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Are your kiddos needing some extra practice with matching place value chart to tens and ones? If so, this fun game of matching will be a perfect addition to your classroom. You can use during guided math (there are six sets - so you can put one
Subjects:
Math, Place Value
1st
Types:
PowerPoint Presentations, Games, Cooperative Learning
\$6.00
\$4.80
51 ratings
4.0
This product was created to help my 1st graders with tens and ones, numerals, and tally marks. There are 32 task cards along with a recording sheet and teacher key. These are great to use during centers and math play! ENJOY!!BELOW ARE RELATED
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
40 ratings
4.0
This resource covers comparing numbers using greater than, less than, or equal to phrases. These digital task cards will help with Module 4 lesson 10. You can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who didn't master
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
7 ratings
4.0
This resource covers counting coins up to 40 cents using dimes and pennies. Students have to write how many tens (dimes) how many ones (pennies), and then the total amount. After your first graders complete Module 4 lesson 6, you can add this to
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
2 ratings
4.0
This resource covers ordering numbers up to 40. Students will either need to order from least to greatest or greatest to least. After your first graders complete Module 4 lesson 5, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
2 ratings
4.0
For this resource, students will be given a number, and then they will have to either add 10 to that number, 20 to that number, or 30 to that number. (up to 40) These task cards will help with Module 4 lesson 12. You can add this to their daily
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
2 ratings
4.0
For this resource, students will solve double-digit addition problems. This will help with Module 4 lesson 16, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who didn't master the skill. THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES ✓
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
CCSS:
1.NBT.C.4
\$3.00
\$2.40
2 ratings
4.0
This resource covers counting coins (dimes and pennies) up to 40 cents. This will help with place value/tens and ones. After your first graders complete Module 4 lesson 4, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
1 rating
4.0
This resource covers adding ten, adding 1, minus 10, minus 1 up to 40. Students look at the first place value chart, and the arrow telling how many to add. Then they have to write what would go in the second place value chart. Module 4 lesson 5,
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
1 rating
4.0
For this resource, students will have to write an addition sentence that matches the tens and ones, then complete the place value chart. These digital task cards will help with Module 4 lesson 13, you can add this to their daily center time OR as
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
1 rating
4.0
For this resource, students will use an addition strategy of solving the first problem to help with the other addition problems. This will help with Module 4 lesson 15, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
1 rating
4.0
For this resource, students will solve adding two-digit numbers by pulling out the ten first, writing a number sentence, then adding the remainder. This will help with Module 4 lesson 23, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
CCSS:
1.NBT.C.4
\$3.00
\$2.40
1 rating
4.0
These Digital task cards were created to use during centers after you teach the lesson. These also come with printable task cards. Each set comes with: ✓ DIGITAL task cards (COMES AS PPT AND AS A QR CODE CARD for students to scan and "play") ✓
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$57.00 \$45.60
\$36.48
1 rating
4.0
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For this resource, students will practice adding a single-digit number to a double digit number with regrouping. This will help with Module 4 lesson 17, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who didn't
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
CCSS:
1.NBT.C.4, 1.NBT.C.5
\$3.00
\$2.40
5 ratings
3.9
This resource covers tens and ones. Students have to look at a group of tens and ones and write the amount. After your first graders complete Module 4 lesson 1, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
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This resource covers tens and ones. Students have to look at a group of tens and ones and then write the amount on the place value chart. After your first graders complete Module 4 lesson 2, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
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This resource covers place value. Students look at the place value chart, and then have to decide which box of tens and ones shows the same amount. After your first graders complete Module 4 lesson 3, you can add this to their daily center time OR
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
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This resource covers counting tens and ones and then finding the greater amount. After your first graders complete Module 4 lesson 7, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who didn't master the skill.
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
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This resource covers tens and ones. Students are given two sentences, and then they have to complete the place value chart. These task cards will help with Module 4 lesson 9, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
\$3.00
\$2.40
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For this resource, students will look at the number sequence and decide which number goes in the blank. This will help with Module 4 lesson 20, you can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who didn't master the
Subjects:
Math
1st
Types:
CCSS:
1.NBT.C.5
\$3.00
\$2.40
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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!