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I have a total of 27 years teaching experience . After I received my M.Ed. from the University of Florida (hence the name "HappyEdugator"), I began teaching in elementary school, where I taught pull-out remedial classes for grades 2-5 and a section of K-1. Then I taught Pre-K for 5 years, before I went up to Middle School, where I have been in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. Last year, I went back to 1st grade in a private setting. I have traveled worldwide and am also fluent in Spanish.

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I have a total of 27 years teaching experience . After I received my M.Ed. from the University of Florida (hence the name "HappyEdugator"), I began teaching in elementary school, where I taught pull-out remedial classes for grades 2-5 and a section of K-1. Then I taught Pre-K for 5 years, before I went up to Middle School, where I have been in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. Last year, I went back to 1st grade in a private setting. I have traveled worldwide and am also fluent in Spanish.
Feeling Sad - How to Feel Better PowerPoint
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Feeling Sad - How to Feel Better PowerPoint

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Sometimes kids need to know how to control their feelings. It is okay to feel sad, but how do we feel better? This PowerPoint walks them through four strategies for coping with sadness. Great minilesson for a teacher to give at the beginning of the year or for a school counselor to give to a group of students who need strategies for dealing with crying and depression. - Happyedugator
Pretend to Be an Animal Cards
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Pretend to Be an Animal Cards

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Pretend to Be an Animal Cards. A fun circle time dramatic play activity. Students come up and draw a card on a stick (or just a card if you do not wish to use sticks) and then act out the animal they selected in the middle of the circle. They may ask for ideas from other students if they do not know how to act like the animal they chose. When finished, the student selects another classmate to select a card. Play continues until all the students have had a turn. There are a total of 32 cards to choose from. Enjoy! - HappyEdugator
Building Brick Games
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Building Brick Games

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Ten activities to do with building brick blocks. Use the games individually on separate occasions, or make stations with them and have an event. Print out the cards and use to mark each station. Students go from station to station to complete the activities on the card. You can also break them into teams and see which team completes the activities first. Enjoy! - HappyEdugator