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I love 10-frames! The ten-frame uses the concept of benchmark numbers (5 and 10) and helps students develop visual images for each number. Once students are able to visualize the numbers 1- 10￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼, they begin to develop
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“Making 10” is an important milestone and strategy for students to internalize. It requires a lot of practice and explorations with 10-frames and counting objects. Students will decompose addends in order to make a "friendl 10", then add.
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Motivate your 4th and 5th graders using these adorable QR Code task cards. Students will practice adding and subtracting fractions with like, unlike denominators and mixed numbers. Cards also ask students to multiply fractions with like
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Game and compare cards help students practice comparing, ordering and naming decimals. Dice game has students roll 3 or 4 dice to make multi-digit numbers. Decimal cards can be used for concentration, matching, ordering or adding numbers. Numbers
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Place value mat to use with counting disks. Columns are provided to reinforce counting the "ten frame way" - starting at the bottom of the mat, having 2 columns of 5. Additional mats to 1,000 and mats to support addition have been added. Please
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All kids love to play games. I use these blank gameboards with flash cards, card games, math word problems - you name it. As long as they can play they don't mind learning! :)
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It's apple season! Students discover all the cominations of 10 while using counters to help make boxes of 10 apples. This item includes: apple boxes 10-frames, recording sheet, aplle box templates for classroom display and playing cards to be
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Task Cards include word problems, equations and arrays. Students will match up all three, solve the problems, then record the correct equations and answers on the recording sheet. This can be used for small group or center a center. 12 task
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Task cards cover Common Core Standards 5.NF 2, 6 and 7. Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions. Students are encouraged to add a bar model/picture to support their understanding. Can be used in a math center or in small groups
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This chart and bookmark can be used to help students as they solve word problems. The focus is on visualizing and thinking like a detective. I Lainate the bookmarks and the students use them their math notebooks so they are always handy.
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These holiday task cards include 2, 3 and 4-digit by 1 digit multiplcation problems. Equations are written horizontally, requiring students to look at numbers carefully, then rewrite the problems correctly. This allows the opportunity for
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This card game helps students practice make combinations of 10. It can be played with traditional cards or the cards included which have 10-frames. Kids play just like Go-Fish. I suggest using this game in 1st grade. As an intervention teacher,
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Common Core alligned place value activities. Practice adding and subtracting 1, 10 and 100 from 2 and 3-digit numbers. Game comes with number cards and two kinds of change cards. PLUS a place-value mat, for studdents that still need concrete
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This download includes number cards from 1-120 and worksheets that ask students to count in multiple ways. -count up 5 more numbers -count back 5 more numbers -count up by 5's -count up by 10s -odd or even?
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These holiday task cards include 2, 3 and 4-digit by 1 digit division problems, with and without remainders. Equations are written horizontally, requiring students to look at numbers carefully, then rewrite the problems correctly. This allows the
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These cards help kids practice reading multi-digit numbers and seeing them in expanded form. Students will match cards with 2 or 3 digit numbers with the correct expanded form card. Activity can be done with a partner or independently. For
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Students can play a “sweet” game of Top-It (also known as War) while practicing their doubles, doubles +/-1 and 10 facts. I suggest copying these cards on card stock and laminate for future use. Enjoy! Please remeber to earmN TPT credits by
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These holiday task cards include 20 3-digit subtraction problems. -The problems are a mixture of no regrouping, regrouping one time, two times, and across two zeros. Equations are written horizontally, requiring students to look at numbers
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Practice matching 1 and 2-digit numbers with base-10 block images. Copy on cardstock, laminate, and get ready to play!
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Various games and worksheets to support rounding strategies. Students can play concetration, board game, WAR or solve mental math strategies. Ideal for small groups or math centers. Common Core alligned. Product includes: board games, exact
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Classrom teacher, math staff developer, math intervention teacher.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Hands on approach with lots of manipulatives and games. Students need to have fun and while developing an understanding of new math concepts.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a BA in Psychology, MA in Elementary Education, and MS in Education Administration