Michelle Walker
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Michelle Walker
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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 cl...
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169 ratings
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My Little Book of Fractions ***US and UK spelling!*** This 8 page booklet will help your students to understand wholes, halves, fourths/quarter...
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1st, 2nd
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Recycling Recycle Recycle! is an integrated thematic unit which will encourage both you and your students to "Go green". This 26-page theme incl...
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58 ratings
3.8
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Monster Math Activity Pack In this pack you will find 14 math center activities for the following math concepts: 1. Patterns: ab abb abc abbc 2....
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Monster Problem Solving 2 ***Newly updated to include US and UK/Australian/Canadian spelling and a fresh new look!*** My 'Monster Problem Solvi...
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Children love edible manipulatives! Use mini packets of m&m's to practise math skills in graphing and graph analysis, tally marks, pattern ma...
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This is the ULTIMATE Gingerbread Man unit. In this unit you will find the following activities: * Read and compare: Character, setting, plot...
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This Lucky Leprechaun will help your students consolidate fraction recognition while they race to the pot-o'-gold! Fractions included are half, t...
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Jack and the Beanstalks Beans Plants and seeds Jack and the Beanstalk Thematic Unit Jack and the Beanstalk is a well loved children’s classic. ...
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Dinosaurs and Dodos Thematic Unit: This 28-page theme pack about Dinosaurs offers ready-to-use lessons with discussion points and step-by-step in...
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Practice basic addition facts with this fun dice game with a Dinosaur theme!
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BACK TO SCHOOL*BACK TO SCHOOL*BACK TO SCHOOL Sunflower Journals Writing Prompts to Promote Positivity & Joyfulness Teach your students to fi...
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This cute single page Math Game uses dominoes to practice basic addition facts...but before you can cover a number you have to add 1 (2, 3, 4 or ...
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This pack is crammed full of reading and spelling activities and games to keep children engaged in the learning and consolidation of high freque...
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Your students will have a "Seuss-tastic" time practicing 1 and 10 more and less with the Hat Cat. The game board for this game is a 100 grid to ...
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My Free Monster Problem Solving Math Center has proved SO popular that I have created this Christmas Cookie Problem Solving Center! In this cent...
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31 ratings
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Domino fraction cover up Following my hugely popular 'Roll, slide and cover' fraction game, here is a version your students can play using domin...
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Help the Easter bunny to hop to the Easter basket by rolling 2 dice and sliding them together to make a fraction. Find the fraction on the board ...
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1st, 2nd, 3rd
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16 ratings
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Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! Thematic Unit: Encourage your students to think and work creatively while learning about Bugs! in this integrated thematic unit...
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22 ratings
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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 fra...
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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.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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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.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

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!)