Shannon Allison
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Shannon Allison
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These were used to teach fifth graders how to make inferences and explain how/why they made that inference. These posters were used multiple times throughout the unit and were incorporated into independent reading lessons as well. Great posters to
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Students have to use their knowledge of the cardinal directions to find an answer for each question. I gave each student a copy of a United States map along with this activity. Students can work independently or with a partner. This can be
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This is a great poster to hang in the classroom. The catchy poem helps students understand how a "bossy e" or "silent e" works. There are examples of words with and without a silent "e" added at the end.
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This is a packet to go along with a unit on the life cycle of a plant with a green chevron background. These are great center enhancements to help students learn about plants while working on other skills as well. *Page 1: Life cycle poster *Page
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This bundle is PERFECT for a movie themed classroom!! Page 1-2: Clock Numbers (:00, :05, :10 etc.) **I use my fiskars circle punch to punch out black circles to back the numbers before laminating!** Page 3-11: ABC Bunting Page 12-13: "admit one"
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This subtraction worksheet is meant for students that are learning to subtract. Have students roll a pair of dice and fill the numbers into the subtraction sentence. I made sure to tell my students that the larger number should go first.
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This worksheet allows students to sort by colors (red, blue, orange, and green) or shapes (triangle, cylinder, rectangle, and oval). Students cut the shapes out and paste them into the four sorting boxes. Simple activity that teaches students that
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This addition worksheet is meant for students that are learning to add. Have students roll a pair of dice and fill the numbers into the addition sentence. Counters, like bingo chips or flat glass marbles, can help students that are just learning
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This is a great poster for students learning how to count by fives. I keep this poster up in my classroom and students practice during group time on a daily basis. I even catch my kindergarteners going over to the poster throughout the day and
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These are circles that can be cut out, hole punched, and used when making Froot Loop or Cheerio etc. necklaces to help students count by tens. I made them in a size so that they could be cut out with my Fiskars 3 inch circle punch. After a student
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These worksheets are great for students practicing how to add and subtract. It allows students to understand the relationship between numbers and how "fact families" are made. I had students roll dice to get the first 2 numbers for their fact
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I have been using this worksheet in my classroom to help the students track the growth of their lima beans. The students write how long the plant has been growing ("day__") and draw a picture of their plant in the box above. I plan on hanging the
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This bundle is PERFECT for those who love chevron and turquoise (just like me!!) *Page 1-2: Clock Numbers (:00, :05, :10 etc.) **I use my fiskars circle punch to punch out black circles to back the numbers before laminating!** *Page 3-10: Table
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This game uses dice (or even cards) and the students have to "build a bunny". The students take turns rolling dice, or picking cards and adding the 2 numbers together. Each sum that they roll represents a bunny body part that they have to draw
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I used these posters when teaching students about place value (up to millions) and the different number forms. You can print them out and have them hanging in the room, but they can also be projected onto an overhead.
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This is a set of cardinal direction (north, south, east, west) posters to hang in your classroom with a matching compass rose. Great for social studies units!
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This is a great poster for students learning how to count by tens. I keep this poster up in my classroom and students practice during group time on a daily basis. I even catch my kindergarteners going over to the poster throughout the day and
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This poster helps students understand place value and how to actually say a number. It's a great poster to have in the room when doing place value and number form units. Using "number houses" and the idea of families living in a house to teach
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This worksheet is great for those students learning to identify their shapes. Students have to uncover the hidden shapes in the picture and color them according to the directions.
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This is a packet to go along with a unit on the life cycle of a frog with a blue chevron background. These are great center enhancements to help students learn about frogs while working on other skills as well. *Page 1: Life cycle poster *Page
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have worked with children for over ten years. After graduating with a bachelors in English from UConn in 2004, I taught pre-k for 2 years. After pre-k, I worked as a tutorial specialist focused mainly on teaching phonics. As of December 2012 I have my Masters and certification in elementary education, and currently I am teaching kindergarten. I have some experience with 4th and 5th grade because that is where I completed my student teaching assignments. I love to create worksheets and educational enhancements from scratch to meet my own (or others... i like to help) classroom needs.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style is strict but fun. I think classroom management is super important, and in order for a classroom to run smoothly, management must be worked on from the beginning. I like to work with my kindergarteners in groups and I create a lot of my own materials to go along with the curriculum that I am given.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I don't have any official honors or awards, but (get ready for corny), I really feel honored when people want to use my creations in their own classrooms and I feel rewarded when I see my kindergarteners learning because I taught them! But really, I absolutely LOVE teaching and I can not wait to work in a public school so I can fill my classroom to the brim with excitement for learning!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors in English from Uconn Masters and Connecticut certification in elementary education from Southern Connecticut State University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I love anything crafty! I have recently discovered nail art. Food... cooking it and eating it... is also really great :) Now that I am done with school I am excited to start the next chapter of my life! visit my blog at http://dotdotdotellipsisrequired.blogspot.com/ A lot of the fonts that I use are free downloads... they are amazing, check them out here http://kevinandamanda.com/fonts/fontsforpeas/