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This unit features Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds in which Cam and her sidekick Eric witness the robbery of a jewelry store. W...
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This literature unit enhances reading comprehension skills including recalling details, making inferences, ordering events, recognizing character...
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Cam Jansen is a junior detective created by author David Adler. Equipped with a photographic memory, she stars in a series of mysteries written ...
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Looking for an beginning of the year activity that will help your students get to know each other? Interested in building a positive classroom c...
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This is an elementary literature unit designed to increase reading comprehension for second through fourth graders. Students will summarize chapt...
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Is Horrible Harry really horrible? This is the question young readers will grapple with as they enjoy Horrible Harry in Room 2B, the first book i...
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The impact family budget decisions may have on a child is not often reflected in children�s literature. The Chalk Box Kid, writte...
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Owl Moon by Jane Yolen is a timeless tale of winter's beauty. A young boy and his father trek through the frozen landscape on a moonlit winter's ...
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This unit is designed to enhance elementary reading comprehension skills such as identifying story elements, ordering events, noting similarities...
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This unit is designed to enhance reading comprehension skills including ordering events, literal recall of details, drawing conclusions, summari...
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This elementary literature unit is designed to enhance the development of reading comprehension skills such as ordering events, identifying stor...
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This elementary level reading unit emphasizes reading comprehension skills such as recalling details, ordering events, comparing characters, an...
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Every book in The Magic Treehouse series by Mary Pope Osborne is a combination of fantasy and non-fiction. Jack and Annie, the intrepid brother ...
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Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday for many families, but would it be the same without the turkey and all the trimmings? That's the question th...
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Patricia Pollaco's delightful autobiographical stories always leave the reader thinking. The four worksheets in this unit require students to do ...
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This unit emphasizes emergent reading skills including prediction, vocabulary development, story mapping, character comparisons, and recal...
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John Midas, the main character in Patrick Catling's children's classic, The Chocolate Touch, has never heard the axiom "All things in moderation...
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The title of this book says it all! In Catwings Return, author Ursula LeGuin reunites the four flying kittens she introduced in her original book...
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�Hmmm . . . I�m hungry! I guess I�ll go outside with my knife and fork and wait to see what falls fr...
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This product assists teachers and students with retell, literacy, comprehension, retention, reading for meaning, discussion groups, clarification...
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Deborah G. re: Ramona Forever Literature Unit
Do you think this literature unit would be appropriate for 2nd grade?
March 24, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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I definitely think it could be. I was a second grade teacher and that's the grade level for which I created it. But its not really about grade level. It's more about the ability, interests, and motivation of the child. If Ramona is a character the child could or does enjoy or, even better, identify with, then that's half the battle. If the literature unit gets the child thinking while using and adding to their repertoire of reading strategies and comprehension skills, that's the other half. It may not be appropriate for every second grader, but I think a good share of them could benefit from it. - Jane
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Buyer re: Kindergarten Sight Word Vocabulary Game
Hi- the second game board has an extra "is" at the bottom.
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Buyer re: Kindergarten Sight Word Vocabulary Game
Hi- the second board has an extra "is" at the bottom.
November 21, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Emily R. re: The Littles Literature Unit
Just by looking at the preview, I've seen some typos. Have they been fixed before I purchase this?
November 17, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Yes, the spacing issue you noticed in the preview - and that I was unaware of - is not present in the actual product. Reducing the size of that page to fit it into the preview must have caused its deformation. I will address this probem in the future. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. - Jane
November 18, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: K - 2 Word Recognition Games
Hi are you willing to make game board using the 50 words that we teach?
Yvonneeyrg@gmail.com
November 3, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Forgive me if I've misunderstood your question, but I think what you're asking me to do is create a new, single gameboard that includes a different set of words than those I've included in my set of five game boards. Your 50 words probably include many of the ones I've used, but the advantage to you would be that they'd all be on the same game board. The answer to your question, if I've perceived it correctly, is sure, I can do that. You can e-mail me at jane.jones1@me.com. You can send me the list of words and we could discuss a price for creating your made-to-order game. I look forward to hearing from you soon. - Jane
November 3, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer
I purchased your unit for The Knight at Dawn Magic Treehouse Book. Is there an answer key that I am missing?
October 21, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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I'm so sorry. No, there is no answer key. This was one of my first units, and, while I should have by now, I still haven't returned to add one. I guess this is my wake up call to do so. - Jane
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Buyer re: The Littles Literature Unit
Is this packet for the first Littles book or all of them? If it's not, do you have packets for the other books available?
August 27, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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The Littles Literature Unit is designed for use with the first book in the series only. I have created literature units for three more books in the series - The Littles Have a Wedding, The Littles Take a Trip, and The Littles Go to School. All three are available in my store. In time, I hope to create even more Little units!
August 27, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

