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A full two week lesson plan on Seasonal Changes. Preschool children will explore and learn about the changes in weather, seasons, and natural world. This Creative Curriculum lesson plan includes planned Read Alouds, Vocabulary for the week, Small
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This read aloud lesson plan is simple and easy to facilitate to your lil kiddos! I LOVE Mouse Paint by Ellen Walsh...
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A read aloud lesson plan consisting of open-ended questions, vocabulary, small group activity ideas.
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A mini Read Aloud lesson on the book We Are All Alike… We Are All Different by Cheltenham Elementary School Kindergarteners and Laura Dwight Includes: Open-ended questions to ask children, vocabulary, and small group activities
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The Reggio Emilia Approach is an innovative and inspiring approach to early childhood education which values the child as strong, capable and resilient; rich with wonder and knowledge. Every child brings with them deep curiosity and potential and
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This unit focuses on things that grow (seeds, plants, vegetables, animals, and people). This week, the focus is on vegetables, fruits, and the connection between growing things and eating things! The unit will provide opportunities for language
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Get ready for the fall with this fun read aloud lesson plan! Young children can further explore trees with language arts, math, and science learning activities.
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Here we have it folks! A complete POWERPOINT presentation on implementing the importance of development DAP into your classrooms. Each slide explains why creating Developmentally Appropriate Practices for children will help with learning progress.
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Children are aware of seasonal changes and often comment on environmental changes in the spring such as warmer weather, rain, birds and animals returning, or plants and flowers that are growing. This unit will focus on things that grow (seeds,
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The first day of school for a new teacher will include new procedures, new faces, and a strange environment they are not accustomed to. Getting off on the right foot on the first day of school will help first year teachers successfully transition
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A mini Read Aloud lesson on the book Mice Squeak, We Speak by Tomie dePaola Includes: Open-ended questions to ask children, vocabulary, and small group activities
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I've received many requests for samples of progress reports to use. Each program's reports and checklists will look differently depending upon the ages served. There is no one size fits all form. Wondering where to even start? I have created a
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Students will be able to explore and learn about living together with others and their neighborhood. NOTE: This theme naturally leads into a variety of other topics (community helpers, supermarket, construction, trash/recycling). Take note of how
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This activity reviews the three primary colors and how mixing those in certain combinations create new secondary colors. It should be used in conjunction with the “Mouse Paint” read aloud.
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Children love animals—and farm animals in particular are often among the first words or sounds children say when they are learning to speak. In this unit, we will study farm animals, their sounds, setting, and activities in more depth. This will
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Students will explore and learn about the different foods they eat and why it’s important to eat healthfully. Students will be able to share their favorite foods and classify different kinds of food.
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Students will explore and learn about the different foods they eat and where some of the foods they eat come from. Students will be able to share their favorite foods and classify different kinds of food.
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Are you tired of finding the right portfolio handouts? Well, look no further my fellow teachers!!!! Here is are 4 handout sheets to be inserted into your child's school year portfolio. An introduction letter for parents explaining the nature of a
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One month thematic lesson plan! This lesson plans details guided and open-ended questions pertaining to theme titled Things that Change. The lesson outlines morning arrival activities, morning meeting activities, read aloud, small-group activities,
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The 3 W's of the natural world!!! Included are three weeks of detailed curriculum lesson planning that focus on each natural cause per week. Read alouds, large and small group activities as well as ELL strategies. ENJOYYYYYYY
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching and working with children from ages 3 to 8 years old for over 12 years. Although this is only a diminutive time teaching children, they have continuously enriched my life. On the exterior side of the classroom, my involvement with children continues as I part take on The Sylvia and Herbert Scholarship Foundation Committee. For over ten years, I have had the opportunity in helping to send high school students to the college of their dreams. My experiences have involved me with children of many ages and through time have deepened my life, having an influential impact on me in becoming a teacher.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style is inspired through The Reggio Amilia Approach. The Reggio Emilia approach uses an emergent curriculum that is developed and guided by the children's interests. Children engage in long-term small-group and large-group projects, which involve hands-on investigation, finding the answers to questions, reading about a topic, visiting sites or places, talking to experts and visually representing their learning through a variety of medium. I also keep in mind the standards of Child Readiness in creating lesson plans and activities that will help my children be prepared for school readiness.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Child Development Association: Certification New York State Teacher Certification: Certification New York State Teacher Assistant Certification New York Alumni Chapter Club: President Herbert & Sylvia Scholarship Committee Delta Sigma Theta Sorority After – School Director for Sisulu – Walker Charter School of Harlem Cool Culture Advocate - Engaging and Encouraging Parents to visit Cultural Institutions Creator and Director of Sisulu – Walker’s First School Yearbook Co-Curricular Developer

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Learning with Arts Workshop: The Arts in Education (AIE) Program at Harvard Graduate School Finding Voice Workshop: The Arts in Education (AIE) Program at Harvard Graduate School Creating a sequential art curriculum based on working with materials that fosters creative thinking: Bank Street College, New York The Reggio Emilia Approach: From Theory to Practice: Bank Street College, New York Learning through Objects: Museums and Young Children, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, D.C Exploring and Implementing MAKESHOP! in the classrooms: The Children’s Museum in Pittsburgh Hands – on Science Teacher Impact Workshop at Liberty Science Center in New Jersey Open Court Reading Training at the McGraw Hill Companies, New York, NY Creative Hands – on Workshop at the Staten Island Children’s Museum Children’s Education at the Garden at the Bronx Botanical Garden Making the Most of Small Groups Training with Debbie Diller ~ Differentiating Instruction for Struggling Students: Reading First ~ Waterford Training ~ DIEBELS Training ~ Cool Culture Training ~ The Responsive Classroom Training ~ Core Knowledge Implementation Workshops

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Self-Published Educational Books: Early Art Practices & Literacy Development: Integrating Literacy and Language with Art An Early Childhood Guide to Lesson Plans: A Year of Creative Lesson Plans

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