Saturday, October 11, 2014

Raise The "Woof!"

Greetings Friends and Followers!

I'm delighted to be back at Teacher Deals and Dollar Steals to share two products that salute two things that I love--literacy lessons and dogs!




 

























These packs are designed to help students in first through third grade write about either my canine companions or their own, and practice sequencing and story structure using time-order words.  Both resources feature links to quality literature links that you can use to extend your lessons, as well as student "I can" statements to help you align your learning goals.  Word banks are also included, as well as labels to help you organize the materials provided into notebooks or folders for your classroom writing station.








Since the creation of this resource, my beloved Brutus "crossed the Rainbow Bridge" 
in August and has been dearly missed.....




 
In his memory, I will match the proceeds of this sale and make a donation to the local Assistance Dogs for Achieving Independence organization that recently did a presentation for our second graders this week.  Lansbury, a golden retriever in training, visited with our students this past Thursday and demonstrated how he will eventually assist people with physical disabilities.  Needless to say, he won the hearts of many, and helped the group make real-life connections to the non-fiction story,  
Helping Paws, we'd read in our Journeys basal!




Click {HERE} to see a slideshow of Lansbury's visit or {HERE} to visit the group's Facebook page.  I thank you in advance for your time, interest, and support of this worthy cause!  

Be sure to stop over at 
to see what's new later this weekend!  I've been working on 
some fun thematic units that I
hope to finish soon!

Be sure to check out this fun FREEBIE in my TpT store as well!
Thanks in advance for leaving constructive feedback!
 



Until next time, may you continue to teach your children well, share your story, hold a song in your heart, share the love and loyalty of your pets and family members, and let peace guide your planet!

Warm Regards,

Jennifer



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