Best of 2018

Friday, December 28, 2018

2018 brought another year full of doctor's appointments after a third diagnosis of Melanoma. I went through another surgery and switched to a different immune-therapy drug (Opdivo). I will still be in treatments throughout 2019, but as of now I am not facing another surgery. I do hope things continue to go well with the treatment. I hope for health and happiness for my family as well. For all of you, I wish you a healthy and joyful year. May you enjoy happiness throughout 2019!

How to Make an Easy Math Game Using a Beach Ball

Monday, August 13, 2018

Inside: Directions for making and playing a Beach Ball Math Game.

Every time I passed out a worksheet I could hear the groans and mumblings from the students. Even I was mumbling at the thought of grading them. But when we played a game, the atmosphere became electrified! Let's fire up your students with a game of Beach Ball Math.

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Fire up your students with a game!

Tips to Help Students in Math

Monday, June 11, 2018
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Some students need some accommodations in math to be successful. Here are a few tips that might benefit your students.

What Do You Do with Sticky Notes?

Tuesday, May 15, 2018
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Sticky notes were my favorite thing when teaching. I actually still LOVE them! I sort of have an obsession with them especially the colored ones. So what can you do with sticky notes in the classroom besides all those random notes stuck on your desk and computer?

Repurpose Old Games - Poker Chips

Monday, April 23, 2018

Repurpose old poker chips or water bottle caps into a math matching game. You can use a variety of math skills including converting fractions, decimals, and percents. Perfect for your math centers and engaging your students.

It's time for another round of Repurposing Old Games! If you haven't seen Part 1 - Shrek Board Game to Integer Adventure, you can find it here. Part 2 - Connect Four to Decimal 4 in a Row, you can find it here.
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