In kindergarten, we are sure to take brain breaks often. Brain breaks are a way for students to move around after sitting for a period of time. They are usually quick, less than five minutes, and students are more refreshed and ready to continue learning after they are over. One of our favorite brain […]
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About Rachel Verble
Greetings! I am a kindergarten teacher for Chance Elementary. I have been married for four years to my husband, Steven who is a Deputy Sheriff for Boone County. Our son, Samuel, will be two at the end of August. Our family just recently moved to Centralia and we already love it! I also enjoy singing and writing.
Entries by Rachel Verble
In kindergarten, the “Elf on the Shelf” has arrived! Students were able to listen to their teacher read the story and kindergarten, as a whole, watched the Elf on the Shelf movie. Students have had so much fun looking for their class elf’s hiding spot each morning. Students are reminded that the elves watch for […]
In kindergarten, students are learning many foundational skills that will attribute to reading. For students to practice these skills independently, literacy stations on assorted topics are visited daily. One station kindergarten students may visit is a Writing Station. Early in the year, students are copying words or letters from books, practicing handwriting, and writing their […]
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