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Skeleton Cheetos bones sorting and graphing page, Candy Corn, Pumpkin, Ghost Marshmallow sorting and graphing.
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This is a worksheet to go along with Kindergarten Everyday Math Lesson 1.13. This lesson ties in with the activity where students find things in the room that are taller than they are, shorter than they are and the same height as they are. This
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How students get home the first few days of school is often different than how they will get home the rest of the year. On meet the teacher night I pass this out to make sure I know how all of my new little ones will be getting home.
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Worksheet to go along with Kindergarten Everyday Math Lesson 1.6. Sort buttons with your class several different ways then with this paper sort by the number of holes each button has. 1 hole (on the back), 2 holes & 4 holes. After the buttons
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Worksheet to go along with Kindergarten Everyday Math Lesson 1.8. This lesson represents one of the graphs you made with your class. Lesson 1.8 makes a class birthday graph and a class age graph. This recording sheet is for the ages only. After
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Worksheet to go along with Kindergarten Everyday Math Lesson 1.1. You will need to cut strips of paper to accompany this lesson, three strips for each child, one as long as the rectangle on the page, one shorter than the rectangle and one longer.
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Worksheet to go along with Kindergarten Everyday Math Lesson 1.2. You will need construction paper pattern block pieces. (Our school has the die cuts which is nice and easy.) You can also download pages of repeated pattern blocks to copy and cut.
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This is a simple page students can use with two dice (my students LOVE using 'Dice in Dice.' They will write the numbers they roll then add them together. What a fun way to practice simple addition!
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Using one dice, students roll, count the dots and can either write the number or number word above the corresponding dice on the bottom of the paper. When one number reaches the top or when time is up, students figure out which number they rolled
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching kindergarten since 2006, and I taught 5th grade before that. I love my job!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love teaching through hands on learning! We sing and move all the time in my classroom. Kids can learn anything they can get their hands on and learn a catchy tune to.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors in Elementary Education - Masters in Curriculum and Instruction - National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) Early Childhood Generalist

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a wife, mom and kindergarten teacher, I also love photography. I LOVE my jobs. :) My husband and I have three children, two boys and one girl, she is student I brought home from school. Guess it's a job hazard, our kiddo's grab our heart strings!