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Monday, June 29, 2015

TPT Seller Challenge: Week 3 Make Your Masterpiece

Two posts in one morning!  Whew!
I'm back again this week for the 3rd week of the #TPT SellerChallenge hosted by some amazing teachers.  This week was all about finishing a product and making it a masterpiece.
Well, last night about 11PM, I wrapped up this little project that I had actually started last week, but I've been thinking about it for weeks.  Yesterday, I enjoyed our gorgeous summer weather with highs in the upper 80's (it's been 95 and above for almost 2 and a half weeks) and powered through to really get a lot of this done.
A little background...over the past couple years, my kiddos and I have done novel studies on the Doll People Series and with some requests to do other novel studies, I decided to take on a new favorite book character - Judy Moody!  I had a bunch of the books already, but over the last few weeks of school between Scholastic Reading Club and the Scholastic Warehouse Sale, I think I have most all of the Judy Moody as well as the Judy Moody and Friends books.
So, the first project I decided to tackle with Judy Moody was the Judy Moody and Friends set.  There are currently 5 books in this series and I'm hoping they will add more.  These books are early chapter books and each book has 3 short chapters and the pages are in full color - so your it captures the interest of your early chapter book readers.

So what's included in this set?
Well, for each book there is a novel study/book companion/book study that includes 6 multiple choice and 2 written comprehension questions per chapter (so 18 MC and 6 WC per book) as well as some type of craftivity.  Each craft has a writing activity or comprehension activity to go with the craft.

Check out my crafting from last night...

What's your next masterpiece?

7 comments:

  1. WOW!!! You work fast!!!! I haven't started my product yet and I have packers and movers coming this week! Yikes! Glad we get a week and a half. Your product looks phenomenal!!! Job well done!

    Amanda Bryant
    A Traveled Teacher

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  2. Well, I actually finished this product late last night and then saw the new challenge this morning - perfect timing! Thanks so much!

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  3. Allyson, you've been working hard~love the photos of the crafts! My 3rd graders love Judy Moody, especially the kids who need a little more encouragement to jump into chapter books. Great job!

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  4. Those writing prompts and crafts look adorable!! Your blog is super cute, too : )

    The Sassy Sub

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  5. Too cute! I love the crafting you did! Super job :)

    Krisanna
    Simply Secondary

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  6. Nice blog.
    Great information.
    In 2002, based on need, Bookworm central moved into larger warehouses in Manassas, VA. From that time to now, the scope of work continues to expand to assist stakeholders in building and delivering customized literacy programs, providing an updated online shopping platform, operating as a bulk order fulfillment and distribution facility, exploring and developing technologies that support like-minded collaborators, and offering special services such as training's, workshops, collection and content development for literacy supporters.

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