March 22, 2012

CRAFT Board Headers {free download}

Happy weekend friends! I want to thank you for the thoughtful comments you left on my previous post, when I introduced my classes' CRAFT Board--I couldn't stop smiling all week!





I had some requests to place the CRAFT Board in my shop, but I knew I couldn't do this since it was totally inspired by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser's
CAFE (as many of you know).

Plus I was pretty sure this wasn't allowed!

I was actually more excited at the thought of sharing them with everyone, because you all left such kind comments last weekend! My only concern was I had used several design elements and I wasn't sure if terms of use allowed for this file to be shared. So, after some emailing around, I was delighted to learn I could share the signs!! All of the artists were so sweet about allowing their work to be part of a freebie. And the sisters wrote me a lovely reply and gave me the okay to share this version of CAFE! I was pretty starstruck by their email!!

So, I am wicked excited to share the following file...
This 14 page PDF includes CRAFT Headers (with two different options for the T...Text Features or Text Elements), as well as matching lined paper to write each strategy on.

AND! Because I love all of my sweet readers so much...

I made a separate Powerpoint file of the coordinating lined paper, so you can type your strategies write over the lines. I know it's supposed to be in the kids' writing, but that is my major Type-A flaw--I can't help it!!! Plus, it does save some time. :)
Before I link up the files, I do want to give credit to all of the parties who let me share this file...
To keep in line with terms of use and copyright, I must add a disclaimer:
The graphics used in these items are copyrighted and may not be used for your own commercial projects or given away to anyone else. By purchasing/accepting this file, you agree to the Terms of Use. This file is for personal use only, please do not distribute.
Do you think you will be using the CRAFT Board? I would love to hear your comments if you do--thank you!!! :)


CRAFT Board Headers (PDF)
Coordinating Lined paper (PPT)





NOTE: An updated version of CRAFT and strategies for Response to Text and Text Elements can be found here: Updated CRAFT Headers and Strategies.  :)

119 comments:

  1. You're amazing! This is wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

    Hope you have a relaxing weekend!

    ❤ Mor Zrihen from...
    A Teacher's Treasure
    Teaching Treasures Shop

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  2. I LOVE these! They are beautiful. I am going to switch out my current CAFE header and start using these after Spring Break. Thank you SO much!

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  3. Thanks do much!! I am planning in using it next year! Have a good weekend! Thanks again for being so kind and helpful!

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  4. LOVE LOVE LOVE! You are by far one of the most amazing people I've ever "met." :) You rock!

    Dana
    3rd Grade Gridiron

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  5. I'M SO EXCITED!!! You have no idea. I am going from a 2-5 ESL teacher this year to a K-5 next year, so I contemplated doing away with the CAFE strategies that have helped my older EL's so much this year. UNTIL I saw your post the other day. I immediately got excited about using the strategies (plus some) again. And NOW you are giving us the resources to set it up. I mean, Christmas, you've got nothing on today.

    Thank you for everything you do!
    thelocoteacher
    thelocoteacher.blogspot.com

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  6. Thanks so much Kristen!

    I have already shared this with my principal and co-workers. I'm looping and so excited to use this spin to keep things fresh. This is a great way to add on to the lesson/goals we have already been working on all year long. My kiddos love D5 time and I have created a family of kids who LOVE to read. Since you and I love our black backgrounds this is going to be an easy/perfect transition for my decor as well. I'm also helping to run a D5 book study and I just can't wait to show them at our next gathering.

    Do you plan to share your mini lesson/goal cards per heading? I noticed you used a couple in your last post that I hadn't seen before/thought of. I would love to peek and see if some are usable for my little ones. :) Maybe you already have this in the works too. (I have to admit I feel a little greedy!)

    Again, THANKS for all you do!!

    And SISTERS!! (Gail and Joan) If you're reading this, THANKS for granting permission and being so very supportive of all us little people!! Thanks to you two I don't close my doors and do what's right. I keep the door open and shout it down the hallway!! :)

    Julie
    Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher

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    1. Loved, loved, loved your last sentence-- I feel so inspired by all of you amazing teachers daily that my philosophy has totally switched to shouting the good stuff down the hallway, too :) :)

      ~Stephanie
      3rd Grade Thoughts

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  7. When I first read the CAFE book I couldn't start it soon enough. Then the curriculum started to change to match the common core and I didn't know how to fit it in. Because of your beautiful display, I have to find a way to make it fit! This will be part of my summer project! You ROCK!! Thanks for making these and posting them for us :o)
    --jen

    ps: I noticed I was off your blog roll--I know you were having all those problems...maybe I'll make it back on--I promise I'll behave :o)

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  8. Oh my God, Kristen! You are wonderful!!! I am totally using this next year. I can't believe you went through all that trouble just to share with us. You are truly an amazing teacher! Thank you!!
    Dianne
    Hopelessly Devoted to Teaching

    By the way, I was thinking about organizing a Meet Up for us New Englanders. Would you be interested in something like that?

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  9. OMG, I'm so happy to see this! I have recently bought The Daily Five and CAFE book, and I hope to read it further to implement this into my classroom next year. I've already added a few elements, and I'm pumped to get started!! Thank you soooooo much!!!!!!!!!! :-)

    Angela
    The Daily Alphabet

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  10. Thanks so much for sharing these!! You are wonderful! I would love to see more about how you run this in your classroom and some of your mini-lesson ideas! I am still trying to find the time to squeeze everything in!

    Molly
    Lessons with Laughter

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  11. Love, love, love, love, love, love!
    Thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks!
    I did FACE of a Reader this year...will have some of the same cherubs next year so this will be a nice change!