Cecelia Magro I Love 1st Grade
Plans are under way for CO TpT sellers to meet and we'd love for you to join us!
> When: July 25 (Christmas in July! It will be a treat to meet everyone!)
> Where: Rock Bottom Brewery, 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver
> Time: (?) 11:30-
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> Please sign up on the GoDoc so we know how many to expect @ https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AonIfjZfala9dG45TU9PQmJRc0NfTWp4aHVkRG5QREE&usp=sharing
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> If you have any questions or ideas for this fun meet up, you can email either Cecelia (nycecelia@comcast.net) or Pam (kranz.p54@gmail.com).
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Buyer re: Ramona Forever Literature Unit
Is there an answer key available? My download did not come with one.
May 8, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Egad! There isn't one! I thought I had gone back and updated all my units, but this must have been an early one I missed. I'll get to it ASAP, but it may take me a couple of weeks. Please send me your e-mail and I'll send you your own copy free of charge.
May 8, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: The Littles Go to School Literature Unit
I attempted to purchase your literature unit on "The Littles Go to School" last week, but it didn't accept my information. I used a credit card and answered all the questions asked of me. I would really like to purchase this literature unit asap!
Thank you,
Lylee Williams, Librarian on behalf of grade 3-4 teacher Ms. Jill Skye at Kateri School in Kahnawake, Quebec (Canada). Please respond to: lylee.williams@kec.qc.com
February 25, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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This may be a question I can't answer. I am not responsible for the actual computer transaction. I only make the unit available, and the website takes it from there. You need to address your question to TpT, and again, I'm not sure how you do that. Good luck because I'd love to get my unit into your hands. - Jane
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Buyer
I just purchased Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Dinosaur Bones. I am excited about using it- it's perfect except the print is not as clear as it should be, especially for younger students. Do you have a .doc version?
Otherwise, I will need to redo it for my high first grade readers. Thanks!
Doreen
February 22, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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I don't have a .doc version. I rarely use Word. I'm an Apple person from the get-go. However, I don't think it would be too hard to convert it. It might take me a day to do it, but if that works within your time frame, let me know. My email address is jane.jones1@me.com. If you'll send me your e-mail address I can mail you the revised format. - Jane
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Buyer re: Ramona the Brave Literature Unit
Are answer keys included?
February 5, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Yes indeedy! Pages 32 through 41 comprise the answer key. They are the same pages students use presented in reduced size with the answers written in red.
February 5, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Michele G. re: Shiloh Literature Unit
Do you have a unit on Saving Shiloh? I have loved your unit on Shiloh! My students were truly engaged and the comprehension and vocabulary were perfect! Thanks!
December 18, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Not yet, but you've just given me the motivation to create one! ;-D
December 18, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: The Littles Literature Unit
How many pages are in this packet?
October 31, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Including the answer key, there are twenty-one pages in this unit.
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Buyer re: Ramona Quimby, Age 8 Literature Unit
How many activities come with this unit? I am reading this novel with my student to end the school year.
May 3, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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There are nine chapters in this book with one worksheet devoted to each one. The comprehension activities are varied so that students are not just writing answers to who-what-when-where type questions. I have also provided a generic response sheet much like a story map that can be used with all nine chapters. There is a cut-&-paste chapter summary page and another page that requires the reader to use what they've learned about Ramona to answer some speculative questions. If you add them all up, I guess that makes twelve different activities. I hope I've answered your question to your satisfaction. - Jane
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Martha Carol C.
Will you be participating in this sale?

