Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Featured Teacher Tuesday - Week 9

Welcome back for another round of Featured Teacher Tuesday! This week, meet Sarah Hankinson from Learning is for Superstars!


Sarah and her husband, Josh, just had the adoption of their daughters finalized! They were foster parents for these girls for 414 days before they became a forever family.

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Sarah is in her fifteenth year of teaching in central Virginia and is a Liberty University graduate. She taught 8 years in fourth grade before moving six years ago to first grade. She has an interesting group this year - a combination of first and second graders! All of these years have been at the same school.


Even with the business of life and teaching a combo class, she loves to create whenever possible!  The most popular item in her Teachers Pay Teachers store is her money pack for first graders. It is full of counting pennies, nickels, and dimes individually and in mixed groups. There are picture cards with money amounts to sort and match, along with printables for each coin. Since Sarah teaches in VA, which does not have Common Core standards, this is designed to meet Standards of Learning for Virginia.



Another popular unit is her Benjamin Franklin pack, one of the famous Americans taught to first graders in Virginia, although the social studies standards change for next year! Included is an informational booklet, along with word/picture matching cards, word search, and comprehension questions.


Who doesn’t need a quick print and go, especially at this time of the year?! Look no further! Sarah’s Christmas print and go is perfect for your first graders! Full of 20 black and white printables, including labeling, beginning sounds, syllables, CVC words, writing prompts, alphabetical order, addition fact fluency, and word problems!



And for a winter freebie, which will last you past Christmas and into January! Children LOVE "I Spy" activities and this one reviews the ability to distinguish between long and short vowel sounds.



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As always, thank you for stopping by! :)

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