Jenneffer Pinto

Hi, my name is Jenneffer Pinto. I am 26 years old, I currently work at Pneuma Christian Academy as the second-grade teacher. This is my third year at this school. My major is Early childhood education development track. I choose this major because I believe that the early stages of a child's life are the most important and that molds them in becoming successful. I will be graduating with my Bachelors in summer 2018.



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Recent Posts by Jenneffer

Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:16 PM in Garden Activities
When I was working in preschool and taught kindergarten we made our own class garden.We planned a day that each child would bring in plants, flowers, herbs, fruits, and vegetables to plant. Every day during recess we would go out and check our garden and clean, water it and update the soil if we needed too. The children loved being apart of taking care of something. It was also rewarding to the ...

Sat Nov 25, 2017 12:25 AM in Ecology
Hey Thank you so much for these great activities. The Carbon sequestering is a great activity, especially that you can take the children outside of the normal every day in class lessons. The biodiversity of rivers/creeks is a great observing activity being able to collect and group the samples they've collected. The biodiversity of fields is another great activity that you can take them outs...

Recent Reviews by Jenneffer

Sun Nov 26, 2017 8:47 PM
5 Great
This article was very resourceful. I liked how the article was organized it made it easy for me to read and follow though. The author discusses about engage and how the teacher gives the students examples of a concept making a connection to real life experiences. Explore gives the students an opportunity to be active part in the class lesson. I always knew about introducing words at the beginning, but the author here says you can introduce words in the middle. The author explains methods on how to use inquiry and gives you step by step. One in particle like was the pre-assessment how the students can work into groups on an inquiry char in pairs. You can do this instead of doing it class. This article is a great resource for you to make your science classroom exciting because the author provides the reader with great ideas that you can apply and learn from. The author is very knowledgeable about what she is talking about in the information she is talking about it applies mostly to elementary and middle age students. I do believe that some of these ideas can be use for high school if you modify some ideas into an inquiry where they can investigate something.

Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:08 PM
5 Very resourceful
Thanks Christina for posting such great resources on the food chain and food web. I also choose that topic. Your resources help me get insight on the topic. One article I enjoyed reading was what does animals eat by Lawrence F Lowery. This article gave you an insight into two different animals and discussed how their teeth and shape of their mouth (beak) can help you figure out what type of animal they eat. Also how the food chain allows us to see if there is enough food for that animal.

Sat Nov 25, 2017 1:30 AM
5 excellent
Karina your collections had very helpful resources and information. You did a great job finding resources that were related to your collections topic. Your collection help me because I also had food web and food chain. The articles you choose very easy to read and understanding. One of your article that helps me develop my lesson was the article By Christene Anne Royce because she explains in detailed a 5 e activity. Many teachers can benefit from the resources you posted. Thank you for posting your collection.

Recent Public Collections by Jenneffer

Food web/ chain

6 Resources

Savvy Consumers Through Science
Type: Journal Article

Teaching Through Trade Books: Figuring Out Food Chains
Type: Journal Article