# PrimaryMatheMagic

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Common Core correlation to 2nd and 3rd grade standards. Students will create story problems by "rolling" dice on the board, then drag people, animals, and/or objects to the work space to visualize the concept of skip counting by 2's, 4's, 5's, and
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Students pick up a dime or a penny as they land on a gameboard spot. Look out for the big, hungry wolf! He will take all of your money. Count your money when you reach the cottage.
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Students immerse themselves in adding tens and ones to find the third piece to the puzzle! Following the idea of "give them something they know, then build on that", students will first pick a "blue" card and create a model with Base-ten
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Are your students confused when the minute hand is on the six, but we say thirty? In this SMARTboard activity, your students will practice telling time to the hour and half hour as they learn an original rhyme and move clocks with times matching
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Played as a typical game board, students read story problems from cards in which they must compute 10 more or 10 less than the number in the story.
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Students pick up a nickel from each spot landed on in this board game. Look out for the goblin under the bridge! He'll take all of your money! Your students will love counting nickels and counting by fives while trying to avoid the goblin.
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Finish building the snowmen by finding the answer to the problem on the bottom snowball. Included is everything needed but the folder and library pocket to make this activity a file folder matching game. Directions are included for using this as a
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Cupcake Cuties Counting and Comparing Numbers 1-10 will help your kindergarteners make connections between counting and cardinality. After that they move into comparing quantities up to 10, then progressing to comparing quantities connected to
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Students will love chomping the greater number with a shark attack! Directions: Always introduce and practice an activity with students before placing in a center or station for independent use. Student will choose two number cards and place
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Activity 1: (Scaffolded Support for K.C.C.6) Comparing Quantities 1-5 Activity 2: (On Grade Level for K.C.C.6) Comparing Quantities 1-10 Activity 3: (Enrichment for K.C.C.6 in preparation for K.NBT.A.1 and 1.NBT.B.3) Comparing Quantities
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This is a new version of Ladybug Spots designed especially for Kinders! The ladybugs have lost their spots. Students will find the spot that has a different representation of the number on the ladybug. Look for the domino, die, ten frame, and
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Students will love "shopping" for these colorful toys on 24 different 3-piece puzzles from Primary Mathemagic. Choose a toy puzzle piece and read the amount of money on the price tag. Then find the two other puzzle pieces that show that amount of
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3 ways to play: File Folder Activity: Match the heart halves to complete each number sentence. Individual Activity: Student will match the heart square to the corresponding heart half. Small Group Activity: The teacher will hold the
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Your students will love helping these adorable little Valentine frogs find a lily pad of their own. During a small group lesson students will use various strategies to solve a 2-digit by 2-digit addition problem and explain their strategies. After
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This 3 part Notebook file will provide plenty of practice counting to 30 in different representations such as Base 10 blocks, money, equations, objects, and words. In the first section, students find the 4 representations that match the number the
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This Number Recognition Pack 6-10 includes: Teacher cards with 7 activities. Colorful number mats 6-10 and 1-10 number lines 1-10 number cards Student numeral reading page, 6-10 and 1-10 Numeral reading fluency recording page for pre and post
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Your students will love this self-checking counting money pencil poke activity. Use it for independent practice as an alternative to worksheets, place it in a center or station, or use it in small group instruction. You can even project the
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Students will use a number balance to complete addition equations for sums to ten. There are 8 sets of equation strips including those with part unknown and whole unknown, each with a corresponding worksheet. In addition, there are two sets in
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Students will enjoy counting coins on the colorful scoops of ice cream and matching them to the cone with the correct amount. This activity includes counting U.S. coins in different configurations from 50 cents up to one dollar.
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Help children understand place value as they help these nine little chicks find their hats and shells. Directions for differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all students. Understand that the number 42 can be represented in a variety of
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28 years teaching experience; Staff Development Trainer; Math Lead Teacher, Curriculum Specialist/Coach

MY TEACHING STYLE

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NCCTM Outstanding Elementary Mathematics Teacher of the Year, Johnston County, NC; Cleveland Area Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

North Carolina State University, M.Ed. Elementary Education specializing in Mathematics; Elizabeth City State University, BS, Early Childhood Education; Florida International University, Graduate Certificate, Urban Education; Certification: Kindergarten-Grade 8; Academically and Intellectually Gifted, K-12; Math Specialist, K-6

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