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An educator since 1979, Tammy L. Jones has worked with students from first grade through college. Currently, Tammy is consulting with individual school districts in training teachers on strategies for making content accessible to all learners. Writing integrations as well as literacy connections are foundational in everything Tammy does. A variety of resources are offered for mathematics Pre-K through 12 as well as several that are interdisciplinary. Electronic trainings are also offered.

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An educator since 1979, Tammy L. Jones has worked with students from first grade through college. Currently, Tammy is consulting with individual school districts in training teachers on strategies for making content accessible to all learners. Writing integrations as well as literacy connections are foundational in everything Tammy does. A variety of resources are offered for mathematics Pre-K through 12 as well as several that are interdisciplinary. Electronic trainings are also offered.
What Do We Know About Middle School Mathematics
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What Do We Know About Middle School Mathematics

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What Do We Know? is a small group writing activity. This is a good activity for struggling students and ESL/ELL who may need some support in writing. It supports students as they build stamina in writing in the content area. This particular What Do We Know About focuses on the Middle School Mathematics: Circles Data Analysis Expressions & Equations Functions Geometry Inequalities Probability Ratios and Proportions The Pythagorean Theorem This resource is good for children with Dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that!
Math Literacy-Primary-A Place for Zero
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Math Literacy-Primary-A Place for Zero

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Do trade books have a place in today’s mathematics classroom? Yes! Incorporating literature into the mathematics classroom at any level can increase student engagement, make mathematics come alive and have meaning, and can help to differentiate instruction as well as support ELL/ESL students. Present mathematics in a way that will make mathematics more accessible and understandable for students at all levels. This resource contains 13 suggested activities to engage students AS YOU READ, for students to experience BEING A MATHEMATICIAN, and provide authentic OPPORTUNITIES FOR WRITING. The suggested activities can be adapted for a large or small group, centers, learning stations and for intervention. This resource is good for students with language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that! Book not included.
History of Mathematics
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History of Mathematics

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The study of the history of mathematics allows students to understand where and how some of the mathematics with which they work came from or was derived. There are resources for teachers and students as well as some activities and topics and projects for students to investigate. Writing and presentation opportunities are included. A writing project, trade card project and a scavenger hunt are included. This resource is good for students with dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies.
Math Literacy-Intermediate-Wild Fibonacci
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Math Literacy-Intermediate-Wild Fibonacci

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Do trade books have a place in today’s mathematics classroom? Yes! Incorporating literature into the mathematics classroom at any level can increase student engagement, make mathematics come alive and have meaning, and can help to differentiate instruction as well as support ELL/ESL students. Present mathematics in a way that will make mathematics more accessible and understandable for students at all levels. This resource contains seven suggested activities and "Creating a Fibonaci Spiral" activity to engage students AS YOU READ, for students to experience BEING A MATHEMATICIAN, and provide authentic OPPORTUNITIES FOR WRITING. The suggested activities can be adapted for a large or small group, centers, learning stations and for intervention. This resource is good for students with language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that! Book not included.
Number Patterns
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Number Patterns

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Young mathematicians, while learning to count, are also building understandings of our base ten number system. Number charts support the investigation of and discovery of many number patterns as well as serve as an aid in developing fluencies with composition and decomposition of numbers. Investigating patterns is the focus of this set of activities. A literacy connection as well as a technology integration is provided. Samples of 20, 50 charts, 100 charts and 1000 charts are given. Multiple charts per page are provided as well as blank charts or activity extensions. The two per page and four per page will fit nicely into the Mathematician’s Notebook.
Ten More, Ten Less Game Cards (40 cards)
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Ten More, Ten Less Game Cards (40 cards)

