# Spring Board of Ideas

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Need mini assessments over the TEKS 3.5 as you cover them? Want to prep for a district benchmark or STAAR? This resource has a total of 70 task cards that cover Texas State Standards, but can also assist Common Core Standards. TEKS covered are:
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Third grade students have to make inferences, conclusions, and understand character actions. This resource allows students to think deeper into a picture book with few words. They are required to really think about what the pictures are
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Need a fun way to introduce bar graphs? How about needing to find a way for students to prepare for state testing? This resource is based off of the 2017 STAAR test questions. Students will practice bar graphs and pictographs in addition to
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A twist on the Chose your own Adventure using Math and Elapsed Time. There are only 2 problems in the journey so you can make sure that students understand how to elapse time with two steps. STAAR styled question based on TEKS 3.7 C Recording sheet
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Help your students understand how irregular and congruent shapes to determine the perimeter. Great task cards for STAAR test prep. TEKS 3.7 B
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Using Land Areas of the United States, the students will be able to compare land area. This activity encourages students to make two TRUE statements of comparisons and one NOT true statement. This allows students to be able to use a chart and to
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Use these task cards to help do a quick assessment based on the skills covered. Allows you the ability to mimic STAAR test question set up and assess students comprehension of the task. TEKS and description of the task cards: TEKS 3.4 A allows
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Do your students struggle at being able to understand how area works? These puzzle pieces allow your students to see an incomplete model of area, a complete model of area, and the total number of square unites needed to make the model
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Have your students quickly identify the correct symbol for comparison using clothespins and this 30 count task card station! Great way for volunteers to assist you, peer tutors, or even to complete a quick assessment on who is still struggling.
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Have your students practice identifying numbers that are 100 Less and 100 More than. Three digit numbers are used to determine 100 Less and 100 More along with 10 Less. TEKS and Common Core Aligned.
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Get your students excited about adding 10 Less or 10 More with Number Clips! Using clothes pins, the students can work in partners, a group, or with the teacher to prove that they can count by tens! These number clips have a total of 30 problems
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My students seem to struggle with road trip word problems. You know the ones, the ones that say a person is going to travel so far in 3 days. On day one, this distance, the next day this distance, so how much the last day? Well, I wanted a fun
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Student written essays, without names, on a given STAAR topic. Students can use the STAAR Rubric to grade these essays, or hold discussions about what revising and editing needs to be done to the essay. This could be a bellringer discussion daily
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Fun and exciting way to assess student understanding of the different parts of speech. This activity also requires students to build a sentence while working with the mechanics of punctuation and capitalization. Students must be taught parts of
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What a fun and exciting way for students to show you their understanding of prepositional phrases and complete sentences! Students need to know about prepositions and prepositional phrases before using this activity. This is a great way to assess
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The Green Book by Jill Patton Walsh is the novel for this guide. Students will go on a journey with characters who have to leave Earth for another location. This novel is a perfect connection with adaptations, ecosystems, and life cycles. The
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A Glyph is a way to use symbols to represent information about you!This Holiday Edition is to be used to help you decorate Christmas Bags for your students. They can personalize their bag by choosing one of four designs and then follow directions
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his is a Google Slides "Choose Your Own Adventure" Styled Activity. *You MUST have access to a QR reader in order to get to the link. This is intended for 4th or 5th grade Math Students as a fun way to review decimals or assess decimals. There is
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

3 years 6th Grade Math and Science. 1 year 5th grade Math and Science. 7th and 8th grade ELA for 3 years. 6th grade ELA for 8 years. Taught 4th grade writing for one year. Moved to 4th grade Math, Science, Social Studies. Reassigned to be a 3rd grade Co-Teacher

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love being creative with my students. Getting them to play with the concept and be creative themselves. I also use a spiral effect with my students, which is one of the reasons that I create task cards.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Presented at: CAMT 3 times, TCTELA once, and ideas accepted with Book Bag Magazine from The Mailbox Company.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in Education from University of Houston- Clear Lake Master's in Curriculum and Instruction from West Texas A&M University