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# Crazy 4 Paisley

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You are getting five learning stations that align with "The Mitten" by Jan Brett. These activities can be completed through whole group lessons or in learning stations. They provide opportunities for your students to practice ELA and Math CCSS
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Here is an activity pack for grades K-2 classes that uses the theme of CHICKA CHICKA BOOM BOOM. After reading the book to your class help them create a class book that features each child. They can illustrate one of their pages or you can add a
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Here is a collection of several different activities to do with your class when you read "The Little Red Hen". Included are seven tasks that will have children using CCSS standards for Reading Literature, Foundational Skills, Writing and Language
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Problem Solving, using the CCSS Mathematical Practices, is an essential skill for all students to have. These 8 seasonal activities offer students an opportunity to develop their problem solving skills while having to determine the important
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This is a recording sheet for building numbers on the Rekenrek or Number Rack. You write the number you want your students to build and they find as many ways as they can to decompose that number. Have your students build the number on a classroom
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Every child loves the story of The Gingerbread Boy. Included are two gingerbread boy activities. One is a graphing activity. Your students eat a gingerbread boy cookie and graph the part he/she ate first and create a whole class graph. Students
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Glyphs are a powerful way to teach students to display, analyze and interpret data. Making glyphs requires the use of classification and sorting. Your students will make decisions about their winter interests, like and dislikes to determine how to
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Counting up from a given number is an essential skill for primary students to achieve. Students must be able to count forward from a given number within the known sequence. Children who understand and extend the counting sequence when counting by
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This is a fluency game for students in grades 3, 4 and 5. It provides the opportunity for students to make decisions about how to multiply given numbers while staying within specific number ranges. This activity is great for independent practice or
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Step by step math is a measurement activity that has your students measure the distance from their seat or desk to other locations in the classroom. Students record and compare the number of steps they take in two different ways, toe to heel
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Here is a CCSS math story problem checklist with a problem solving activity attached. It provides a structure for your students to solve story problems that can be applied to all grade levels. Your students will be able to read a problem and
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Young children must develop a strong number sense as a foundation for higher level math These practice sheets will help your students understand the concepts of more/less and cardinality. Use with Pre-K, K and 1st grade students.
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Children love learning about outer space. Here is a zip file chock full of ELA, Math and Science activities to support your space studies. There are over 20 pages of lessons that can be used as independent projects or in cooperative learning
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Three St. Patrick's Day learning centers for primary grade students. Included is an "I'm Wild About Green" survey for your students to do with their friends. Also included is a "Pots of Gold" graphing activity with questions designed for your
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Here is a story problem activity and checklist that will successfully guide your students through the process of solving story problems. Included is a robust story problem with several components including multiple ways for your students to model
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All young children love the number 100. Here are a few activities to share with your class when you celebrate the 100th day of school. I hope you and your students enjoy them.
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Here is a collection of syllable activities for beginning readers. Students will clap sounds, count sounds, sort pictures and words, make words from syllables and write words by number of syllables. This is a hands on activity that can be used over
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This is a making words activity for fall that is great for 1st graders. Students cut the letters up and move them around to make as many words as they can with the letters. To help spellers be sure a vowel is in every word, the letters are color
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Have your students count out 100 pieces for a trail mix snack. Students count out 10 of ten different foods to create their trail mix. Then they can complete the 100th day activities while they eat their snack.
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Two primary vocabulary literacy centers are included in this packet. These worksheets provide your students with opportunities to develop their literacy skills using real-world winter word vocabulary. Ordering words in ABC order has word cards
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I began my career as a special educator. When my youngest child started Kindergarten, so did I. I taught K or 1 for over 20 years. Now I am a K-5 Math Implementation Coach.

MY TEACHING STYLE

"Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them become what they are capable of becoming." -- Goethe

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2005-2006 Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned a BA in Special Education with dual certification as an Elementary Teacher. I have an MS in Special Education and a 6th Year Certificate in Educational Foundations...went on to complete course work to earn an administrative certification.

I was born to teach, love my family and dogs and I am an amateur trivia geek.