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This Winter Animals Dobber Pack can be used to supplement your unit on winter animals or arctic animals. This pack includes pages for a seal, snowy owl, arctic fox, arctic hare, penguin, and polar bear. Use Winter Animals Dobber Pack for: math
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This Dental Health Activity Pack can be used while learning about dental health. This pack includes three separate dental health themed activities: Healthy Teeth Food Sort; Toothbrush Number Match, and Toothbrush Tracing. Print these activities
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Luck o’the Irish to ya! This St. Patrick’s Day Dobber Pack can be used to celebrate and teach kiddos about the holiday. This pack includes a total of fifteen pages. Though the St. Patrick’s Day Dobber Pack was created for use with dobbers, also
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Roll and Count Winter Animals can be used to supplement your winter animals unit. This pack includes a playing mat (to be copied for each student/group), four different sets of animal cards to play four different ways, a record sheet, an example
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Bring a little winter indoors with this SNOWMAN DOBBER PACK! This pack includes sixteen snowman themed pages. Use dobbers, aka dot markers or bingo dobbers regular markers, crayons, watercolors, finger paint, colored pencils, or even glitter and
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These interactive NO PREP printables allow students to practice fine motor skills and letter identification at the same time! This activity is aligned to Common Core State Standard RF.K.1d. Students identify, cut, and glue each letter of the
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Happy Valentine’s Day!! This Valentine’s Day Dobber Pack is an expanded version of my Valentine’s Day Dobber Pack Freebie! This pack includes the four Valentine’s Day themed pages from the Freebie, plus an additional 22 NEW pages, for use with
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These interactive NO PREP printables allow students to practice fine motor skills and initial letter sound identification at the same time! Both color and black and white copies are included. Each letter includes two sheets, except B has 3 sheets,
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Smile! February is Dental Health Month! Use this mini math and literacy resource for your dental health printables, worksheets, or activities. Use this resource for math centers, literacy centers, early finishers, seatwork, homework, intervention
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This Winter Animal PreK Puzzle Pack includes four total puzzles. Each puzzle is in a different form, allowing for kiddos of all abilities to participate. Cut out, attach to construction paper, tag board, poster board, or cardstock, or simply
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The Snowflake Color Match with Color Names will provide your kiddos a fun way to learn or reinforce colors and color names. Students can match the snowflakes to the correct color or the color word on the Matching Mat, or set up matching how YOU
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Luck o’the Irish to ya! Roll and Count St. Patrick’s Day can be used to celebrate the holiday. This pack includes a playing mat (to be copied for each student/group), four different sets of clover cards to play four different ways, a record sheet,
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Happy Easter!! This Easter Dobber Pack can be used to supplement your Easter themed lessons. This pack includes twenty-three student dobber pages!! Though this dobber pack was created for use with dobbers, also known as dot markers or bingo
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Go under the sea with this Common Core aligned resource. Use for math centers, small group instruction, early finishers, independent practice, or even homework. This resource is divided into 3 levels. Level 1 Introduce students to the concept
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This Color It! Letter Activities A-Z NO PREP printables allow students to learn about each letter of the alphabet Students will learn beginning letter sounds as they color a variety of pictures that begin with each letter of the alphabet. The
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The Heart Color Match with Color Names will provide your kiddos a fun way to learn or reinforce colors and color names. Students can match the hearts to the correct color or the color word on the Matching Mat, or set up matching how YOU wish on the
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Happy Easter! Roll and Count Easter can be used to celebrate the holiday. This pack includes a playing mat (to be copied for each student/group), four different sets of egg cards to play four different ways, a record sheet, an example card, and an
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The I Can Say, Find, Write, Draw: Winter activity will provide your kiddos a fun activity to practice letter/sound identification, as well as writing practice and vocabulary development. Students will say, find, write and draw winter letters and
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These Winter Animals Number Mazes can be used to supplement your winter animals lessons. This pack includes a total of ten different puzzles, answer keys for each puzzle, and an instruction page. Print these mazes out for individual use, laminate
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Roll and Count Penguins can be used to supplement your penguins unit. This pack includes a playing mat (to be copied for each student/group), four different sets of animal cards to play four different ways, a record sheet, an example card, and an
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My journey as a teacher has taken me on quite the adventure! It began right after earning my BA in 2005. I was ecstatic when I gained entrance into my first of many classrooms. I was hired at a residential facility for (mostly) troubled youth. As a special education teacher, I began to learn the ropes. The next year I remained with the organization but switched to teaching secondary English. Though I loved the kids and the company, the position was quite stressful. Therefore, the following year I accepted a position as the Teacher Director/Site Director of my local Head Start. Again, I loved the kiddos, but my husband had recently lost his job due to layoffs, so I went in search of a position that paid a bit more. I found it as a middle school special education teacher, where I remained for three years, teaching all core subjects to students from fourth through eighth grades. During this time, I had earned my MA, and I was interested in finding a position in administration. So when I was offered to serve as part time teacher, part time Director of Special Education for a small rural district, I quickly accepted. Unfortunately, the drive was rather lengthy, so my search for the perfect job continued. I enjoyed my time teaching English, so I began looking for a position as a high school English teacher. I found a wonderful district working with wonderful people, so I taught high school language arts for two years. Back when I had taught Head Start, I became familiar with our local special education cooperative. I remained in contact with their director over the years, but they rarely had job openings. It has often occurred to me that I have changed jobs and districts fairly regularly. I had come to a point in my career where I wanted to build lasting relationships with a district. I loved teaching English, but a job opening had finally opened up with the special education cooperative. I decided to make one more transition, hoping this district will be my last. I am currently with this cooperative as an early childhood special education teacher, and I'm loving every minute of it!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach with the philosophy that every child can learn. I strive to be fair to all students, keeping in mind that fair does not always mean equal. Therefore, I emphasize differentiated instruction in my classroom. I also work to create student-centered instruction, with the end goal in mind. Finally, my lessons are highly data driven, focusing on what my students need, and adjusting as needed.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am a proud graduate of Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. In 2005, I received my BA in English emphasizing Professional Writing. In 2009, I received my MA in Teaching, Multidisciplinary Studies, also from WU. I am currently pursuing my Educational Specialist degree in School Systems, Superintendency, and Leadership (only one more class to go-YAY!). And, yes, it's from Webster as well.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I live in central Missouri, as I have my entire life. My goofy husband and two krazy kiddos keep me company. We love spending time together and just hanging out as a family. We are also involved in 4-H, where I volunteer as a Clover Kids leader. I love to read, write, and teach.

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