Mentor Text { If You Find a Rock with FREEBIE}

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Rocks and Minerals are a large part of our Science curriculum and often it is difficult to find non-expository text for this unit.  While doing some searching on Amazon I came across this book, If You Find a Rock.  It is a short book, and one I plan to use to introduce this unit, with pictures of how we use rocks.  

I also liked this book because it is a poem. The author speaks to the reader about finding rocks and describes the different features of the rocks.  I have added this book to my Amazon cart, one because I think it would be a great addition to my unit and two because I have a bad addiction to online shopping!






Today marks one year for I {Heart} Recess!  Check out my earlier blog post on how to enter a chance to win 15 great products from my BBB's and any three items from my TpT!

Today also marks one year for me as a seller on TpT.  To celebrate I am giving away a freebie from my Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook set to go along with today's Mentor Text.  Enjoy!


Keep stopping by this week for more Freebies in celebration of my one year blogiversary and TpT store!

6 comments

  1. Here's a great free activity to go along with this book: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/If-You-Find-a-Rock-Mentor-Sentence-Freebie-712908

    I used it last week, and my students LOVED it!

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  2. Thanks Susan! Jivey is a good friend of mine :)
    I love all her Mentor sentences!
    Jess

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  3. Thanks so much, Jess! In our province, Grade 4's study rocks and minerals too! Enjoy your weekend.
    -Lisa
    Grade 4 Buzz

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  4. Thanks for sharing this book and freebie! We study rocks and minerals after Christmas! Can't wait to use this!
    A Tall Drink of Water

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  5. Thanks for the freebie. I am looking forward to using this book in my language class later this year. (Third grade teaches rocks and minerals at my school!) I'll be passing the freebie on to her.

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