Sunday, May 19, 2013

Common Core with Camilla Cream! (and a FREEBIE!!)

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Katy Mitchell said...

As a Kindergarten teacher, my favorite (current) character has to be Pete the Cat! When I share him with my kids, he lets them know that even though things don't go exactly as planned, it will be okay! email:


Jen Cullen//Sparkling in Second said...

This is too cute! This would be a great unit for the beginning on the year :)

Ev An said...

Harry Potter!

Brandee Green said...

Darn it...I'm a bit late. Oh well. I love it and I grabbed the freebie. :) Thanks!
Brandee @ Creating Lifelong Learners

Janine said...

Too late, but that's okay. My favorite character is Frances from the series by Hoban. I have loved her since I was a little girl and I pass that on to my students every year.

Liz Salcido said...

Even though I am late I would like to say my favorite character is the Mellop family form the series by Tommy Ungerer series. Read it as a kid. I have a couple of the books in my classroom.

Jen Cullen//Sparkling in Second said...

oops!! :)

Lesson Plan SOS Teachers said...

Katy and Jen- I just emailed you the file...but Katy the email address you used bounced the email back to me! Just wanted to let you know- please leave another email address! :) melissa

Michelle Tsivgadellis said...

I LOVE IT!!! Thank you so much for the shout out and for allowing me to create some graphics for you!!

You are so sweet for sending me the link!!

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Third Grade Galore said...

Can you explain your mentor text for the month? Do you use a new book each month? Are they used for your reading lessons? Thanks for sharing.

Third Grade Galore

Lesson Plan SOS Teachers said...

Hi Jeanette,
Thanks for the question!
So a mentor text is a text that I read to my students during a read aloud (most likely a fiction story) and then return back to that text over and over again throughout the next couple of weeks, to teach a mini lesson. I use mentor texts mainly for reading and writing. If you want to learn a little bit more about how we read one text and then use it to teach different reading mini-lessons from it, you may find this blog post helpful:
I hope this helps!
PS...Good luck on the Soldier Field 10 miler this weekend! You should have some gorgeous, cool weather! :)

Amanda said...

Wow wow wow. I just finished writing learning targets aligned to ccss for te district and this product is the epitome of perfect. So fantastically cute and yet so much depth.

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