4 Little Baers

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4 Little Baers
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I love teaching 2nd graders! My teaching goal is to keep the kids engaged and challenged and make learning fun!
 
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I created this activity for my students to use in the Fall / Beginning of the Year to use in teaching the Social Studies Citizenship unit. The students will read each sentence and decide if the scenario shows an example of being a good citizen or
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I created this worksheet to follow-up my introductory mini-lesson on plural nouns vs. possessive nouns. Students color the plural nouns one color and the possessive nouns another color. I thought this was an easy and good way to start the
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I created this activity for my students to practice sorting their plural endings under the category of add s, add es or change y to i and add es. Students read the base word, determine which ending it would have, then cut, sort and glue the words
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I made this activity for my students to practice reading words (1 and 2 syllable) and identifying if it contains an ER, IR and UR r-controlled syllable. This worksheet can be used for practice, an assessment tool, homework, or a center. The
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A great way for students to practice identifying resources as human, natural or capital. They have to read the words and sort them accordingly. Resources can be a tricky concept for economics, so use this tool to help the kids understand the
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l created this sorting activity for my students to practice reading words with Y used as a vowel, such as the Y in CRY or the Y in BABY. Students read, cut, sort and glue the word into the correct category. Also check out all of my other vowel
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This is a great sorting activity for students to practice reading examples of energy and deciding if it is an example of Potential or Kinetic Energy. Students cut, sort and glue the examples of energy into the correct category. This can be used for
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i created this "mega" sort as a way for my students to practice all of the long u vowel teams . I have other sorts for sale in my store that focus on 2 at a time, but this one contains all 4 at once. This can be used as an assessment, seatwork
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A wonderful follow-up to my resources sorting center. After the kiddos sort the picture-word cards into human, natural and capital resources, they color code the activity sheet (words only) to apply what they just practiced. A fun, engaging way to
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I created this sort for my students to practice sorting OLD, OLT, OST, IND and ILD words. Students circle the glued sound in each word, and cut/sort/glue it into the correct category. Great spelling practice for seatwork during literacy centers!
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I made these activities for my students to practice decoding and reading words (1 and 2 syllable) and identifying if it contains an AR, OR, ER, IR or UR r-controlled syllable. The first sheet is all 1-syllable words, and the 2nd is 2-syllable words.
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I created this worksheet for my students to have one more practice with understanding producers and consumers. They read the 12 situations and determine if it is an example of someone being a producer (making lemonade to sell) or a consumer (eating
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I created this sort for my students to practice reading words and recognizing the -LE syllable. There are 2 pages of -LE syllables: -gle, -kle, -ble, -dle and -tle, -zle, -fle, -ple. The students are to read the word, circle the consonant + le in
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A great follow-up to my Irregular Plural Nouns sorting center and recording sheet, this worksheet lets the students apply what they practiced by color coding the singular and plural nouns. The plural nouns are a mixture of irregular plural nouns
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I created this activity for my students to practice sorting long E words that contain either an EE, EA or EY vowel team. Students circle the vowel team in each word, then cut, sort and glue the words into the correct category. This is great
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This is a great practice activity for sorting the EE and EA sounds in words. Students read, circle the EE or EA in each word, cut and sort/glue the words in the appropriate category. A good idea for a literacy center. This activity can be used to
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I created this worksheet to use with my students to practice using the part-part-whole model to tackle math addition and subtraction word problems during our 2-3-digit addition and subtraction unit. They were familiar with part-part-whole from our
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I created this sorting activity as a follow-up to our discussion on school and class rules as well as respect. For this activity, students read each scenario and decide if it is an example of being RESPECTFUL or DISRESPECTFUL. Great independent
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I created this sort to have the students practice identifying the suffixes -er and -est in words. The students' directions are to underline the base word and circle the -er or -est, then cut and sort the words into the correct category. I thought
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I combined all of my best-selling R-Controlled Vowel Sorting activity worksheets into one pack of 3 at a discounted price. One sort is for AR, OR, ER; another is for ER, IR, UR; and the final sort involves all 5 R-Controlled Vowels--AR, ER, IR, OR
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for 16 years! I taught 5th grade for 5 years, 3rd grade for 1 year, and spent my reamaining 10 years in 2nd grade. I have taught special education gifted education, reading support, general education.....all kinds of learners!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to keep kids engaged, busy, challenged or remediated as necessary. I believe in lots of guided practice to model and teach new topics and skills, as well as time for independent practice to learn by doing. It is also important to me for the kids to learn by having fun and participating in meaningful games and centers.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was the Mechancsville Elementary Teacher of the Year for the 2013-2014 school year.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended Varina High School and Longwood University (Class of 2000).

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a teacher, wife and mom of 2!

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