http://fun-in-first.blogspot.com/2012/02/leap-day-sale.html
February 26, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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At this point I would say yes. I have never done a sale before and don't know how to go about setting it up. I'm in the process of educating myself. With any luck, I'll be joining the ranks of "leap-sellers".
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Buyer
Do you have a literature unit on Ramona the Brave?
January 19, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Hi - Not yet. It is my next big project. I have spent the last six months updating my existing units - adding answer keys, replacing copyrighted fonts and clip art, and proofreading for errors. I'll probably start working on new units this spring. I promise that Ramona the Brave will be my first priority. Jane
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Buyer re: Back-to-School Primary Desktop Nametag
Hi,

I almost forgot about this great name tag!!! Life with a toddler and a 7 month old keeps one too busy! Anyway, by chance were you able to find a D'Nelean font? If not, I may be able to send one to you when I get to school if I can get your regular email today or whenever I receive an email from you:) I really like your product but need it in the other font...

my email is: sescamilla@lwsd.org

Thanks:)
May 11, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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Hi - I did create a D'Nelean version of the nametag. I found a font that was similar if not identical to D'Nelean printing. You can check it out among my products. If the font isn't what you need, I'd be delighted to try yours. Please let me know one way or the other - Jane
May 11, 2011 Report inappropriate comment

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Karen M.
Jane, thanks for you quick response. I would love the separate calendar. Let me know when you post it.
May 10, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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Hi Karen - I just posted the separate summer calendar. Look for this title: 2011 Summer Think-and-Do Calendar. Please enjoy it and let your teacher friends have a look at it. Maybe they'll want one too! Thanks for being a loyal customer! - Jane
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Karen M.
Hello, Jane,

I teach in Roanoke, VA. Believe it or not, I've taught first and second grades for 35 years. I have a question for you. I purchased this summer journal in 2009. I don't need to purchase the entire unit, but I would like the summer calendar you include in it. Is there a way to just purchase that part?

Thanks,
Karen
May 9, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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Hi Karen - I'm so glad you like the journal. I wil go ahead and place the calendar on the site seperately, but probably not until Thursday when I will have some free time. I will price it at $5.00. In the meantime, I have updated the rest of the journal, making small changes here and there - please take a look. Here's a thought - Maybe you and another primary teacher could pool your resources, say $5.00 each. You could replace your old calendar with the new one whie your friend gets to use the whole journal! I wouldn't normally suggest this option, but teachers deserve every break they can get! - Jane
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Buyer re: Back-to-School Primary Desktop Nametag
Is it possible to get this in D'Nealean? At least the ABC portion? I LOVE IT!

Thanks:)
April 12, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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What an intriguing possibility! It makes sense to provide this in a D'Nealian as well as a Zaner-Bloser format. Problem is, I no longer havde a D'Nealian font. I used to have one, but when I upgraded my operating system six months ago, it was lost. I am looking on font websites for a suitable substitute, and I hope to have this new version available by the weekend. I'll send out a message at that time, or you can just check back on the TpT website. Thanks for the suggestion - Jane

Hi again! I got the new D'Nealian version of the nametag up onto the TpT website. Please check it out!
April 14, 2011 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: Chalk Box Kid Literature Unit
Hi! I recently purchased your Chalkboard Kit Unit but only the first page is appearing. It says there are 10 pages, but I cant get anything but the first. When I scroll down, I only get blank pages. Please help! Thank you!
February 20, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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Hi back at ya! I've never dealt with this problem before. It sounds like a delivery problem, as if there was some mismatch or glitch in the downloading process. I've described the problem to the site administrator and given him/her/them your buyer's name. They should contact one of us within 48 hours. (It has been my experience that they get back to you within the first 12 hours.) There are definitely ten pages in the unit and I hope you have them in your hot little hand soon! Please keep me posted as to what happens if they contact only you - Jane
February 20, 2011 Report inappropriate comment

