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Use this graphic organizer to teach comparing word problems. My students liked having a template instead of drawing them. Be sure to teach key words 'fewer than' and 'more than' for when to use comparison bars. An example of how to use comparison
Subjects:
Math, Word Problems
1st, 2nd
Types:
Graphic Organizers, Math Centers
\$0.95
10
Students can test their understanding of using comparison bars to solve comparing word problems. Have students cut out the squares and match the word problem to the comparison bar. The correct comparison bar is next to the problem so this could be a
Subjects:
Math, Word Problems
1st
Types:
Activities, Games, Math Centers
CCSS:
1.OA.A.1
\$0.95
5
I designed this worksheet for students to 'see the difference' when comparing to subtract. This activity is intended to introduce how to compare by matching the same and circling the difference to answer how many more? and how many fewer?
Subjects:
Math
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Printables
\$1.00
2
I use these charts with my students to teach them the connection with counting and equal groups. Multiples of 2s-10s are color-coded on the hundred charts to identify patterns. A blank hundred chart is on the last page for students to practice
Subjects:
Math
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Types:
Activities, Fun Stuff, Math Centers
\$0.95
To build conceptual understanding of multiplication, use rectangle arrays! This 5 problem worksheet is a pdf but teachers can copy-paste into a Google Drawing to be used for virtual learning. Students make a copy and can share their answers with you.
Subjects:
Math
2nd, 3rd
Types:
Worksheets, Minilessons, Printables
\$0.95
This student friendly explanation of Comparison Math Stories may be used during instruction and/or as a mini-lesson to differentiate learning. My math intervention students use this resource to understand how to use comparison bars and/or circle
Subjects:
Math
1st, 2nd, 3rd
Types:
Worksheets, Minilessons, Printables
\$0.95
Quick reference sheet for math common core state standards (CCSS) for First Grade
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
Handouts, Classroom Forms
\$0.95
1
Students will practice converting measures for weight, capacity, length, etc. Then, students will randomly fill in the blank BINGO board with 9 of their answers. Play BINGO by calling out the answers- 3 in-a-row wins!My 4th grade math group loved
Subjects:
Math, Measurement
3rd, 4th, 5th
Types:
Activities, Fun Stuff, Games
CCSS:
4.MD.A.1
\$0.95
This graphic organizer helps students understand how to write equations.
Subjects:
Math
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
Types:
Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Math Centers
\$0.95
1
Students can practice writing their multiples for each number 1-12. This resource could be used as a quiz or assessment to find out what facts that students know, and those they need to work on.
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations
3rd, 4th, 5th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment
\$1.00
1
This paragraph frame gives student language to explain how they are regrouping in subtraction. My students gained a deeper understanding from using this graphic organizer.
Subjects:
Math
2nd, 3rd
Types:
Graphic Organizers
CCSS:
2.NBT.A.2
\$0.95
1
Use this resource as an exit slip or formative assessment to check for understanding of using multiplication equations to find the area of a rectangle.
Subjects:
Math
3rd
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Printables
\$0.95
Students can practice addition facts in a sequential way, and may start to see the patterns in the numbers. Also, this can be used to assess addition skills.
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
Types:
Assessment, Computation, Printables
\$1.00
This document can be used to explain strategies to solve word problems. It may accompany homework to help parents understand how to use comparison boxes and circle drawings to solve comparison math stories. An anchor chart could be developed with
Subjects:
Word Problems
1st, 2nd
Types:
Handouts, Minilessons, For Parents
\$1.50
This graphic organizer is used to practice fact families and part-part-whole concepts with addition/subtraction and multiplication/division. You can laminate it and use number cards and white board markers to be able to practice several examples and
Subjects:
Math
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Types:
Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Math Centers
\$0.95
These cards have the shape and shape name. I laminate them to put up in the classroom. Great to use for grades K-2. Includes 10 shapes: circle, triangle, rectangle (quadrilateral), square (quadrilateral), pentagon, hexagon, cube, cone, rectangular
Subjects:
Math, Geometry
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Types:
Printables, Bulletin Board Ideas, Math Centers
\$1.00
Quick and easy tip sheet to structure your math block.
Subjects:
Math, Professional Development
Types:
Activities, Handouts, Classroom Forms
\$0.95
Use this form to document progress for targeted skills.
Subjects:
Professional Development
Types:
Assessment, Classroom Forms, Professional Development
\$0.95
This review worksheet aligns with the Math Expression Grade 1 Unit 2 concepts.
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations
1st
Types:
Activities, Computation
\$0.95
Subjects:
Math
5th
Types:
Computation, Printables, Math Centers
CCSS:
5.NBT.A.2
\$0.95
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Most of my teaching experience is in Special Education in urban areas. I have had self-contained, resource, and inclusion classrooms. I was a Math Interventionist in a suburban community from 2016-2020. I currently am a SEL Coordinator, and love every minute of it while navigating the pandemic.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My passion for small group and individualized instruction stems from my interest in working with the whole child. I feel that I am able to develop connections with my students by knowing their strengths, needs, and getting to know what makes them who they are. I am interested in all aspects of learning, including academic, behavioral, and social emotional, I plan my instruction with knowledge of student's learning styles, and include multi-sensory education and differentiated opportunities to help students succeed.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Multiple grants from Donor's Choose for classroom equipment. Grant for struggling readers from Learning Ally. Recipient of the Rochelle Lee/Boundless Readers classroom libraries 2005-2007.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

ESL Endorsement Loyola University 2015 Learning Behavior Specialist (LBS I) 2006 M.Ed. Portland State University 2002 B.S. Michigan State University 1996

Raising three amazing boys, ages 9, 11, and 13. Married to my husband for 13 years. Living in the northwest suburbs of Chicago.