Perfectly Preschool
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This fun rhyming set is perfect and just in time for Dr. Seuss Celebrations! There are 12 rhymes included in this set. Children match the green eggs to the ham to make a rhyming set. This is perfect for older preschoolers and kindergartners too! The
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This is a great product to use any time of the year. Children can sort counting bears by color. There are mats included with a colored bear above each circle. There are also counting cards for numbers 1-10. Each card also has a colored bear on it so
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This assessment is designed to be used with preschool aged children 3-5 years old. There is a title page with a spot for each child's name to go. This can be used at parent teacher conference time. Place into a binder at the end of the year or bind
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These cards are made to use with standard 3/4 inch cubes! This is a great way to incorporate measuring into your classroom and it's just in time for the Christmas holiday!! This includes 11 different holiday themed measuring cards. Each card has a
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This book has 5 basic shapes (circle, rectangle, square, triangle and octagon) Children fill in how many sides each shape has and color pictures to create their own shape book. Includes title page. 6 pages total. Clipart courtesy of Kelli Olson.
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These fun mats include numbers 1-10. Place buttons or pony beads on each snowman according to the number on the snowman's hat. This is great for preschoolers and fine motor control. Don't forget to provide feedback and follow me!
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This cute emergent reader helps children learn their positional words. Each page is programmed with "The fish is under, on top of, in. etc the penguin" The children can use the sheet following the story pages to cut and glue fish into the book where
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Your youngsters will enjoy these bright colored mittens while looking for a rhyming pair. 30 rhyming pairs in
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These cards are made to use with standard 3/4 inch unifix cubes! This is a great way to incorporate measuring into your classroom! This includes 10 different zoo themed measuring cards. Each card has a black line beside the picture to place the
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These cards are great for practicing those fine motor, prewriting skills. Print and laminate these cards, or place in a dry erase sleeve, and have children trace the lines. These are great for preschoolers of all ages to either learn the beginning
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This mitten themed emergent reader is an easy read and focuses on color words. Each page is "I see (color) mittens." The color words are dotted so children can trace each word with color coordinating crayon or colored pencil. Includes colors red,
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This emergent reader is filled with things that would be seen in winter such as a sled, snowflakes, snowmen and many other things. A simple read for preschoolers or kindergartners working on their sight words. Each page is wrote as "I see a____"
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These schedule cards are great for use in primary classrooms. I am a preschool teacher, so they are more geared toward that age. I have tried to include other activities too for older elementary kids too. There are 30 different cards for your
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This fun measuring activity is perfect for a polar themed unit. There are 7 different measuring cards to be used with unifix cubes. These cards are programmed with black lines to place the cubes on. This set does not include a recording sheet, but
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Challenge your young learners with these winter syllable clip cards! Children pick a card and clap out how many syllables they hear. They can then use a clothespin to clip the number of syllables they heard. Great fine motor practice too when using
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A great way for your children to work on beginning sounds and fine motor skills at the same time! Clip the letter that is heard at the beginning of each word using a clothespin. Thanks for downloading! Don't forget to provide feedback and follow me
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This fun activity is great for a winter science center. Children use a magnifying glass to look at the small snowflake. They then find the larger match and place the card on top. I can’t wait to use this with my children and what a great chance to
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This will surely help during this busy time of the year! Included are 7 different worksheets to use in your classroom!! **NEW**Roll and Stamp Christmas Tree (1-12 use bingo dauber to stamp the ornament with matching number on the tree) Christmas
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These bright mittens will help your children with one to one correspondence and number recognition. The numbers range from 1 to 15. The children count how many snowflakes are on the mitten and then find the mitten with the number to make a
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This fun emergent reader is perfect for Easter. Each page is programmed with "I see a(n)____" There are different Easter items on each page. The items are eggs, basket, chick, bunny, and jelly beans. All pictures are black and white so children can
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a 5th year preschool teacher. I work with 4-5 year olds who are getting ready to enter kindergarten the following year. I LOVE LOVE LOVE what I do. I also love creating new resources to use in my room and sharing them with everyone else too.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Children learn best by being involved in their environment. A mixture of free time to explore materials as well as structured learning activities are vital to a child's learning of new skills.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Associates Degree

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have learned so much from my preschoolers. Hopefully just as much as they have learned from me. I never tire from hearing parents say how much their child enjoys school and learning. I know that when they say that, I have impacted that little life in a huge way. Parents appreciate what I do, what we all do as educators. When parents come to me at the end of the year with tears in their eyes, I know I have done my "job" and made a positive impact on many lives. I never knew teaching was what I wanted to do, but now I can't imagine doing anything else. The amount of time I spend prepping and preparing makes it all worth when I get to spend those 2.5 hours with them and knowing how much they enjoy being there. Even at the end of the year when we are counting down the days until summer break, I get a little sad when it's all said and done. I miss them, even when I think I won't. As soon as the year has ended, I get way too excited for the next year and think of all the new things I can do and what I can do better!