** **My teacher-led presentations allow teachers to facilitate math lessons and provide practice without having to write problems on the board, which can take their attention away from the students. Teachers can circulate the room and assist students as they calculate, communicate, reason and use manipulatives to represent their mathematical thinking. Students enjoy the feedback that many of the presentations provide. Enjoy them and consider attending a workshop where I demonstrate how to use a variety of technology –including several other slideshows–to build understanding.

- Understanding Multiplication – Get out the manipulatives and use these word problems to help students represent the meaning of multiplication
- Understanding Division – Get out the manipulatives and use these word problems to help students represent the meaning of division
- Reading a Protractor — Let your students step into the role of the teacher to facilitate whole-group practice for the class.
- Decimal Subtraction– Emphasizing Number Sense & Estimation
- Telling Time to the Half Hour and Quarter Hour – Hands-On Guided Practice Using Whiteboards and Hand-held Clocks
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with LIKE Denominators
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with UNLIKE Denominators
- Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers – Guided Practice
- Elapsed Time— Hours and Minutes Within 24 hours
- Counting and Comparing Money up to $2–Link to a matching Word Document Within the Slideshow
- Counting and Comparing Money up to $2
- Area of Triangles — Right Triangles Only

- Multiplication As Repeated Addition – Students use my repetitive story along with manipulatives and calculators to connect addition to multiplication.
- Long Division Introduction -Take Students Step-by-Step Through the Traditional Algorithm
- Long Division Practice – Using Webmath.com
- More Long Division Practice– Using Webmath.com
- Measurement – Reasonable Measures Review Slideshow (Weight, Length, Volume)
- Measurement: Weight ~ Grams, Ounces, Pounds, Kilograms Conversions and Reasonable Measures
- Measurement: Weight ~ Reasonable Measures Grams, Ounces, Pounds, Kilograms and
- Interpreting Graphs — Grades 2 and Up
- Variables and Open Sentences — Download the Sort and use the PowerPoint to follow up on this collaborative activity on thinking and reasoning.
- Comparing Fractions — Number Sense
- Comparing Fractions — Converting Fractions to Decimals
- Comparing Fractions — Cross Multiplication