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Practise shape recognition, counting skills and doubling and halving of numbers on this worksheet.
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This worksheet provides practice in symmetry and shape recognition. Students use 2-dimensional shapes to create the other half of symmetrical butterflies. Once th ebutterflies are completed they tally how many of each shape they have used.
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These 2 worksheets require students to color flags in different ways to indicate fractions.
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These 2 worksheets can be used to practice counting and number patterns. Students complete the number patterns and then describe the pattern in words. The first worksheet is complete with numbers while the second is blank to allow you to fill in the
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Problem Solving Word problems Monsters Monster Problem Solving *Newly updated! Now includes both US and UK/Australian/Canadian spelling!* In this center children use colored monsters to assist with solving word problems. This center can be used
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A practical activity in which students will learn to describe and sort 3-dimensional objects according to whether they have curved or flat surfaces and whether they can roll or slide.
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Turn the dial on the Penguin's tummy to create math sums to practice basic math facts. A choice of 3 dials offers practice in bonds 0-9 +0-3 or +0-5 or +0-9. There is a recording sheet to record the sums made. This activity is also a excellent "send
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This simple, fun Christmas-themed board game is an excellent Math Center activity. Players move around the game board collecting number cards and operation cards (+, - and =). The first player to be able to make a true sum wins the game. Excellent
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Match fractions, fraction names and fraction pictures in this Spring themed activity. A worksheet is included for extra consolidation. (Fractions included are halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths and eighths.)
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Your students will have great fun sorting the true and false number sentences with the little leprechaun. This center includes two sets of equations/number sentences to sort: *number facts *greater than, less than or equal to (numbers to
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Night, night graph Do you need to encourage your students to get to bed early? This little graphing activity may be the perfect way to do just that. Students gather information about bed times from their peers and complete a tally table and graph
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Falling for Math Games FREEBIE Your students will have fun practicing number recognition of numbers 1-6 with this fun, easy-to-play game. Two game boards are included to give ample opportunity to practice this skill for many weeks! This will be a
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Halloween Place Value FREEBIE Practice place value of numbers 100-200 with this cute worksheet that uses base 10 blocks and expanded notation to represent the numbers to be colored to reveal a mystery picture! **Pages are duplicated in this file
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Multiplication facts Times tables Christmas Gifts Galore! FREEBIE Have your students 'roll and race' their way through their multiplication facts with this cute dice game! Students roll two dice, multiply the numbers and color a gift with the
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Fractions Gingerbread Man Christmas Gingerbread Man Fractions FREEBIE Your students will enjoy coloring fractions of Gingerbread Men on the cute worksheet! They will also need to calculate the fraction of Gingerbread Men that are uncolored and
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Fractions Christmas Christmas Tree Fractions FREEBIE Your students will have plenty of practise calculating fractions of numbers with this cute coloring activity. A list of instructions is given to guide students to color the decorations and
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Times tables Valentine's Day Frogs Funky Frogs x4 Valentine's FREEBIE Practise 1-6 x4 with this cute partner game with a Valentine's feel!
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Practise fraction skills by matching the correctly shaded Wonka Bar to written fraction.(Cut and paste activity.)
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Compare fractions by answering questions like: "Would you rather eat 4/6 or 1/2 of a cake?" Children colour in the pictures to indicate which fraction they would rather eat.
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**This popular game has been recently updated to include a "Roll, slide and color" page as well as a choice between 2 game boards - one with a color background and one without.** A 2-player game to practice fraction recognition. Roll a pair of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught in an independent school in Port Elizabeth, South Africa for 16 years prior to the birth of my daughter. I am now self-employed as a resource developer creating thematic units, worksheets, posters and games for teachers using the wealth of knowledge and materials I developed in my years of teaching and giving private maths tuition to grade 1 to 7 children. I have developed an online resource center that teachers subscribe to to download teaching resources. You can visit my website at www.creativeclassroom.co.za.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in a creative approach to teaching young learners and like to integrate subjects so that learning becomes exciting and meaningful. As far as possible I try to include a variety of learning styles in my lessons and activities and I love using discussion and creative thinking as a basis for communication and learning with children.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I studied a Bachelor of Primary Education degree at the University of Port Elizabeth in South Africa.

I love to read, paint and do a number of crafts. I remain passionate about teaching and can frequently be found browsing the web (an addiction of mine!) searching for new and exciting ideas and advances in education and education philosophy. At present, my day time hours are dedicated to my 4 year old daughter and 16 year old stepson and so I am behind my computer - trying to earn a living - until the small hours of the morning! (It is worth it!)