Let's take a walk down memory lane. This post is about two things the most and the best. In other words. I'll tell you what was said about me in my high school year book... And I'll tell you about my best picks for something special. Back in high school, I was the most introverted book worm there ever was! And not surprisingly, I was voted to be the quietest student of the entire student body. I have changed a bit since then. I'm a bit more social but I wish I had more time to read! This is one of my favorite pictures. I was sixteen and yes, we wore uniforms. That's my amazing grandmother there with me.
Now, here's a cute photo below (yearbook style) of my TpT stuff!
For teaching Place Value at the start of the school year, this is my little pet - A Place Value Kit. It has everything you need to introduce and review place value. It has:Introductory Cards, Place value worksheets - using the blocks to write values in numerals and words, a Game - using the place value chart to represent values in a fun way, and a quiz.
Most Likely to Help Your Students Succeed - I chose my most highly rated item for this category my Prefix and Suffix Bundle. This is literally like having ten games in one pack. It has three sets of cards. Prefix cards, Suffix Cards, and Word Building Cards for Root Words and their matching prefixes and suffixes. Each card set has three activities of their own and I have included a new activity which uses all three sets of cards!
These are for the measurement strand in math. One is for time (elsapsed time rulers) and the other is for linear measurement (measurement task cards for cm and mm and for inches).
To see the Best and Most by other teacher Bloggers, check out Christina Bainbridge's Linky. You may even get to see other teachers' high school pictures!