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Use this activity during your double digit multiplication lesson. Feel free to use this as a center or as independent practice. This hands-on activity is a fun way to practice. Children can use dice (or double dice) to roll the numbers they will
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I am always finding ways to allow my students the opportunity to practice odd and even. Use this activity during your double digit subtraction with regrouping lesson. Have the students answer the questions. Then, have the students cut out the
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This test was created as an assessment for 3rd graders learning about maps. Students must be able to have the following skills to complete this test: -label the Compass Rose -understand longitude and latitude -understand the Tropic of Cancer and
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This unit includes a writing activity that corresponds with September 11th. After discussing 9/11, this can be used to allow students to write one small way that they can change the world. Template includes: boy and girl template, writing paper,
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It is always fun to find a different way to assign a book report. Why not use pumpkins to create a fun and different at home book report? This document includes examples, directions, and a 2 page book report to be filled out by the students.
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After my class wrote a rough draft for their persuasive letters, I distributed these checklists to the class. They broke up into partners. Each child read their partner's persuasive letter. They used this checklist to make sure all of the
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This worksheet contains 4 word problems, geared towards practicing double digit addition without regrouping. There is a place for students to draw a picture to show their work and a blank equation to fill out.
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This document is a place value test, appropriate for 3rd grade students. Students are required to understand place value to the hundred thousands. Students must: -label the place value chart from ones to hundred thousands -write numbers in
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This test was created for 3rd graders. It is an assessment of rounding. Students must be able to: -round numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands -use greater/than less than symbols to show the greatest number
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Use this worksheet for independent practice after teaching to double the final consonant in CVC verbs. Students can write the answers using rainbow colors, stamps, or even gel pens. This is a great activity to use in your literacy centers.
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This test is a great way to assess student learning of the human muscular system. It is uploaded as a Word Document so that it may be edited to meet the needs of each teacher. This test covers the 3 types of muscles (smooth, cardiac, and skeleton)
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Use this template to have students use the proper letter writing format. This template includes the following sections: -date -greeting -body -closing -signature
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This third grade math test covers: Liters and Milliliters (L and mL) Ounces and Pounds (oz. and lb.) Milligrams, Grams, and Kilograms (mg, g, and kg) Each section of the test contains fill in the blank questions.
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I use this activity in my stamp or rainbow word center. Simply have the students write the correct spelling of the verbs in the past and future tense. Use this as independent practice after teaching that you need to drop the final E before adding
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Included in this set are the supplies needed for an Abbreviation Matching and an Abbreviation Read the Room game. The matching game contains 20 pairs (20 abbreviations and their 20 meanings). It also includes a recording sheet for the players of
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This worksheet contains 4 Thanksgiving word problems, geared towards practicing double digit addition with regrouping and double digit subtraction without regrouping.
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100 grid hidden pictures are a fun way to review math lessons. Included in this set are eight hidden pictures (a snowflake, penguin, ornament, present, candy cane, tree, reindeer, and snowman) and a blank 100 grid. The teacher must create a list
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As one of my literacy centers, I have a Stamp Center. At stamp center, students practice stamping missing sounds. This worksheet allows students to stamp the missing digraphs from each of the words. The words also have a picture clue for the
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This file contains a menu listing my literacy centers. My students use this menu to complete their centers independently. At the end of the week, they turn in their center work and the signed menu showing me that they have completed their work.
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Use this document as a literacy center to review 3 letter blends. It reviews SPL, SQU, STR, and THR. This would be great with a stamping center.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have had experience teaching children in a variety of different ways for over ten years. I have taught classes, planned camps, been an assistant teacher, and have had my own classroom for five years. I have taught transitional kindergarten through third, and have loved teaching every grade!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in teaching to each child's strengths. To me, this means using a combination of teaching styles that best benefits each student. This includes Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence theory, hands-on experiences, self-discovery, allowing for freedom and questions, project-approach, and centers!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended a parochial grade school through eighth grade and a private, all-girl high school. I received an Honors BA in Early Childhood Education at St. Louis University. I received my MA in Early Childhood Education at Alabama A&M University.

I enjoy art-painting, making jewelry, and crafting! I love to swim and play with my dog. My husband and I enjoy traveling around the world and make time each summer to plan a trip. And I LOVE teaching!