# Mrs Beaz

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United States - Indiana - Muncie
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 Nothing ever comes to one, that is worth having, except as a result of hard work. - Booker T. Washington

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This item asks students to determine if two fractions are equivalent by placing each on a number line. The number lines are then compared to see which point is the furthest from zero. For the first few problems, the number lines are complete, so
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This item has students draw a diagram and plot a point on a number line for each mixed number listed. An example is given to guide students in the right direction. Only simple mixed numbers are used (fractional parts are either 1/4, 1/2, or 3/4).
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For this item, students must draw a diagram for each fraction given, then plot the same fraction on the number line. They must be able to divide the number line into equal parts in order to find the correct location of the fraction. On the second
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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*UPDATE: I have added a 5th item (Fractions On A Number Line Applied Word Problems -- like below). Total of 5 worksheets (10 pages) in all. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fractions-On-A-Number-Line-Applied-Word-Problems-983701 All you
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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4.0
This item has students plot fractions on a number line. Students first do a shaded model of the fraction, and then plot the fraction on the number line provided. Students must divide the number line (with a range of 0-1) into parts that will allow
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3.9
This item asks students to choose the best prediction, based on a short passage that gives context clues as to what will likely happen next. Many times when we practice making predictions, students are asked to TELL what they think might happen
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22 ratings
4.0
Students must match the expression (number sentence) that uses a variable with the correct value for that variable. Requires students to understand variables and how to find their values in number sentences that use addition, subtraction,
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Similar to "Plotting Fractions On A Number Line Worksheet," this requires students to draw a diagram of each fraction and then plot it on the number line. This one, however, leaves the fraction column blank so that teachers can tailor the
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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18 ratings
4.0
This item is a worksheet for students to practice using multiplication to solve division problems. They do this with an understanding that division is the inverse operation of multiplication. So, if students know their multiplication facts, they
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11 ratings
3.8
This item is a quiz/test that can be given to students to assess their knowledge and understanding of how to find the areas of irregular shapes. They must know how to find areas by counting units (including putting partial units together),
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3.9
This item is a cut and paste activity where students must know (or be able to look up) the meanings of common prefixes and suffixes. They must also be able to find meaning from a word using the meaning of it's prefixes or suffix and the base word
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4.0
This is a great way to conceptualize the idea of common denominators. It shows the students a model of common denominators that is similar to fraction strips. This idea could be used in combination with fraction strips if you have access to them.
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4.0
This item is a game students can play to practice multiplication facts. The sheet can be copied for one time use or placed in a sheet protector (students use dry erase markers) and use over and over again. It requires 2 or more players and is a
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4.0
This one is great test prep! I created this to look like items I saw on standardized tests my students were required to take. I knew my students understood the concept of homographs and we had worked with many; however, they were not accustomed to
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3.8
This is a basic crossword puzzle, using words that contain basic prefixes and suffixes (words include: preview, return, misplace, invisible, disobey, disappear, overweight, recover, unlock, unlike, impolite, defrost). Students must read the clues
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4.0
This item is a worksheet where students must find the factors of each number listed. First, factors are listed as multiplication problems. Then, factors are listed as single numbers. This will help students to understand that factors can be
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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6 ratings
4.0
This item requires students to add and subtract fractions with different denominators. It takes them through the steps of finding multiples of each denominator, choosing a common multiple, changing the fractions into equivalents, and then doing the
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This item can be used hand in hand with my other Fractions On A Number Line items. This particular worksheet focuses on applying the concept of representing a fractions on a number line through the use of word problems. The first page walks
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4.0
This item consists of two graphic organizers that can be used to compare and contrast the stories of Little Red Riding Hood and Flossie the Fox. Synopsis of Flossie the Fox from Scholastic.com: "In this multicultural folktale, Flossie takes a
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4.0
This item asks students to choose the word that fits both sentences. Students must find the multiple meaning word that makes sense in the blanks of both sentences given. The 3 wrong answers fit into one blank or the other, so students must read
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2 ratings
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3rd-5th Reading and Math Interventionist 4th Grade Classroom Teacher

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am well-organized and enjoy planning lessons that suit my students' needs and interests. I follow the philosophy that students learn best when the material is relatable and interests them, so I am always looking for supplemental resources that meet those needs. I am a visual learner, so I lean toward those types of activities and projects.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors Degree in Apparel Design; Completed a Transition to Teaching Licensure Program; Licensed to teach K-6

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