Dizzy for Kindergarten
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Students LOVE reading and singing songs that include their names! This packet contains activities that not only highlight your student's names, but also work on name recognition and spelling, and beginning phoneme sound substitution. Your class
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August and September 2016 Calendar Math for Promethean Board. Contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs and math skills are added as it builds as the year goes on.
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Self Portraits are a great way to see student growth! This packet contains a self portrait sheet, complete with a writing frame at the bottom, for each month of school. As the school year goes on, the writing portion becomes longer and the
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Track the growth and development of your classroom caterpillars from day 1 until release day! Includes: -a space for illustration and journaling for each day -a graph to fill in for each day the caterpillar was in a different stage of it's
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The January 2017 Calendar Math for Promethean Board contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs are added to each "standard" page, in addition to new monthly themed song
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October 2016 Calendar Math for Promethean Board. Contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs and math skills are added as it builds as the year goes on. The preview
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November 2016 Calendar Math for Promethean Board. Contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs are added to each "standard" page, in addition to new monthly themed song
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The February 2017 Calendar Math for Promethean Board contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs are added to each "standard" page, in addition to new monthly themed song
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The March 2017 Calendar Math for Promethean Board contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs are added to each "standard" page, in addition to new monthly themed song
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The April 2016 Calendar Math for Promethean Board contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs are added to each "standard" page, in addition to new monthly themed song
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This file contains a poster for each of the 6+1 traits of writing, along with cards that can be placed under each trait to help student's remember it's components. Each poster is a song with corresponding graphics to make remembering the traits
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The December 2016 Calendar Math for Promethean Board contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs are added to each "standard" page, in addition to new monthly themed song
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Instead of using a "tag" system to monitor and track student behavior, this uses frogs! Students can see the results of their actions as their frog fall off the desired lily pad onto a log, water, and eventually gets swallowed by a fish (not
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Students take turns bringing home the estimation jar, fill it, complete the corresponding page in the estimation book, and return it to school for the class to estimate how many items are inside. Work on concepts such as greater/less than, number
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The May/June 2016 Calendar Math for Promethean Board contains several interactive math activities and skills, as well as monthly songs and nursery rhymes. Each month new songs are added to each "standard" page, in addition to new monthly themed song
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This packet contains the "recipe" you need to create 25 no-bake "special snacks" in your classroom! You will find: -directions for teachers -25 different no-bake recipes that you can make in your class covering most holidays and themes throughout
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Student LOVE the simple story! I'm you may remember it as well! "In a dark, dark, woods, there was a dark, dark, road. And up that dark, dark, road, there was a dark, dark,..." Of course, everyone's favorite part is the ending! :) A ghost! I
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This flip-chart contains 20 Winter themed number story/word problems focusing on beginning addition, subtraction, mutiplication and division, as well as 5 ordinal number/logic problems. (all with digital manipulatives!) Enough for each day of
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Students use the braille alphabet as a "code" to decipher sight words. By using dried split peas as the braille bumps, students also get a tactile experience. Packet contains: -braille alphabet "code" sheet (showing what the braille version of
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This flip-chart contains almost 20 marchthemed number story/word problems focusing on beginning addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, as well as 5 ordinal number/logic problems. (all with digital manipulatives!) Enough for each day of
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MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that children learn best by doing and interacting not only with each other, but through a variety of hands on learning experiences. Students are expected to follow the rules and routines, and are taught how to help and guide one another, not "tell" others the answers or what to do. Respect and acceptance are key. We spend a large portion of our day working in hands on differentiated centers/stations. Almost all large group activities take place together on the carpet, further building a sense of community and acceptance. I enjoy making learning fun, giving students choices and involving them in as many ways as possible! You will not find me in the front of the room, teaching to "the tables". In fact, when other staff members come in the room they can't find me as I am sitting on the floor or a table with a student while the rest of the class carries on!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Once you get past college, it's harder to earn honors and awards! I was extremely honored to be nominated for (and won!) the Herb Kohl Award, which recognizes the top 100 teachers in the state of Wisconsin- 25 in elementary, 25 in middle school, 25 in high school, and 25 in "special" areas. When the local paper came to observe my classroom, and interview both myself and some of my kindergarten students, one of the questions they asked my class was if they liked reading or math better. My students responded that we didn't do math (apparently it never clicked that MATH stations was doing math...) and we just play all sorts of games! Well, at least I succeeded in making learning fun! (and no, the paper didn't print that quote and I am still employed!)

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