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Study four Native American Groups: People of the Plains, Eastern Woodlands, Northwest Coast, and Southwest Coast Native Americans with your students. Each unit included in this Native American bundle has activities, lessons including
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Enjoy this novel study of Toliver's Secret by Esther Wood Brady. This novel study is 21 pages long plus the answer key. The unit comes with 4 quizzes, 4 worksheets, an essay, and a fun illustration project. A graphic organizer, essay directions,
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Enjoy this novel study of the classic book "And Then What Happened, Paul Revere?" by Jean Fritz. This 34 page unit comes with 3 quizzes, 3 worksheets, an essay, and fun illustration project. A graphic organizer, essay directions, and illustration
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Study Native Americans from the Northwest Coast in this unit. This unit has lessons and activities for a detailed study of this group of first Americans. The lessons include close reading selections covering the history of Northwest Coast Native
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Study African American history through a series of read-a-louds, and writing assignments. This unit is positive, as it focuses on the perseverance and dedication of both the abolitionist, and civil rights movements. The read-a-louds include
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Teach the American Revolution through literature circles. Integrating your American Revolution studies into your Language Arts lessons allows students to put themselves into the lives of Patriots, Loyalists, and those caught in the middle. This
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This unit is a great resource for your black history lessons. The bundle contains lessons and pop up books on Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Rosa Parks and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Study the Abolitionist period, Reconstruction, and the
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Teach your students about Helen Keller, and her amazing life in this unit. Your students will learn about the obstacles she overcame, and the full life she was able to live. Students will discover how Helen Keller helped people realize the
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Learn about Frederick Douglass, his escape to freedom, and his work as an abolitionist. Students will be inspired by the way Frederick Douglass learned to read and write against all odds. Frederick Douglass was a pioneer in many ways, and this
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Your students will learn about five inspirational women in this bundle. Your students will learn about Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, Rosa Parks, and Hillary Clinton in this Women's History Month Bundle. The Hillary Clinton
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Use this novel study to explore "My Brother Sam is Dead" by James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier. This novel study is 21 pages long plus pages for the answer key. The unit comes with 4 quizzes (each with 5 questions), 3 worksheets, a
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This unit teaches about Native Americans of the Southwest coast. This unit has lessons and activities for a detailed study of this group of first Americans. The lessons include close reading selections covering the history of Southwest Coast
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Susan B. Anthony Lesson and Pop Up Book Teach your students about Susan B. Anthony with the lessons included in this lesson. Learn about her work in the women's suffrage movement as well as the abolitionist movement. Once students have learned
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Ruby Bridges Lesson and Pop Up Book This unit will allow your class to learn about Ruby Bridges and how she integrated New Orleans public schools. Once students, have finished learning about Ruby Bridges they can create their own Ruby Bridges pop
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The American Revolution: Lesson and Pop Up Book Study the American Revolution with your students. This lesson is designed to teach students about the causes of the American Revolution. Topics covered include the Stamp Act, the Townsend Acts, The
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First Thanksgiving Fun! Have fun teaching your students about the first Thanksgiving between the Wampanoag Native Americans and the Pilgrims. This lesson also gives students an opportunity to focus on what they are grateful for this Thanksgiving.
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Black History Freedom Quilt Create a freedom quilt with your class using these directions, parent letter, and grading rubric. A fun activity to get your students excited about their African American history projects. This project will allow your
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This product is designed to help your students learn about the history of the democratic process. Students will learn about representation, and the importance of leaders remembering the needs of their constituents. Students will also learn about
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a National Board Certified Teacher with 14 years of public education experience. I have taught all subjects in 1st, 2nd, 5th, and 6th grades. My endorsement is in Math, and Math and Reading are my two favorite subjects to teach.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a hands on teacher, and love incorporating literacy into all subjects that I teach.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

National Board Middle Childhood Generalist

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Dartmouth College - BA University of Illinois at Springfield - MA

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I love to travel the world in my spare time. I see myself as a lifelong learner, and traveling always teaches me something new. In addition, I enjoy yoga and always try to remain rejuvinated. By rejuvinating myself, I become a better teacher for my students.

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