! Use these to assist you in creating
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This 41 page activity packet contains a fun ebook that uses the same domino effect that other books like If You Give a Mouse a Cookie use. It explains intuitively how we developed our number system and operations - from counting to addition,
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This tracking chart is especially for homeschoolers or teachers of younger grades (where the teacher teaches everything). It's a simple chart that you can print or use on your computer. The zip file has: * PDF of the chart with basic subjects
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Using probability tree diagrams to teach probability is helpful - but sometimes kids need a little practice with them. This worksheet has 11 probability tree diagrams to be "worked" as puzzles. This gives students practice filling them in and
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Using probability tree diagrams to teach probability is helpful - but sometimes kids (and grownups) need a little help with them. This "cheat sheet" has 5 pages of detailed (and easy to understand) explanations on how to calculate the various
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Here's a cool seasonal math craft that you can use to teach, introduce or reinforce fractions, decimals and percents. Even kids "not ready" for these concepts will have fun with the craft - and may even be able to do the math! Check out more details
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Teaching time to a differentiated classroom is hard - but this activity makes it much easier!
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You can use the tangent lines from a parabola to make a Christmas Tree. Here are the instructions as well as a template to do it.
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A clear explanation of how math homework should be written. This is in the proper layout to print, laminate and put together on a ring. Click here to read more about it on MathFour.com.
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It kills me when students mess up prime factorizations because of bad handwriting. They think they're bad at it when really they just need a little help neatening things up. So I created this handy graphic organizer to help out. Check out
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Handy reference for teachers or students. Use it to create problems. Use it to solve them. For more prime factorization resources, search www.MathFour.com for prime numbers (or click here!).
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Students struggle with comparing their work to an example. This activity helps them learn to dig into solutions and compare them - seeing where there are commonalities and where there are differences. (Note, they don't have to know anything about
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Most students use a math book to do their assignments. But rarely do students READ a math book. But some people do use math books for other reasons. Like looking at examples, for reference or (heaven forbid) to teach themselves. Regardless of why
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have over 25 years in teaching and tutoring math - 17 years of which have been in the classroom. I'm currently teaching math at a private special education school to students ages 12-20 and developmental level 2nd grade - 12th grade.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Having struggled through strange and interesting bits of math myself, and having tutored my best friends in math through high school and college, I have a teaching style that works very well with students who are less than confident in their abilities. What I've always told them is this: "I'm not better in math than you are, I'm just more confident."

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I had a student switch schools once to continue to take my classes!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors and Masters Degree in Mathematics

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I'm a math mom to two fun kiddos - born 2009 and 2013. Working on a side project called "That's Math."

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