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Friday, June 20, 2014

3rd Installment of SRSD Freebies!

This is getting fun! If you haven't been checking my blog this week, go all the way back to Tuesday and see what we've been learning and sharing about SRSD.

Here are three more themes for you. To get your freebie, just click on the pic below that you like. If you don't see a theme you like here or from the previous two days, leave a comment and I'll try to make one for you (as long as I already have the clip art).




Don't forget to check my Pinterest SRSD Board for more ideas for SRSD by clicking {HERE}.
I've ordered the book below and can't wait for it to get in. We might just have to do a book study when I get it. What do you think?

8 comments:

  1. This is great! I'm going to send your blog info to a friend who doesn't have facebook. She went to the common core training, too.

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  2. Love your materials! I am leading grades 1 and 2 SRSD training and your blog was shared with our group this week. I can't wait to share it with Learning Leaders next week!
    Do you happen to have clip art to create a camping theme? My classroom is decked out in all things camping - tents, animals, smores, etc. :)

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    1. The camping theme will be posted tonight at midnight. Check back! (I really love that camping clip art!)

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  3. A colleague who attended state training this week was telling me all about SRSD...I told her I have seen some info on your blog. I have a Hollywood themed room and would love to use your materials...if you have clip art for it. Thank you so much!!!!

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    1. The Hollywood theme will be posted at midnight tonight. Check back!

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  4. Thanks for the SRSD info. I am really excited after looking into it more. It looks like the missing link I've been struggling to find all these years. Any chance you're thinking about making resources for some of the other acronyms besides POW and TIDE - like the WWW W2H2 for story writing and TREE for persuasive writing? Yours are so great!

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    1. I am planning on making materials for the remaining acronyms. I started with informational writing because that was the focus of our training. Keep checking back so you won't miss the updates.

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