Amber Ebarb 4th grade math
Hi! I am married and we have a little girl named Emersyn. I grew up in this area and graduated from Happy Valley High School and East Tennessee State University. I got hired at East Side after graduation and went on to pursue my administration degree. I graduated from Lincoln Memorial University in 2012. I have been a teacher at East Side for 10 years. I taught Kindergarten for 2 years and 5th grade Science and Social Studies, but my passion is in upper grade math. My goal is for kids to leave my classroom feeling comfortable, confident, and excited about math!
Students will rotate in three block periods. My homeroom class will begin with math and then rotate to Mrs. Fleenor for Science and Social Studies and Mrs. Abel for ELA. We have an Intervention block that consists of each student going to a specific place daily to work on math and reading skills. This will vary each nine week period.
How you can help your child:
- Practice multiplication facts everyday! Being successful in 4th grade math is dependent on your child knowing his/her multiplication facts.
- Ask them what they are learning. Your child should be able to talk to you about what we learned in math class. We will complete a worksheet together most days in class. Even if this is completed, have them show you what we learned in class.
- Practice whatever skill we are working on. I try to complete work in class but practicing at home will allow you to see if your child understands what we are learning and keep you informed on their progress.