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Dorene Bates

What great ideas. I plan to share this with my Kindergarten teachers next year. Thanks for sharing!

Larena Kern

I love your ideas!! The reproducibles are a great resource as well, and the math notebooks look like such a great way for students to make connections! What else do you do with them, and is it a curriculum you follow? Thanks a bunch!


WOW! I love your site! I found you on pinterest and have seriously spent over an hour just looking through all the things you have! Thank you SO much for sharing everything! I am going to be teaching K for the first time this year and your unit plans and templates are much appreciated!


I can't tell you how awesome I think your math problem solving journal has been. My kids and I explored it this year and now the other three kindergarten teachers want to jump into it too. Thanks again for sharing it with us!
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Thank you for sharing this unit!

I am THRILLED that you are blogging again!! You have been in my RSS feed since I began teaching kindergarten again in 2010. I hope you are having a fantastic summer!

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Debbie Carroll

I'm not a kindergarten teacher but I would like to know where you purchased the owls that you're going to use for pencils. I hosting an owl themed baby shower and would love to purchase a couple as well. Funny though, I'm a secretary at an elementary school and I LoVE kindergarten!

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Great website..One can tell where your dedication flourishes. This is the American Spirit.


I love this! How can I find these pages pictured above to print and use in my classroom?


I think your measurement unit is amazing! I've used the capacity and weight and am looking forward to using your area activities. I really appreciate your visuals and how you present your lessons as it is easy to follow. Thanks for sharing! You're an awesome teacher!


Thank you for the wonderful hands on activities for math. I am going to use them this year. Thank you for visuals.

Shari Williams

Thank you for the opportunity to experience with color tile activities. I am a student teacher and the measurement lesson was wonderful. Thanks again


Thank-you for sharing your detailed lessons and resources! Really find them helpful and informative. Wondering if you could look at the Emma and Andrew's window paper. I printed it off and Emma's window is not quite 6 inches x 2 inches, so when the kids did it today, the one inch squares did not fit in evenly. Andrew's held 12, but Emma's came up short :( Thanks so much!

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