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Carey W.
I ordered The Littles unit; would it be possible for you to email me an answer key? Thanks!
careywaye @ yahoo . com
December 1, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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It has taken me all week to get this sucker to you, but you can expect an e-mail with the answer key later today. - Jane
December 8, 2010 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: Hershel & the Hanukkah Goblins Literature Unit
Hello,
Is the story included in the download?
thanks
Pinina
November 28, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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No. Due to copyright reasons I couldn't do that. The book should be commercially available at any book store. - Jane
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Suezane H. re: Tacky the Penguin Literature Unit
Do you have the lesson plans for this unit.
November 23, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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I must admit that I don't have a lesson plan as such. I think it would be a good idea to add one. Until then. let me give you this suggested time line for using the worksheets:
1. Start with the vocabulary page -page 2 of the download - These sentences are taken from the story. After familiarizing students with the words in the iceberg, use them to fill in the blanks.
2. Students should then "preview" the book: Look at the cover, read the words on the back or inside sleeve of the dust cover, and flip through the pictures. Then use the first page of the download to write down their predictions. Explain that you will return to check their predictions when they're done reading.
3. Students read the story in whatever way you wish to have them do it.
4. I recommend rereading the story as a group and completing the What Happened First page - page 3 of the download - as a group.
5. I also recommend you complete the story map as a group.
6.The character description page - page 6 of the download - encourages students to make connections between themselves and Tacky. I would recommend having the students fill this out individually and then share with a partner before sharing with the whole group.
7. This is an optional page that can be used with or without page 6 as the basis for a group discussion about the book.
8. The last page of the download is a vocabulary extension page.

I hope all of this helps -
November 24, 2010 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: Back-to-School Find-A-Friend Game
I am interested in find a Friend Game. How many different questionnaires are there in the set?
August 30, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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There is only one questionnaire. It consists of 30 questions which can be run on the front and back of one 8.5 x 11 piece of paper. By purchasing the game you have permission to run one set of questionnairres for your classroom - i.e., if you have 25 kids, you may run 25 copies of the form. If another teacher is interested in using the game, I ask that they purchase their own copy. Please refer them back to the TpT website - I hope this answers your question.
August 30, 2010 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: My Spell Check Dictionary (Beginning of the Year)
I downloaded student dictionary. The number word page is missing. Is there anyway I could get that page to add to my dictionary? Thanks
August 20, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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Hello - That page is the final one. Something must have happened to it in the download. If you will send me your e-mail address, I will send it to you. My e-mail address is jane.jones1@me.com - Jane
August 21, 2010 Report inappropriate comment

