# The Math Lady

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 "Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."--William Butler Yeats

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This file has the second grade Next Generation Science Standards broken down and organized so they can be easily understood. Essential questions and some key vocabulary are also identified with each standard. These documents will be very useful as
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This file has the first grade Next Generation Science Standards broken down and organized so they can be easily understood. Essential questions and some key vocabulary are also identified with each standard. These documents will be very useful as
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This file has the kindergarten Next Generation Science Standards broken down and organized so they can be easily understood. Essential questions and some key vocabulary are also identified with each standard. These documents will be very useful as
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This product contains two smartboard presentations and a student activity sheet aligned to Next Generation Science Standard 2-LS2-2. In one activity, students used a variety of materials (q-tips, popcorn for seeds, balloons, cotton balls, cupcake
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This activity connects to 1-LS-2 of the Next Generation Science Standards. Use the smartboard activity as a springboard for class discussion by having students identify how the adult and offspring are similar and different by completing a box and t
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This folder contains 9 sheets explaining strategies for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions as well as comparing fractions and working with tenths and hundredths. Visual models and traditional algorithms are presented. The
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Two reference sheets which show strategies for solving addition and subtraction strategies for second and third grade students. The standard algorithm is not presented as it is not expected for students until fourth grade. These would be helpful as
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Use this activity to introduce or quickly review comparing a fraction to a benchmark fraction. This activity provides students with an opportunity to explain why a given fraction is closer to 0, 1/2, or 1. The activity is set up to take about ten
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These family newsletters were based upon the 2012-2013 mathematics curriculum maps from Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, KY. While the newsletters will not align exactly with your district, they still provide a wealth of resources
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Print and laminate these cards for students' desks to promote discourse in the classroom.
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These family newsletters were based upon the 2012-2013 mathematics curriculum maps from Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, KY. While the newsletters will not align exactly with your district, they still provide a wealth of resources
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These family newsletters were based upon the 2012-2013 mathematics curriculum maps from Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, KY. While the newsletters will not align exactly with your district, they still provide a wealth of resources
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These family newsletters were based upon the 2012-2013 mathematics curriculum maps from Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, KY. While the newsletters will not align exactly with your district, they still provide a wealth of resources
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Copy and laminate these cards to tape to students' desks to promote student discourse during lessons.
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These family newsletters were based upon the 2012-2013 mathematics curriculum maps from Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, KY. While the newsletters will not align exactly with your district, they still provide a wealth of resources
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These family newsletters were based upon the 2012-2013 mathematics curriculum maps from Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, KY. While the newsletters will not align exactly with your district, they still provide a wealth of resources
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This newsletter provides ideas and activities for parents and is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards.
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Students learn about the properties of 3D shapes while using logic to solve the case of the missing diamond necklace.
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This newsletter provides ideas and activities for parents and is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards.
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Use this quick activity to allow students to master using addition to represent an array. Spend about ten minutes and cover three slides a day by having students draw the array in their notebook and then represent it with an addition equation. This
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught elementary school for 5 years and worked as a math/science resource teacher for 3 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a student-centered educator who prefers to provide students with inquiry-based experiences.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education Masters of Education in Early Elementary Education

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