Jen Wieber

About Jen

Jen Wieber graduated with a degree in Education in 2000. She's taught in the elementary school classroom as a certified teacher, specialized in multi-age classrooms, taught math to 6th grade middle school students, as well as numerous teacher training seminars, and braved the passenger seat as a Driver's Education Instructor.

These days, Jen is the teacher to her 3 daughters at home, helping them pursue their educational dreams and to become responsible, compassionate, contributing members of society, and to remember to change their socks at least twice a month. Each week, Jen also teaches writing to upper elementary and high school students in a Home School Co-op. All this is made possible by a supportive, hard-working husband, and less possibly, by a dog named Chester.

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Summer Tomato Caprese Salad

Posted by Jen Wieber on May 28, 2015

Take this colorful Tomato Caprese Salad with you to your next summer event!

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A Friendly Letter to Next Year's Student with Free template

Posted by Jen Wieber on May 17, 2015

Students use this fabulous letter writing template to write a letter to next year's students!

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Gumdrop Multiplication and Addition

Posted by Jen Wieber on April 25, 2015

Use gumdrops and toothpicks to make sculptures. Each gumdrop is worth a different amount. Multiply to find out how much your scultpure is worth! Fun math for kids!

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Gumdrop Geometry Math Fun

Posted by Jen Wieber on April 25, 2015

Students use gumdrops and toothpicks to make 2-D and 3-D shapes, being able to identify its sides and vertices!

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