Welcome! I’m excited you dropped in. I look forward to sending you free resources to help you save time with your planning and spark excitement for learning in your students!
This blog will be sharing social emotional tips and resources because I believe this is the foundation for all other learning that takes place! This is a love of mine along with Project-Based Learning.
I believe providing engaging, hands on Project Based Learning and a little mystery across all subjects from time to time can help children look forward to learning each day!
Learning should be FUN! They should be the researchers, thinkers, and Little Detectives discovering their strengths on topics of interest. Believe it or not PBL can be done even with all those standards!!
If you would like to sign up for a free social emotional blank lesson plan and one week of free lessons you can download that HERE!
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I have been in education for 17 years!
I have taught Second grade and worked in Public School Special Education Preschool classrooms. I also worked with students with Multiple Disabilities in Special needs classrooms up to grade 12.
I was also a licensed child care provider so I could stay home and raise my son which was an amazing blessing to be home. I am glad to have those memories!
I have been a director and a classroom teacher of a nature inspired Project-Based Early Learning program. I love the Reggio inspired philosophy and nature curriculum for our earliest learners.
I have also worked as an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant assisting teachers with children in their classrooms with Social Emotional Learning needs. I enjoyed providing strategies to strengthen the child’s initiative, self-regulation, and attachment based on the data collected from parents and teachers.
Bachelor’s in Science Degree in Elementary Education (Elementary Teaching license Pre-K-3) Master of Education in Special Education (licensed Early Childhood Intervention Specialist Pre-K-3)