UNC-Greensboro (Human Dev. B-K)
Hey there!!! I am a former Kindergarten teacher who taught at a private school for seven years. I decided to leave the classroom to pursue other passions, but I still love children and helping others. I am originally from south Florida but I have lived in North Carolina since middle school. As a child I participated in many activities including bowling, dance, gymnastics, and basketball. I stuck with basketball the longest and played through high school.
As a teenager, I babysat a lot, so I knew that when I grew up I wanted to work with children. After graduating high school, I attended UNG-Greensboro and majored in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in birth-kindergarten. The school I went onto teach at was very focused on phonics. As a child I didn't enjoy reading, but as an adult, I realized how vital it is in order to be successful in school. I would love to do what I can to help children develop their phonics and vocabulary skills in order to help them be effective communicators and successful in school and in life!
I taught basic grammar in the classroom for seven years; properly using uppercase letters and punctuation. I also have the skill to make grammar, reading, and vocabulary activities fun and hands on.
I have excellent penmanship and for seven years I taught kindergarteners how to properly form lowercase and uppercase.
I have a strong background in teaching phonics and helping children learn how to sound out new words independently. Saying the alphabet followed by their sounds is a fun, interactive way for students to learn how to successfully sound out new words.
If you want to see how fun learning phonics, grammar, and reading can be I am definitely the tutor for you!! Hey there!!! I am a former Kindergarten teacher who taught at a private school for seven years. I decided to leave the classroom to pursue other passions, but I still love children and helping others. I am originally from south Florida but I have lived in North Carolina since middle school. As a child I participated in many activities including
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