Total:
\$0.00

Rachel Lynette

(61,871)
United States - Washington - Lake Forest Park
4.0

You Selected:
Types
CUSTOM CATEGORIES
Prices
Top Resource Types
• Math Centers
My Products
sort by:
Best Seller
view:
Each of these 32 Math Challenge Task Cards has a different multi-step math story problem. Students will use all four operations as they solve the problems. There are some that involve money, measurement, or elapsed time. Answers can all be expressed
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.29
3832 ratings
4.0
Word Problem Task Cards: Multi-step story problems for Grades 3 and 4, CCSS Aligned Each of these 32 Math Challenge Task Cards has a different multi-step math story problem. Students will use all four operations as they solve the problems. There
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.29
1474 ratings
4.0
These 32 division word problem task cards were designed to help students practice interpreting the remainder. On the included answer sheet, students not only record the answer to the problem, but also check one of three boxes to show how they dealt
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.25
1082 ratings
4.0
These rigorous task cards require students to use a variety of math skills including place value, rounding, addition subtraction, multiplication, greater than/less than and more, in order to solve the puzzles. They would make a great warm-up
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.29
1095 ratings
4.0
Use these 32 multiple choice task cards to practice interpreting order of operations. These cards are focused on the expression of the equation, rather than the solution. However, a Challenge Card is also included which can be used with any other
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.19
718 ratings
4.0
Here are 32 multiple choice task cards to help reinforce your students' understanding of fraction equivalents. A student answer sheet and an answer key is also included so that students can self-check. In addition, there is also a Challenge Card
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$3.19
804 ratings
4.0
Use these 32 task cards to help your students gain fluency in solving two-digit addition and subtraction word problems. Almost all of these problems require regrouping to solve. There is a mix one and two step problems. A few of the addition cards
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$3.29
627 ratings
4.0
Each of these 32 place value cards presents a different three or four-digit number and three statements about that number. The challenge is to correctly identify the statement that is not true. Students must use the following skills be
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$3.29
668 ratings
4.0
Use these 32 short answer cards to help your students master rounding to the nearest ten through the nearest million (CCSS 4.NBT.3). These cards are perfect for test prep and will work well at math centers, stations, for partner work, or with the
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$3.19
617 ratings
4.0
Use these 32 multiple choice task cards for practicing simplifying (reducing) fractions. The multiple choice format makes this set perfect for test prep. A student answer sheet and an answer key is also included so that students can self-check. In
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$3.19
584 ratings
4.0
These 24 perimeter and area cards do not require the use of a ruler and can be used in a variety of ways: For perimeter: The cards are a mix of regular and irregular shapes. Many of them also require students to find missing sides to solve.
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.19
486 ratings
4.0
Use these 32 multiple choice ordering decimals to help your students practice this important skill. Each of these cards includes series' of four decimals for students to order. The decimals range from ones to thousands and are mixed on the cards so
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$3.19
496 ratings
4.0
The 32 task cards were created using state standardized tests and grade 3 math Common Core Standards. Almost every standard is covered. Use at a center, with games or with the whole class. A student answer sheet and an answer key is provided. There
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.29
638 ratings
4.0
This resource includes two sets of elapsed time word problem task cards. There are several types of problems within each set. Some cards require students to find the ending or starting time while others require them to tell how much time has passed.
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$4.98
473 ratings
4.0
One big challenge students often have with math story problems is that they do not read the problem carefully enough. These longer story problems were designed to help students learn to read carefully and pick out the relevant details. Each of
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.98
508 ratings
4.0
These challenging cards require more than simply counting coins. Students must use logic to find the correct solution for each card. It is important for students to have real or plastic coins available to work with as they solve each problem. An
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.19
441 ratings
4.0
Use these 32 story problem task cards to help your students gain fluency in solving multi-digit multiplication story problems. The odd numbered cards each feature a story problem which requires students to multiply a three or four-digit number by a
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$3.29
\$1.00
406 ratings
4.0
Diffy is a fun and intriguing math game that requires subtraction, logic, and pattern recognition to win. It can be played with whole numbers, negative numbers, fractions, and money. This game is challenging for both kids and adults! You can play
Subjects:
Types:
FREE
469 ratings
4.0
One big challenge students often have with math story problems is that they do not read the problem carefully enough. These longer story problems were designed to help students learn to read carefully and pick out the relevant details. Each of
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.95
349 ratings
4.0
Use these 32 word problem task cards to reinforce multiplication and division word problem solving skills. A student answer sheet is included along with an answer key for self-checking. There is also a Challenge Card that can be used in conjunction
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
\$3.29
437 ratings
4.0
showing 1-20 of 58

Ratings

Digital Items
4.0
Overall Quality:
4.0
Accuracy:
4.0
Practicality:
4.0
Thoroughness:
4.0
Creativity:
4.0
Clarity:
Hard Goods
N/A
Shipping Efficiency:
N/A
Overall Quality:
N/A
Accuracy:
N/A
Practicality:
N/A
Thoroughness:
N/A
Creativity:
N/A
Clarity:
Used Goods
N/A
Shipping Efficiency:
N/A

4.0
Total:
254,379 total vote(s)
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught students from grades K-8. As a classroom teacher, I taught mostly highly capable third and fourth graders, often creating curriculum to meet their needs. I have also taught technology and science to multiple grades. I am a published author of more than 120 nonfiction books for children on a variety of topics. I have written for Harcourt, Lucent, and Rosen, among others. I have also written 10 teacher resource books for Evan-Moor including the Critical and Creative Thinking Skills series, a set of 6 books that I developed for the publisher. In addition, many of the task cards from my TpT store were used to create Kagan Publishingâ€™s Quiz, Quiz, Trade series. I am also an advisor for Boom Learning, an open marketplace for teacher-created mobile apps.

MY TEACHING STYLE

One of my most important mentors said that we should give students "Freedom within structure." I took that concept to heart and it has resulted in a motivating, challenging, and highly effective leaning environment. I think kids should love coming to school. That is how I taught when I was in the classroom and that is what I keep in mind when I create teaching resources for TpT. My goal is to create high-quality products that are easy to use and include some element or creative or critical thinking. Many of my products are also aligned to Common Core Standards.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am an All Time Top Ten Seller on Teachers Pay Teachers and the #1 seller for grades 3-5. In July 2015 I was a keynote speaker at the Teachers Pay Teachers Conference in Las Vegas where I spoke to around 1,400 TpT teacher authors. I have also presented at every conference.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I hold a BA in Developmental Psychology and a K-8 Teaching Certificate from Western Washington University.

Here are some of the other places around the web you can find me:

Minds in Bloom

Pinterest

My curly hair icon was inspired by a cartoon I used to draw on student worksheets and parent communications. Here is what I really look like: