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Do you need a little help teaching Unit 4? This will guide you through each lesson - helping you teach fluency, application, and concept development. The slides are interactive. You can also use as a Google Slideshow. This bundle has LESSONS
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$58.00 \$40.60
\$32.48
29 ratings
4.0
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THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Adding tens to a two-digit number✓ Reviewing number sentences written both ways (4tens - 1 ten and 40 - 10)✓ Counting dimes and pennies to represent tens and ones✓ Place value chart (adding ten) to change the numberThis will
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
23 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Adding ten to a two-digit number ✓ Counting on/creating number bonds/drawing quick tens to solve ✓ Adding ones to a two-digit number This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach fluency, application, and concept
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
21 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Review of number bonds ✓ Review of counting up and down by tens ✓ discuss how we know that if 3 + 1 = 4 then we also know that 30 + 10 = 40 (units) This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach fluency,
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
17 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Introduction of pennies and dimes ✓ Counting by tens starting at different numbers ✓ Discussing the differences between counting by ones, fives, and tens ✓ Tens and ones This will guide you through the lesson - helping you
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
16 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Counting tens and ones using pennies and dimes ✓ Tens and ones with fingers ✓ Tens and ones using a place value chart ✓ tens and ones This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach fluency, application, and
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
16 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Counting tens and ones using pennies and dimes ✓ Ten more, one more ✓ Ten less, one less ✓ Adding groups of ten with ones This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach fluency, application, and concept
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
14 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Build fluency with addition sentences ✓ Build fluency with subtraction sentences ✓ Drawing out quick tens and ones to represent a number ✓ ten more/ten less/one more/one less using a tens and ones chart. This will guide you
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
14 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Counting tens and ones using pennies and dimes ✓ Tens and ones with fingers ✓ Tens and ones using a place value chart ✓ Introduction of greater than and less than This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
14 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Review of number bonds and writing an addition and subtraction sentence to match ✓ Make a ten strategy ✓ Adding GROUPS of ten to a number ✓ Deciding when to add ones or tens to find the sum This will guide you through the
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
14 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Drawing quick tens and ones to represent a number ✓ Creating tens and ones with dimes and pennies ✓ Tens and ones using a place value chart ✓ Ten more/ten less, One more/one less This will guide you through the lesson -
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
13 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ use symbols to compare numerals ✓ Review of competing patterns (counting by tens, ones, forwards, backwards) ✓ Greater than and less than using alligator mouth - comparing numbers ✓ Transitioning from alligator mouth to
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
13 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Introduction of Tape Diagrams ✓ Use different strategies (put together and take apart) ✓ Adding with two-digit numbers ✓ Working out word problems using a tape diagram This will guide you through the lesson - helping you
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
13 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Missing addends/sums/difference ✓ Creating stories based on a tape diagram ✓ Working out word problems using a tape diagram This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach fluency, application, and concept
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
12 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Practice figuring out what the number is when discussing place value ✓ Decide if you should add tens together or ones together to solve ✓ Using quick tens to solve ✓ Using dimes and pennies to solve tens and ones This will
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
11 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Work on strategies for adding two-digit numbers ✓ Practice adding/subtracting two-digit numbers ✓ Look at different student work and decide which strategy they used This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
11 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Counting on when adding ten ✓ Make a ten strategy ✓ Adding a single digit to a two-digit number ✓ Reading a Rekenrek with multiple groups of tens ✓ Building teen numbers with cubes This will guide you through the lesson -
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
10 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Other part of 10 using pennies ✓ Other part of 20 using dimes and pennies ✓ Adding teen numbers (seeing how only the tens change when I add 2 + 8, then 12 + 8) ✓ Pulling out 1 and 2 from a teen number bond ✓ Adding two digit
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
10 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Counting up and down by ones and tens ✓ Greater than and Less than ✓ Reading numbers from left to right to say greater than and less than ✓ Putting numbers in order This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
9 ratings
4.0
THIS PRODUCT COVERS ✓ Review of related facts ✓ Counting by tens to 100 using dimes ✓ Tens and ones (groups and lose tens) This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach fluency, application, and concept development. You can also use
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Activboard Activities
\$2.00
\$1.60
9 ratings
4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my 20th year in education. I taught first grade for my first ten years and truly loved first and never thought I would move. Then we received a \$100,000 technology grant, and I was asked to move up to middle school to help implement the grant. I taught 6th - 8th ELA and technology for four years. It was a wonderful experience, but I was glad when my wish was granted to move back down to first grade. I figured that 1st was my last stop, as I was in my happy place, but as we all know, things don't always happen the way we expect. I applied for and was offered a spot in our technology department at the district level, and it was too good of a move to pass up. Now I am working on helping our teachers as we move to a 1:1 district. Our goals are to help our teachers integrate technology effectively. It's been a fun ride thus far! Just when you think you're at your last stop, things change. I'm now an assistant principal back at the school that I taught at for 16 years. It's hard to believe, and many days I question my move, but I know that this move along with every other thing that has happened in my life has been the hand of God. So, as with everything else, I will ride this ride until God's plan is revealed once again.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love hands-on activities, and anything I can do to make things eye-appealing and cute, I'll do. It makes me happy!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I have received over \$25,000 in grants along with winning a Promethean board, a set of Activexpressions, and a set of Activotes. I've been blessed!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Ed 1st - 8th and Masters in leadership.

I have been married for 27 years and have three wonderful children. My oldest is a geologist for the Army Core of Engineers. I also have twins that are 22. Courtney graduated in Informatics and ran Blogs Fit for a Queen for several years, but is now focusing on her full-time job. Jeremy spent five years in college, and is now working on his electrical apprenticeship. I'm very proud of all three!