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Tweeting Teens is a collection of activities and games to teach teen numbers. The unit includes: - Tweet! Tweet! Number Recognition Game (14...
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Syllable Safari is a fun and educational file folder game for grades Kindergarten - 2nd. Students take turn choosing a card, determining the n...
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Pot of Gold is a literacy center game to build nonsense word fluency and CVC fluency for students, Kindergarten - 2nd Grade. Students take turn ...
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This unit has many fun activities and games to complement the beloved children's book, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. The unit includes: - Blank...
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10 Apples is an engaging game to reinforce ten frame number recognition skills. Students take turns choosing a ten frames card and identifying t...
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This set of 6 bug themed, short vowel Roll A Word games is a great addition to literacy centers! Download includes: - 6 Roll A Word game bo...
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This downloads contains 6 ready to go alphabet centers to add to your classroom's literacy centers. Detailed instructions are provided for each ...
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Ocean Adventure is a fun file folder game to practice reading and recognizing short vowel o families (ot, op, og, ob)! Students travel around th...
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Frog Hop is an engaging game to reinforce vowel recognition skills. Students draw cards, identify the vowel, and move his/her playing piece to t...
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Super Scoops Literacy Center includes: - Super Scoops game with 64 ice cream scoop cards - 2 cut and paste student assessment activities This...
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This set of five short vowel word family file folder games is a great addition to your classroom's literacy center. Students will enjoy playing ...
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The download includes 12 math and literacy activities to use in your classroom... - Lucky Vowels (short vowel identification) - Roll the Rai...
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I Have, Who Has Beginning Sounds is a great way for students to practice identifying their letters and letter sounds. This download includes 26...
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Treasure Hunt is an engaging game for students to practice reading beginning consonant blends and digraphs. Students take turn choosing a card a...
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Circus Shapes explores basic shapes through many different games and activities . The unit includes: - Shape "UNO" - Balloon Blast! Game ...
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Word Spin is a literacy center activity to reinforce sight words based on the Dolch sight word lists. The center includes: - 20 spinner board...
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This word family activity is a great addition to literacy centers for grades Kindergarten through Second Grade. The download includes sorts for ...
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Students will love this adorable, frog themed consonant blend BINGO game! The game includes: - 16 BINGO boards - 7 sets of BINGO calling...
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This download includes 11 Thanksgiving and fall themed activities Math Activities - Pocket Chart Patterns - Falling Leaves Addition Game - Kee...
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This unit is a great way to celebrate and learn all about Earth Day! The unit includes: - Earth Day Word Jumble - Reduce, Reuse, Recycl...
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Hi there, I purchased your Short Vowel Roll A Word Games - Bug Theme and love them but I have had a problem printing out the letter U color page. Any suggestions? I've tried multiple times and it just comes out as a blank page. Thanks you any help:)
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I love the POW game. I am looking for one with one vowel words and possibly two vowel words--in 2 separate games. Is it possible for me to buy the template from you to create my own or is that something you would create? Cost involved?

Thanks
Heather Slayton
October 21, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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K. Kindergarten  (TpT Seller)
Good Morning!

Thanks for the message, glad you love the game!

I would gladly make a game like that and it would be around the same cost. Do you mind giving me an example of one vowel words vs. two vowels? Would it be like cap vs. cape or more like a one syllable word vs. two syllable words (cat vs. lion)?

Have a great day!
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Good morning! I am a first grade teacher, formerly PK teacher. I just finished my masters in May (yea!) with a degree in Mind, Brain and Education – a subfield of education. The first program was started at Harvard by Howard Gardner and Kurt Fisher (if you haven’t read any of Kurt Fisher’s work on Skill Theory and you are interested in the cognitive processes involved in learning, you must read his work!)

Cut to the chase. When I moved up from PK to 1st I was shocked by my students’ lack of number sense. I spent an entire year and all last summer trying to figure out what was missing. In Nov I attended a workshop that on number sense. When I heard the presentation I recognized all the “big” names of the research I had been investigating. The workshop was a training session for an iPad app (Native Numbers). It seemed like a valid, robust app, but I am a skeptic and had to know: would this really work.

I am here to tell you that with the first skill set I saw every cognitive model of learning embedded in this app. I also realized that this app is more than a learning tool; it has built in formative and summative assessment as it is adaptive and levels up and down based on student performance and leads to mastery.

Now I am on a “mission” – everything we read tells us our students are lacking number sense. I believe this app is a fabulous tool to remediate those deficits. I have no vested interest in this app except that I am one of those people that has to solve problems and when I think I have found possible answers, I have to share that with others. Our kids are too important not to share---which is why I love reading blogs! I am asking for teachers to simply read the research and then try out the app and give me feedback---or give the feedback yourself to the developers. I am that convinced. I am not a salesman and I feel quite strange in this new role I have taken upon myself…but I have nothing to lose, or gain, except knowing that maybe we can have an enormous impact on our students!

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at tatergraderswife@yahoo.com Check out the app at www.nativebrain.com – you can find the background of the developers and read about the research behind the app. You can also watch a video on that site or go to these YouTube links:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JF20_4GRtks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uuw0jtvfYI
I know this was long, so thanks for reading. Please let me know if you have questions!!!
Rene Grimes, M.Ed.
June 8, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Kay's Place  (TpT Seller)
I also really like the tweeting for teens set and would gladly buy one that covers the numbers 1 - 10.
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Regina Lorentz  (TpT Seller)
Hello!

