Meet the Team
My name is Angie Olson
I am the teacher and founder of Lucky Little Learners. I created Lucky Little Learners as a way to connect with and support teachers. I believe teachers have the most important job on the planet.
I have taught kindergarten, first, and second grade. I received my master’s degree in mathematics and find that the research and learning that took place to earn this degree plays a direct impact on the quality of the resources that we create for teachers.
Lucky Little Learners started as a hobby for me and has now evolved into a team of master teachers who are passionate about making an impact on the field of education.
We are committed to supporting the teacher community by donating to several causes. Learn more
Our goal is to inspire and support the education community one teacher, one resource, and one interaction at a time.
Lucky 2nd Grade Teachers
Our Facebook group consists of primarily 2nd grade teachers who love to share, collaborate, and help. The group is growing very fast because of the content that is being shared and the support that is offered. We’d love to have you join us!
Mary Kate Bolinder earned her degree in elementary and special education from Cabrini University. She has taught Kindergarten, and supported special needs students in grades K-6. While her career path started as a teacher, she always dreamed of becoming a professional writer. Now she gets to experience the best of both worlds as she writes about teaching, and teaches about writing.
Teri Holehouse earned her bachelor’s degree in both elementary education & early childhood education from the University of North Dakota. Later, she earned her master’s degree in curriculum & instruction from St. Catherine University. She’s been teaching since 2010. She has taught Kindergarten, Fourth Grade, and is currently teaching First Grade. Teri lives in Minnesota with her husband, two daughters, and son.
I have always been passionate about working with children and have been working for the past 7 years as a second grade Special Education Teacher within the New York City Department of Education. I have my Master’s of Science Degree in Education from Hunter College, with a specialization in Childhood Special Education with Learning Disabilities. Working firsthand inside the classroom has allowed me to truly understand the importance of adapting lessons to enrich a student’s learning experience. That is why I believe that learning should be hands-on, visual, interactive and fun! With the right resources and strategies, I know all students can succeed. When I’m not teaching, you can find me spending time with my husband and two children, or behind the lens photographing the world around me.