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Can be used: • With game boards as a review game to build procedural fluency • In a flash card type activity • In a center or learning station activity for review or practice • For differentiation and intervention as needed by your students All game cards available: Addition & Subtraction 1-digit (120 cards) Decimal Multiplication (40 cards) Multiplication 1-digit (60 cards) Decimal Subtraction (40 cards) Addition & Subtraction 2-digit (110 cards) Multiplying with 10 (40 cards) Multiplication 2-digit (72 cards) Write Number Words (50 cards) Ten More, Ten Less (40 cards) Time (50 cards) Decimal Addition (40 cards) Factors & Multiples (40 cards) Decimal Division (40 cards) Seven different game boards are available: Decimal Farm Factors in the Forest Transportation Turns Construction Calculation Polar Ice Exploration Airplane Arithmetic Coastal Countdown Game boards are 11x17 in size. Pawns not included. Game boards Can be used: ��� With game cards as a review game to build procedural fluency • In a flash card type activity • In a center or learning station activity for review or practice • For differentiation and intervention as needed by your students
Getting to Know Your Pattern Blocks
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Getting to Know Your Pattern Blocks

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“Difficulty with fractions (including decimals and percents) is pervasive and is a major obstacle to further progress in mathematics, including algebra.” (National Math Advisory Panel, 2008.) Fractions are the earliest topic in school mathematics where educators agree that students fail and teachers struggle to instruct. This activity packet is good for students with dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies.
Place value mat to hundreds
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Place value mat to hundreds

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Place value is the corner stone for building numeracy. Having a base ten mat that shows the verbal – both the place value and the name for the manipulative, the numerical, as well as the pictorial helps students build stronger connections and deepen their understanding as they work with place value. This is a mat for units, rods, and flats. There is also a version sized for legal paper.
The 12 Days of Mathematics for Christmas-Day 1-K-3
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The 12 Days of Mathematics for Christmas-Day 1-K-3

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The number one is the number that beginning mathematics use to build the set of counting numbers, the Natural numbers. Young mathematicians need practice making one more and making one less. The number one is also the multiplicative identity. Check back every day to download all twelve days of Christmas Mathematics activities. This resource is also good for children with dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies.
Rooster and Friends Dominoes
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Rooster and Friends Dominoes

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Rooster's Off to See the World by Eric Carle, is a beloved children’s book. Not only does the story engage children, it can also serve as a foundation for many mathematical investigations for primary mathematicians. These lessons draw from the counting and cardinality standards. Children love playing with dominoes. These two sets of dominoes offer children a chance to practice their subitizing skills as well as strengthening their sense of number. Dominoes are great for young children because they are so simple to use. Questions are provided that can be used during the development of the activity to determine the desired focus of the lesson. It is very important that young mathematicians understand that numbers are quantities represented by numerals, pictures, numerals, etc. Materials are listed for each of the activities. The 10 pages include both black line masters as well as color masters have been provided. Suggestions for preparing the materials have been noted as well to facilitate making classroom sets for long term use. This resource is good for students with Dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that!
Writing, Vocabulary & Literacy in Secondary Mathematics
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Writing, Vocabulary & Literacy in Secondary Mathematics

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Students learn mathematics more effectively and more deeply when reading and writing is directed at learning mathematics. (Bossé and Faulconer 2008) This packet includes activities that target foundational components for developing understandings and building fluency with key mathematical topics: Circles Data Analysis Exponential Functions Expressions & Equations Functions Geometry Inequalities Linear Functions Quadratic Functions Modeling Probability The Pythagorean Theorem Ratios and Proportional Reasoning Right Triangles in Trigonometry Statistics
Fall in Focus: Looking at the World Through the Lens of a Camera
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Fall in Focus: Looking at the World Through the Lens of a Camera

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The following collection of photographs can be used as journal prompts, discussion starters, bell ringers, or for centers, small groups, or learning stations. These pictures provide opportunities for students to engage in their world through looking at pictures related to fall. As a starting point, have students free-write what they see and describe it. Detailed facilitation notes included in PDF and PowerPoint. Perfect resource for RtI/Intervention, small group instruction, centers and/or learning stations. This resource is good for children with Dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that!
Fall in Focus: Elementary Activity Packet
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Fall in Focus: Elementary Activity Packet

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Students learn mathematics more effectively and more deeply when reading and writing is directed at learning mathematics. (Bossé and Faulconer 2008) This packet includes activities that target foundational components for developing understandings and building fluency. ELA, Social Studies, and Science activities are included and can be easily differentiated based upon the instructions given by the teacher. Vocabulary and writing are targeted and facilitation notes are provided. This resource is good for children with Dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that!
Math Literacy-HS-The Kings Chessboard
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Math Literacy-HS-The Kings Chessboard

