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# Katie Mackenzie

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United States - Tennessee - Chattanooga
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Everything included to make an easy to read text features anchor chart. I have included two separate headings that include the words nonfiction or informational. In my classroom I use this chart as I introduce text features. I introduce one a day.
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Students create pictures using pattern blocks and then tally and graph the shapes in their picture.
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Students will assemble this cute turkey craft and write the things they are thankful for on the feathers.
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Students can create pictures using pattern blocks. They will write how many of each shape was used in their picture.Students can trace the shapes with a pencil or laminate the cards and students can use them in a station with a dry erase marker. I
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Have students sort the picture cards by roots,leaves, stems, flowers, and seeds. Then have them decide which ones grow above ground and below ground. The worksheet included is for students to sort real food by the part of the plant. Then students
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Knowing combinations of 10 is a crucial math skill to be able to add with fluency.This song engages students and helps them remember those combinations. I have included to versions of the song, and what you will need to make an anchor chart of this
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Bring your life cycle unit to life! Students can write facts or the life cycle process of a bee life cycle .Turn their writing into a 3- dimensional honeycomb to display their work!
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Players will take turns flipping over a cards and counting the value represented with tens and ones. Cover the number that represents the amount on the card using counters. The player with the most counters on the board at the end of the game wins.
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Students can sort picture into the category of goods or services. This can be used whole group and as a station.
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All of the TN state standards for literacy are organized on 4 pages for convenience and easy reference. This is such a time saver for me! No more scrolling through pages and pages on the state website to find the standards.
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After learning about the life cycle of birds students use real photographs to order the stages of a bird's life cycle. Students use transitional words in their writing to describe the process. Just cut the pages apart and have students order them.
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These coupons are a great free incentive used to reward students whho display good behavior. There are 3 pages of coupons that students love and you don't have to spend a penny!
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Students will illustrate antonyms on their ant. Included are ants with antonyms provided and a blank template.
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This easy to make door is perfect for the end of the school year or the start of the year. Here's what's included: editable popsicles to add student names, printable popsicle sticks, words, " anything is popsicle with this cool bunch." This was
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Students will display the life cycle of a butterfly on a leaf template. Print on colored paper or let students color their leaves. You can use macaroni noodles to depict the life cycle, or students can draw their own pictures.
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Included are number puzzles for numbers 10-19. This puzzle helps students build number sense and understanding of teen numbers being composed of ten and some ones. Print on cardstock and laminate for durability.Cut apart on the black lines.
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Printable Valentines for your love bugs! I have included two options. Option number 1:Cut out the oval and fill the bag with your favorite gummy worms like the picture. Option number 2: Place gummy worms in front of the valentine card. I suggest
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Students become detectives as they use the clues/details in the mystery bag to determine the main idea of the themed cards. Included in the download: -6 themed card sets -6 recording sheets -6 bag labels -How to use this activity directions
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While reading the book The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle students write the digital time to match the story. They can then draw the hands on the analog clock to match and illustrate a picture to match. I have students read their books to a partner
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After reading Spookley the Square Pumpkin students will use a cereal box to make their own square pumpkin! Included are pages that fit a standard cereal box. Students will describe Spookley, write the problem and solution and illustrate the setting
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Primary grades are my passion! I have taught pre-K,1st and 2nd.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love to make learning enaging,fun, hands-on, and creative. I like using movement, music,games, and integrating art to engage students.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the year nominee, A+ teacher award, Math Lab teacher for K-2 ,Leveled Book Room Cordinator,Trained with Jan Richardson for 3 years,Grade Level Chair

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Tennessee Technological University K-6-highly qualified TN Core Trained

I became a teacher to make a differnce in the lives of children and their future. My goal is to help them see their talents and potential within themselves.