Blog Hoppin' and Mentor Textin'! - Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom

Blog Hoppin' and Mentor Textin'!

Hey friends! I hope you're having a good weekend! I'm enjoying my LONG weekend, and starting this Sunday off with a fun Blog Hop!

Diane and Amelia are celebrating some huge milestones, and they want YOU to be big winners!
     

You could win THE best sharpener ever... AND a laminator, sticker maker, or $25 gift card! WOWEE!! 

If you are visiting and just hearing about the hop, click on Fifth in the Middle's Button above to start from the beginning (there is a little scavenger hunt to complete)! 

If you are here on the hop, make sure you follow each blog on the hop for the rafflecopter, too!

Good luck! I hope one of my awesome readers is the winner!!! :) :)
Next up, I want to share about one of my favorite mentor texts to read!
I mentioned it on Tuesday in this post, and said I needed to make a unit for it because I do love it so much! There is just so much you can use this book for, soooooo I'm working on the unit now, but here is a little freebie for inferring to tie you over until it's done. :) Feedback is always appreciated if you download it!
       
I'll let you know when the whole unit is done, and of course, give away a few to my loyal readers! :o)

Click below to head over to the Collaboration Cuties to see other mentor text link-ups and to get to the next stop in the blog hop:

12 comments

  1. Thank you for the freebie. I am really looking forward to using it with my kiddos later this year.

    Hunter's Teaching Tales
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  3. Thanks so much for this freebie-a great activity. I left feedback on tpt.

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  4. Love your schema/inferences chart and will pass this on to a former fifth grade teaching partner. Thanks so much for sharing!

    Smiles,
    Sarah @ Hoots N Hollers

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  5. Would this text be appropriate for Native Americans in social studies? What region would you say they live in?

    Diane

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  6. Thank you so much for the freebie! This text will go great with my first ELA unit! Also, thanks so much for the Mini Graphic Organizers that you gave through Amelia and Diane's giveaway! Love, love, love them!
    Wendy
    One Happy Teacher

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  7. I am sure that I already mentioned to you that I took this book out in preparation for your mentor sentence unit - it is now in the bin on my desk ready to go - I am printing out this freebie and will put it in the book - thank you so much - you are making my teaching life a little easier :)

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  8. I love this book. Thank you for the freebie! So excited that it even says "schema"!

    Don't Let the Teacher Stay Up Late
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  9. Thank you for the freebie! Now that you are working for more to go with this book, I HAVE to get it! :)
    ~Holly
    Fourth Grade Flipper

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  10. I have this book, and I love it.
    Thank you for the freebie. I'm on my way to download it.

    Mary
    Fit to be Fourth
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  11. Wow- from your freebie (thanks, for that!!) it sounds like an amazing book! I may have to save it for the middle of the year for my third graders, but it's going on the wish list! Thanks for sharing!

    Kelly

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  12. I have this book!! Somewhere...now to just find it...in the classroom or buried in a box at home...hmmm... Thanks so much for the freebie! I've posted to Pinterest in hopes to share your kindness.

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