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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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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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Review 2D shapes with this fun "craftivity". Take a closer look at the PREVIEW, and you'll see that the snowman's facial features match the 2D shape of his head. Use them as giant flashcards, (Hold one up. Children call out what shape it is,
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Click on the PREVIEW to see samples. This craftivity is a quick, easy and fun way to practice a variety of standards. Practice upper or lowercase letters, numbers to 20 or 31, plus skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s. Simply choose the snowman
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Do you read There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow? It’s one of my favorite winter stories and perfect for practicing the sequencing & retelling a story standards. With that in mind, I designed this quick, easy and fun, cold lady
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There are several ways to use the place value snowman. As a whole-group assessment game: I’ve included both a full page snowman, as well as a two-on-a-page pattern. Students can draw in their own snowman face, or color my pattern. To turn
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Click on the PREVIEW to see a sample, plus a photo of my hallway display. I've found that if I toss a bit of craftiness into our lesson, I not only grab my students' attention, but they learn and retain those concepts better. With that in mind, I
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This snowflake craftivity packet, is a quick, easy and super-fun way to practice and review word families. The activities are great for a whole group, independent center or Daily 5 word work. Completed projects make a simple, yet awesome winter
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Click the PREVIEW to see samples. This quick, easy & fun little snowman craftivity is very versatile. Children can spell out their entire name, or simply do just their initial. Studying winter vocabulary words, working on CVC or sight
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Click the PREVIEW to see a sample of the mitten time cards. The snowman clock matching game, can be used for an independent math center,where students match the analog and digital clocks with the appropriate hatband, arranging them on the snowman.
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Click on the PREVIEW to see lots of samples. There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow by Lucille Colandro, is one of my favorite winter books. My kiddos LOVE it. It's perfect for practicing sequencing and a variety of other standards. With
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Do you read the story “Snowmen At Night” by Carolyn Buehner? It’s one of my students favorites, so I thought I’d make a quick, easy and fun little writing prompt craftivity for them to transition to after our story time. So you can use this
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Spinning a story, is a quick, easy and fun way to spice up your writing block or Daily 5 activities. They're easy-peasy for you, as you don't have to constantly think up seasonal writing prompts, and highly motivational, as this is that "something
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Click the PREVIEW to see lots of samples. The “Let’s Count Snowflakes” packet includes a 10-frame emergent reader featuring 30 Dolch sight words. Students read the sentences, add end punctuation, trace & write the number and number word,
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There are 8 puzzles, so that you can practice upper and lowercase letters, counting forwards and backwards, as well as skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s, and 10s, with Pete the Puzzling Snowman. Print, color, laminate and trim a set of "Standard Snowman
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Click on the PREVIEW to see samples. Here's some "print & go", quick, easy and fun writing prompts for your kiddos. You can do one, and give students a choice, or add the cute journal cover, and have students write a new one each day. The
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Dollar Deal Alphabet Wheels, are a quick, easy & fun way to practice letters, and build the vocabulary needed to give an example of a word, with that beginning sound. They feature 7 nouns that begin with that letter, and come in black and
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Do you read the story There Was A Cold Lady by Lucille Colandro? If so, I think you'll enjoy This Cold Lady Story Wheel. It's a quick, easy & fun way to assess comprehension and practice sequencing, as well as retelling a story. There are
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Do you read ”Snowmen At Night” by Carolyn Buehner It’s one of my students’ 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 snowman “slider”
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We all know that “Practice makes perfect”, but sometimes those worksheets get a bit tiresome. With that in mind, I wanted to create a wintry math activity that children would enjoy. Dominic, the domino snowman, is a quick easy and fun math game
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I started teaching when I was 5-years-old playing school. I was positive by 3rd grade that I wanted to be a teacher. I launched my career in Wisconsin in 1976, teaching high school English, a month after I graduated, and “officially retired” from teaching elementary in Michigan public schools in 2009. 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 and presenting at conferences, 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".

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 giftware 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, hiking and spending time with my husband and our 6-adult children and 5 grandchildren. I’m passionate about sharing God’s gifts on my blog: http://www.teachwithme.com/blogs/getting-to-the-core and teacher website: http://www.teachwithme.com/ I'm thrilled to have a shop on TpT to hopefully make a little something to help with the bills.