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Shopping with Miss Shoffler - In this activity, students will work in groups, with a partner, or independently. They will also need one di. Students will roll the di and record the number starting in the ones column. Each problem has students
Subjects:
Math, Place Value
4th, 5th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Printables
\$1.00
4 ratings
4.0
This is a two problem worksheet that helps students organize information from a given division word problem. The students are given an organizer for their information, which includes vocabulary reinforcement. They are provided with an graphic area
Subjects:
Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Word Problems
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Homework
CCSS:
5.NBT.B.6
\$1.50
2 ratings
4.0
This worksheet targets skills with exponents. Students are given either the number in exponential form or expanded form, and are required to write the standard form of the given number, as well as either the exponential form of the number or the
Subjects:
Basic Operations, Numbers, Place Value
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Worksheets, Handouts, Homework
\$1.00
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We are adding fractions with unlike denominators and a few of my friends had some issues with the steps and what to do once they got the least common denominator. I created this organizer in order to help them walk through the steps of adding
Subjects:
Fractions, Word Problems
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Math Centers
\$1.50
1 rating
4.0
A few of my students were having issues with reading numbers as we got into bigger place values and decimals. This chart helps them to record numbers across the place value strip and identify the place value names that are at the bottom of each
Subjects:
Numbers, Decimals, Place Value
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Printables, Graphic Organizers
\$1.00
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With this handout, students will label the amount of yearbooks sold using a circle graph. They are then asked to convert the amount of yearbooks sold into fractions in simplest form.
Subjects:
Fractions, Numbers
5th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Homework
\$1.00
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Objective: Today we will represent and explain multiplication of whole numbers by using area models to show multiplication by tens and ones. This flipchart focuses on multiplication using models. The models include base ten blocks, a 100s grid,
Subjects:
Basic Operations, Numbers
4th, 5th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Activboard Activities
\$4.00
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We are subtracting fractions with unlike denominators and a few of my friends had some issues with the steps and what to do once they got the least common denominator. I created this organizer in order to help them walk through the steps of
Subjects:
Fractions, Word Problems
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Math Centers
\$1.50
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This worksheet requires students to convert fractions, decimals, and percentages. For example: the student is given a fraction of 7/10. The student is then required to convert it into a decimal and a percentage. The students will be doing the same
Subjects:
Math, Fractions, Decimals
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Homework
FREE
1 rating
4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my second year teaching! I am the Special Ed - Inclusion teacher for fourth and fifth grade students. I have previous experience from a long term substitute position in the Intermediate FALS (Functional Academic Learning Support) program, as well as a full time internship in the general education 4th grade classroom, and a full time special education internship in the Primary FALS program.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My philosophy is that hands on activities, songs, visuals, and movement lend themselves to my students in more ways than one. I feel that if my students' are active in my classroom, then they are actively learning! I prefer to keep my students' constantly moving, talking, working, and learning with their peers throughout the day. It keeps us all busy! And let's face it: If I am bored, they are bored, and no one wants to be bored!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my Bachelor's Degree from Towson University in Elementary and Special Education and am certified in both areas!