KinderCori

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Included are 2 file folder games to teach and reinforce the concept of opposites. This is a great supplement activity when reading Dr. Seuss' The Foot Book or during Read Across America. Just attach the cover and 2 inside pages onto a file
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These worksheets are a great extension to the book as well as a perfect review of math and literacy concepts. Ten worksheets included: 1. Count to 100 - Fill-in a hundred chart 2. Green Eggs and Ham Addition - Use pictures to solve 3. Plates
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These worksheets are a perfect extension to the book and a great review of math and literacy skills. Ten worksheets included! - Help Catch Thing 1 and Thing 2: Missing Addends - Thing 1 and Thing 2 : Even and Odd Numbers - The Cat's Hat :
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These homework sheets are inspired by the works of Dr. Suess! Use in conjunction with a Dr. Suess Unit, Read Across America or just for fun! Worksheets include a variety of standards such as: Telling Time, Skip Counting, Adding, Patterns, Rhyming,
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Two addition practice pages related to the story One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.
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A combination of my popular Foot Book Opposites File Folder Game and The Foot Book worksheets. - 2 Opposites File Folder Games - 5 Math and ELA worksheets
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This file folder activity is perfect to practice reading prepositional phrases from the story. Prepositional phrases are written on each egg on a plate. Students must read the prepositional phrase (ex. on a boat) and match it the correct picture
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***Just add cereal! This pack includes math and literacy activities that are related to St. Patrick's Day and Lucky Charms cereal. What you'll get: 1. 2 Differentiated marshmallow sorting mats 2. Lucky Charms Bar Graph 3. Lucky Charms Tally
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Get ready for Easter and Spring with this fun (and yummy) jellybean math activity set. What's inside: 1- Jellybean sorting mat 2- Jellybean Tally/Number chart 3- Jellybean Bar Graph 4- Yummy Sums- Jellybean Adding Worksheet
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Use this writing activity to supplement Read Across America or any Dr. Seuss lesson. Words from the story are provided and can be cut into strips. Black words = sight words, blue = verbs, red = nouns. Place words inside of a bag or box for
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A ton of worksheets that are perfect extensions to any Dr. Seuss and Read Across America unit! 33 worksheets included! Counting, Addition, Subtraction Word Problems, Even/Odd Numbers, Geometry, Graphing, Skip Counting, and more! Spelling,
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These worksheets are a great extension of the book and review of basic math and ELA skills. - Count by 5s - Measure in Inches - Sound Sort ee vs oo - Matching Opposites - Opposites Writing Page
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This is a SMARTBoard file. Slides contain pictures of common objects that are made up of shapes (i.e. bicycle, house). Students can look at pictures and find the 2D shapes present within. Some slides are dedicated to one main shape, while
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This activity helps to teach the differences between qualities/attributes of a friend/family member versus a stranger. Using pictures and sentences, students sort the cards into the "Friend/Family" or the "Stranger" category. Great for students
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This is a great pack of St. Patrick's Day themed math worksheets. They can be used in Kindergarten and students needing review in the First Grade. Worksheets you'll get inside: 1- Sneaky Leprechaun Subtraction 2- Adding to Make 10 Rainbow 3-
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It's time for Spring! This is a highly customizable math center that can be adapted to meet common core standards across the grades! Times can read by the hour, half hour, quarter hour, and five minutes. It is up to you and what your students
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Great file folder game. Students match uppercase letters to the lowercase letters on apples. Just print out bushel of apples and insert inside of a file folder. Cut out the capital letter apples and laminate. Place at a literacy center for
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Great to use with a Behavior Clip Chart! When students reach the top, send home this certificate to reinforce positive praise for students (and parents!) Print double-sided for front and back certificates.
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The ELA Common Core Standards formatted in a table/checklist format. All domains and standards are listed with room to fill in applicable dates of lessons taught and if/when standards were mastered.
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Students will love helping the Gingerbread Man find all of his buttons in this addition game. Each page comes with a five frame filled with a number of buttons. Students fill in the remainder of the five frame with their own buttons and write an
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently a Teacher of the Deaf in New York. I have experience teaching grades K-3. I teacher primarily through American Sign Language at a state school in which all students are deaf and/or hard of hearing.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in a multisensory approach to learning, which is vital for deaf students, and really all students! Lessons should be visual, hands-on, kinesthetic, and engaging.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Excellence in Teaching and Service to the Field of Deaf Education

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Masters Degree in Deaf Education/Elementary Education Bachelors Degree in Psychology

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