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My resources are creative and they
encourage children to be creative also!
Make sure you have a lot of glue at home!
It doesn’t matter the subject, it will always
include paint, markers and lots of fun!
Miss D’s Classroom is the extra fun side! When your child attends a session, chances are they are using a worksheet created by me! I listen to all of your concerns and turn them into a worksheet or a workbook that will focus on every problem area they experience. The resources are fun to use as they allow creativity through materials such as markers, play dough and paint! Who doesn’t love to paint? Pencils are super boring unless they’re monster pencils with silly hair! And…I have those too!
Many students are in a class but are not performing at that level. This is why many classrooms have failing students. The resources I create for my students are to their level. So if my 8 year old student is working at a 5 year old level, he or she will be given 8 year old work but modified to suit a 5 year old. The aim is that all children will succeed.
Resources are created for ages Pre-K and above; mainly in the areas of Reading, Mathematics and English. Each subject is broken down based on the curriculum used by the child’s school and concepts are taught with the child’s guidance. This is why I love Leveled Work and one of the reasons the child succeeds.
Why isn’t she using a textbook? Because I don’t always have to, that’s why! Have you looked into the texts your children use. Some aren’t very engaging. And some of my students can’t even use them. But! If it helps, my resources resources are curriculum based for the Caribbean and the USA. I’ve studies Barbados’ Learning Targets and The Common Core to create resources for all.
Are you finding it hard to manage behaviour in your classroom? Don’t worry! My resources can help. I mainly work with students who have behavioural problems that teachers are having a hard time coping with. Behaviour charts, rewards, tokens and so much more may be helpful in rectifying such. You just need the right one.