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All About Me!

Hello! My name is Catherine Monaco. I am the UPK teacher in room 114. I taught Pre-K from 2008 to 2018 at St. Joseph's College. I have teaching certifications in General Education (Birth-2nd Grade, 1st-6th Grade) and Special Education (Birth to 2nd Grade). I also have a Master’s Degree in Literacy and I am currently working towards my teaching certification in TESOL (Teaching English as a Second Language).

Last year, I took a year off from teaching to study Greek, volunteer, spend time with my family and substitute teach in Kindergarten to 8th grade. I have four children and only have two left at home. My youngest is 14. I have a dog named Lucy. I love to travel, garden, read, build things, face paint, ski and have fun!
 

Posts

Little White Duck by, Walt Whippo (Friday's Book Reading)

After listening to the book Little White Duck, your activity for today will be to complete the Duck worksheet which I will post on the webpage. For the Duck worksheet, they will trace the word duck (which is written in yellow) on the first line. On the second line, write the word duck on your own, and at the bottom of the worksheet draw a picture of a duck.

Five Green and Speckled Frogs by, Priscilla Burris (Thursday's Book Reading)

After listening to the book Five Green and Speckled Frogs, your activity for today is to go on Flip grid, click on topics, and click on the topic that's titled: Pretend to be a frog. Upload a video of you pretending to be a frog. You can make a sound that a frog makes, doing leap frog, or catching flies with your tongue. Have fun!

Wednesday social studies lesson

Animals and their babies. Add your pet and what it was called as a baby.

Barn Yard Song by, Rhonda Gowler Greene (Wednesday's Book Reading)

After listening to the book Barn Yard Song, your activity for today is to complete the Baby animals worksheet which is posted on the webpage. What they have to do is circle the baby animals that live on the farm.