GrassroofsTeaching

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In my travels across the interwebs, I have found serval worksheets that ask students to refer back to the text. They always come with texts at the top, but I often find that they are too hard or too easy for my kiddos, so I designed this one.
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Use this interactive sort to help your Common Core Kiddos understand what is a key idea and what is a supporting detail. The scaffold of having the statements already provided is a nice pre-cursor to letting them do it on their own. They'll
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Does your school use PBIS? This reflection form is perfect for making sure that kiddos know what they were doing and what they should have been doing. The top half is intended for primary students, and the bottom meant for upper grades- but they
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Skip counting or "counting by" is a vital skill in second grade. Students ultimately need it for multiplication. But too often, kids can only count from nice round numbers like 5, 10, or 15. This sheet gives them practice at counting by tens (and
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Use this bundle of graphic organizers for three different fiction stories to help your Common Core Kiddos determine which elements of a book are key ideas and which are supporting details. They'll really enjoy the kinesthetic, cut and paste element
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Keeping a portfolio is a great way to track your awesome-ness as a teacher. Sometimes, when we are put on the spot to describe everything we've done in a year, we choke or forget something. Keeping a portfolio that grows as the year progresses
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Use this spinner to help yours kiddos learn the different elements of a story- setting, characters, plot, problem, and solution. Younger students may need help punching the holes in the center, but that is god fine motor practice. Each day for 5
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This quick formative assessment will help determine how well your kiddos can use place value properties to add 10 or 100 to a number. Both are critical skills for multiplication, division, work with decimals, etc. COPYRIGHT: I used fonts- You all
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Let your Common Core Kiddos explore the key ideas and details from using this graphic organizer. They will love the kinesthetic element of having to cut and paste; and you'll love the scaffold for them of having the statements already constructed.
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Use this interactive anchor chart with your kiddos. Allow them to fill in the houses with even and odd numbers or add notes that you see fit. You can make the full sized anchor chart, while they keep this one in their notebooks for extra
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Grassroofs Teaching saw so much success in the classroom using this interactive sort. The students were benefited by having the statements preprinted because they were new to the idea of determining key ideas. They loved the kinesthetic element!
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Use this Interactive Anchor Chart to help your students understand some common formats for literature. Sequential narrative is the most common. Epistolary, stories told through documents like letters or diary entries, are pretty common too.
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Jamie O'Rourke is a fun Irish folk character. This story is retold by Tomie DePaola. Jamie is the laziest man in all of Ireland, so what is he to do when his wife is confined to bed and they need food? Read to find out! This activity would be
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Day Books are a terrific organizational tool for your classroom. Slide these dividers into clear plastic sheets so that your kiddos can keep copies of anchor charts and personal goal sheets with them. The rubrics are a great way to help students
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This contact log comes with a binder cover and a master page that you could copy for each student. Enjoy this fun layout for a very important piece of record keeping!
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Get kids to see math in the world around them. Use this graphic organizer to help! Show them a picture from the community, and find parallel lines, groups of tens, trapezoids. You can even have them write their own story problems derived from the
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This project is great for around St. Patrick's Day! This project runs two ideas side by side. The first part of the project asks students to describe their favorite book character and create a representation on a potato. This is a hugely fun art
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This a guided notes sheet that will help your students see how knowing their basic facts can help them with addition and subtraction of larger numbers. Understanding concepts of a base ten is one of the most important skills in second grade. I
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Are you trying to get kids to find facts in their texts? Well, this simple sheet makes it easy for kiddos to do just that. The boxes came graciously from Ink n Little Things, who designed
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Second grade teacher, technology specialist, reading specialist, conference presenter

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Montessori inspired, conference driven, workshop model, student driven, differentiated

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NC Teaching Fellow

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Attended public elementary and middle school in Colorado Springs, CO. Attended public high school in Winston-Salem, NC. Attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education

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