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Since we’re talking about being lucky, I’d just like to take a minute to say I am SO LUCKY to be a part of the awesomeness that is TPT! And if it weren’t for TPT, I wouldn’t be lucky enough to have such wonderful best bloggy buddies! There are many more that aren’t even in this picture that I am just so blessed to have in my life!
Why do you feel lucky? Let me know in the comments! 🙂
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The first quarter is over... for some, almost half the year is done. Are you pulling your hair out, repeating your grammar and conventions lessons over and over, wondering why your students still aren't "getting it?"It doesn't have to be this way!!Come see the step-by-step breakdown of the mentor sentence routine, and try out a lesson for free in your classroom. bit.ly/JiveyStepsIt's NEVER too late to get started! ... See MoreSee Less
Coming at ya with another perfect book to use this month! The Widow's Broom by Chris Van Allsburg can be used around Halloween as a seasonal mentor text, but it's really great any time of year as it relates to tolerance and how we treat those that are different than us.In the mentor text unit I’ve made for this book, you will receive: ★a mentor sentence lesson for the book★an interactive notebook activity to review/teach prepositional phrases★seven reading ideas suggested with three activities provided: making inferences, theme, and comparing characters' reactions★one writing idea suggested with a writing prompt given★contextual vocabulary activitiesCheck it out: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Widows-Broom-Mentor-Text-Digital-Print-Unit-8155291... See MoreSee Less