Saturday, July 9, 2011

Fall Reading Linky

Learning with Mrs. Parker is hosting a Fall Reading Linky.  One of my all time favorites to read to start the school year is Nobody's Mother is in Second Grade by Robin Pulver.


I created this literature prompt to follow my read aloud.  The student's responses are always good for a chuckle. This version posted is for 3rd grade, as that's the grade I currently teach. I just couldn't let this story go when I moved from 2nd grade.  For my followers, if you happen to teach another grade and want me to email you a copy with the correct grade level, just leave me a comment. Be sure to give me your email address and tell me your grade.
Enjoy!

Don't forget, I also have a Linky Party on Classroom Team Building.  Join me.

17 comments:

  1. Thanks for the book recommendation. I've never heard of this book. I love the Freebie you attached.

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  2. Perfect book to read during the first day of school.Thank you so much for the recommendation, I am going to order it now from Amazon. May I have the literature prompt for second grade.
    Deb

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  3. If you don't mind, I would appreciate the activity for second grade. Thank you so much for sharing your work. I received this book a couple of weeks ago after ordering off of Amazon.
    Tcher7741@aol.com

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  4. This looks like a fun book and a great way to get kids to connect! Can't wait to share it with my teachers. Thanks.

    Barbara
    corneroncharacter.blogspot.com

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  5. This is such a cute activity! I would love to have the activity for second grade. Thank you!
    Trey lterrell@lcisd.org

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  6. Thank you for sharing, I would like a copy for 2nd grade. We don't have computer lab, so could you put "in gym" instead?

    I plan to use this book the first day of school!
    dgreen81253@gmail.com

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  7. Oooh! So cute! Could you email the 2nd grade version? wezieheckmorgan@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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  8. I Love it could you email the 2nd grade version?
    rbrown@gmail.com

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  9. I would appreciate your second grade version. Thanks

    tanya_morrill@interact.ccsd.net

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  10. Precious! One of my favorites! I will need the prompt, also! Thanks! bishopb2@k12tn.net

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  11. I would love a copy of your 2nd grade prompt.
    shannongibson@johnston.k12.nc.us
    Thanks so much!

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  12. I would love a copy of the second grade version.
    tammyricheson@yahoo.com

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  13. I would love a second grade version.

    Kinderbee1@yahoo.com


    Thanks so much!

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  14. I would love a version for 2nd grade, too, please. I finally found the book! :) Thanks, and have a great school year!

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  15. Can you please send me a copy for second grade. Thanks Valkyr914@aol.com

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  16. Thanks for the new book idea!! Would you please send me a 5th grade version? It will be interesting to see what 5th graders come up with.

    Thanks,
    karen.king@hazelpark.k12.mi.us

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  17. I would love the 2nd grade version too. Thanks!

    weaklands@gmail.com

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