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Trisha Ratazak
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United States - Illinois - Joliet
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 "Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas. - Albert Einstein".

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This is a Greatest Common Factor game that I came up with for my students to practice finding factors of a number, and them locating the greatest common factor. They really enjoyed this game! It was very easy for them to understand with just a
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These are two notes pages that I used to teach my students how to sort Quadrilaterals. We color coded similarities on the table, and then went through how to use the flow chart in order to describe and definite different types of quadrilaterals.
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28 ratings
3.9
I created this dice game for students to practice exponents after our multiplication lesson on exponents. The strategy of the game is to choose the base and exponent that will give you the highest answers, because at the end the students will have
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**I revised the numbers in the pie graph on this from the first version, these amounts are much more friendly** This activity includes construction of a bar graph, double bar graph, line graph, double line graph, and a circle graph.I put this
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I adapted this idea from another writing activity I was given my first year of teaching. This kids absolutely loved this! I used this activity when discussing descriptive writing and adjectives. Students would create a monster that committed
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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26 ratings
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I use this book at the end of the year to make books for next year's class to read. We title these How to Survive ::insert your name:: class. Students then fill in each page giving the students insight into their teacher, what that grade is like,
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I wanted my students to be able to independently practice comparing and adding integers. The first game is comparing integers with playing cards. The second activity is adding integers using positive and negative chips. You will have to have decks
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13 ratings
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***please download free preview to see a sample copy of this, the thumbnail images did not pick up everything!*** This is a quick way to check to see if your students understand how to order fractions, decimals, and percents. Students will cut out
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This game will help students practice skills for find the least common multiple between two numbers. This game uses basic numbers that are often used as denominators in fraction problems. The objective of this game is for students to work
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3.9
This math center was used to practice recognizing the math operations in word problems. I used this as test prep before the Virginia SOL tests. Students were able to keep the first page as a reference page for future practice.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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14 ratings
4.0
This is a powerpoint I used to teach the Representative Landmarks and Significant Features of the Midwest Region. This powerpoint touches on the Great Lakes, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Mall of America, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Gateway
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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8 ratings
4.0
This notes page covers common 3D shapes. It leaves an opportunity for students to draw the matching net and figure themselves. This is perfect for an interactivte notebook or othe reference material! Covered on this page are cube, rectangular prism,
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***Please download the free preview to see a sample copy of this activity*** This is an activity in ordering fractions from least to greatest. Students must cut out the fractions cards and arrange them on the least to greatest map. Once they have
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11 ratings
3.7
These cards go over geometry terms that are appropriate for 5-6th grade mathematics. I used these as a word wall. Each vocabular term comes with a definition and picture clue. I also made several copies of these for students to cut apart and sort.
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9 ratings
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These are simple step by step notes for fraction operations. Note pages are for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fraction. Why recreate the wheel? These are perfect additions to an interactive notebooks, for students to use as a
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I made this power point as a brief overview of Canada's Significant landmarks to go with our regional geography curriculum. It includes information and links on Niagra Falls, Banff National Park, and Churchill Manitoba.
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3.6
I developed this Letter and Calendar to motive students to practice their math facts at home each night! It works in much the same way that Reading Logs work for Language Arts. Students must track their nightly minutes practing math facts and
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This is not just a game, but an entire lesson! Included in this, is a lesson plan, notes page, student directions, and recording sheet! Everything is done for you! This game is played with a standard 6 sided cube. Students play together, rolling
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This Power Point reviews the four types of sentences: declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory. I also included the common names in the first slide: statement, question, command, exclamation. This power point includes notes, quick
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7 ratings
3.9
**** The thumbnail images on this product have misconstrued the layout. To see the layout more clearly please download the free preview for this item! I am not sure how to fix the thumnail images.**** This assignment is a creative writing assignment
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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3 ratings
4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My teaching experience include 8 years of experience at the elementary levels (3rd and 5th) and 2 years of experience at the middle school level. I have recently moved to Illinois from Virginia, and I am currently teaching fifth grade.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I strive to provide hands on activities so that students can work on enhancing their skills through independent work!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

No awards yet....but plenty of rewarding experiences!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. Elementary Education +15 in Speech Language Pathology

I am a new mom and love TPT because it provides me an opportunity to make a little extra money to help support my family!