Awesome Reading and Character Ed Resources in this Summer Book Blowout!

I am so excited to share this incredible deal with you today.  I've been working with a few of my BBBs to offer you this amazing BOOK BLOWOUT deal.  If you teach ELA anywhere from grades 3-6, this amazing bundle will make your lesson planning so much easier.  I know that many of you are on your summer vacation, but taking advantage of this deal NOW will be a great way to plan ahead for the school year.  There are a ton of mentor text book activities in this bundle, and it is a great way to tie in  your ELA and Social Studies or CHARACTER ED curriculum!  There are even Reading activities that you can apply to your own favorite book or novel.  I am in LOVE with this product.  You can check out the deal by going {HERE} or by clicking on any of the pictures below!

I have a few items that I've created in the bundle.  One of my favorites is my Salt in His Shoes activity pack.

I use this book as a Mentor Text when I teach biographies.  It is also a great tie in to Character Ed, and helps students really nail down the idea of supporting character traits with text support.  Included in the packet is a series of Reflection quotes from famous people.  My class loved these quotes, and really worked to reflect on their meaning!  Hello-- higher level, critical thinking.  They make a bulletin board display when student reflections are added!

A second activity that I have included is another great character ed tie in:

Most students learn about Susan B Anthony when teaching the Woman's Rights Movement, but Esther Morris is an amazing woman from the Mid-west who had an impact on her community and fought for woman's rights.  This packet is also great for practicing inferences and supporting character traits with evidence from the book!

Finally, I've included my Reading Response Rectangles.  This is one of my favorite products because it is so versatile. Included are more than 30 Reader Response questions in THREE different formats, so you can pick and choose what is best for your classroom. 

When I want my students to work in literature circles for a novel, we use the rectangles.  I copied my set on colored card stock and put them on a key ring!
I break the questions into smaller sets for my groups to use.  I also use the work mats that are another part of the set.  Sometimes we include these as pages in our Interactive Reading notebooks.  For example, at the end of our Multiple Perspective novel unit, I gave my students this work mat for their notebooks:

Then I had them complete this work mat in a group as a culminating piece.
For a limited time this bundle is $19.99 from Educents which is about 78% off!  
18 instant downloads with over 700 pages of materials perfect to accompany your literacy curriculum, or kick start your summer reading!

You can also take peek at some of the other products included in the bundle at any of the links below!  There are some amazing novels, lapbooks, and mentor texts to check out.  We have each linked up to share our specific ideas for this resource. 
Have an AWESOME weekend!

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