SBG Kindergarten

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United States - Vermont - Saint Johnsbury
SBG Kindergarten
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I create the materials I can't find anywhere else. Not too cute or overwhelming, but just enough to engage my kiddos!
 
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A great way to check your students ability to compare two numbers when written as numerals, but also their ability to determine if the number of objects in one group is greater than or less than the number of objects in another group.
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This is a great piece of evidence for report cards or portfolios. I circulate while the students are doing this, taking observational notes on how they choose to complete the task: do they use manipulatives? a ten frame? fingers? or do they have
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This is a quick way to check in with how well your students are counting up to 20 objects arranged in a scattered formation. It also checks teen number writing skills. I use this as a piece of evidence for portfolios or report cards.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Like so many, I began teaching fresh out of college. I packed up after graduation and moved to Manhattan where I had a job at an independent school. I was lucky to be the assistant to two career first grade teachers who taught me how to be a caring, dedicated, disciplined and reflective educator. After this, I worked in the ed-tech field for a few years until I realized that I missed the classroom and making a daily difference for kids. I went to graduate school and then got my first classroom! I now teach Kindergarten in the NEK of Vermont, in one of the best schools I have ever walked into.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a play based practitioner, who also happens to believe that Kindergarteners are capable of way more than we know, or ask of them. I believe one of my most important jobs is teaching kids to become responsible, engaged members of a learning community, helping them build a tool box of skills, strategies and knowledge that they will carry with them in the years to follow. I don't think that kids need cute baby animals and lots of gimics to engage them in their work, so the products you'll find here are not going to showcase that. The products I put up here are ones I have created to showcase the kids work, and to target a specific CCSS. In the end, I like to have fun with my kiddos and help create life long learners who come to school excited and eagerly anticipating what each day will bring!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I went to Brown University, graduating in 2004 with a degree in Psychology. I attended Wheelock College for graduate school, receiving my MA in Early Childhood Education.

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