# KinderKay

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The subitizing cards found in this packet can be used in many ways. The definition of subitizing is the quick recognition of numbers and number combinations. When I use these with my students, I do not mix the packs; instead I pick the skill that I
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In this packet, students enjoy colorful super hero characters while practicing math concepts. They do not even know they are learning! There are 5 games included that can be taught and put into a math center one week and then put into an early
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In this book, students write numbers, fill in tens frames, add dots to dice, and draw shapes to show the number. A matching game using ten frames, numbers, and shapes is included with a recording sheet that children do upon completion. The book is
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In this resource, you will find 7 games that give students practice subitizing and recognizing numbers 2 to 12. These games have a cookie theme and can be played over and over again! Great to use for Christmas and Winter holidays, BUT they can
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Looking for something creative to do with your students, but need for it to be done independently? In this resource, students follow step by step directions to create heart animals and then write about them. Also included are 3 math centers that can
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In this resource, five fabulous math centers are based on some very cute robots! 1. Robot Love game Students add and subtract numbers to move forwards and backwards on a rainbow colored robot game board. 2. Robot Number Match Students match ten
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Students try to see who can capture the most gold by tossing 2 dice or using number cards to find the sum. Level 1 uses 2 dice and Level 2 uses addition cards. THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN REVISED! CCSS I can use a variety of strategies to solve addition
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This is a fun Halloween game to practice beginning math concepts. There are 2 levels. In Level 1, students use Domino dot cards with number combinations from 1 - 6. Students pick a card, add the dots on the card, and cover the sum on their mat. Then
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This is a super easy activity to prepare and differentiate! The teacher decides which number to be decomposed and that is how many eggs the students make. After creating the eggs, nest, and a branch, students decide how many eggs hatched and how
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Students match number, dots, and tally marks. When finished, students write their findings on the recording sheet. free resource for teaching CCSS. Math. Content. K.CCA.1 and 2
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Students use Five Frame cards to decompose numbers. The cards are moved around to show various combinations. When children feel confident of their combinations, they write them on a recording sheet. Directions for creating five frame cards from
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught second grade for 7 years in a small, rural school. After a short break to raise my children, I was offered a kindergarten position and am still there many years later and loving every minute!I can honestly say that I still jump out of bed each school morning eager to begin the day with my little ones!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that it is the teacher's job to inspire, but after the inspiration, it is then the teacher's job to step back and let the learning begin. Most of my student's day is spent in small groups, but I also believe that much can be learned in a large group setting, too. It is my belief that children learn the best when they are creating, so we do a lot of drawing, cutting, painting, and gluing in my classroom! I love it when my kinders come to school saying "What are we going to make today, Mrs. Feeney?" I LOVE the love notes they write to me and I love the fact that they LOVE school! I am inspired by my students and cannot think of a better way to live my life.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2013 Women of Distinction Award presented by the Girl Scouts of Central Illinois

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and have taken MANY graduate level classes in Curriculum design, curriculum mapping, guided reading instruction, gifted education, and math and science curriculum writing. I graduated from Southern Illinois University and my graduate courses have been taken at both the University of Illinois and Eastern Illinois University.

I have 3 grown children of which I am extremely proud! My husband is a corn and soybean farmer and I have formed some wonderful relationships with my colleagues at the parochial school in which I teach. I have been granted many blessings and for them, I am thankful! My daughter is an artist and has contributed her beautiful paintings to a few of my products. It has been fun to collaborate with her! Here is the link to my blog: Love Those Kinders I am a member of this wonderful collaborative blog... Blog Hoppin