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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

It's been awhile. It's been a busy year. Sorry been MIA! I found out in early October I was expecting my third child so it has been super busy with that and school. I am planning on revamping the site to be seperated into categories based on Common Core Standards so be looking for that in the next few months.

 For now, enjoy the site :) Sorry in advance for any broken links!
Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

Mathbook Bulletin Board

Sunday, September 23, 2012

My 5th graders have been working so hard for me so I wanted  them to show off what they were learning. I decided I wanted my bulletin board in the hallway to put to good regular use. I've never known exactly what to do with it. I decided to make a play on the Facebook bulletin boards I've seen on Pinterest.

How did I do it?
I made a "Mathbook" bulletin board. I used poster board and hand drew the symbols in black sharpie. Then I used regular copy paper to cut out the letters trying to match a facebook-ish font. Then I took card stock and cut them at 8 1/2 inches a piece. I had some volunteers cut and laminate them for me. (Thank you BB volunteers!!) I also copied the Facebook Like symbol with the word Like next to it on blue paper. These were also laminated.

How exactly do I use it?
Students can pick a new spot every week. I figured this would be better than assigning a spot. That way every student dependent on their height preference could pick a spot on the board. Students write down what they learned that week, show an example problem, brag about their test score, and etc. If I like what they say then I use a "Like button" simply by stapling it with one staple. It's easy to take off the next week. Students use the card stocks to write on with black dry erase markers. I have found color doesn't erase as well. Then students can erase a card and rewrite it on the next week after their test. It's a great way to show off what we did that week as well as an awesome use for an exit slip.

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

Compare Decimals and/or Fractions 9-17-12 to 9-27-12

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Signing off, Mrs. Burger :-)

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My name is Mrs. Hanah Burger. This is my 4th year teaching 5th grade math at Blythe-Bower Elementary, and I love what I do. My goal is to make as many math nerds out there to love numbers and change the world with their knowledge! I just finished my Masters, and I hope to one day go back for my EDs. I have two amazing kiddos, Mikaela (6) and Peyton (3), as well as a great hubby, Jonathan. They mean the world to me. :0D


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