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For students who struggle with remembering the doubles 1-12, this is a set of manipulatives for extra practice. It combines the equation, sum, and visual.
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Students read the price and determine the next dollar up. Then have them use dollar bills to show that amount using the least amount of bills possible.
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This power point presentation is mean to be used as a math packet to teach money and calculation skills. Each student gets a packet and can use a magazine or the internet to find specific items found around the home. They will calculate total cost
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Match the fractions, decimals, percentages, and visuals.
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Students practice counting objects and matching it with a number. Works on 1:1 correspondence and number recognition.
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World problems using multiplication. Students match the word problem with the equation and answer cards.
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Word problems solved by division. Students match the word problem with the equation and answer.
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Match the fractions with the matching visuals.
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Reviews 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s facts. You will need to download a QR code scanner.
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Students match digital to analog clocks to the 5 minutes.
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Use the 100's chart to cross of the numbers that don't fit the clues to figure out the number.
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Practice multiples of 3 and 4. You will need to download a QR scanner.
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Students pick a card, calculate the shape's perimeter, and match it with an answer card. Great for self-checking!
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**Newly updated** Create a simple, useable math bulletin board to practice the date and basic number comprehension. Includes a half-page worksheet for students to complete as a warm-up each day. It could also be used as a math center. It generally
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Three activities to work on budgeting.
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5 Math Centers -Next Dollar Up -Hundred Chart Puzzle -1:1 Correspondence -Fill in the Clock -Matching Time
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Students read the number on the cloud and add the raindrops underneath. Works on number recognition and 1:1 correspondence.
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Print and cut apart the 100's chart Tetris-style and have students put them back together again. Great for number recognition and numerical ordering.
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Students use the pieces to fill in the hours and minutes on a clock.
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My students were having a difficult time learning how to edit their writing. This simplified list has really helped them to look for more specific things when I ask "Did you edit?"
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a special education teacher in a public high school since 2009. I teach students with moderate to severe disabilities that will not be receiving a diploma at the end of their time in high school. I teach life skills math and English classes, along with co-teaching general education classes.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like my students to be as independent as possible. Although worksheets have their place, I like them to explore by using hands-on materials and technology whenever possible to practice and reinforce concepts.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my bachelor's degree is in Elementary Education/Special Education in 2009 and my Master's degree in Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2014.

My favorite way to teach is using centers and rotations. My students love to be hands on and it keeps them so much more engaged (and reduces their off task time and behaviors).