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Favorite Things…

One of my favorite things as a teacher is being able to take part in a giveaway for other teachers! I joined up with The Wise Owl to be a part of her 100 Follower Giveaway that ends this weekend. For her giveaway, I have donated my Place Value Task

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More Work Station Magic!

This week for work stations my students were reviewing skills with decimals. I pulled out a game that I had created “Retro Ordering Decimal War” and another game that I found on TpT from the amazing Jennifer Findley called “Decimal Place Value Spooky Sort“. The groups that started at Decimal

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Organization is Empowering!

This week on a visit to Wal-Mart, I was on a mission to see if they had marked down the Back to School $0.88 items and sure enough, they were now down to $0.30 each. I was on the hunt for more stickers for my classroom as that is working

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Currently…, a Winner and a Freebie!

Yes, I wanted to do more than just a currently today but alas it is 5:17pm and I need to go home. 🙂 I do have a winner from the giveaway posted for the FREE Flippables! And the winner is………..   And, on top of that, I have a FREEBIE for everyone!

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Work Stations Work!

Many of you know that I began teaching Resource Math this year for the first time along with my 7th grade math and Newspaper classes. I am absolutely head over heels in love with these two classes that I have. My 7th Grade Resource Math has a total of 10

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It’s Already October?

Oh my goodness, where has the time gone? I have been using all of my spare moments working on things for my classroom that I truly didn’t realize that it was already October! Where have I been? Like I said, it has been a crazy busy time and I’m working

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Equations are Everything!

As a result of trying to continue to pre-plan, this weekend I knew that I was going to be introducing expressions and equations to my 7th graders. As a review for next week, I wanted to extend their thinking on how to find equations within a word problem and be

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Post-It, Prove It! An Exit Ticket Strategy

Roughly twice a week in my class I have some sort of “Exit Ticket” for my students to do. I normally give them one that has directed questions to solve over what we have covered or an open-ended response, and then we always do a Post-It, Prove It! A Post-It,

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Order of Operations is Where It’s At!

How many of us remember reviewing Order of Operations umpteen million times in school? It’s the same thing over and over again right? This year I knew I wanted to just create a resource for my students for their Interactive Notebooks so they could have it for reference. I didn’t

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Welcoming Fall with a FREEBIE!

<div align=”center”><a href=”http://teachingmy3.blogspot.com/2012/09/fall-blog-hop.html” title=”Teaching My 3″><img src=”http://i1146.photobucket.com/albums/o527/hlpharris/fall-blog-hop_zpsc925475e.png” alt=”Teaching My 3″ style=”border:none;” /></a></div> I don’t know about you but I am so happy that Fall is finally here! Granted here in Texas we are still having highs in the 90s which is just CRAY-CRAY! Just because the weather is still warm

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#myFavFriday- Instagram Learning

So this week I have to share some greatness that has been going on outside of my classroom as my FAVORITE thing this week. All through our unit on numerical understandings where we defined rational numbers as well as positive and negative numbers, my students kept bringing up infinity when

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