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Amy Roberge
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Title 1 Math Specialist
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Double Digit Multiplication
I was on Pinterest one day and came across a picture where a teacher had written a message across the student tables.  The teacher mentioned that you could use dry erase markers on the table to leave messages for your students or have them do their work rig...

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Delivering the Mail
Earlier this year I was really working on recognition of numbers 1-20 with my Kindergarten group.  The teen numbers are really hard.  After a lot of work with building the teen numbers (a ten and some more) we worked on recognizing and recalling the differe...

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Please help out my son Tyler and the Essex High School Baseball Team

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There are No "Problems" in Math
I just came across this quote in an email that came from NCTM.  It made me stop and instantly think about what was written. There are no problems in math.  There are only questions, inquiries, challenges, discoveries, etc.  I hope I am quoting this correctl...

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Adding to 120
Using the 120 board as a game board students take turns rolling the dice and moving that many spaces. The first one to reach 120 wins.  This happened to be one of our last days together so we celebrated their hard work with some cookies.  You could do some ...

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Number Talks
  Math interventions are up and running and I started them off this year with Number Talks .  Fourth grade focus for this round of intervention is multiplication.  I am trying to move them past skip counting into more efficient strategies.  I put up the fir...

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Getting Started...
I ended last school year with this message.  School has started up again and I am remembering this message from a student.  Not because I want kudos for what I do but because it reminds me that I am here to help my students be successful.   At the beginning...

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The player should have been called out at home but we also made too many errors and ended up in this situation. Through it all I am a very proud mom of an awesome baseball player! Tyler
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