Tuesday, July 3, 2012

New Items Added to My Store - Need Teachers' Help....

I've added a total of 5 items {Yea Me!} to my store... and more are coming very soon! Right now I'm focusing on the learning chips - because I am loving creating them for my own classroom! I need some teachers to help me evaluate and rate my items! The first 5 people to comment on this post with their top choice of question chips they would like to check out - will receive their pick of chips in exchange for them to evaluate the items in my Teachers Notebook store {this part is very important, please, please, please don't take the files if you don't intend to leave feedback in my store!} In your comment, please leave your email address! I would like to thank you in advance for your help!

For everyone else....here are the files from my store. I'm so excited to use these chips this coming year with my students. Seriously I have so many ideas on how to use these, and I know the students are going to love using them!



20 comments:

  1. I would be happy to take a look at the pre-reading ones! I think they are so important to activating prior knowledge.

    Lisa
    lnguyen2002@hotmail.com

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  2. I would love to see the non-fiction question chips. Thanks so much!

    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter
    luvyorkies@gmail.com

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  3. Ohhh. I would love to check them out;)

    tara.eiken1@gmail.com

    4th Grade Frolics

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  4. oooops! Nonfiction I think:)

    4th Grade Frolics

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  5. I would love to see the non-fiction question chips and help evaluate them. That is a great idea. I also only have a few items in my own TN store and might borrow your idea of sharing them with others to evaluate.

    Jenny
    www.happyliteracy.blogspot.com

    jenblair06@gmail.com

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  6. I would love the Science ones!

    rmariemuniz@hotmail.com

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  7. Thank you everyone!!! I have enough teachers to evaluate! I really appreciate your help!
    -Audrey

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  8. Can you share where you got your frames for the worksheets above? I've been looking all over for them forever!!!!!

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  10. I was given the opportunity to evaluate the non-fiction chips and I was really impressed! What a fun way to get the children engaged in responding to the text or article. There will be no complaining from the children! As a writing teacher, this activity is great for integrating reading and writing. I give it an A+!

    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter
    luvyorkies@gmail.com

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  11. Audrey--Those look great! I love reading your blog and I am excited to see what else you put in your store!
    I'm new to blogging, and would love for you to follow me, too :)

    Jillian
    http://littlemisswhimsical.blogspot.com/

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  12. Such a wonderful idea! The chips provide a starting point for the students to initiate or expand their discussions before and after a science experiment or lesson! Love it! A+

    rmariemuniz@hotmail.com

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  13. Jillian,
    I purchased the frames from the Digital Bakeshop on Etsy. She has super cute frames!!! Now I'm off to check out your blog ;)
    -Audrey

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  14. I evaluated the pre-reading chips and I thought they were perfect for getting the students talking about a story before they read it. I like how you have them predicting and making connections. By having students think or talk about these things beforehand, they are more likely to think about their reading and remember what they are reading Fantastic job! Love them!

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  15. I was fortunate to be able to evaluate the Character Chips and I am already thinking of the different ways I can use these in my reading groups! My 3rd graders will love relating to the characters and these chips are not only full of great questions, but will provide them with a nice hands-on activity. I love the directions you include about mounting them to poker chips- that will be perfect! Thanks so much- I am off to check out the others in the series!!

    ~Stephanie
    3rd Grade Thoughts

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  16. I had a chance to evaluate the non-fiction chips as well. I teach second grade and think that these would be great to use with literature circles when they are just starting to become more independent but still need some guidance with asking each other questions.

    I am also thinking of using them as independent response to reading. Thanks Audrey!

    Please come check out my blog when you have time!
    www.happyliteracy.blogspot.com

    Jenny

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  17. I was given the opportunity to evaluate the non-fiction questioning chips. I am overwhelmed with the possibilities for uses with these chips. There are several questions that cover a wide range of thinking skills. The chips can be used with several subjects in the classroom. I plan on using these with groups as well as individual uses incorporating it into my Daily 5 Work on Writing activities. Great activity! Can't wait to use it!!

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  18. Love love love these!! I am a new blogger and found your blog today. I am so looking forward to purchasing these and using them in my classroom! You are awesome! Check out the shout-out I gave you at my new blog :)

    www.msgingrade3.blogspot.com

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  19. Oh my goodness! Thank ya'll for your support and very sweet comments!!! I appreciate it more than you know!
    -Audrey

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  20. I just bought your reading response cards. Now, I am looking at your pre-reading, connection, and non-fiction chips.

    How many chips do I need for each packet??

    Stop by my blog! http://thatnewcrayonsmell.blogspot.com/

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