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This interactive notebook allows teachers to walk students through solving word problems using strip diagrams. It meets the requirements of TEKS 4.5A and helps students learn the difference between multiplication strip diagrams and division strip
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This interactive notebooks gives students a chance to understand strip diagrams by starting out walking them through a problem and later having them solve the problem for themselves. It is a great introduction to strip diagrams using multiplication
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The Rules for Multiplying 2-digit Numbers by 2-digit Numbers to explain to students how to move from multiplying 1-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers into being able to multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers. The rules take a step by step process
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There are two activities that explain strip diagrams to students. Both are meant to be cut out and glued into interactive mathematics notebooks. One activity explains the difference between addition strip diagrams and multiplication strip diagrams.
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This Interactive Notebook allows students to understand the difference in an addition strip diagram and a multiplication strip diagram without having to write every word wasting valuable time. This allows the teacher to stay focused and cover the
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This interactive notebook allows students to see how to break apart a 2-digit number using expanded form and multiply each part by the multiple of 10. Students should already know how to multiply by multiples of 10 before they do this interactive
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This unit has 15 lessons. It starts with multiplying 1 digit numbers by multiples of 10 and moves all the way to 2-digit by 2-digit numbers the lessons included are: Multiplying by 10 and 100 Multiplying by Multiples of 10 and 100 Rounding to
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INCLUDED: Vocabulary I can Statements Sorts Rules Practice Foldable Lessons: - Multiplying by Multiples of 10 and 100 (Practice) -Using Fact Families to Connect Multiplication and Division with Multiples of 10 and 100 (Rules) - Using Fact
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This is a game using the vocabulary words from the Life Science section of the science scopes. -Print out the paper. - Cut out each square - Have the students try to make the puzzle fit together as a 3x3 square by matching the words to their
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This no prep interactive notebook has students practicing the skill three different ways. They are able to match their problem with the product in order to self check themselves. A reminder of the multiplication rules is included so they can glue it
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This interactive notebook can be used in a variety of ways. Once they have mastered partial products, it is time for fourth grade to move on to the standard algorithm. This activity can help them connect the two different types of multiplication.
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Teachers sometimes have a hard time coming up with just the right way to introduce division to their students. This product gives them a way to do this where the students can understand. It starts out with reviewing multiplying by multiples of 10
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8 Lessons over Metric and Customary Units Students will start out by filling out an interactive notebook page over how to reference each measurement. Then they have another interactive notebook page that is either a sort or a page where they have
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This product can be used as a worksheet or interactive notebook that walks students through the process of solving multistep problems with multiplication. Students are given a problem and then the problem is broken apart, allowing them to solve each
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This can be used as an interactive journal, a game, or both! This game requires a stack of cards. The students pair up and each draw 2 cards. They make a 2-digit number using their cards, then round their number. Working together, they multiply the
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This is a game using the vocabulary words from the Force, Motion, and Energy section of the science scopes. -Print out the paper. - Cut out each square - Have the students try to make the puzzle fit together as a 3x3 square by matching the words
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This is a game using the vocabulary words from the force, motion, and energy section of the science scopes. -Print out the paper. - Cut out each square - Have the students try to make the puzzle fit together as a 3x3 square by matching the words
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When the students read they can fill in the chart for what book they read, amount of time spent reading, who they read with and if they liked the book. There are spots for 50 entries.
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Have the students read a story and determine 3 cause and effects they would like to list. They can record them on this worksheet. You can also choose a cause and make them choose an effect or work out the paper together.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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In the middle the students would put the main thought, or what the story is mainly about. Under that they would put the author's purpose (persuade, inform, entertain). The students would then select key ideas from the book and write them in the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been in the school district for 4 years. I spent one year in the Title 1 room working with struggling students. I spent 2 years in 3rd grade and am now teaching fourth grade.

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I am a hands on teacher who loves small group instruction, technology, interactive notebooks, and moving to learn.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BSE in Education and a Masters in Instruction and Curriculum in Mathematics

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