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text 2018-08-30 21:37
Free recipe book and a sweepstakes
Best In Class: Back to School Recipes - Steven A. Eggland

See http://egglandsbest.com/bestinclass for details and download link.


Do not have to enter sweepstakes or subscribe to anything to get the free ebook (PDF format).  


Download booklet here. (if "here" doesn't work, that's:  http://www.quadfamilyeggland.com/pdf/recipe.pdf )



Source: egglandsbest.com/bestinclass
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text 2018-08-21 08:10
Beat the Back to School Blues Entangled Teen Sale

Summer may be winding down and the school year is kicking off soon. Beat those back to school blues with some of these great steals.

15 amazing YA reads on sale for just 99¢ each!

Fantasy, mystery, contemporary, paranormal and more! No matter what you are in the mood for you will find it here.


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review 2016-11-04 01:51
Daddy's Back-to-School Shopping Adventure - Alan Lawrence Sitomer,Abby Carter

This book is about a back-to-school shopping trip the kids take with their father. While shopping the father tells the kids they are only getting what is on the list, but when the father sees a lunchbox from his childhood he attempts to make an exception but is unsuccessful. Later on the mother takes the kids back shopping when they then decide to buy him the lunchbox. I would use this book in 2nd-3rd grade, I would use it to show students that caring is important. Buying someone something they have a connection with is not only a sweet gesture, but is also important to do.

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review 2016-10-25 20:58
The Rainbow Fish - Marcus Pfister,J. Alison James

Rainbow Fish is a great book for students to learn about making friends by sharing. I would use this during the first week or month of school to create a community environment in my classroom. This book is a guided reading level M and I would read this to 1-3rd grade.

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review 2016-09-27 18:46
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell!
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell! Book and Audiocassette Tape Set (Paperback Book and Audio Cassette Tape) - Lucille Colandro,Jared Lee,Skip Hinnant

'There was an old lady who' is a great beginning for readers of all ages!  The classroom age range is likely 5-8 which means any class kindergarten through third grade would enjoy this book. 

I would be most likely to use this book at the beginning of the year when we talk about our summer vacations.  There is sure to be mention of the beach and this would fit right in.  I would use it to teach cause and effect, and as a writing prompt for older students.  What is the outcome of swallowing all those things??  A sandcastle?  Well imagine if a farmer swallowed.....  Students could certainly be creative in making their own stories to mimic this one and enjoy it!  This could even be an assessment of writing abilities and styles to kick off the school year.


grade level equivalent: 2.2

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