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Hello! I’m Debora.
I have truly loved teaching grades K-4 during my 30+ years. Currently, I am teaching kindergarten using research based games and activities and best practices. My goal is to add a little magic to learning and help my students set and achieve their goals! Even our littlest learners can do it!
My teaching style is child centered and flexible. I work to build the curiosity of the child. I love to play games and have fun each day in the classroom! I try to take research and standards to create magical activities with the learners in my class always in my mind!
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This resource is not only useful but so adorable. My student’s enjoyed practicing the alphabet letter of the week by reading the poems.
Kelly KKindergarten Teacher
This is worth every penny and exactly what i’ve been looking for. So many different formats to meet the needs of diverse learners and students on different levels.
Laralynn C.Kindergarten Teacher
My students loved this activity and were very actively engaged in completing the tasks. The tasks were perfect. I would strongly recommend for any students practicing blending and segmenting syllables.
Sandra CarpentieriFirst Grade Teacher
I had a student request unicorns, and this product delivered. Rainbows and unicorns. A fun way to practice sight words. Reinforcing and adorable. Love it!
Kathryn A.Kindergarten Teacher
Cute poems – easy to individualize objectives within the same resource. This activity can be shared during group lessons or individual lessons in a breakout room. Students can annotate on their copies to circle / underline . . . letters, rhyming words, pictures, answer questions etc.
Gretchen S.K/1 Teacher
The rhyming posters worked very well during our journal time and in our literacy block. Students easily found sight words to use in their writing because they were familiar with the rhyming picture. Great resource for building confidence in writing.
Kolleen C.Kindergarten Teacher
Great, easy prep way for kids to practice beginning sounds – thank you!
Mary R.1st Grade Teacher
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