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What is a “Mentor Text Moment” resource? These lesson sets are geared toward helping teachers present the Common Core to their grades 3-5 students by using read aloud picture book texts! In addition to thinking deeply about texts, the Common Core stresses citing evidence to prove understanding. Mentor texts are excellent examples of literature and the elements you notice in them can then be reinforced throughout students’ other reading and writing. This resource can help! $2.50

Free Paper Chain Connections activity. Students read a book and write connections on slips of paper, then connect them to form a chain. This activity can be used for Christmas or any time of the year.

Let your students apply and/or practice nonfiction text conventions with this Tic Tac Toe reading task. This activity allows students to choose 3 a...

Must-Read Mentor Text: A Chocolate Moose for Dinner (Homophones)

Free Mentor Text Picture Book Lists for each CCSS Reading Literature (RL) Standard {K-2} - 21 Lists Total

$ This series of 15 informational text posters gives your students a brief overview about the history of Christmas symbols and traditions in American culture. A scavenger hunt is included so you can assess your student's ability to read and comprehend informational text. This is an engaging way to integrate CCSS skills with your holiday celebrations

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