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Do trade books have a place in today’s mathematics classroom? Yes! Incorporating literature into the mathematics classroom at any level can increase student engagement, make mathematics come alive and have meaning, and can help to differentiate instruction as well as support ELL/ESL students. Present mathematics in a way that will make mathematics more accessible and understandable for students at all levels. This resource contains seven suggested activities and "The King's Chessboard" activity to engage students AS YOU READ, for students to experience BEING A MATHEMATICIAN, and provide authentic OPPORTUNITIES FOR WRITING. The suggested activities can be adapted for a large or small group, centers, learning stations and for intervention. This resource is good for students with language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that! Book not included.
Multiple Representation Match Activity Primary Numbers-5
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Multiple Representation Match Activity Primary Numbers-5

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NCTM describes “representation” as referring to both a process and a product. So mathematical representations include all the different ways that students depict their thinking as well as the processes they use to put their thinking into those forms. Representations have often been taught as an end in and of themselves, most as essential elements in supporting students’ understanding. When students gain access to mathematical representations and the ideas they express they acquire a set of tools that significantly expand their capacity to model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical phenomena. This activity takes the number 5 and represents it through a concrete manipulative, the written symbol, a verbal symbol, a diagram, picture, graph, drawing, or table, and an algebraic representation with a mathematical sentence. There is also a contextual problem for the students to work through. There are 5 sets of cards, each with 6 representations with facilitation notes. This resource is good for students with Dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that!
Multiple Representation Match Activity Primary Numbers-8
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Multiple Representation Match Activity Primary Numbers-8

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NCTM describes “representation” as referring to both a process and a product. So mathematical representations include all the different ways that students depict their thinking as well as the processes they use to put their thinking into those forms. Representations have often been taught as an end in and of themselves, most as essential elements in supporting students’ understanding. When students gain access to mathematical representations and the ideas they express they acquire a set of tools that significantly expand their capacity to model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical phenomena. This activity takes the number 8 and represents it through a concrete manipulative, the written symbol, a verbal symbol, a diagram, picture, graph, drawing, or table, and an algebraic representation with a mathematical sentence. There is also a contextual problem for the students to work through. There are 5 sets of cards, each with 6 representations with facilitation notes. This resource is good for students with Dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that!
Compare and Contrast with Equations and Inequalities
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Compare and Contrast with Equations and Inequalities

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Vocabulary is one of the foundations for developing understanding for any subject area and mathematics is no exception. For many students, words used in mathematics may not be familiar in context. Students need many opportunities to use vocabulary in their daily work. Providing additional opportunities to review vocabulary in a learning station, center, or small group will help support students who are challenged by the language of mathematics.
Writing Prompts for High School Mathematicians
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Writing Prompts for High School Mathematicians

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This packet offers 11 diverse opportunities for writing in mathematics with over 40 individual prompts for primary students. Writing in mathematics involves more than just putting word to paper. Words need to be carefully chosen to communicate ideas and concepts clearly. Writing involves all of the language of mathematics. Reading, vocabulary, notations and symbols, diagrams, charts, graphs, and metacognition all serve a role as students are engaged in writing in mathematics. Many and varied opportunities need to be provided for students to engage in original thought writing. And remember, just because a students can say something in words, it in no way shows that they can write those same thoughts. Those are two different skill sets. Writing also provides opportunities for the verbal learner to excel as well as the creative learner. This beginning assortment of writing prompts can be adapted as needed for the course, topic, and level of the students. The important thing is to write! Just asking, “Why?”, “How did you think about that?”, “What could be another strategy used here?”, and “Is your conclusion reasonable?” requires students to engage in more than just procedural mathematics. On the back page is a sample of how journal prompt cards can be made for learning station facilitation or to print on labels for ELL/ESL and struggling learners and beginning writers.
Fall in Focus: Autumn Activities and Writing Prompts for the September Equinox
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Fall in Focus: Autumn Activities and Writing Prompts for the September Equinox

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The September Equinox offers the opportunity for students to investigate many topics related to the annual event. Website resources included. This resource is good for children with Dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that!