Thursday, July 2, 2015

TpT Makeover Challenge: Make your Masterpiece

I am excited to link up this week with all the lovely ladies that are hosting the #tptsellerchallenge.

This week's challenge finally kicked my hiney into gear to finish my latest product. It was a labor of love (and sometimes hate because it was so much research), but I'm so thankful it's done. I think you'll love it! 

Check it out! 






There are 3 reproducible worksheets for each article. One is context based, one is about Asking & Answering Questions and one is a close reading comprehension worksheet. 





AND if you've made it through this whole post, the first *3* people to comment with how they would use this in their classroom will win a copy to use in the upcoming school year! (Make sure to comment with your e-mail address, also!!)

Until then,


9 comments:

  1. Love this. I started using closer reading last year in my room. I would integrate this unit into a science unit that I teach. mckenzie6274@gmail.com

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    1. Megan,

      Check your email! I hope your kids love using this next year! :)

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  2. I would love to integrate science and reading more. I just learned about close reading last year and I can't wait to use it more. I love your products! Thanks! krogers@alpinedistrict.org

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    1. Hi, there! It's fun to integrate science across the curriculum! Enjoy this with your kiddos! :)

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  3. I would definitely use this with my 3rd graders in small groups. I love this! Great way to incorporate science and reading. Thanks for this great product!
    jmeln38@gmail.com

    Jamie

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    1. This is perfect to use in small groups! Enjoy! Check your email! :)

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  4. My boys would love this as much as I do! I would use this during our science block! Thanks for the giveaway!
    tinysmiles34@gmail.com

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  5. This looks great! I'm on summer vacation right now, but I've kept this link so I can come back and round it up for fall. Thanks for sharing!

    http://brainninjanotes.blogspot.ca/

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    1. Thanks so much! Enjoy your vacation! :)

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