Native Americans

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Last week was kind of a blur for me.  Our AMAZING school was honored at the Alabama Reading  Association’s fall conference in Montgomery for winning the Exemplary Reading Program Award for the state of Alabama.  Our Leadership team had the opportunity to do a presentation at the conference so there was LOTS of planning, preparation and then 2 days out of the classroom.  All that to say I am BEHIND in the blogging world and I am sorry!  Here are a few math and literacy centers that my kiddos worked on last week and be on the look out tomorrow for our centers from this week.  If you like something you see let me know and I will be glad to send it to you!  Happy Hump Day!  πŸ™‚

64 Comments

  1. Love your Native American centers. Thank you for sharing your center ideas. I am sending you my email address. Please send me a copy of your centers. I have to ask you what part of Alabama are you located? Congratulation on you award.
    Deneen
    address-lelemt@aol.com

  2. Hi Deneen! Our school is Big Spring Lake Kindergarten School and we are located in Albertville, AL. πŸ™‚

  3. Congrats on your reward!! I love keeping up with your blog and I completely understand how time can get away from you. If you don't mind sharing I'd love to use your centers in my classroom. Thanks again!! Natalie

    natalie_u00@msn.com

  4. That is awesome! It's always exciting getting recognized for doing what you do everyday!

    I love your Native American centers! But then again I love all of your centers! You are amazing!!!

    I would love to grab them, thank you for sharing! My email is ashley_b123@hotmail.com

  5. Congratulations on the award. It is great to be recognized for all the hard work we do. Your center activities look great. I would love to have a copy if you are sharing. They would be awesome to use next week. Thank you for your great blog.
    lopezanamarie9@gmail.com

  6. cute ideas ms. maya. if you are still sharing…i would love to have a copy of your ideas.
    Congratulations to your school. It is good to be recognized for good work.
    thanks,
    lhardin@lcisd.org
    laura

  7. Love your activities and congratulations! I just sent you an email… I would love to grab them, thank you for sharing!

  8. Hi Jamie!
    Wow! You have been very busy! Congratulations! I would like to read about the presentation you do along with your school would you be able to direct me to this?
    You always respond to me and answer my questions and concerns! Many thanks!
    If you have time to send a these centers to me, I would appreciate it!
    Many thanks and now take a deep breath!
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Maryann
    brennemm@carlisleschools.org

  9. These centers are great! I love all the stuff you create πŸ™‚ If you don't mind, could I grab a copy of these to use with my kiddos?! Thanks a bunch… and congrats to you and your school for that wonderful award! Way to go!
    ~Ashley
    ammascioli@gmail.com

  10. Congrats on the award! It is so nice to hear good things about schools and teachers. I am a kinder teacher in Michigan and would love to have a copy of your Native American unit. I am a little behind myself with parent teacher conferences and short weeks. Thankfully there is college football today to help me catch up. My e-mail is willoughbykdg@yahoo.com. Thanks you so much, and I know my kinders will thank you also.
    Denise

  11. These centers are cute, but highly inappropriate. If you are going to teach about Native Americans you shouldn't mock their culture with cartoon pictures of them and ceremonial subjects that are extremely symbolic (like tipis and feather headdresses). I think you should remove this post to avoid spreading this cultural insensitivity.

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