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Lesson Plans In a Nutshell and Catch-up

So, I have done 4 weeks worth of lesson plans so far this school year. I will be tackling the general structure of my daily and weekly lesson plans, as well as what activities I have done for these past 4 weeks in this post. 2,607 more words

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My K2 Curriculum

So, lets talk curriculum shall we? While I was in college, I worked at a day care. While I was there, I worked in the K2 class, the K3 class, and the K4 class. 553 more words

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Why I started this Blog

On September 1, 2014 I began homeschooling. Now, I am not into anything really complicated – I am just scheduling some daily activities with my 2 year old – or so I thought. 338 more words

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The 5 Senses: A Seasonal Writing Prompt

Autumn is my favorite time of year, and officially begins tonight. Change is everywhere, and fall, like every other season, is absolutely an experience of the five senses.  134 more words

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Fun with End Punctuation

A big part of becoming a fluent and expressive reader is identifying the different types of end punctuation and recognizing their purpose. I developed this interactive activity to help my young readers become more engaged with the texts they read and begin to understand the role of punctuation in reading and writing. 156 more words

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Learning to Ride a Bike

DynaVox Diaries Entry #10

When we took our Life Skills K-2 class out to ride bikes (actually trikes) this spring, I noticed Janelle standing next to one for several minutes without moving.   889 more words

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Planning for project-based learning in primary school

Below I am going to post a .pdf of one of my typical programs for a primary school #PBL project. I’ve been asked to share this before and have previously given this link to  544 more words