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Goal: Those test questions which give students various forms of answer choices, not simply the correct answer, can be tricky! This activity is designed to help students recognize various representations of math word problems so they can more easily
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Goal: Sharing sets of objects is a very difficult concept to teach in 3rd grade! This activity gives student 4 steps to master this skill. This lesson was redesigned to better align to 2016 Released STAAR #32, which does not require simplifying
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Goal: This was created to help teachers and student represent equivalent fractions using area and linear models. This activity aligns with the 2015 Texas Education Agency STAAR Released Item for 3.3F. Teacher Preparation: Student Worksheets –
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Decimal Division: Models to Algorithms Goal: This activity helps students see the relationship between division with manipulatives, area models, partial quotients and the standard division algorithm using three- and four-digit dividends and one
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Goal: Goal: To help students understand fraction operations by representing problems with pictorial models. Students are not yet expected to reduce fractional answers to lowest terms in this key, although that could be required later. Teacher
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Composing and Decomposing Fractions as a Sum of Parts Goal: To help students understand fractional parts. Students will compose and decompose fractions as a sum of fractional parts. Teacher Preparation: Whole Group: Print the student sheet on
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Goal: The students will use the journal notes to understand input-output tables, number patterns, rules, sequence and position. Teacher Preparation: Copy journal notes front to back on any color paper. Directions: Students will fold in half
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Modeling Decimal Division Goal: This was designed after the release of Texas STAAR 2015 & 2016 questions were released for TEKS 5.3F. These are designed to help students understand models for decimal division. Teacher Preparation: Copy the
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Goal: Given two fractions, students will explain equivalency using a number line or area model. Teacher Preparation: Print student page on regular paper. Both a regular and differentiated version are included. Student Worksheets and Teacher Key
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Goal: This mat is designed to help students represent multiplication using various models. They will use the repeated addition, strip diagrams, groups of, arrays, and number lines. Teacher key included. Teacher Preparation: • Print the
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Goal: This 8.5 x 11 student mat helps students understand, represent and solve math word problems. It leads them through the UPS-Check Problem Solving Strategy: Understand, Plan, Solve and Check. Teacher Preparation: Print mat in color on 8.5 x
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Goal: This 8.5 x 11 student mat helps students understand, represent and solve math word problems. It leads them through the UPS-Check Problem Solving Strategy: Understand, Plan, Solve and Check. Teacher Preparation: Print mat in color on 8.5 x
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2 ratings
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Goal: These worksheets build the relationship between fraction addition and subtractions models and standard algorithms. Use it guide students to automaticity of the fraction addition and subtraction algorithm. These problems do not require
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Goal: Given a point on a number line, students will determine the corresponding fraction. Given a fraction, students will represent the fraction on the number line. . Teacher Preparation: Individual: Print student pages on regular paper.
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Goal: This was created to help teachers and student compare fractions using area linear models and justify comparisons. This activity aligns with the Texas Education Agency STAAR Released Items for 3.3H. Teacher Preparation: Student Worksheets –
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3 ratings
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Goal: This mat is designed to help students represent division using various models. They will use the repeated subtraction, strip diagrams, groups of, arrays, and number lines. Teacher key included. Teacher Preparation: • Print the Division
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Represent Numbers on Number Lines Goal: To understand representing numbers on number lines and using number lines and relative size to understand rounding.. Teacher Preparation: Copy the worksheet front to back. Directions: Students will answer
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Addition & Subtraction using Pictorial Models, Number Lines and Equations (Two-Step) Goal: To understand addition and subtraction on a number line and relate it to other models of addition and subtraction. Teacher Preparation: Copy the
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Goal: To understand improper fractions and mixed numbers visually and mathematically. Teacher Preparation: Print matching cards in color on white cardstock. Laminate, cut and bag for centers. Print student response sheets on regular white
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Goal: To compose and decompose numbers in numerous ways to better understand number sense. Teacher Preparation: Print these cards two-sided on white cardstock Laminate and cut along lines. Directions: These cards are self-checking for centers.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I began my teaching career in 1986. I have taught 1st through 8th grades and all subjects. My primary focus has been in mathematics. I was a math major in college, then I decided to minor in math and major in elementary education because my true love was working with younger students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love the challenge of coming up with new ways to teach content! Creating lessons and activities and watching them play out in the classroom has always been one of the most exciting parts of my teaching!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have taught all subjects (even PE!) in grades 1 - 8 in three states: Texas, Hawaii and Washington. I love traveling and meeting new people and learning about new cultures. I think moving and traveling makes us more accepting and understanding of others.

I've been married since 1983 and have three wonderful children!

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