Ms Pixie Lou

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Ms Pixie Lou
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This easy to use rubric allows students score their own exit tickets. Students score themselves on answering the question, using supporting examples, use of math vocabulary, organization, and capitalization/punctuation. There is a place for
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Students will use Skittles candies to find measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode, range, outlier). Common Core Aligned "I Can" Statements Included.
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Students begin by taking notes about the definition of ratio. Then, students write the different ways to write ratios using a given picture. To solidify the skill, students are each given some M&Ms and tally the number of each color. Using
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Students will use conversation hearts to collect, chart, and analyze data. Students define data vocabulary, find measures of central tendency [mean, median, mode], and graph their information in a bar graph. Common Core aligned "I Can" Statements
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This product is a set of 24 task cards where students compare fractions with unlike denominators. Fractions can be compared using fraction strips or greatest common factors--making it easy to differentiate, or even use more than one time! Great
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Students use dice to participate in this hands-on game about fact families. Students roll two dice and use the numbers to make an addition fact family. Then, they use the same numbers to make a subtraction fact family. Perfect for independent
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Students will use conversation hearts to collect, analyze, and report data. Students will define data related vocabulary, find measures of central tendency using a sample of conversation hearts, and graph the sample. I Can Statements align with
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Complete this Glyph with your class to make a cute (and energy saving!) decoration. Students answer some simple questions about themselves to make a string of holiday lights. Then, they cut out the lights, attach them to string, and hang them up for
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This is a simple checklist created by Ms. Pixie Lou for students to use to make sure they have all the parts of a simple sentence: capitals, punctuation, spelling. These can be printed in any size for easy use. Color and BW are both provided.
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This is a set of 24 task cards that require students to count mixed coins: pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. The cards start off easy and progressively become more difficult. Great for pre-assessments, review, post-assessments, enrichment,
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This is a quick student interest survey designed for students to fill out. This is perfect for gather information for the profile section of the IEP!
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Students answer questions about themselves to color and make a heart garland that is unique to each student.
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Fun Valentine Activity for any classroom. Using tiny boxes of conversation hearts or a small scoop from a big bag, students answer simple fraction questions about the hearts. This is a great center, small group, or extra work activity. Great for
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This fun and interactive task cards are adaptable for all seasons. Choose a candy, such as Skittles or Jelly Beans for your students to find the fractions amounts. Thanks for checking out a Ms. Pixie Lou product!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a special education teacher at a charter school for students with learning problems since 2005. I have taught reading, language arts, writing, and math. I currently teach 5-6th grade level math as well as serve as an intervention specialist for grades 5-8.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My primary teaching style involves the use of stations and individualized materials. Students in my class rotate around the room and spend time working independently, as well as with a teacher and educational assistant.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2005 Bachelors Degree in Special Education, Youngstown State University 2007 Masters Degree in Reading Curriculum and Instruction, Grand Canyon University 2010 Masters Degree in Instructional Technology, Kent State University

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