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This is an activity where two students work independently to add and subtract real numbers, then collaborate to check their answers. Partner A has Partner B's worksheet answers, and vice versa. There are specific instructions for each partner to not

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This is a two page booklet type foldable for math journals, covering the basics of the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse, with lots of practice. The foldable is easy to use as a graphic organizer for a lesson on how the Pythagorean Theorem

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This set of warmups is great for review of the 8th grade Common Core standards each day.** I have these waiting on the students' desks when they come in, and after a set amount of time we go over the answers together, usually with several students

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This is a simple foldable I use to give my students practice problems for this concept. Half the problems ask for the growth factor and half ask for the entire equation.

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This is a practice foldable to put into an interactive math journal.
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I use this practice foldable during my lesson on cube roots. I teach simplifying cube roots the same way I teach simplifying square roots: students take the

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These are half page notes to be glued or taped into an interactive math journal.
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I use these notes in my students' interactive math journals. As we discuss what makes a number rational vs. irrational, we fill in the blanks and

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This product includes 8 task cards that cover 8th grade Geometry standards. These task cards have working QR codes that provide students with the answer card when scanned. The answer cards can also be printed out and provided to students.
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This set of warmups is great for review of the Algebra 1 Common Core standards each day. I have these waiting on the students' desks when they come in, and after a set amount of time we go over the answers together, usually with several students

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This set has 26 warmups with accompanying answer keys.
This set of warmups is great for review of the 8th grade and Algebra 1 Common Core standards each day. I have these waiting on the students' desks when they come in, and after a set amount of

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Set includes 26 different daily warm ups, each with an answer key.
This set of warmups is great for review of the Algebra 1 Common Core standards each day. I have these waiting on the students' desks when they come in, and after a set amount of

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This is a two page booklet type foldable for math journals, covering the basics of negative exponents with lots of practice. The foldable is easy to use as a graphic organizer for a lesson on negative exponents, where the students are learning how

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This two-door foldable works well for introducing students to the idea of growth rates and how they are related to growth factors. Print the two pages double sided on the short edge, then fold the front flaps over to meet the center line.

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Set includes 18 different daily warm ups, each with an answer key.
This set of warmups is great for review of the Algebra 1 Common Core standards each day. I have these waiting on the students' desks when they come in, and after a set amount of

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Set includes 15 different daily warm ups, each with an answer key.
This set of warmups is great for review of the 8th grade Common Core standards each day. I have these waiting on the students' desks when they come in, and after a set amount of

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This is a foldable I use when first introducing inverse functions to my Algebra 1 students. It has notes on the front with two methods for finding inverse functions, so students can look back for review and help, and plenty of practice problems on

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This is an activity where two students work independently to write the equations of linear relationships from a table, then collaborate to check their answers. Partner A has Partner B's worksheet answers, and vice versa. There are specific

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After searching everywhere for something to use with my recursive formula and explicit formula lessons, I finally just made one that was exactly what I wanted. This foldable has notes on the front for students to look back to for review and help,

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

8 years in charter schools in California

MY TEACHING STYLE

Guided Learning

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Nothing serious yet! Although last year I did get an in-school award called, "Wow, you put up with a lot this year!" It was a very interesting year....

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies: English and Communications Single Subject Credential: Math Master's in Educational Technology

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Before teaching, I worked as a book editor and designer. This knowledge of book manufacturing now helps me create my own professional looking textbooks and handouts for my students. To see more about me, visit my blog: www.thecraftyteachermama.blogspot.com

GRADES

3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

SUBJECTS

Specialty, Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Numbers, Order of Operations, PreCalculus, Other (Math), Math Test Prep, For All Subject Areas, Statistics, Word Problems, Algebra 2, For All Subjects