# OCD in Elementary Shanon Juneau

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This deck covers digits in the ones place and digits in the tens place. Students have to read the sentence, then type the number into the correct place in the place value chart. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 9. IT'S A DIGITAL
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This bundle covers tens and ones, place value, counting dimes and pennies, comparing numbers, ordering numbers, digits, adding tens, adding ones, addition strategies, missing numbers, and double-digit addition. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you
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With this deck, students will use the strategy of number bonds and adding ten first to solve the double-digit addition problems. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 24. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your
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With this deck, students will use the strategy of number bonds and adding ONE first to solve the double-digit addition problems. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 25. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your
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Students will look at groups of tens and extras, and then type in the numbers into the place value chart. This resource goes up to the number 40. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 2. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go
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This deck covers counting coins up to 40 using dimes and pennies. This is a St. Patrick's Day themed deck. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 4. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you have
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This deck covers adding tens to either a one digit or two-digit number. Numbers are up to 49. Students type in the correct answer. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 12. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your
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With this deck, students will read the place value chart and then decide which picture matches. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 3. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you have devices, but not
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With this deck, students have to solve double-digit addition problems up to 40. There are 63 different cards. MOST are double-digit addition with regrouping. TONS of practice! This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 17. IT'S A DIGITAL
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Students will look at groups of tens and extras, and then type in the number. This resource goes up to the number 40. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 1. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you
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This deck covers putting numbers in order from either least to greatest or greatest to least. Numbers are up to 40. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 8. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you
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This deck covers greater than, less than, or equal to. Numbers are up to 40. Students have to decide which phrase completes the sentence. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 10. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in
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This deck covers comparing numbers up to 39. Students will look at the two pictures, write the amount for each, and then decide which shows more. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 7. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go
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With this deck, students will need to complete the second place value chart depending on what the arrow tells them to do. They will either add 1, subtract 1, add 10, or subtract 10. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 5. IT'S A DIGITAL
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With this deck, students will need to count the coins (dimes and pennies up to 40 cents). Once they count, then they will fill in the place value chart, and then type how many tens, how many ones, and the total amount. This lesson goes perfectly
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With this deck, students are given a visual of adding ones to a two-digit number. Then they have to write the addition sentence to match and then fill in the place value chart. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 13. IT'S A DIGITAL
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With this deck, students are given four different addition sentences. The first one is an easy addition sentence, then the next three students can figure out using the first problem. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 15. IT'S A
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With this deck, students have to solve double digit addition problems up to 40. there are 138 different cards. TONS of practice! This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 16. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your
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With this deck, students have to type in the number that should be in the box. Covers counting up using tens, counting down using tens, counting up by ones, counting down by ones, and a few counting by fives. This lesson goes perfectly with Module
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With this deck, students have to count how many ones are shown. (even though they might make a ten, they have to type in the total number of ones) This lesson goes perfectly with Module 4 lesson 23. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go
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I'm on my 18th year of teaching. I taught first grade for my first ten years and truly loved first and never thought I would move. Then we received a \$100,000 technology grant, and I was asked to move up to middle school to help implement the grant. I taught 6th - 8th ELA and technology for four years. It was a wonderful experience, but I was glad when my wish was granted to move back down to first grade. I figured that 1st was my last stop, as I was in my happy place, but as we all know, things don't always happen the way we expect. I applied for and was offered a spot in our technology department at the district level, and it was too good of a move to pass up. Now I am working on helping our teachers as we move to a 1:1 district. Our goals are to help our teachers integrate technology effectively. It's been a fun ride thus far!

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