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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! With these, they may need to solve them on
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This is a game with 23 cards that goes with the format of "I Have...Who Has?". It is great for review of skills, remediation, extra practice, or for a math lesson taught by a sub. The game starts with 2-digit numbers minus 1-digit, and then gets
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My kids love these games! The facts in this game are 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication. There are 2 sets included in this produce. The first has 15 cards and the second has the first 15 plus 8 more. The reason for this is that these problems take
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 18 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! Play beat the clock and see if the kids can
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 18 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! Play beat the clock and see if the kids can
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! With these, they may need to solve them on
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21 ratings
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! With these, they may need to solve them on
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This is a terrific resource of 85 pages that has 15 different themes/backgrounds for postcards to send home or notes to leave on desks. Each design includes: â€¢ Editable welcome postcard/note for the start of the year â€¢ Positive Sayings, "Way to
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each student. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! This game is designed to reinforce
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 22 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each student. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! These are addition problems with sums up
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This is a review game for division facts. There are 11 cards that are to be passed out and follow the direction of any I have...Who has? game. There is a card that has the directions included so that the game can be left for a substitute teacher.
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! With these, they may need to solve them on
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each student. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! This is a mix of reading the digital
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each student. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! This game is designed to reinforce place
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7 ratings
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 21 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each student. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! These are addition problems with sums up
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4 ratings
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! This product has 3 different games. Game 1: Addition number sentences that use the commutative property. ie. 5+7=12 goes with 7+5=12 Game 2: Subtraction number sentences. ie. 15-8=7 goes with 15-7=8 Game 3:
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2 ratings
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each student. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! This is a mix of reading the digital
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This is a fun and easy way to review the differences between nonfiction conventions. There are a total of 14 cards that share definitions of glossary, index, photograph, cutaway, comparison, etc. It's easy, fun, and the kids love to try to beat
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The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share! With these, they may need to solve them on
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught 3rd grade for four years, and just moved to 2nd grade this year. It has been a great change, with a lot of opportunities to create new and different things!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I guess I'd say my teaching style is fun...I love to laugh with my kids. My theme this year is the Riley Ranch, and we've had a great time making up sayings and slogans that go along with it. I love to celebrate all things good that my kids do...we're currently learning a flash mob dance to do later in the year. We only get practice time if my kids do well on something in class.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Over the past five years, I have received four grants through various organizations that were written primarily for technology pieces in my building! You can check out my newest endeavor in attempting to blog at http://runteacherrunriley.blogspot.com/

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

-B.A. in Elem. Education from DePauw University -M.S. in Educ. Administration from Butler University

I love running, especially with my dog, Scout! I finished my first marathon in October, and am looking forward to more races (maybe not a marathon!) in the future!