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This five page packet practices multiplication and division facts another way - by finding errors. Providing variety, this different format can be used to help ensure that facts are completely mastered and engages students as they practice their
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How many of your students say that 3.532 rounded to the nearest tenths place is 3.500? I encounter at least a few students a year that get really close to truly mastering rounding decimals but seem to skip over some important details. This classic
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This packet includes three different resources - two charts and one list. Each resource has a completed copy and a blank copy. On-level and above students can have fun filling out the charts and then use them as resources. Filling out these charts
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These fun pages review understanding the concepts of the four basic operations in math: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. When it comes to word problems, students have to be able to figure out which operation to use. Mastery of
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Let's face it, as long as students know their facts, figuring out which operation to use in a word problem is 99% of the work. This page requires that students only tell which operation - addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division - is
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Come PreAlgebra students can still be confused by "which number goes into the doghouse" and missed the fact that fractions are simply division. Breaking it down to the basics and really spelling it out, this packet addresses major concerns with
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What happens when you break apart a chocolate bar?!? For early elementary math students, this fun activity takes chocolate bars and breaks them apart. Most practice out there is on breaking apart a number once, but this explores what happens if you
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'Let's not be actors with the same factors' is a three page worksheet that covers special facts that are the diagonal of the multiplication table. If advanced 3rd graders have mastered or almost mastered their facts, this will be a great challenging
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This one page introduces the different ways we write multiplication in numeric and algebraic expressions and equations. Closer to high school, students jump into using these symbols but they aren't always given a proper introduction. This sheet
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'Addition Facts Charts and Tables' is a simple resource covering basic addition facts for elementary math classrooms. Some of the charts are filled in with sums, whereas others are blank. The blank ones can be filled in one addend at a time as they
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This four page mini-packet is great way to challenge your 3rd and 4th graders. By focusing on the diagonal of the multiplication table, it allows students to stay on a grade level standard but be challenged in a different way than ever before. It
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Let's Get To Master, Way Faster! is packed full of practice to help students master their multiplication facts. It was designed for all learners, especially those that seem to struggle with details and learning their facts. Whereas some material out
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This is a simple project that can make a display at the end. It can be great for group work. It covers breaking apart small numbers. There is are more advanced options available with it. It is a great way to incorporate more tactile and visual
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This four page sheet covers breaking apart numbers for visual and tactile learners. It also sets pre-algebraic thinking by using unknowns in number facts and equations. I would say the pages get slightly more advanced as they go along. Students do
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This two page worksheet is for visual learners to create and to see the ways to break apart the numbers through ten.It is ideal for advanced Kindergarteners, as well as on-level 1st and 2nd graders as independent work. For some, it can feel like a
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These handouts are copies of multiplication facts zero through ten. Some have the answers and can be used as aids, whereas others are blank and can be completed by the students. The blanks can be completed at one time, or done separately as they
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This one page worksheet covers decomposing, or breaking apart, especially numbers five through ten. It is ideal for advanced Kindergarteners and 1st graders but they may need help with the reading and writing required. Those in 2nd or 3rd grade may
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This project is intended for 3rd graders, especially in STEM schools and those teachers that want to practice pre-algebraic skills, as it is setting the prerequisites for factors in 4th, greatest common factor in 5th, and factoring in algebra.
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This two page sheet introduces a number sense strategy for times six. I recommend it for students needing extra help learning times six facts, which is normally a very unfamiliar factor. It provides supplemental material and extra practice for
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This one page worksheet helps students discover the diagonal of a multiplication chart. It does not require that students know their facts 100% but does give more exposure to students that need it. It is designed to also build a foundation for
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I have over ten years experience in the classroom and tutoring students. As a director and tutor, I have worked in a variety of tutoring and learning centers. Having the opportunity to work with students one on one shows me where there is room for improvement across the board.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Depends on the student :) But really, I do a lot of clarifying the big picture and also practicing of the details. This allows for success of all types of learners, as it uses both the left and right brain hemispheres. It means that the student will get the skill needed for a successful test right then and also be able to apply that skill again within other topics for years to come.

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Because math is cumulative, I make my worksheets and games with the goal of providing additional support for those topics that have room for improvement within our current standards. The intent is that most of the material is not only unique but also necessary for laying a strong foundation for the students to be able to succeed now and next year. Plus, wouldn't it help you out if at the beginning of the year every math student came with no gaps from the previous years and, thus, ready to soar? My store used to be called 'Count The Sands.' *Everything in my store is intended for educational purposes only and in one classroom.*