Marjorie Sheridan
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Adjectives and nouns go together like cupcakes and frosting. Once I have nouns squared away, I like to introduce adjectives. The crazy stories help my students remember that adjectives describe nouns and each template can be used more than once
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Money Bones is a game for practicing coin combinations. For 2-6 players, students take turns flipping a bone card and telling the total coin value shown on their card. The player with the highest value, wins all the cards in that round. A "Money
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1st, 2nd
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Vowel Teams Read the Room is a fun and active way to practice the ai, oa, ea, and ee vowel teams. Cut, laminate, and place words throughout the room for students to find and write on the recording sheet. Follow-up activities may include a vowel
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Contraction train is a great practice center to use as a follow-up for your lessons on contractions. Place the train engine on a table or on the floor, and place the contraction cars in a line behind the engine. Students work together to attach the
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Ants in My Pants is a cute and engaging center game to add to your place value resource toolkit. Designed with the Common Core Numbers and Operations in Base Ten standard in mind, the game and follow-up activities provide your students the
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Leap Frog is a game to help primary students practice “ten more/ten less” and “one more/one less” addition and subtraction on a hundred chart. The primary teaching objective of the game is for students to mentally find 10 more or 10 less than a
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1st, 2nd
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This colorful vocabulary sort center is designed to help primary students practice common sight words, categorize and group words by a main idea, and to support your lessons on habitats! Each set of cards is designed for groups of 2-4 students
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Who says learning to tell time isn't fun? My first-graders love the story of the Clock Hand brothers! I've found this little strategy very helpful when introducing analog clocks - and it works. A couple of days with time to the hour and your kids
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1st, 2nd
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Shark Attack! is a simple and fun card game designed to entertain your students while they practice addition, subtraction, counting on, and counting back. My first-graders chose the game name and theme, and when they saw the finished cards, there
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1st, 2nd
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The Cookie Crumbles Game is designed to help primary students identify the fraction symbols and names (whole, half, and quarter) with the portions that they represent. Introduce and play a few rounds at teacher table then add it to your math
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1st, 2nd
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The Under the Sea Word Work Game is a great way for students to practice phonological awareness and phonics skills! Designed for 2-4 players, introduce in your small teacher-led groups then move to a center. Each space picture on the game board
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The Big Dog Coin Activity Pack contains 9 engaging activities designed to strengthen coin identification and manipulation. Eight activities include a cover and directions page. You can print and place each activity in a gallon-sized Ziploc bag for
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1st, 2nd, 3rd
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This primary math resource contains 5 separate activities to help your kiddos build number sense as they order and sequence numbers by value and work with the hundred and two-hundred chart structures. Ordering Numbers ‘til the Cows Come Home! is
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1st, 2nd
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Short /a/ Word Family Blending Trees is a great addition to your literacy center collection! Students place colorful leaves or apples on treetops creating short /a/ words to blend and write. This resource contains 13 short /a/ word families
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Roll & Build is an easy-to-learn center activity and a useful addition to your place value resource materials. Designed to support Common Core Numbers and Operations in Base Ten standard, the activity provides your students the opportunity to
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Since the demise of the corner store and penny candy, it seems first graders have lost their ability to identify coin images and values. Candy is sold in bulk at large discount chains, and even the tooth fairy leaves dollars instead of dimes or
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1st
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This new version of my vocabulary sort center is designed to help primary students practice common sight words and categorize and group words by a main idea. Each set of cards is designed for groups of 2-4 students to work together cooperatively
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I like a file that you can get a lot of mileage from, and this is one of them. The sight word owls may be used as flash cards in small group (teacher table) or in centers for memory game (print 2 copies). Add some clip-boards and make them into
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Nonsense Word Change is a catchy little card game designed to help students have fun while practicing short vowel sounds and CVC blending. I typically start out playing the game with my small groups at teacher table and then put it in a work
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Teaching money is a challenge! Students need to name and distinguish coins, know each value, understand that some coins may be exchanged for others, be able to add unlike coins, know currency symbols, and ultimately solve story problems about money.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for 15 years - nine in grade 2, and six in grade 1. Prior to that I worked in telecommunications.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a visual learner, so I tend to teach that way. I frequently draw to illustrate whatever concept I'm trying to present. I believe movement is important (especially with the little ones). I try to get them up and moving as much as possible. Keeping first graders engaged and learning every minute of the school day is hard work! It takes a lot of prep, energy, and patience. I try to utilize a lot of competitions, challenges, and fun game-like activities. I try to limit worksheets unless there's an accompanying activity.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I have received several awards for my artwork. I was also awarded a lunch with the governor of Massachusetts at the statehouse in recognition of a paper that I wrote as part of a college project.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

My undergrad degree is in fine arts (illustration/graphic design), and I hold a Master's in Ed./Reading. Creativity is a tremendous asset when it comes to teaching, and my artsy background has served me well!

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am married to a fantastic guy and have two amazing children. My oldest works for a company that provides teacher training here in Mass., and my youngest is working as a construction manager in Dallas Texas. I also have a little white schnoodle named Samantha. She's a love.