Sandra Lundy

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Recent Posts by Sandra

Tue Nov 25, 2014 3:48 PM in Advice for new teachers
I am just starting out also, and I am just as nervous! I will give you some advice that I have been given these past few months. - Keep everything (lessons, conferences, etc.). Even though it might not work for one class, it might for another the next year. - Create a sense of community in your classroom. Have jobs for them, do things together, hold them accountable, etc. - Never take work hom...

Tue Nov 25, 2014 3:30 PM in Living and Nonliving things
I am a student teacher and I have taught this lesson in my cooperating teacher's classroom. I figured out that they pretty much know what living and non-living things are, they just need help identifying what makes them living and non-living. I chose to do an activity where they are comparing the two with the specific attributes. Activities: Recording sheet with sorting cards. After introduc...

Tue Nov 25, 2014 3:19 PM in Student Teaching
I like this advice. It is okay to be nice and friendly, but just not their friends. They will definitely take advantage of this when it comes to you having to discipline them and redirect them. Take this advice and set your rules and management expectations ahead of time and stick to them; you will appreciate this later in the year.

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Living and Non-Living

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Teaching Living and Non-Living Things in Kindergarten

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