My Kind of Kindergarten

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My Kind of Kindergarten
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Kindergarten. . .a place where the people are small, the ideas are big, and the imaginations boggle the mind!
 
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This is a nine page emergent reader focusing on the following sight words: I, am, a, in, live. It incorporates picture clues with clipart by KPMdoodles as well as repetitive text and rhyme. Each page features an animal and the animal's habitat. For
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This simple six page emergent reader helps Kindergarteners build newly developing literacy skills while practicing pattern recognition skills. Each page has a picture of a turkey with ten tail feathers. The text reads, "Gobble! Gobble! Gobble! Look
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I love "Color by Sight Word" pages, and I have found them hard to come by outside of buying a whole unit. These pages feature a cornucopia, a turkey, two pilgrims, and two Native Americans. Among these four color-by-sight word pages the following
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This is a nine page Mardi Gras themed emergent reader designed for Kindergarten or first grade. It employs rhyme, repetitive text, and tracking dots beneath the text to help scaffold beginning readers. The following is a sample of the text: "I saw a
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This is a nine page St. Patrick's Day emergent reader designed for Kindergarten. This reader features repetitive, rhyming text with tracking dots beneath the text. The following is a sample of the text: "How many clovers did you say you picked on
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This is an eight page set of Christmas-themed "color-by-sight-word" coloring pages designed for Kindergarteners. Four of the pages feature some of the following high frequency words: if, can, us, here, back, not, stop, down, all, me, the, is, come,
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This is a 12-paged, garden-themed emergent reader designed for Kindergarten reinforcing addition facts up to five. (Common Core Standards K.OA.1, K.OA.2, K.OA.)The rhyming text features word problems involving planting seeds and then adding some
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This is a ten page winter-themed reader designed for emerging readers in Kindergarten. It has a repetitive, rhyming text with dots underneath the text to help with tracking. Text sample: "I am going to make a snowman. Come and see! I will make a
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This is a nine page emergent reader emphasizing the following color words: red, yellow, blue, green, purple, orange, brown, and black. It incorporates repetitive text and rhyme. Each page has a picture (clipart from KPMDoodles@blogspot.com) that can
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This is a 12-paged, farm-themed, interactive emergent reader designed for Kindergarten emphasizing subtraction from numbers of five or less in the context of word problems. The rhyming text and the pictures help the student write an equation to
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"On Halloween Night" is a 9 page emergent reader which uses rhyme and repetitive text to help early readers feel confident about their new reading skills. Here is a sample of the text: "On Halloween night, on my street, I heard a ballerina say,
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This is an eleven page emergent reader with a teddy bear theme in which students will practice telling time to the hour. CC1.MD.3 The text is simple, repetitive, and rhyming. Here is a sample: "Time to get up! Tickety-Tock! What time is it? It's
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This is a nine page emergent reader which employs rhyme and repetitive text as well as common sight words to help students build confidence in their reading skills. The reader depicts boy and girl pilgrims and Native Americans bringing a food item
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This is a nine page emergent reader designed for use in my own Kindergarten class during our pet unit. It emphasizes the following sight words: my, can, likes, to, and cat. It also includes the sight words run, play, jump, and is. It incorporates
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This is a 12 page emergent reader designed for Kindergarteners at Christmas. In it a boy, a girl, a dog, a cat, a teacher, and Santa are all wondering what might be in their stocking. They ask, "What will be in my stocking?" Then they say, "I hope
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This is a ten page emergent reader focused on different types of weather and designed for kindergarten or first grade. I made this little reader for my own class to use during our unit on weather. It features a rhyming text and tracking dots to help
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This is a nine page, winter-themed emergent reader designed for Kindergarten or first grade. It is the story of children who live where it seldom snows. Their grandma sends them magical mittens that cause it to snow when they are worn. The text uses
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This is a 13 page emergent reader designed to help Kindergarteners build confidence in their beginning reading skills. This reader is based on the very old (and very much in the public domain) Christmas carol, "A Partridge in a Pear Tree." In this
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This is a five-paged, robot-themed set of color by phonogram sheets for Kindergarten. Each sheet contains a key which assigns a specific color to a specific phonogram. (example: ay - blue) The student then looks on the sheet for a section of the
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This is a five page Christmas "color-by-number word" set focusing on the following number words: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. It is designed to be completed independently by Kindergarteners for morning work or early finishers. Two of the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for six years at Cedar Creek School. Four of those years were spent teaching Pre-K. The last two years, I have been teaching Kindergarten.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I try to give each student what they need, so I guess that means that I tend to teach the child as an individual as much as possible. This means that I spend a lot of time in individual conferences with the children especially with reading and writing. I try to foster their independence as well. If you came into my classroom, you would see a lot of small people chattering in small groups. It might look like chaos, but it is a very thought-out, pre-planned chaos that works well for me and my kids.

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