My students are an incredible group of smart and caring students who are willing to take a challenge. Every day they overcome obstacles, and work their hardest to succeed in the classroom. Our classroom is a place where everyone feels comfortable being themselves and taking risks. I love working with my students because my students work hard and want to be successful in whatever they are learning.
Each day is a new day of learning so I try to provide new opportunities for my students to learn.
We learn from each other each and every day. Every student is unique and special and they make me strive every day to be the best teacher and person I can possibly be, because they deserve the absolute best from me.
My students need activities that are meaningful and fun! These hands on games will help improve fraction skills and will allow them to have a deeper understanding of fractions. Fractions are an area that a lot of my students need support in. Therefore, having games and activities that are meaningful and fun will allow my students to repeat what I am teaching in class.
Learning can be so much fun when it is meaningful and fun so why not give our students opportunties that allow this to occur?
Can you imagine all the possiblities that can occur in the classroom with fractions?
My goal is to make fractions meaningful and interesting so that my students want to learn more! Fractions are all around them and my job is to show them all the different ways. I want them to become proficient with fractions so that they can be successful in the following years as well because the foundation has been set.
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