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Choose 1 of the 3 fingerprint templates.
Students write about themselves on the lines of the fingerprint.
This is perfect for the first day of school or the first week of school.
This can be used in English, Art, Science, or any other subject.

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Students practice solving one step equations involving all operations with fractions. If a student gets an answer that is not listed, students know to double check their work for an error. My students prefer coloring sheets over traditional

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Students use exponent laws to simplify 18 expressions. They color the piece of the snail with the answer. If the answer isn't on the snail, students will know to try again.
I made this for my 7th grader students. It could benefit advanced 6th

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Students solve 25 problems involving subtraction of integers. Students can use a number line, algebra chips, or rules (change addition to subtraction and add the opposite). Students color in the picture according to the rule. This is a fun way to

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Students practice combining like terms, with up to 5 terms, using only the variable x. There are 25 questions. Once a student has an answer, they make sure the answer appears on the snowflake. If it does not appear, they know to double check

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2 pages, each containing 7 items to "purchase." Students use the percents off to find the discount and sale price, and then find the tax and final selling price. There is a 3rd page with blank spaces so students can pick their own item to "buy."

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Students practice solving one-step equations (solving for x) and color the turkey according to the key. Perfect for pre-algebra students.

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Students are given either the radius or diameter of a circle. They find both the area and the circumference, then color the picture accordingly. This coloring activity is a way to increase engagement compared to traditional worksheets. It is also

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Activity #1: A riddle to practice identifying rational and irrational numbers, including integers, fractions, decimals, and square roots.
Activity #2: A riddle to practice identifying rational and irrational numbers, focusing on decimals. Students

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Students will solve 26 problems involving the distributive property. They will find the answer on the hot air balloon and color it according to the rule. If the answer does not appear on the picture, they know to check their work and try again /

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4 pages total. The focus is identifying the difference between "less than" (subtraction) and "is less than" (inequality).
2 pages of matching an algebraic or variable expression to a written expression. Each spells out a secret phrase which

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6 posters (with borders and without borders)
-denominator of 1
-decimal point
-coefficient of 1
-exponent of 1
-positive sign
-hidden multiplication sign
This focuses on integers and shows examples with positive and negative numbers.

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Students find the surface area of 12 cylinders (not drawn to scale). The radius is given for 6 of them, and the diameter is given for the other 6.
There is space to write the area of each part of the cylinder: top base, bottom base, lateral

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Simplify 15 variable expressions by distributing first, then combining like terms. Find the simplified expression on the dragon, and color it accordingly.
Involves integer operations too.

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Students locate 27 points on a coordinate plane and write down the letter at that point to reveal a secret phrase.

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Given a graph, students identify the slope and y-intercept, and write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form. Students use the slope and y-intercept for color in the picture.
12 graphs in all.

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Pre-Algebra Bingo: End-of-the-Year Review
59 questions in a Power Point slideshow (3 versions with the questions in a different order)
Topics include
integer operations
absolute value
converting fractions, decimals, and percents
fraction

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

10+ years of teaching! My expertise lies in math interventions. I teach students who are behind grade level and help them make tremendous growth each year. I teach new info in multiple ways. I only sell what benefits the majority of my students and what students enjoy doing.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I want every student engaged in math and to feel successful. I like to incorporate scavenger hunts, coloring activities, art projects, and games whenever possible.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

M.Ed. from the University of Minnesota

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GRADES

Kindergarten, 1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, Homeschool

SUBJECTS

English Language Arts, Spelling, Vocabulary, Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Numbers, Other (Math), Science, Arts & Music, Visual Arts, Math Test Prep, For All Subject Areas, Statistics, Word Problems, Forensics, Writing, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Autumn, Mental Math, Winter, Decimals, Place Value