Math

Valentine Math Puzzles to Tickle the Brain

Math puzzles help children build confidence, fluency, and a love of learning, all while having fun. In this class, each math puzzle is designed around the sights & sounds of Valentines Day and is sure to tickle your child's growing brain.
Liz Malone
250 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 10 learners
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Class

30 minutes

per class

Meets once

5-8

year olds

1-5

learners per class

per learner

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Description

Class Experience

Review Addition, Subtraction Facts (0-12)
Develop Number Sense and Recognize Patterns in Numbers
Explore Solving for Variables
As a former Math/Science teacher I have spent countless hours helping elementary school aged children discover the wonder of learning. I was privileged to begin my career in the world of Special Education, taught many years in the general education setting, and ended my career in Gifted Education. My ESL certification allowed me the honor of also working with countless children who were just learning English as their second language and what a joy it was to introduce them to my native language. 

Helping students discover their talents, passions, and strengths is one of the things that brings me the greatest fulfillment in life. Encouraging each child to find a way to plug those talents into his or her learning is a vital part of who I am. My work as a Gifted and Talented Specialist taught me the importance of inspiring children to look beyond the obvious to the abstract and helped me to see the joy that comes from viewing every child through the lens of his or her strengths. My hope is that, through my teaching, I can help each child to see himself, or herself, through that lens as well. 
Small white board and marker or paper and pencil
Learners may want to bring something they can use as counters
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.

Teacher

Liz MaloneFormer Elementary Teacher with a Passion for Making a Difference in the Lives of Kids
250 total reviews
416 completed classes

About Me

Hello there! I am a recently retired public school teacher with twenty years experience teaching kindergarten through fifth grade learners. I have taught all subject areas, but my greatest passion is in the area of math and science. I am also... 
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