Patricia Kienzle
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United States - Arkansas - Fayetteville
Patricia Kienzle
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"called Pickle Lady by students and parents".
 
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Friendship First Aid Kit covers 17 relationship problems that occur in elementary and middle school:tattling, anger, complaining, bossiness, putt...
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Adaptability, compassion, contemplation and perseverance are character traits found in this original story by Pat Kienzle. Discussion questions ...
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With elementary children moving around the school for specialized classes, getting to a door can sometimes be disruptive. This short lesson by P...
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This classroom management activity helps students relax. The poem "Come Ride My Carousel" is used to teach stress management with the slow breat...
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Too Much Tattling,a very requested lesson,uses a traffic light to help students decide what needs to be told to the teacher. Contents of this se...
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This story and activity on test-taking skills gets high attention from students. During the story mini cars are moved to locations mentioned. St...
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Trying to decide if a student's behavior is bullying or just annoying is not simple. This activity by Patricia Kienzle gives students some types...
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Add variety to you school with one of these three birthday songs by Patricia Taylor Kienzle. One is designed just for an adult to sing ...
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Review character education words, manners, drug education,and even math, spelling or other basic skills with this attention-getting fun activity....
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Students often do not know how to relate to people with disabilites. Our schools have become diverse in may ways, including lots of types of phy...
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This activity, poem by Pat Kienzle, and discussion possibilities may be used with a unit on bubbles or alone as a means to lead to a discussion o...
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Ever have trouble teaching your students to respect the environment in the restroom? Preschool and elementary students love this song. The word...
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This sensory rich lesson will reach students with various learning styles. Originally, it was used for a listening lesson, but has been expanded...
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Three separate activities include songs sung to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot." Students enjoy the actions provided for each song. These mak...
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With tongue twisters and silly rhymes, this book is great to use with individuals, small groups, classes and even parents. I have discovered that...
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This 44 page, 8 1/2 X 11 book is ready to copy. The lessons begin with a story and a song. Students have fun with the song to the tune of B-I-N...
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NOT Alike Twins, by Patricia Taylor Kienzle (Pickle Lady,) is a tactile, visual, auditory character education lesson on kindness. This is a com...
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Common core demands integration of subjects. The Handy Factory has been used by Patricia Kienzle, "Pickle Lady," for about 15 years. While t...
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Most children (and adults) sometimes have bad dreams. Adults should always be willing to listen to children tell their dreams, but sometimes chi...
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This free item has been helpful to many students in discussing types of problems and rising above their problems. The jar with a jack and a vari...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

13 years as classroom teacher in 1st through 4th grade classes 18 years as counselor K-6th grade classes

MY TEACHING STYLE

Integration of toys and music into lessons Integration of math into lessons of all subjects Repetition of activities as jumping off point for current lesson Use of my own mistakes during a lesson as part of the lesson

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Arkansas Christa McAuliffe Fellowship, 1997-98 Arkansas Christa McAuliffe Fellowship, 2001-2002 Arkansas School Counselor Writer of the Year, 1998 2000 Profile in Excellence from Oklahoma Baptist University Honorary Lifetime Membership in Arkansas PTA, 2004

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduation from Southeast High School in Oklahoma City, 1968 Graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Oklahoma Baptist University in 1972 Graduated with a Master's degree in 1986 from the University of Arkansas

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

After graduation from college in 1972, I married my husband, David, and began my first teaching position in Laredo, Texas. David's transfer in the Air Force to Enid, Oklahoma led to two and a half years of teaching in the elementary school there. In 1976, we moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas. In August of that year we bought the home we still live in. I began teaching at Farmington Elementary where I retired from after 28 years. I found the church where I still participate in children's and mission activities. In 1986, I became the first elementary counselor in Farmington and remained in that position until I retired. While teaching first grade, I had two September children (well planned as you can see!!) Bob was born in September of 1979. He has finished his Master's degree and is leaving to teach English in South Korea. Michael was born in September of 1982. Gratefully, he is staying here and is a great support (especially anything with the computer.) In 1986, I wrote a lesson to introduce the counselor's role to the children. It was a big hit and has been used all over the country. Life is like a pickle. Sometimes it's sweet. Sometimes it's sour. That led to a published book and others followed. I have had the blessing of presenting workshops in Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, Colorado, Missouri, and California. The presentation at the North Central Accreditation Association meeting in Chicago made for a great trip with my principal, superintendent and a co-worker who happened to be a close friend and neighbor. The most significant person I met in my travels was Grace Corrigan, Christa McAuliffe's mother. I visited with her at both the Christa McAuliffe Fellowship meetings we had in Washington, D.C. As part of P-I-C-K-L-E-S for Parents, a Christa Mc Auliffe Fellowship project, I visited some of the small schools in Arkansas. One of those is located in an area that once prospered with work for the cotton industy, but has little to offer residents now. After doing school projects there, the town has now become the focal point of my church projects. I still go teach lessons in the school when I can get there. Now I can also go in the summer with activities and supplies. After retiring, I opened Ladybug Hug Flowers and Gifts, named after one of my children's stories, Ladybug Hug. I learned quickly that I am not a business person. Now I am looking for opportunities to use my educational materials with children and adults.