PamlaJJ's Learning Library
Hi Misty - The simple answer is yes. You will receive a PDF file which you then print out and assemble. The purchase price also allows you to reproduce the dictionary for every member of your class. I do request, however, that if another teacher expresses interest in using the dictionary, you refer them back to TeacherspayTeachers so they can buy their own master. Thanks - Jane
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Misty C. re: My Spell Check Dictionary (Beginning of the Year)
I would love to use this for my second grade class this year. Does the $12 provide me with the PDF and then I just print and assemble it?
August 19, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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Hi Misty - The simple answer is yes. You will receive a PDF file which you then print out and assemble. The purchase price also allows you to reproduce the dictionary for every member of your class. I do request, however, that if another teacher expresses interest in using the dictionary, you refer them back to TeacherspayTeachers so they can buy their own master. Thanks - Jane
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Lisa Barretta
Lisa Barretta  (TpT Seller)
Just wanted to say that I was excited to find your materials. They are so "me" :) When I search on this site I find a lot that just isn't up to my standards! Thanks for making your hard work available.
March 30, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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Wow! Thanks for the wonderful compliment. It always feels nice to be appreciated!
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Buyer re: Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs Literature Unit
Hi,
I just bought this lit unit. How many pages are there to this unit? When I downloaded it, it was only 4 pages.
March 6, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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This unit consists of four pages in all. The first two require the student to return to the text to recall facts, sequence events, and answer cause and effect questions The third page tests the student's recall of details by matching foods that fell from the sky at the same time. The final page asks the student to understand the story's main idea by identifying what might fall from the sky in towns with names like Ballandbat and Washanddry.
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Buyer re: Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs Literature Unit
How many pages is this unit and what skills does it cover?
February 16, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
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This unit consists of four pages in all. The first two require the student to return to the text to recall facts, sequence events, and answer cause and effect questions The third page tests the student's recall of details by matching foods that fell from the sky at the same time. The final page asks the student to understand the story's main idea by identifying what might fall from the sky in towns with names like Ballandbat and Washanddry.
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Edna R. re: Emergent Reading Strategy Posters
How may posters are included?
October 12, 2009 Report inappropriate comment
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There are nine altogether.
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Buyer re: Magic Treehouse Sunset of the Sabertooth Literature Unit
I just bought and downloaded the Sunset of the Sabretooth comprehension worksheet set....I was wondering if there is an answer key to this...sure I know I can read the book too, but I am trying to do a million things and would like to quickly check his comprehension.
Thanks
Jen
July 7, 2009 Report inappropriate comment
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I have not created one yet. I started doing so with my latest unit, Ramona The Pest. I intend to spend part of my summer "retrofitting" old units to give them answer keys, but I haven't done so yet for this unit. Answer keys do seem like a great idea!
July 7, 2009 Report inappropriate comment

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Karen M.
I have your Ramona Quimby, Age 8 Unit which I paid for via this site. Is there an answer key for all the pages? This would have been very helpful.

Thank
May 18, 2009 Report inappropriate comment
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What a great idea! It never occurred to me to create one, but I can see how useful it would be. I will try to add one to this and other units, but it will take time. Thank you for letting me know.
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Buyer re: Literature/Reading Response Log
Hi, I was wondering how many pages is your log in total. Is this something you think you can give the students once a week and then meet in small groups to discuss. or is this more something that should be broken up in pieces overtime/ weeks. i teach 7th grade.
April 28, 2009 Report inappropriate comment
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The beauty of this log is that you can make it as many pages as you need it to be. I ran 20 copies of the two pages back to back and stapled them together with the cover. We used them until we ran out of pages. Then I just handed the students new booklets. I would meet with a reading group and assign them a chapter or a certain number of pages to read on their own. After reading they would select their own vocabulary words and reaction statements. I would assign the final activity and we would share and discuss our different responses. When students were reading independently they chose their own final activity and we would meet for an individual conference. I like your idea of giving students a log per week. I would imagine you wouldn't need to make them more than 5 or 6 pages each. I hope this answers your question. If I've misunderstood it or failed to answer it completely, please let me know.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught for a total of 32 years, mostly in second grade. After getting my Masters in special education, I spent 5 years as an LD Resource teacher before returning to the regular classroom. I have taught third grade and a multi-age primary class as well.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have little if any patience for "data-driven instruction", the name my District gave to the practice of making sure students excel on NCLB mandated tests. It suggests that teachers never looked at the progress of their students and worked to fill in gaps before NCLB. Statistics have their place, but they should never be the primary measure of a teacher's competence.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I made it through thirty-two years of teaching without losing my love of teaching. I could not earn a higher honor. I am quoted in Regie Routman's book Reading Essentials published by Heinemann Books in 2003. She spent a week mentoring our school in 2002 and I was fortunate enough to work with her in my classroom.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a B.S. in Elementary Education from the University of Colorado, Boulder. I received my Masters in Special Education from the same institution seven years later. Towards the end of my careerl I became a CLIP -trained teacher, a variation on the Reading Recovery Program instituted by Marie Clay.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I love to write, but my teaching strength is early literacy. I breed Labrador Retrievers. I am now retired and have no regrets as far as my career is concerned.