Curb's Kinder Corner

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Curb's Kinder Corner
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This is an enrichment or intervention activity. Two students take turns rolling a di and choosing a box from that column to say, be it a number, word, letter, or shape. You need a di, and 2 colored counters. The first person to get 4 squares in a
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A game where students take turns rolling a di, choose a square to read the number, and put a counter on top of that square. Objective is to be the first person to get four in a row. This is a great intervention or enrichment game. Also, includes the
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This is a game for 2 players to practice recognizing uppercase letters. Students take turns rolling a di, choose a square from the column they rolled, read the letter, then place a colored counter on that spot. Objective is to get 4 in a row first,
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This is a game for 2 players to practice recognizing uppercase letters. Students take turns rolling a di, choose a square from the column they rolled, read the letter, then place a colored counter on that spot. Objective is to get 4 in a row first,
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This is a game for 2 players to practice recognizing uppercase letters. Students take turns rolling a di, choose a square from the column they rolled, read the letter, then place a colored counter on that spot. Objective is to get 4 in a row first,
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This is a game for 2 players to practice recognizing uppercase letters. Students take turns rolling a di, choose a square from the column they rolled, read the letter, then place a colored counter on that spot. Objective is to get 4 in a row first,
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This is a game for 2 players to practice recognizing uppercase letters. Students take turns rolling a di, choose a square from the column they rolled, read the letter, then place a colored counter on that spot. Objective is to get 4 in a row first,
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This is a file containing all gameboards for 4 In a Row, recognizing all uppercase letters. Players take turns rolling a dice, choose a square from the column they rolled to read. If correct, student will place a colored counter in that space.
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These are images you can print on cards to discuss being a good listener. Give the students a card and say: This is the part of your body that is open and on the speaker (eyes) This is the part of the body that is in your lap (hands) This is the
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An alphabet set for students to match uppercase to lowercase. Could be printed on red, pink, purple, or other festive color. You could even cut two slits so they could slide the arrow through the heart for extra fun!
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A graphic organizer for students to draw 2 objects from the teachers purse and make an inference about them.
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A game to practice counting, number identification, addition, and subtraction. Easy to play and adaptable for many ages.
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Players take turns placing pompoms on 1 or 2 numbers. The player who gets to say 20 wins!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Over the years, I have taught 4th, 1st, and found my home in Kindergarten. I have been teaching since February 2012. I have served as a grade level leader and a Kindergarten teacher leader for my district.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I set up an environment where exploration and choice are encouraged. I don't use a behavior chart. My student's have nametags and choose which center they would like to go to and they decide how long they stay there.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Served as a Teacher Leader for my district and presented at CAMT, the state's math conference in Texas.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

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ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have 2 children. I LOVE books and reading. CrossFit is my stress reliever.

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