The Primary Gal

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Make progress monitoring for RTI and IEP goals easier with these pre-written goals that make data collection a breeze! You’ll get two forms to assess letters, sounds, decoding, fact fluency, basic computation, and MORE. Progress Monitoring for RTI
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Wanting to differentiate your groups or centers when practicing sight words? I did too, so I created an easy system for allowing all of my students to work on their own sight words at their own pace. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
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Need a little added engagement at the end of the school year? My kids always LOVE planning their own summer vacations. This activity allows your students to fully research, calculate costs, make decisions based on their budget, while they plan for a
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This newly updated product includes so many possibilities for progress monitoring! Create instant graphs with data collected on a weekly, bi-weekly, or tri-weekly basis. My students also love using the printable forms included for their data
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This Christmas tree activity is the perfect way to incorporate reading and writing into your instruction with a fun, holiday theme. Your students will read two paired passages, the first about real Christmas Trees and the second about artificial
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We all know how critical math facts are, yet we often struggle with a good system. This system is designed to be used as a self-paced intervention to allow students to learn smaller chunks of multiplication facts at a time. Typically, we teach have
$5.00
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Wanting to differentiate your groups or centers when practicing letter sounds? I did too, so I created an easy system for allowing all of my students to work on letter sounds at their own pace. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
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I preach to my students to cite evidence from the text, but it takes a great deal of practice and instruction before they really master it. These PowerPoints, student booklet and printable will help your students cite evidence after a bit of
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Do you struggle to differentiate during centers or small group time? Bubble pages could be the solution to allow all of your students to work at their own level! This file includes templates that are ready to be customized for your classroom. I use
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Looking for word work activities that are perfect for introducing or reviewing the diphthons AU, AW, OI, OU, and OY? These centers were designed with differentiation in mind and are ready for an array of levels in the general education or special
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Make progress monitoring for behavior RTI and IEP goals easier with these pre-written goals that make data collection a breeze! Assess Habits of Learning, Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Skills, Weekly Classroom Performance, and MORE! Progress
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Wanting to differentiate your groups or centers when practicing letter recognition, letter sounds, sight words, and number recognition? I did too, so I created an easy system for allowing all of my students to work on mastering letters, sounds,
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My students LOVE Book Clubs! These printable booklets allow you to task your students with a job while working together to tackle their book. This product allows students to be the Discussion Director, Summarizer, Illustrator, and Word Wonderer as
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Do you struggle to organize your special education caseload? Me too! Well, that is until I started putting it into a well organized binder. This special education binder is a collection of customizable forms that I have used for caseload management
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Looking for word work activities that are perfect for introducing or reviewing CVC words? These centers were designed with differentiation in mind and are ready for an array of levels in the general education or special education classroom.
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Long Division Interactive Notebook This interactive notebook is designed to help you teach or reinforce the common core standard 5.NBT.6. I believe that part of the interactive notebook success is that it gives students the opportunity to create
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Looking for a great way to introducing making inferences? I love using this packet and The Giving Tree. In this packet, you will find vocabulary posters for displaying while presenting the skill, example task cards for preparing students for
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We all know that Halloween can be a hectic time as an elementary teacher. I believe that you can either work with it or against it! This activity allows your students to fully research, budget, and plan for a Halloween party. This packet includes
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We all know how critical math facts are, yet we often struggle with a good system. This system is designed to be used as a self-paced intervention to allow students to learn smaller chunks of addition facts at a time. Typically, we teach have
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Need a little added engagement at the end of the school year? My kids always LOVE finding local attractions to plan their own summer STAYcations. This activity allows your students to fully research, calculate costs, make decisions based on their
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

In my five years of experience, I've taught a little bit of everything! During my first year of teaching, I taught kindergarten through third grade special education. I absolutely loved every minute of it, and saw myself in this setting for many years to come. Due to a difficult and academically low group of students, I moved to upper elementary to follow my third grade students from the prior year. Initially, I wondered if I was suited to teach upper elementary. I soon learned that I loved it just as much. During my second year, I taught fourth and fifth grade special education. I loved my school, principal, students, and fellow teachers, but my daughter was beginning kindergarten at another school. When I had the opportunity to switch school districts to be with my daughter, I did. I began teaching fifth grade general education in a school that departmentalizes. I had the privilege of focusing only on math, science, and social studies. The following year, I pulled double duty! I taught fifth grade general education AND serviced our students with disabilities in kindergarten through fifth grade. It was quite a challenge, but I absolutely loved it. This year, I am back in the primary grades and can feel like the store name The Primary Gal is a fit again! I am doing special education in kindergarten and first grade!

MY TEACHING STYLE

With my special education background, I feel that my teaching style is quite unique. I strive to have a differentiated classroom, that integrates technology, and creates an environment that allows my students to feel successful.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Special Education

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended Indiana University where I received my bachelor's degree in elementary education as well as an endorsement in special education. I am currently enrolled at Ball State University to work towards my master's degree in special education.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a wife and mother of two beautiful daughters. I love spending time with my family, being outdoors, binge watching Netflix, and reading!

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