Super Education Safari
Designed by: Amber Washington

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BUCKLE UP and come with me on a super educational safari!  My name is Amber Washington and I was born and raised in Warner Robins, GA.  I am a senior at Valdosta State University and my major is Early Childhood EducationI have been at VSU for 4 years and will graduate in May 2010.  I am a member of Campus Activities Board Special Events Committee. 

My mother and I My family! My sister and me

     My mother and I            At church with the family                    Quick photo with my sister

Family is important to me! I turn to my family in times of stress, frustration, happiness, sadness, and when  I feel a good laugh is needed.  My family has motivated me every step of the way.  My mother and my sister are two of my best friends. 

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I love to read!  I can spend hours sitting in Books-A-Million flipping through the pages of books.  I think reading is not only important but it's also fun.  I hope to help each child I work with find joy in reading.  My goal is to help every child become a lifelong reader. is a great way to provide children with a fun and rewarding way to learn how to read.

I would recommend that teachers utilize a few of these websites:
  • when wanting lesson ideas or help writing lesson plans The Educator's Reference Desk provides ideas for different grade levels and content areas!
  • when wanting ideas to help with language arts lessons, educational tools, etc. visit Read Write Think!

Information Table
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Ways I Can Integrate Technology
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My LiveText Portfolio
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My Teacher Pageflakes
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Future Page for Teacher
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eBook Website
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eBook Lesson Plan 1
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eBook Lesson Plan 2
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eBook Activity

Fun and Educational Websites for Students
Social Studies
Art Museum
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I love math!!
The Solar System
The first Thanksgiving!  Native Americans and Pilgrims sharing food.
A+ Math
Discover Science
Social Studies
National Gallery of Art