# The Learning Classroom by Mr S

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This is a great activity for students to practise their place value understanding with numbers to 100 by recognizing amounts using Base-10 (tens and ones). Students ask other students who has a certain amount, and another student answers, and then
Subjects:
Numbers, Place Value
1st, 2nd, 3rd
Types:
Flash Cards
CCSS:
1.NBT.B.2
\$1.50
1 rating
4.0
This is a great activity for students to practise their place value understanding with numbers to 100. Students ask other students who has 10 more or less than an amount, and another student answers, and then they ask the class, and so on. This
Subjects:
Basic Operations, Numbers, Mental Math
1st, 2nd
Types:
Fun Stuff, Flash Cards
CCSS:
1.NBT.C.4, 1.NBT.C.5
\$1.50
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Understanding place value is important, and this activity is a great way to practise adding and subtracting 10 and 100 from numbers 0-1000. This activity is fun and easy-to-use. Just print out the activity as 2-sided, then cut out the cards.
Subjects:
Numbers, Place Value
2nd, 3rd, 4th
Types:
Flash Cards, Printables
CCSS:
2.NBT.A.4
\$1.50
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Being able to tell time is an important life skill. Learning to read time to the hour and half hour is a good place to start. Before playing, students should be able to read digital time properly (e.g. 1:00 is 1 oâ€™clock, 2:30 is two-thirty).
Subjects:
Math, Measurement, Life Skills
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
Types:
Flash Cards, Games, Math Centers
CCSS:
1.MD.B.3
\$1.50
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This fun and interactive lesson will teach your students the scientific method, and help them to find out if something sinks or floats (with a little help from Cookie Monster). The lesson plan is 2 pages, and there is an observation sheet for the
Subjects:
General Science, Physical Science
Kindergarten, 1st
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Science Centers
\$1.00
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This activity is fun and easy-to-do. Students will be engaged while recognizing amounts and reading numerals. Students ask other students who has a certain amount, and another student answers, and then they ask the class, and so on until the whole
Subjects:
Numbers
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st
Types:
Flash Cards, Math Centers
CCSS:
K.CC.B.4, K.CC.B.5
FREE
1 rating
4.0
This is a great activity for students to practise their place value understanding with numbers to 20 by recognizing amounts using Base-10. Students ask other students who has a certain amount, and another student answers, and then they ask the
Subjects:
Numbers
Kindergarten, 1st
Types:
Flash Cards, Math Centers
CCSS:
K.CC.B.5, 1.NBT.B.2
\$1.50
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Being able to subitize and instantly recognize amounts to 20 in a variety of ways is an important skill for students in the lower elementary classroom. Ten-Frames help students make and recognize groups of ten. This activity is fun and
Subjects:
Numbers
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st
Types:
Activities, Flash Cards, Printables
CCSS:
K.CC.B.4
\$1.50
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Building vocabulary and having a variety of words to use to describe something is an important skill to have. It also makes conversations and stories that much more exciting and engaging. This activity is fun and easy-to-use. Just
Subjects:
Vocabulary, EFL - ESL - ELD, Writing
2nd, 3rd, 4th
Types:
Activities, Flash Cards, Printables
\$1.50
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My name is Dwayne Slobodnick, and I am a teacher and tutor. I am originally from Southwestern Ontario, and I got involved in education 16 years ago when I went to Japan to teach ESL. Three years later, I went back to university and received my B.Ed from the University of Windsor in Ontario. Shortly after that, I went back to Asia again, this time to Taiwan, and I taught kindergarten students there for two years. Now, I am living in Nova Scotia, and I am going on my eighth year now as an elementary teacher in Dartmouth. I will also be graduating this fall with my Masterâ€™s in Education.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that it is important to promote student engagement and wonder. I achieve this through the arts, drama, music and movement, and hands-on activities that are differentiated to each student's ability and interest.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY