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Mrs. Zeigler

Mrs. Zeigler - Kindergarten Teacher
BS in Elementary Education 
from Kansas State University



About Mrs. Zeigler

My name is Annette Zeigler and I have been a teacher for 16 years.  I have taught 4th grade and kindergarten during that time frame.  I hold a Bachelors of Science degree in Elementary Education from Kansas State University.  Go Wildcats!

I have lived in the Natoma area with my husband for 20 years.  We have two children and live on a farm.

My hobbies include attending all of my children’s events, flower gardening, reading and exercising.

I am a life long learner and hope to instill that same goal in my students.  I feel so blessed to be a part of the Natoma School District and community!


Classroom Activities and Websites


Kindergarten ipad apps




  1. iCan Write
  2. iWrite Words
  3. Kids Writing Pad
  4. Sentence Builder
  5. Toonastic


  1. Alpha Writer
  2. Bob Books #2: Reading Magic HD
  3. C is for Cow
  4. Clifford’s BE Big With Words
  5. Licking Letters
  6. Pogg – Spelling & Verbs
  7. Teach Me: Kindergarten
  8. Word Magic


  1. Professor Garfield Fact or Opinion
  2. Question Builder
  3. Speech With Milo: Sequencing


  1. Montessori Crosswords
  2. Wurdle
  3. Word SLapPs
  4. MadLibs


  1. Literacy
  2. Abc pocket phonics lite
  3. Literacy
  4. Preschool Memory Match
  5. Magic Reading Skill 1
  6. Magic Reading Part 2
  7. Sentence Magic 1
  8. ABC Magic
  9. ABC Magic 2
  10. Spelling Magic 1
  11. Photo Touch Site Words
  12. Touch & Learn Numbers & Letters
  13. ABC Photo Touch
  14. Robot Reader
  15. Interactive Alphabet
  16.  iSpy Phonics
  17. ABC Expedition
  18. ABC Song Piano
  19. Alphabytes
  20. Word Wizard: Talking Movable Alphabet & Spelling Test for Kids
  21. Bob Books #1-Reading Magic
  22. Word Wagon by Duck Duck Moose


  1. Number Magic 2
  2. Grasshopper (tab tale books)
  3. Montessori Numbers
  4. Park Math by Duck Duck Moose
  5. Monkey Math
  6. Butterfly Math
  7. Adding Apples
  8. Subtracting Sardines
  9. Counting Caterpillars
  10. Mia’s Playground
  11. Montessori 100 Board

Kindergarten Web Sites














Kindergarten Site Words


Sight words are words that a reader instantly knows without having to sound out.  Most children already have these words in their spoken vocabularies.  If a reader can instantly say these words, then they can focus more on unknown words along with comprehension.

Unit 1

am    I       little


the     a        to


Unit 2

have   is     like


my    we     for




Unit 3

me              she              with


look            see               of


they            you


Unit 4

are              do               that


one             two             three


four            five             from


here            go


Unit 5

blue            green          yellow


said             was             what


come           where


Unit 6

do               here            little


what           with            come


go               is                 that


where         from           like


the              to                was


for              my              of


we               yellow         blue


four            have           they


two             look            said


see               three           you


Number Poems

The following are the number poems we use in class.  These poems will help remind your child how to write his or her numbers correctly.


0  Around we go, that's the way to make a zero.

1  One is fun.

2  Around the track and back.  Two, two, two.

3  Around the tree, around the tree, this is how we make a three.

4  Down and over and down some more, this is how we make a four.

5  Down and around, put a hat on top.  Five, five, five.

6  Down and make a loop, six rolls a hula hoop.

7  Across the sky and down from heaven, this is how we make a seven.

8  Make an S and don’t be late.  Come straight up and it makes an eight.

9  Make a circle and then a line.  This is how we make a nine.



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High School: 785-885-4849Elementary: 785-885-4478

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