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(Grades K-6) Are you an elementary school teacher or counselor who's been searching for time-saving ways to promote Red Ribbon Week? Want all your ideas and activities in one place? If so, look no further, this resource delivers! Celebrating Red
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This digital story will help you introduce your role as school counselor to the students in your school. Share this story, along with the activities the weeks after school begins to help children understand what you can do to help them throughout
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Looking for a read aloud to share with your students for Red Ribbon Week? This professionally illustrated story opens up dialogue with children about the dangers of mistaking medicine for candy. (Grades preK-2) Full video with professional read
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Looking for a read aloud to share with your students for Red Ribbon Week? This professionally illustrated story opens up dialogue with children about the dangers of alcohol and drugs AND how to handle peer pressure when encouraged to try illegal
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*Note: This is one of 12 therapeutic activity sets in my Helping Kids Heal Series. (Grades 2-12) As educators we have all experienced the effects of an angry student on the learning environment. Some students are simply better equipped to handle
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(Grades PK-2) Looking for a Red Ribbon Week story to open discussion with your students about how medication can be unsafe if they decide to take it instead of letting their parent or another trustworthy adult give it to them? This professionally
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*Note: This is one of 12 therapeutic activity sets in my Helping Kids Heal Series. (Grades 2-12) Divorce is a fact of life for many children today. It is nearly impossible for students to forget the stress of divorce when they walk through the
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*Note: This is one of 12 therapeutic activity sets in my Helping Kids Heal Series. (Grades 2-12) How many times have you worked with a student and thought, "If I could only boost their self-confidence...?" Very often this is the missing link when
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As an educator I needed a way for my students to see KINDNESS and COMPASSION in action. So, I wrote this story and had it professionally illustrated by a delightfully talented children's book illustrator. With this download, you'll get a digital
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(Grades preK-4) Are you an elementary teacher who’s been searching for time-saving ways to infuse parent/child relationship building into your jam-packed schedule? If so, look no further—this resource delivers! Whether it’s boosting the self-esteem
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*Note: This is one of 12 therapeutic activity sets in my Helping Kids Heal Series. (Grades 2-12) Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book that helps children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one
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This digital story will help you guide your students as they struggle with test anxiety. Share this story, along with the activities the weeks prior to state testing and see your students' relax knowing they aren't alone when it comes to test
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The infamous friendship triangle is a dilemma most young girls will encounter in upper elementary and intermediate school. This professionally illustrated digital story helps girls know what to do when faced with having to choose between two
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*Note: This is one of 12 therapeutic activity sets in my Helping Kids Heal Series. (Grades 2-12) Broken Promises: When Parents Don’t Keep Their Promises is a workbook to help kids cope with a parent who isn’t always there for them (i.e. divorce,
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*Note: This is one of 12 therapeutic activity sets in my Helping Kids Heal Series. (Grades 3-12) I created this interactive response journal using both therapeutic art and writing activities to help students process their feelings about taking
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(Grades 3-6) Word of the Week: 36 Weeks of Focused Character Building provides educators with an easy way to integrate character building into their weekly lesson planning. It features thirty-six different character traits. Word of the Week is a
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Using the power of bystanders this professionally illustrated digital story helps children see that standing together can defeat a bully. *The illustrator creates characters that transform into superheroes each time they stand up to Kyle, the class
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Relational Aggression is something our young girls must face on a daily basis. This professionally illustrated story helps you help your students overcome social bullying by explaining what relational aggression is in a fun-loving way. (Grades 3-6)
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Most of us will get a new student throughout the school year. Oftentimes these students have a difficult time making new friends. This professionally illustrated digital story tells the tale of two little girls and how they become quick friends by
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This professionally illustrated digital story helps a little girl see all the great things about herself. Share this story with your students as they relate to Brittany in this realistic fiction story of self-confidence and friendship. (Grades 3-6)
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been in education for the past twenty years. - Thirteen years as a classroom teacher in grades three-eight - Three years as an ESL teacher/coordinator - Five years as an elementary school counselor

MY TEACHING STYLE

In order to better understand teaching as a profession, I believe people need to look deep within a classroom, from the inside out. Being a 'good teacher' begins with knowing students' needs and understanding the best way to address those needs. Intentional, Engaging, and Interactive are the three foundational terms used in my classroom. Utilizing these three styles of teaching allows me to reach each student exactly where they are at academically and then help to propel them forward. My goal is to help each child reach their maximum educational potential.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year 2011-2012

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Education, 1995, Northwestern State University Masters of Education, 2000, Mercer University Educational Specialist, 2010, Brenau University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I was born and raised in central Louisiana. The oldest of five children I always yearned to be a teacher and forced my siblings to play school year round. After fifteen years in the classroom, I've moved to the role of school counselor and I've never been happier. While serving as school counselor at an elementary school in northeast Texas, I frequently use children’s books as therapy to help my students heal, learn and grow. I took that passion for bibliotherapy and began writing children's book. The ideas for my books come from the students I work with on a daily basis. My goal, as an author, is to touch the hearts of children, one story at a time. I live on a 300 acre cattle ranch near the Red River with my husband, two daughters, three dogs, two horses, and one ill-tempered cat.