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This set of 100 flashcards is great practice for integer fluency. It contains addition of positive and negative integers. There are four cards per page. Just print, cut, shuffle and they are ready for play! Can be used many ways! ♥"Around the
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This is a Loop Game that will provide practice in Order of Operations with integers. Quick and easy prep! Just print, mix them up and tape around the classroom and your students will start walking and talking about math! This activity is fun and
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This packet contains six different activities for practice on coordinate geometry. Students will identify and plot points on a coordinate grid. º Parts of a Coordinate Plane – Students identify and label all parts of a coordinate plane. Answer key
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I made this for my students to set goals in math class for 2018 to motivate them for the second half of the school year. I have provided four different options for you. You can use the prompts I created for math class and print in color or black
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Multiplication of Whole Numbers Matching Card Set - Up to 3 x 2 digits This hands on matching card set is great to use as a math station or center. Students solve a problem that is on a card and find the answer on another card. This set
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Division of Whole Numbers by 1-Digit Divisors Matching Card Set - With Remainders This hands on matching card set is great to use as a math station or center. Students solve a problem that is on a card and find the answer on another card. This set
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Division of Whole Numbers by 1-Digit Divisors Matching Card Set - No Remainders This hands on matching card set is great to use as a math station or center. Students solve a problem that is on a card and find the answer on another card. This set
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This colorful PowerPoint contains ten different problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of decimals. Each slide has one problem with a colorful background. Just project on screen and give students time to solve the
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These Integer Fluency Quizzes area a great way to motivate your students to practice their integer facts! I used these quizzes for four weeks with my classes to help improve integer fluency and my students loved it! Includes 5 different quizzes of
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This Thanksgiving math activity contains great practice on adding decimals, subtracting decimals, multiplying decimals, and dividing decimals. Includes practice pages on the following: Addition of Decimals Subtraction of Decimals Multiplication of
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This is a Loop Game that will provide practice in Division of Decimals. Quick and easy prep! Just print, mix them up and tape around the classroom and your students will start walking and talking about math! This activity is fun and engaging,
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Students will determine and identify rational numbers during this animated Fact or Fib. It includes a quick review at the beginning that you will click through so that you have an opportunity to discuss with students. There are 11 Fact or Fib
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These labels are colorful and a great way to color code journals in your Texas History classes! There are eight different colored Texas state designs and can be printed four to a page. Also included are expectations so that students can be reminded
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These labels are colorful and a great way to color code journals in your science classes! There are eight different colored beakers and can be printed four to a page. Also included are expectations so that students can be reminded on how their
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Students solve real life situation word problems that involve Unit Rates during this Loop Game. This activity is a great way to get your students walking and talking about math! There are twelve problems, a student work page and an answer key. What
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Students will practice determining unit rates and proportions found in real world situations. They will then find the card with the answer to match it to. Great math station with quick and easy prep! Just print, cut and play! Includes two printing
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These are great for organizing units in interactive journals in any subject and in any grade level! There are three options to choose from. There are two unit cover pages on one printable page, so they are the perfect size for a composition
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Great practice for addition of integers and integer fluency! Get your students talking about integers with this colorful, animated Fact or Fib powerpoint presentation. Visuals are included so that students can "see" how to add integers. Red and
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This activity is great practice for integer fluency! It's also quick and easy to prepare. Just print and add a paper clip for a spinner! Each student spins both spinners to create their own integer problem. Every student will have a different
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This download includes three Different Sets of Cards! This is a black and white version. Here is a link to the exact same set of cards in a color version; Equivalent Fractions, Decimals & Percent Matching Card Sets - 3 Different Games! These
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am now in my 28th year of teaching math. I have taught 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade math. Currently, I am teaching 7th grade math in the state of Texas. Math standards have changed here recently and I am working on different activities to engage my students in learning. Stations and small group instruction make big impacts in student learning. The problem is that it does take time. I try to create stations that take little to no prep time so that they are ready to use in math stations. I also like to share ways that I organize and use them in my classroom. Some of my activities can be used more than one way.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I incorporate a little bit of everything when I teach, but mostly I facilitate learning. I feel variety is important. Technology, cooperative learning, group discussions and independent work are all important for students because it engages them in learning. I love to create fun, different and interesting activities, because that is what students like.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am proud and honored to say that I have been elected as Teacher of the Year for a total of three times on the two campuses I have worked at. I have also been elected as Teacher of the Year for my district twice, once as Elementary Teacher of the Year for my district and once as Secondary Teacher of the Year for my district.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Alice High School in Alice, Texas. I then attended Texas A&I University in Kingsville (now known as Texas A&M University in Kingsville, TAMUK), where I received an Associate's Degree and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Education with a specialization in Mathematics.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

As a student, I always struggled with math, until I met some amazing high school math teachers that made it fun and interesting. I use this as motivation to make math fun and interesting for my students. Math is difficult as it is for some, so why not make it fun?

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