A Teacher Without a Class
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This is a circle map, or sequencing activity for Laura Numerooff's book, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie. It includes a picture of a cookie and pictures of the different items the mouse wants. The student can cut the pictures out and glue them around
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Everyone loves Robert Munsch and his amazing storytelling ability. Use his book Stephanie's Ponytail and comprehension packet to understand story structure, a writer's , character traits, character feelings, and finally create a poem about the main
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This product contains a book map, vocabulary activities, and coloring and drawing activities. The story map is in the shape of a purse. The coloring activities include: designing a shirt for Mr. Slinger, drawing a mouse, and a coloring page of
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This item contains three Venn Diagrams comparing and contrasting three different versions of The Mitten. Jim Ayles, Alvin Tresselt, and Jan Brett all retold the Ukrainian Fold Tale. They are wonderfully illustrated and written! Your students will
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Robert Munsch, author of The Paper Bag Princess, tells a wonderful story of a smart princess outsmarting a powerful dragon all while wearing a paper bag. This has small group and whole group activities which include: story maps, writing prompts,
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First, I included book with concrete examples of urban, rural, and suburban communities. I wrote this to help students take an abstract concept and turn it into concrete examples. Second is a fold-able which allows the students to show what they
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This is a wonderful packet about the book If You Give a Cat a Cupcake. There are sequencing activities, story maps, cause and effect pages, and writing prompts. Everything is cupcake! Your students will love this in depth look at the book. It is
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This contains pictures and heights (in inches) of the 17 different varieties of penguins. There is also a page of clip art penguins where the students can draw their face--or you can put in a photograph, so the students can see how tall they are
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This product contains six posters, one worksheet, and one reference sheet that can either be turned into a matching game or glued into a social studies notebook. The poster are about six events leading the the American Revolution: The Stamp Act,
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This is a great group or individual activity to retell If You Give a Pig a Pancake. Included is a worksheet, so the students can recreate the circular format of the story. This is a great way to meet common core standards of RL. K.1, RL.K.2,
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This package contains a story map, two character trait maps, inference chart, writing four square, and vocabulary worksheet. Enjoy!
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This product contains 8 games and one worksheet. There are both division and multiplication games. Students will enjoy doing their math facts, learning strategy, and of course having fun! Enjoy the snakes and ladders, bump, four in a row, roll
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This is a fun game where students roll a die, then color in the shape. Students can use this at centers or just for a fun activity. A great way for students to review shapes and numbers. They will love this activity and will want to do it again
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This is full of fun math games. It included multiplication and division games. There are also two skip counting activities included. My students love these dice rolling, fun games!!! Included: 2 strategy division games 2 skip counting
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It is a cute story that helps students to understand the circular pattern of the popular book and the weather cycle itself. I hope you enjoy. It is in black and white so students can color the pages. There are also some pages that are left blank
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This is a great way for students to understand the differences between producers, consumers, and decomposers in an environmental community. Students will use this great fold-able to match the words with its definitions, and then cut out organisms
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Over in the meadow in the land of the sun, the little old turkey ate one acorn one. The poem continues through the number 5. In addition, there are many activities which build number sense for the number 5. Students draw feathers on a turkey,
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This file contains five games and one worksheet. It includes a February Bump game. This is a fast-paced game to practice multiplication facts through 6. Students love locking their facts in place, and bumping each other. There is also a catch
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This is a Turkey themed unit for the at and an word families. Included are two worksheet sorting words into the two categories. The At and An birds need to go to sleep. The students help them go to be in the trees. The At and An birds are also
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There are some wonderful worksheets and games that can be used during work stations/center time during reading rotations. Help the Ap and Am turkeys name their poults. You can also feed the turkeys ap and am acorns. There are two bump games: one
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

In fifth grade, I became a teacher. I would work with my classmates on a daily basis. Teaching has followed me throughout my life. I graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelors Degree in Humanities. The degree taught me how to think and analyze, which makes me a better teacher. I also have a deep background of art history, literature, history, and philosophy. After my graduation, I worked as an educator at the Braithwaite Fine Art Gallery at Southern Utah University. I loved going into teachers' classrooms to teach art lessons, and having the students come into the art museum. In addition, I presented at an Art Education Conference. During my tenure at the museum, one of my favorite exhibits was Andy Warhol's Endangered Species. We would talk about the colors, texture, and how Andy didn't color in the lines! It was so fun to let students see how artists think outside the box. I also taught at four colleges: Southern College, Suny Oneonta, Hartwick College, and Rockford College. I taught the Microsoft Office Suite. It was nice to give students practical tools to help with their education. I am very comfortable with technology, and can first learn how to use and then teach any program. While teaching at Rockford College, I completed my Master of Arts in Teaching. I had the rare opportunity to practice the skills I learned in my Reading Methods class with my very own first grader. I soon learned that it was better for him to use context clues, rather than phonemic clues to figure out words. It was a wonderful experience! I student taught at Ledgewood Elementary in second grade. It is by far my favorite grade! I also have volunteered in kindergarten, first, second, and third grade. I was recently a teacher's assistant in kindergarten. I love working with children on all levels (even college age ones!) I hope to have my own classroom soon!

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I love teaching with themes. I enjoy bringing Social Studies and Science into reading. I think it is important to make learning skills in a fun way!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

In fifth grade, I became a teacher. I would work with my classmates on a daily basis. Teaching has followed me throughout my life. I graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelors Degree in Humanities. The degree taught me how to think and analyze, which makes me a better teacher. I also have a deep background of art history, literature, history, and philosophy. After my graduation, I worked as an educator at the Braithwaite Fine Art Gallery at Southern Utah University. I loved going into teachers' classrooms to teach art lessons, and having the students come into the art museum. In addition, I presented at an Art Education Conference. During my tenure at the museum, one of my favorite exhibits was Andy Warhol's Endangered Species. We would talk about the colors, texture, and how Andy didn't color in the lines! It was so fun to let students see how artists think outside the box. I also taught at four colleges: Southern College, Suny Oneonta, Hartwick College, and Rockford College. I taught the Microsoft Office Suite. It was nice to give students practical tools to help with their education. I am very comfortable with technology, and can first learn how to use and then teach any program. While teaching at Rockford College, I completed my Master of Arts in Teaching. I had the rare opportunity to practice the skills I learned in my Reading Methods class with my very own first grader. I soon learned that it was better for him to use context clues, rather than phonemic clues to figure out words. It was a wonderful experience! I student taught at Ledgewood Elementary in second grade. It is by far my favorite grade! I also have volunteered in kindergarten, first, second, and third grade. I was recently a teacher's assistant in kindergarten. I love working with children on all levels (even college age ones!) I hope to have my own classroom soon!

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