I love your tweeting for teens product.

Could you check and update page 24? I think there is a mistake in the error section.

Thanks!
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Michele Wilson  (TpT Seller) re: Sight Word "UNO" - Dolch PrePrimer Words
Which sight words are included with this game? Does it follow the Fountas and Pinnell sight word list? Michele
January 20, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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K. Kindergarten  (TpT Seller)
Good Morning! The sight words are mainly from the Dolch Pre-Primer and Primer lists.

Thanks!
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Buyer re: Dog Word Family Sort: Ip, In, It Families Literacy Center
Hello, my name is Silvia and I write from Spain. I love your documents and I would like to use them, but since they are in pdf I can not make modifications to adapt and translate it into Spanish. I would like to know the possibility to buy the word document in order to translate or to colaborate with you, taking your documents andgiven them back to you in Spanish.

Thanks, Silvia
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Buyer re: Tweeting Teens - Games & Activities for Teen Numbers
I cant get the pdf to print in color.
November 8, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

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Common Core Connection  (TpT Seller) re: Sight Word "UNO" - Dolch PrePrimer Words
Hi, I enjoyed your product. I was able to confidently give it a perfect rating. Thanks for sharing!

I just listed a new type of Sight Word PowerPoint for Kindergarten and First Grade. It is listed under First 50 Sight Words PowerPoint. It includes the words in isolation and within the context of sentences with picture support. I wondered if you might consider taking a look at the free 4 slide preview to see if it might be something you could use. Thanks! Anne Gardner
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Buyer re: Alphabet Literacy Centers - Set of 6 Centers
Thanks so much! Sounds awesome!
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Buyer re: Alphabet Literacy Centers - Set of 6 Centers
How do you play highlight the letter?
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K. Kindergarten  (TpT Seller)
Hi there! So sorry I did not make clear instructions. Print out the picture cards and cut them apart (1 set per student). Place cards in a bowl. Each child will need one highlighter and the alphabet page (with the circles). Students work to pull out a picture card and then highlight the corresponding letter. Please let me know if you need any more info. Hoep this helps!
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Buyer re: Word Spin Dolch Sight Word Literacy Center
Silly question maybe but what do you use for the spinners in your spin word game? Paper clip on a brad or are there spinners you can buy?
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K. Kindergarten  (TpT Seller)
Hi - Not a silly question at all! I use a large size paper clip and a pencil. I teach the students to put the pencil in the middle of the spinner with the paper clip and then spin the clip while holding the pencil. You could also use a brad. Hope this helps!
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Buyer re: Short Vowel Roll A Word Games - Bug Theme
Hi,

I just purchased your Roll a Word bundle. The capital letters will be very confusing for my kids who are working on upper and lowercase. Any chance you can change this to include lowercase letters?

Jen
May 29, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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K. Kindergarten  (TpT Seller)
Hi Jen,

That is a great point about the uppercase letters! I would be happy to change the letters and send you an updated copy. I will try to get it changed for you over the weekend. If you send me your email address, I will email it to you directly.

All the Best,
Kendra
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Buyer re: Tweeting Teens - Games & Activities for Teen Numbers
Is it permissible to display (not distribute!) your tweeting teens booklet at a math workshop, giving credit and information for purchase for you and the site? I caution teachers to beware of "cute" in internet units and focus on sound mathematics. Your booklet is a cut above, though, because the pages are clear & easy to understand, and there's an opportunity for multiple representations of each number. If you don't want your work displayed (and credited), I will certainly respect your wishes.
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K. Kindergarten  (TpT Seller)
Thank you very much for such a nice compliment! I am so glad that you have enjoys the teen number book. I would be delighted to have you display my work at your upcoming workshop! Thank you very much for asking my permission.

All the Best,
Kendra
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Connie J.
Hello :)
I love the tweeting teens - and I have a huge favor to ask (if its not too much trouble). Would you be able to make the same set in a 0-10 edition?? I teach prek and we still need to practice those numbers regularly. My email is prekteachr@yahoo.com if you have any questions.
Thanks for considering :)
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Buyer re: Poppin' Sight Words - Popcorn Themed Dolch Word Activities
Hello there!!! I was wondering if you had n "editable" version of this Popcorn Work Pack! I would love to purchase it if you did...along with many other Kindergarten teachers I work with.

Thanks!
Michelle
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Kimberly DeGal  (TpT Seller) re: Tweeting Teens - Games & Activities for Teen Numbers
Hi Kendra,
I am fairly new to Teachers Pay Teachers. I want to create items for 6th grade ELA, but can not find any attractive clip art that is age appropriate. "Cute" is okay, but it can't be too babyish. I have tried clipart.com, but it is old fashioned. Any suggestions?
Thanks, Kim
August 7, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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K. Kindergarten  (TpT Seller)
Hi Kim,

My favorite place for clipart is Scrappin Doodles www.scrappindoodles.com - they have a pretty big selection (pretty cute stuff, but its not too babyish). It ranges in price from $1 - $3 for a set of clipart, definitely one of the most reasonable clipart sites that I have come across!

Let me know if you need any more info.

Best,
Kendra
August 7, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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