# Ms Mathemagical

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KABLAM! is a positive way to reinforce using new strategies in the classroom. The popular game KABOOM! allows for repetition of facts and memorization. KABLAM! fosters repetition and growth of strategies as students become more familiar with
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This smartboard lesson allows students to problem solve by allowing the students to place fractions on the number line correctly. Students could have their own fractions to work along for guided practice or this could be used as a introductory mini
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KABLAM! is a positive way to reinforce using new strategies in the classroom. The popular game KABOOM! allows for repetition of facts and memorization. KABLAM! fosters repetition and growth of strategies as students become more familiar with
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This lesson is designed to introduce ratios by using what students know about equivalent fractions to help them understand the ratio relationship between the two quantities. The chant, "what you do to the top, you do the bottom and what you do to
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KABOOM is a fluency game which has helped my third-fifth grade students memorize their basic facts in a fun way. No Worksheets! This packet includes 16 multiplication and division sets with basic facts and unknowns to practice reciprocal thinking.
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This is a mini-lesson, guided, and independent practice with fractions involving like denominators. It is an introduction to the addition of fractions. Word problems with whole numbers are used to show that the actions are the same whether the
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KABLAM! is a positive way to reinforce using new strategies in the classroom. The popular game KABOOM! allows for repetition of facts and memorization. KABLAM! fosters repetition and growth of strategies as students become more familiar with
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This concrete visual lesson is designed for students to begin their exploration/understanding parts of groups. The lesson begins with pictures to aid students in their problem solving. By the end of the lesson, students must create their own
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This lesson matches CC.4.OA.4, which says to gain familiarity with factors and multiples. In this lesson, the u-shaped method to find all the factors of a number is explained. While learning about factors of a number, prime and composite numbers
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This smart notebook lesson shows students a familiar tool (the number line) can be used to round decimals to the nearest whole number. The entry page gives students step by step instructions on how to use the number line to help them. The
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This mid year assessment is computer based using Adobe Acrobat. The standards being assessed are in the right hand corner of each page. This assessment allows students to listen to the questions as many times as they require. The last page is the
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This is an introductory lesson to equivalent fractions starting with the pictures of each fraction and leading to multiplying by the same amount for numerator and denominator. It also comes with an Independent Practice for students that matches the
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Playing KABLAM! is a positive way to reinforce using new strategies in the classroom. The popular game KABOOM! allows for repetition of facts and memorization. KABLAM! allows repetition and growth of strategies as students become more familiar
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This is the third lesson in a series of lessons on test prep. This smart notebook focuses on using the NAPA strategy to solve listening word problems. It is intended to be a mini-lesson followed by your own guided and independent practice.
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This is a Smartboard Activity created to be a visual model of drawing and comparing fractions. Students at their seats or carpet can do the same problem as the person/student at the Smartboard to keep each student active.
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In this Smartboard activity, students learn that volume can be calculated in two ways: Counting all and multiplying using the method of length x width x height.
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This lesson is a series of lessons developed from a strategy called NAPA. This lesson should be the second in the series. This is intended to be a minilesson followed by your own guided and independent work.
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This is a mini-lesson, guided, independent practice with key that focuses on subtracting fractions involving like denominators. Word problems with whole numbers are used to show that the actions are the same whether the numbers are whole numbers or
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This lesson follows Adding Fractions With Like Denominators Using Pictures by developing a procedure for adding fractions that connects with the pictorial representation students have already learned. This packet includes the minilesson, guided,
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This the beginning lesson of several lessons in listening for word problems. It teaches the NAPA strategy. Other lessons will build on students using this strategy.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am an Elementary Math Facilitator (K-5). I also conduct staff development sessions for math for my district. What can I say? I love MATH!

MY TEACHING STYLE

From what I researched, I really don't fall into one set category. I don't think any good teacher would follow just one type of teaching. Teaching varies upon students and content. I find myself mostly using what is described as the personal model and the guided discovery model blended together. Students start off by problem solving and then I use their ideas to lead into minilessons, guided activities, and independent activities.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Boone Park Teacher of the Year 2007

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Early and Elementary Education Masters in Reading

I love to teach; however, I find the "planning" of a unit of study the most enjoyable. Yes, I know. You are saying, "YUCK!" I enjoy thinking through the steps that the brain will make to easily connect to prior learning. I use the Backwards Design method of planning lessons. I start with the goals in mind, and work my way through every step the brain must make before reaching comprehension, application and higher level thinking skills. I hope you enjoy the products that I make. Please let me know if there is something out there you want me to "plan".