Mentor Text Monday! The Girl Who Thought in Pictures :Meta cognition Freebie!

Mentor Text Monday!  The Girl Who Thought in Pictures: Meta cognition Freebie!

Hello!
I want to share with you an extraordinary new book from Innovation Press:
The Girl Who Thought in Pictures: the story of Dr. Temple Grandin

Build a Love of Reading with Mentor Texts! Using Context Clues with Baloney (Henry P.). Win some great books!


Using Context Clues.
It's a very important skill for reading students to have!
Using context clues to infer the meanings of unknown words!
Where do you even start?
I have two great books to help you to teach Using Context Clues to infer the meaning of unknown words.

Book Talk Tuesday: 2 Great Books for Using Context Clues and Illustrations to infer the meaning of unknown words.

Fun, Easy First day of School Activity that your kiddos will LOVE! (and make the whole day a little easier!)



Fun, Easy, First Day of School Activity that your kiddos will love (and make your whole day a little easier!)

Ah!  I hate to break it to you, but the first day is coming, and there is nothing we can do to stop it!
That being said, the first day is an exciting, fun, busy day that I can help you make a bit easier!
Hit the Read More button to find out how:

Shhh...I have the secret to printing in color...affordably!

You really don't want to miss out on this!
Do you like printing in color?
Oh, come on, who doesn't right?
Now you can print in color without breaking the bank!
How?
I have the secret to printing in color affordably!  You NEED to see this

Book Talk Tuesday: Describing Character Traits using The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors by Drew Daywalt

Welcome Back!
I have a wonderful new book to share with you today!
It is perfect for teaching Character Traits!
The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors by Drew Daywalt!
He is the author of The Day the Crayons Quit, and The Day the Crayons Came Home!
Of course, there is a freebie for you at the end!

Book Talk Tuesday: Character Traits with The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors!
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