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# Stephanie Seaman

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United States - Pennsylvania - Bethlehem
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 "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." -- Benjamin Franklin

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This is a fun project that allows students to use their knowledge of ratios, proportions, and similar figures to make a scale drawing of a cartoon. This project is a success because students enjoy drawing the cartoon and their pictures turn out
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- In this activity, students will find recipes that use fractions in the ingredients and change the ingredients so it will have enough to feed their class. They will also cut the recipe in half. - Rubic and sample recipe included - Clear
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This project is great for upper elementary grades. Students make a symmetrical city following specific guidelines on the rubric. Measurement skills are also used when students create their cities. It allows for adaptation (using just the graph
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This set includes 20 task cards that review probability. Includes questions on theoretical and experimental probability, independent and dependent events, and using the counting principle. Great review for the end of a unit or use it as an
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These task cards are great for a review of graphing. It gets students out of their seats and has real world problems. Can be used as a scavenger hunt or give cards out to small groups, there are 20 cards total. Topics include line graphs, line
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This set of 24 cards covers graphing and writing inequalities as well as solving one step inequalities by adding subtracting, multiplying and dividing. *Negative numbers are used* Just print and cut out cards and hide them around your classroom!
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A twenty question review of a newspaper article from the MiniPage on Ancient Egypt. This is a great supplement for a unit on Ancient Egypt. Lower level reading for 5th or 6th grade. The pdf of the mini page is also included The Mini Page was a
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Most ABC books use one page per letter, using lots of paper to make copies for the class. When copied, this book template uses 7 total pages which is great if you have more than one class to make copies for like I do! This template can be used for
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These task cards are great for a review of algebraic expressions and one-step equations. It gets students out of their seats and has real world problems. Can be used as a scavenger hunt or give cards out to small groups, there are 24 cards
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These task cards can be used as a review when learning how to convert fractions, decimals, and percents. Questions use real life problems for students to solve. I use this in my classroom as a scavenger hunt, but they could also be used for small
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This "menu" has different options of activities that students can complete relating to viruses. Students pick one activity from each level (appetizer, entree, dessert). This is great to use in science centers, during independent work, when
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A twenty question review of a newspaper article from the MiniPage on Greece. This is a great supplement for a unit on Greece. Lower level reading for 5th or 6th grade. The pdf of the mini page is also included The Mini Page was a weekly newspaper
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This is an ongoing activity for students to practice adding and subtracting with integers using the stock market. Students will choose three stocks and decided how much they want to invest of their \$5000. What they don't use in the stock gets saved
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This "menu" has different options of activities that students can complete relating to plant and animal cells. Students pick one activity from each level (appetizer, entree, dessert). This is great to use in science centers, during independent
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My students loved playing "go fish" with equivalent fractions. I decided to create a similar game including equivalent decimals, fractions, and percents. I use this game during math centers but you could print multiple copies to have your whole
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These cards can be cut and used as a scavenger hunt around your classroom. They are made from 6th grade state testing vocabulary but can be used for 7th grade as well. Includes a recording sheet for students to use as well as an answer key. Great to
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Every classroom needs tissues! This is a great way for you to receive tissues for your classroom, learn about your students, and have an easy assignment for the beginning of the year. Students will decorate a boutique (cube) tissue box that tells
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This is a template for use in your classroom as a review for any subject. The rules are the same as the game Jeopardy, however this game is played with small groups of students. I use this as an end of unit review for math and social studies. It is
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This is a great review for scientific notation. Students research large and small numbers and write them in scientific notation. They then develop questions that are associated with their research findings to quiz other students in the room. Great
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-Students will think of real life situations where they use equations. They will create a word problem and generate an equation to solve their problem. A fun way to have student practice writing equations! -This can be adapted to have students
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught middle school for 8 years, always math, but also Reading, Social Studies, and Science.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love activities and projects that get kids moving and doing something!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Psychology Teaching Certification in K-6 Math 7-9 English 7-9 Science 7-9 Masters in TESOL

I love all sports but my favorite is basketball. I also love that I came across this website, I think it is a great way for teachers to share great ideas!