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Click the PREVIEW to see samples. (Updated 12/21/16) Let's make a "Gingerbag" House! Here’s a non-messy gingerbread house, that’s a quick, easy & fun craftivity, as an alternative to the gooey graham cracker creations, that often fall
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Be sure and click the PREVIEW to see samples of some of the goodies in the packet that are not shown in the thumbnail. As long as my students were learning to write and recognize their names, I decided to make practicing especially fun, with these
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UPDATED! 8/17 Now includes OE vowel pair activities. Be sure and click the PREVIEW to see lots of samples of some of the goodies included in the packet. As a special "I appreciate all that teachers do" treat, I'm pricing this packet at $7.95,
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Click the PREVIEW to see a close up sample of the booklet, so you know what's in the packet. Here's a quick, easy & fun 100 Day "print & go" activity that your kiddos are sure to enjoy. Children can do this independently during your 100
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Here are 3, quick, easy and fun writing prompt craftivities that your students will really enjoy. They are perfect go-a longs with Seuss's Oh The Places You'll Go book. On the large bucket, students think of 5 places they want to go. They write
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Do you read Pete the Cat’s “I Love My White Shoes?” Pete the Cat is one of my students’ all- time favorite characters. “I Love My White Shoes” is perfect for practicing the “sequencing and retelling a story” standards. With that in mind, I
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Kevin Henke’ story “Chrysanthemum” is perfect for introducing name activities. It’s one of my favorite back to school books. His story was the inspiration for this quick, easy and fun “print & go” name craftivity. Simply choose which name
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Do you read the Ukrainian folktale The Mitten, by Jan Brett? It’s one of my favorite winter stories and perfect for practicing the sequencing and retelling a story standards. With that in mind, I designed this quick, easy and fun, mitten
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UPDATED: 12-1-17 Having spent over 200 hours researching & creating, plus a small fortune on graphics designing things, I’m so excited to post this jumbo “labor of love”, which features the awesome talents of 38 clip artists! As a special
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Click on the PREVIEW to see samples. Is there any cutting activity more fun than snipping a paper snowflake? My Y5s absolutely LOVE making them, as there seems something almost magical about gently unfolding their creation, to reveal a lovely
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This packet has just been up-dated (3/5/16) With redrawn bold, sharp, 300dpi graphics! The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss, is one of my students' favorite stories. With that in mind I designed “Shapin’ Up With The Lorax”, which is a quick, easy and fun
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Click the PREVIEW to see what goodies are in the packet. You’ll love the versatility, as it’s appropriate for a variety of ages and levels, with lots of options. The Life Cycle of a Pumpkin emergent reader, is great non-fiction practice that
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The “Flip The Frog’s Face” Life Cycle craftivity, is a quick, easy and fun “print & go” lesson, that will help reinforce the life cycle of a frog. Simply run the head and body patterns off on light green construction paper. Children trim
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Click on the PREVIEW to see samples. Here's a super-fun way to practice place value. Simply print the worksheet filled with an assortment of place value blocks. (There's 2 on a page). Students decide which pieces they want to use to decorate
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Be sure and click the PREVIEW to see lots of goodies that are included in this packet, plus a list of the content. This literacy & math packet is HUGE, so you can use parts of it to teach a variety of standards, and still have plenty left over
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Do you read “Polar Bear What Do You Hear?” by Bill Martin? It’s one of my all-time favorite stories and perfect for practicing the “sequencing and retelling a story” standards, or introducing verbs and onomatopoeia to older students, as animals
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Click the PREVIEW to see samples. Here's a really cute option for the popular "I am thankful for..." writing prompt. Students write something that they are thankful for on strips of colored paper, then bend them into a loop and glue their writing
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Do you read “Brown Bear Brown Bear” by Bill Martin? It’s one of my all-time favorite stories and perfect for practicing the “sequencing and retelling a story” standards. With that in mind, I designed this quick, easy and fun Brown Bear “slider”
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“Chrysanthemum” by Kevin Henkes, is one of my all-time favorite back to school books. It’s perfect for a variety of ages, and especially wonderful as an introduction to name activities, as well as discussions about teasing, bullying and “filling
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Be sure & click the PREVIEW to see sample pages from both the emergent reader plus the older version suitable for 3rd & 4th graders. Woo hoo! Simply "print & go" and you're all set with a quick, easy, and interesting little something
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I started teaching when I was 5-years-old playing school. By third grade I was positive I wanted to be a teacher, and launched my career in Wisconsin in 1976, where I taught 9th, 10th &12th grade English a month after I graduated, which made me just a few years older than some of my students! I “officially retired” from teaching elementary in Michigan public schools in 2009. However, my family believes I'll only truly "retire" from education when I'm in my coffin. Still passionate, I threw my hat in the cyber-ring with a teacher blog and website, as well as teaching English at Grand Rapids Community College. Doing workshops, presenting at conferences & teaching Sunday school rounds out my bag of tricks.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style is high-energy, creative, innovative, and hands-on. When people ask me what I do for a living I say I’m a multi-tasking "edu-tainer". My motto has always been: "Be the kind of teacher you always wanted to have." I like to think I've accomplished that. On any given day, with any age group, I count it as a wonderful blessing, to learn as much from my students as I hope they have learned from me, either by what I teach, or how I live.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

My shining teacher moments: Elementary: When the light bulbs go on and my students are over the moon with excitement. High school: My students often groaned when the bell rang because they didn’t want to leave. College: Bringing diversified, multi-age levels and ethnicities together, to truly make a difference. I’ve been a freelance writer for Mailbox Magazine and an editor for Gift & Decorative Accessories Magazine, as well as designed teacher-themed gift ware for Russ Berrie and Wangs International.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from college with a BA in English-Secondary Education from The University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire; did graduate work at the University of Wisconsin, Madison; received an Elementary Endorsement from Grand Valley State University in Michigan, where I also received my Masters in Elementary Education.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I enjoy nature, crafts, cooking, hiking and spending time with my husband and our 6-adult children, their spouses and thus far 9 grandchildren. Our standard poodle Chloe, rounds out our love-filled menagerie. "Organized chaos" reigns at the Henderson household, where there's always room for one more. I’m passionate about sharing God’s gifts on my blog: http://bit.ly/IMLhVd & website: http://www.teachwithme.com/ I'm thrilled to have a shop on TpT and absolutely addicted to designing "fun stuff"-- hoping to make life easier for teachers, at the same time earning some extra income for the "I'd really like to haves..." in life.

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