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I use this as part of my daily reading centers. Students really enjoy rolling the dice to get the different combinations of settings, good, and evil characters and creating a story from it.
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Here is the complete pack of sight words. These sentences are great for reading centers and individual student practice. Simply cut out the strips and put them on a ring. (you can also leave them as individual strips or organize them however you
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This activity allows students to recognize the patterns in words that rhyme/word families. They are given a word and then directed to spell a serious of rhyming words by changing the beginning sound only. This can be done as a worksheet or used in
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Create two dice: one will tell the student what number they are going to use to create a fraction(number dice), the second dice will tell what the fraction is going to be (fraction dice which has halves and fourths). Use the pieces attached for
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This is an easy to make/use language arts center. Rhyming can be one of the hardest concepts to teach kindergarten students...but everyone loves pizza! My students love this center activity because they like "playing with the pizzas". Little do
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This is a simple template that helps students think about themselves and what makes them special and apply it to their writing. Students can complete this as a writing lesson, as a project, or in a writing center. It goes along with teaching the
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I use these stories to integrate our fairy tale unit with math (addition). I do this whole group only because some students are unable to read the stories independently. You can print them out and staple them together to make a book or you can use
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These sentences are great for reading centers and individual student practice. Simply cut out the strips and put them on a ring. (you can also leave them as individual strips or organize them however you want). Students touch each dot as they read
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These sentences are great for reading centers and individual student practice. Simply cut out the strips and put them on a ring. (you can also leave them as individual strips or organize them however you want). Students touch each dot as they read
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These sentences are great for reading centers and individual student practice. Simply cut out the strips and put them on a ring. (you can also leave them as individual strips or organize them however you want). Students touch each dot as they read
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The purpose of this game is to teach students how to match upper and lower case letters. I especially use this center with students who come in to kindergarten knowing only uppercase letters to have them practice matching it to lowercase letters. I
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** NEW VA STANDARDS UPDATED** Posting the SOL objectives that are being taught and updating them on a weekly basis can be a hassle! These objects are for kindergarten teachers in the state of Virginia. All you have to do is cut and laminate
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**Although this was created for kindergarten teachers in the state of VA, the units addressed are covered in most states and can be used anywhere** These pictures go with the standards for kindergarten teachers in the state of VA. Each week, I
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I have my students do this activity in a way that gets them moving around and keeps them engaged. Print out these dominoes on either card stock or laminate them. You may want to print out several sets and mix them up. You can write numbers 0-12 on
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This includes easy level 1 sight words that students may need review with or are learning. They can be used as a center during guided reading or as a whole group activity. Students will practice recognizing and identifying the letters that make up
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This is a great way to review, introduce, and teach word families. Simply cut out and laminate the pizzas and the pepperoni pizzas. Mix up the pepperonis and lay out the pizzas. Students are to look at the pictures and match them with the correct
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These sentences are great for reading centers and individual student practice. Simply cut out the strips and put them on a ring. (you can also leave them as individual strips or organize them however you want). Students touch each dot as they read
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After reading several different versions of the gingerbread man, have students create their own stories! This activity is typically done at the point in the school year were students might still be struggling with writing, are at the beginning
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Laminate and cut out these cards to help students practice identifying beginning sounds. Each pictrure card has 3 letters underneath of it. Students should say the name of the picture and choose the letter that the picture starts with. Students can
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I send this home every year with my needy students. Their parents practice spelling and writing CVC words with them. My parents really enjoy it and often ask for more list of CVC words.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have over 9 years of classroom teaching experience. I am currently a kindergarten teacher. I have been teaching kindergarten for 6 years and I think that it is the best age group to teach! I also have a Master's degree in Teaching English to Students of Other languages.

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I am a very hands on teacher. I try to stay away from boring, tedious, worksheets UNLESS they go with some type of interact center or activity. At this age group, I believe that students learn best by doing. I also have found that when the students are active and engaged with their learning, they perform better and there are less behavior issues. My teaching style is constantly evolving and changing every year with my students and I enjoy learning and growing with them.

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