Amber Hackworth

Amber Hackworth

4th Grade Teacher at Ossian Elementary
Amber Hackworth
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Bring math to life using authentic word problems with visual pictures for your students!

Bring math to life using authentic word problems with visual pictures for your students!

Active Anchor Charts Sequence Click for the Gallery of Active Anchors More

Anchor Charts that are ACTIVE with examples of active anchor charts for reading, ELA, writing, math, and science. Take anchor charts from Read Me to Try Me!

Use these 36 printable game cards to play four fun low-stress games. Students will help each other as they match cards that show fractions, verbal expressions, points on a number line, and/or line segments. A recording sheet is included. Card games are for 1 to 4 players and the same games can be played with other sets of fraction cards. ~by Angie Seltzer

Use these 36 printable game cards to play four fun low-stress games. Students will help each other as they match cards that show fractions, verbal expressions, points on a number line, and/or line segments. A recording sheet is included. Card games are fo

4th & 5th Grade Place Value Task Cards free from The Curriculum Corner

Use these place value task cards to help your students practice place value, meet and grade math standards. FREE from The Curriculum Corner.

Long Division Song | How To Do Long Division Step by Step Made Easy | 3-digit by 1-digit 1. Long Division Lesson: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product...

Long Division Song | How To Do Long Division Step by Step Made Easy | 3-digit by 1-digit 1. Long Division Lesson: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product...

All year, but definitely next December...Millions of Miles: 33 Service Projects To Do With Your Kids

Millions of Miles: 33 Service Projects To Do With Your Kids~ Call it service learning. Call it parenting your gifted child. Call it giving back. Call it the 12 days of Christmas. Whatever you call it, it is a good idea.

One community service project seemed to lead to another for Michael Patterson, grown homeschooler. He shares  a variety of service project ideas in here that could work for your family. And as Michael reminds us, "Kids don't have to wait to become adults to be heroes."

One community service project seemed to lead to another for Michael Patterson, grown homeschooler. He shares a variety of service project ideas in here that could work for your family. And as Michael reminds us, "Kids don't have to wait to become adults

Every Star Is Different: 12 Months of Family Service Projects

Police officer gift ideas Nice little gift to show appreciation for police officers you know. This would make a great project for elementary school kids to give officers in their community.