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Want a fun way for your students to learn how to knock out numbers and begin subtracting fluently. This bowling center or small group activity is a great way to work on subtracting fluently. PLUS, they will enjoy a movement/learning activity.
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Have you ever wanted to label your non-writers' notebooks with the prompt, so you can easily recall what you were working on? Look no further! I have 105 math journal prompts to easily assist in labeling student notebook pages. There are 71 pages,
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This is a large set that covers the following Kindergarten mathematics areas: ALL Kindergarten standards in these categories... * COUNTING AND CARDINALITY * OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKING * NUMBERS AND OPERATIONS IN BASE TEN The theme is a
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An "Egg"cellent Smartboard Interactive Center Activity using Ten Frames. Students can interact with eggs in order to visualize or count the amount needed in order to make ten. Students can use the infinite egg to make ten and write the number that
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This Spring/Easter Math and Literacy set is a creative way to get students up and moving, while learning the basics. These activities can be introduced and used during whole group or small group instruction. They can later be used as reinforcement
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This is a simple addition set that you can use during center time to reinforce basic addition facts and decomposing numbers 10-20.
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This is a simple subtracting set that you can use during center time to reinforce basic subtraction facts. Use the fly cards and a real fly flap to use a little action with subtraction!! Hope you enjoy!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My Teaching Experience I am in my 12th year of teaching! Lavonia Elementary -- 2013 - present; 5th Grade Teacher Reading/ELA Lavonia Elementary -- 2010 - 2013; Kindergarten Teacher Lavonia Elementary -- 2008 - 2010; Special Education Teacher Eastanollee Elementary -- 2004 -2008; Pre-Kindergarten Teacher Lavonia Elementary School -- 2004; After School Teacher - Kindergarten Bright Promises Children Center -- summer 2003; Summer Lead Teacher Franklin County High School -- 2000; Special Education Paraprofessional

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am very passionate about teaching, so you will see me get a little animated when I teach, moving about the room, encouraging students, being very explicit, modeling, modeling, modeling and providing samples to help students be successful!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Outstanding Senior Award in College

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

My Education Graduated 1998: Crescent High School, Iva, SC Clemson University: Attended 1998-1999 (transfered) Emmanuel College: 2004, BSEd, Early Childhood Education Walden University: 2007, MEd, Early Childhood Education, Reading & Literacy Special Education General Curriculum (p-12) added 2008 Nova Southeastern University: 2011, EdS, Curriculum & Teaching

Training Teach Like a Rockstar (2012) Solution Tree: Professional Learning Communities (2011) Georgia Early Literacy Training (2011) Assistive Technology (ATSTAR) Trained (2009) Training in Autism (2009) Co-Teaching Training (2009) Training in Behavior Management (2008) INTECH Certified (2004) Web Site Awards (previous teacher site 2003-2008) Work Sampling System Assessment Training - Spring (2007) High Scope Training - Fall (2004) Presenter - RESA PIONEER Georgia Academic Service Learning Colloquium, Habersham High School, (2003) Committees Served Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) Committee (2013-present) Lead Kindergarten Teacher (2012) Model Classroom Common Core/AFL (2011-2012) Pyramid of Intervention Committee (2011-12) Professional Learning Committee (2011) Teacher Advisory Counsel (2009-present) Reading Vertical Team (2008-2011) LES Website Maintenance (2008-present) My Teaching Philosophy I love to teach because each of my students are special and unique in their own way. It is important to me that each child has the opportunity to learn in a safe, nurturing environment and also learn to their fullest potential. Making learning enjoyable and meaningful is a top priority of mine, as well as, to ensure that each child continues their lifelong learning journey with a positive attitude!