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This is a 4-problem practice page for students using the Area Model for Division. (CCSS - 5.NBT.6)

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This gives a step-by-step to using the Forgiving Method for Division. Great for parents and teachers! (CCSS - 4.NBT.6, 5.NBT.6)

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This gives a step-by-step to using the Area Model for Multiplication. Great for parents and teachers! (CCSS - 4.NBT.5)

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This gives an explanation and example of each of the following models for multiplication: arrays, distributive, area model, and partial products. Great for parents and teachers! (CCSS - 4.NBT.5)

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Multiplying a whole number by a fraction using number line or pieces. (CCSS 4.NF.4)

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This gives 5 practice problem pages and a 10 question quiz for students working with Factors, Multiples, Prime, and Composite - (includes PDF and Word files.) (CCSS - 4.OA.4)

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Exit Slips for factors, multiples, prime, and composite (CCSS - 4.OA.4).

This gives a step-by-step to using the Partial Products method for Multiplication. Great for parents and teachers! (CCSS - 4.NBT.5)

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This is two practice problem pages and a 5 question quiz for students using the Partial Products Method for Multiplication - (includes PDF and Word files.) (CCSS - 4.NBT.5)

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Could be used for review, homework, or quizzes for multiplication and place value - (CCSS - 4.NBT.1, 4.NBT.2, 4.OA.1, 4.OA.2)

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Exit Slips for distributive property for multiplication starting at 2 x 1, then 3 x 1, and 4 x 1 and Partial Products 2 x 2 (CCSS - 4.NBT.5)

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This has examples of practice problems for students using the Distributive Property for Multiplication - 2x1, 3x1, and 4x1 (also includes a quiz). (CCSS - 4.NBT.5)

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The standards are summarized into "I can" statements with an example for each standard for 5th grade common core standards. There is also a "you try" section for students to try each standard. Great for a quick review before a summative test or at

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This includes some kickstarters, homework pages, a review, and a quiz for CCSS 4.NF.2 and 4.NF.3.

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This gives a step-by-step to using the Area Model for Division. Great for parents and teachers! (CCSS - 5.NBT.6)

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This is a one example of using the Area Model for Multiplication. (CCSS - 4.NBT.5)

Exit Slip (CCSS - 4.NBT.1)

Focusing on strategies based on place value - what happens to the quotient as the dividend gets larger, but the divisor stays the same . (CCSS - 4.NBT.6)

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught 6th grade math before becoming a Math Specialist at an elementary school. I have been a Math Specialist for grades K-5 for the past 4 years. I work with parents, teachers, and students to boost their mathematical knowledge and understanding.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that children need to take charge of their learning and actively be engaged with the material to really get the most from their education experience. Talking about math with other children and adults is very beneficial in strengthening their understanding.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a bachelors in Elementary Education with an endorsement in Mathematics. I am currently looking for a school for my masters. I would like to get my masters as an Educational Specialist in math.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am so passionate about math and helping others understand math at a deeper level. I am a huge supporter of Common Core Math because I think it is going to really give children the opportunity to gain strong foundations in math at a young age so that they will be ready for math in middle school, high school, and beyond. I also think that this strong foundation will give them the confidence in math so that they are really able to excel at it.

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Kindergarten, 1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}

SUBJECTS

Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Numbers, Other (Math), Math Test Prep, Place Value