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July 3, 2020 4 Comments

Even and Odd, Prime and Composite Numbers

Regardless of whether your school is going back for in person learning or continuing with distance learning, you’re going to need some resources, right? There are some fantastic dollar deals on Teachers Pay Teachers TODAY and TOMORROW that you will definitely want to check out. I have listed both math and language arts materials to help you prepare for the beginning of the new school year.

You might need some posters for even and odd, prime and composite numbers for walls, notebooks, and Google Classroom. I hope you’ll check mine out.

Graphic Organizers for ANY Text

Perhaps you need some graphic organizers for reading. This set includes printable and digital versions. The printable versions are available in both black and white AND color. These are really versatile. Students can use these with any book. My students love using graphic organizers and using them on a consistent basis in the classroom impacts student learning in a positive way.

Comparing and Ordering Fractions and Decimals

Comparing and ordering fractions and decimals is challenging for students. I have lessons and materials to make it fun and engaging. The lessons are easy to differentiate because the teacher can decide which students need more of a challenge and which students need less. This is one of my favorite resources and is a best seller because it is perfect for advanced learners and learners who struggle and for everyone in between.

Writing Revision and Editing Checklists

Finally, effectively launching writing workshop at the beginning of the school year can help you nurture enthusiasm for writing rather than moans and groans. I have a whole bundle for launching writing workshop that I recently finished updating, but you can grab these checklists TODAY (7/3/2020) for $!!

I sincerely hope that I can help you set up your classroom for success this year. Please feel free to leave a comment or ask a question.


Currently, I teach fifth grade and have taught fifth grade since 2011. Before teaching fifth grade, I taught third grade, first grade, kindergarten, preschool, baby and toddler music, college, and graduate school. I am a mom of two daughters, a Maltese dog, and a tuxedo cat.

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  • ceceliamagro July 4, 2020 at 12:54 pm

    I love that these resources work for in person learning and virtual! What a great deal!

    • amazingmaterials4you August 5, 2020 at 9:01 am

      Thank you so much for visiting, friend.

  • Mrs T August 3, 2020 at 7:01 pm

    So many great resources here! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    • amazingmaterials4you August 5, 2020 at 9:00 am

      You’re Loren, right? You WON the raffle! Look for the email from TpT in a few minutes.

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    The letters of my first name inspired the name of this blog and the names of my other business ventures, so when you think of me, just remember AM4Y. I started my teaching journey in 1987 and have taught every age from babies to fifth grade as well as college and graduate school in Tennessee, Florida, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Colorado, and Virginia. I have a B.A. in English and Psychology from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville and an M.A.T. in curriculum and instruction from The University of Memphis. In addition, I have completed more graduate work at The University of Maryland and The University of Colorado, Denver. I am a mom of two young adult daughters and a cute Maltese dog. When I am not teaching, you can find me traveling, reading, hiking, or cooking. Read More

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