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Fractions Number Line Practice With the CCSS or the new edition of your math program, are you finding that you need to teach the concepts of fractions using number lines? Don't have many resources for extra practice? Fractions Number Line
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Do you need some new ideas for end of the year math review activities for your second graders? First graders need a challenge? Back to school and realize your third graders need some review? This jam packed Mega Math Review can help. Almost every
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Great for the beginning of the year - This starter kit was created for third graders so the beginning of the year gets off to a good start - but some activities could be used by second graders and fourth graders, too! The kit contains activities
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Coming to America - An Immigration Unit This immigration unit will help you teach the subject to your students in grades one, two, three and four. The focus in on immigration in history and includes activities on why people immigrated to
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Matching Fractions Cut and Glue This fractions product comes in both color and black and white versions and will help your students identify fractions from pictorial representations and match the pictures to the fraction. Great for 1st grade,
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Fractions Card Game This fractions card game is in the I Have Who Has style. It contains 24 cards with halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, and ninths. Students will read the fraction on their card and then use a pictorial representation to
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Fraction Basics This fractions product contains all the fraction practice your students will need! It includes practice with: coloring fractions, finding and matching fractions, identifying evenly divided shapes, pattern block fractions, fractions
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Fraction BUNDLE This is a money saving fractions bundle of 5 of my most popular fraction products! Save big bucks by grabbing this instead of buying them separately! You will get fraction with both color and black and white boards (35 different
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This product is for use with Googleâ„¢ Drive and Googleâ„¢ Classroom! Looking for some synonym review for your students but want to integrate technology? Do your students have Googleâ„¢ accounts with Drive? This digital synonym match up is just right
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This is a small sample of informational writing activities from my complete Language Arts Interactive Notebook. I made these to help my second graders; however I feel confident they could be used with third and fourth graders, fifth graders who
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100 Random Acts of Kindness Freebie Looking for a fun and free 100s Day activity that addresses character education and social skills? Try this freebie which would be a great accompaniment to your social skills and character education lessons.
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FREEBIE Poetry Writing This poetry writing product shows students how to write Pyramid poems, a fun 5 line poem with lots of alliteration. Students choose a letter and all the words in the poem start with that letter. For younger students you may
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Freebie Immigration Reading Passages These reading passages are from my complete and comprehensive immigration unit (link below) . The passages focus on why people immigrated to American in the 1700s and 1800s. The passages are written at two
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End of the Year Tips, Tricks, and Checklists Isn't it so stressful at the end of the year? I put together some of my best tips and tricks and seven pages of checklists so that you can get organized and get control of the end-of-the-year chaos.
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Isn't the end of the school year overwhelming? To help you calm the chaos and get organized, I share my five top tips with you in this brief video. You can also download an accompanying pdf of the tips to refer to later and I will let you know where
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching second grade in Massachusetts for 19 years (how time flies) and have my Reading Specialist M.Ed. I have been spending time creating new games and activities for language arts and math. I have gotten more interesting in digital learning and you can see some of my digital resources here on TPT. I also love teaching science and social studies and recently started creating resources in those areas. One of my favorite books is "Math Curse". I have a blog called Reading and Writing Redhead.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My goal is to meet the needs of all students by differentiation and keep them engaged with interesting, valuable, and fun lessons!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Attended Colby College in Maine, then got my M.Ed in elementary education from Lesley University and then my M.Ed in reading specialist from UMass Lowell.

I grew up in a family with quite a few police officers and teachers. My brother and I are one of each. My aunt and two of my cousins are teachers. They all have inspired me in their own way! I love giant dogs, especially Saint Bernards. I love sweets (watch out if you have Brigham's chocolate ice cream) and reading. My favorite children's books include the Ramona Series (esp. Ramona the Pest) and Alexander and the No Good, Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad Day.