    Jena Kehler

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  12. These are amazing Kristen! Thanks so much for sharing! I would have bought them for sure but I totally understand about the copyright issues. I love the circle graphics from Digital Bake Shop. I am with you on writing the pieces in my own handwriting because I hate to to look at messy handwriting all year. Thanks again for sharing! Have a great weekend!

    Swimming into Second

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  13. These are Phenomenal!! The extra letters cover all the 'extra' mini lessons I cover in second grade. You super rock!!!!!
    Muuuuuuchas gracias!!!

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  14. I love this. Thanks so much for sharing it :)

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  15. These are wonderful! I love how willing everyone was with allowing you to share your "labor of love." You are so creative!

    I hope you'll "share" what the Sister wrote. I would be so awestruck. They are an inspiration.

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  16. When I first saw your new headers I thought "Fabulous! Wouod love to expand cafe.
    Now I am able to. Thank you so much for your generosity and creativity!

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  17. WOW, I am amazed by your creativity and work! Keep up the great work!!!!

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  18. Thank you!!! You are great!
    I totally get the not letting the kids do it - I'm SOOOO OCD, and I wouldn't be able to handle that! ha!

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  19. Kristen, Thank you these are beautiful! Love your blog and I am your newest follower! I would love to learn how to create such polished work like this!

    Andrea
    One Teacher's Take

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  20. Thank you SO much. I was hoping to revamp my CAFE board, and now I have wonderful resources to do it with! :) You always have such great resources and ideas. Thanks again for sharing!

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  21. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!!!

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  22. You are AWESOME!!! I've been telling all my coworkers about your "craft variation" for the past few days! Can't wait to show them this!!!
    Thank-you SO much!

    Jen
    Runde's Room

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  23. Thank you thank you thank you!!!!! Amazing!!

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  24. Aghhh! Everything you produce is so, so amazing, colorful, fun and USEFUL! Thank you so much for sharing for free!!

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  25. You are incredible! I saw this on my phone when we were out with the in-laws and couldn't wait to get home and see them on the full screen ;)

    I added this to the new 3-6 Free Resources Blog, so I know you will be helping oodles and oodles of teacher everywhere with your amazing ideas!!

    Thanks for posting these!

    ~Stephanie
    3rd Grade Thoughts

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  26. Thanks so very, very much. I have been reading up on the sisters for the last couple of months and have BIG plans for starting it (DAY 1) in my class in August.

    Your work is beautiful and oh-so appreciated.

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  27. I will ABSOLUTELY use it! Thank you so much for the freebie!!!! Love ya, girl!
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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  28. these are super cute!! thanks so much for sharing! :)

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  29. Thank you! I loved this idea so much and it's so great of you to share it as a freebie!

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  30. Awesome!! Thank you for sharing :-) .

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  31. Thank- you soooooo much for your generosity! I will definitely be using this in my classroom! You are AMAZING :)

    Color Me Kinder

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  32. So AMAZING! Thanks for sharing!
    ❀Beth Ann❀
    Taming My Flock of Firsties
    bakteach16@gmail.com

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  33. Thanks so much for sharing. This is awesome. I think I will be implementing this next year.
    Ms. Kerri and her Krazy Kindergarten

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  34. I am amazed that you spent so much time figuring all this out for us. Thank you so much!!

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  35. I am so excited that you posted these! I cannot wait to print them out! :)

    Abby
    Third Grade Bookworm

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  36. Thank you! I bought the cute circle cutter this weekend. I can't wait!

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  37. I love these and I can't wait to use them with my class! Thank you so much for being so generous and sharingthis with us.

    Curls and a Smile

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  38. I concur with what everyone has said, "I'm so excited to print these out and get them up in my room!!" Kristen, you are incredibly amazing and GENEROUS! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! xoxo

    Jamie
    Thrills in Third Grade

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  39. Thank you so much for this! I will be starting this after spring break and love how it fits so much better with my fourth graders than CAFE. I've been trying to tweak it for weeks and then you posted your version. I am soo excited to use it. Thanks again!

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  40. Thanks for offering this creative re-make of the CAFE board. I definitely see the benefit in modifying it to fit the needs of older readers and writers. I believe politicians have a lot to learn from teachers or teachers should become politicians....national and world problems solved by listening, caring, and sharing. Thanks again.

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  41. Thank you SO much for sharing! I can't wait to use this for next year!

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  42. Kristen, I love these. I especially love how they letters are round. It is just so visually appealing. The paper is genius. LOVE it!

    ~Stephanie
    Teaching in Room 6

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  43. THIS IS AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE YOU!!!!! :) (In a non-creepy way, as you know!)
    THANK YOU!
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

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  44. You are amazing, and I love it. Thank you. Miss talking to you via email. Maybe I will write to you this week.

    Ms. M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

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  45. Thank you! Thank you! I appreciate you sharing this!
    FanaticaboutFirst
    Erin

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  46. I really think this is wonderful! Would you be willing to share the strategy cards that go with each heading? I'd like to share this with our literacy coach and maybe our whole district could go this route...it aligns so beautifully with the common core. Thanks so much!

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  47. You are awesome!! Thank you so much for the resources.

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  48. Many thanks Kristen. You made this teacher super happy!


    Rachel

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  49. Amazing! Thank you so much for sharing! God bless you more! :)

    Maybelline (Thailand)

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  50. Yay! I feel like I've hit the jackpot! I have already sent these to the printer. I can't wait to get them up. What a nice way to start Term 4!

    I feel like using this CRAFT board is a great way to now extent my students thinking about what good readers do! We've had the CAFE board up all year and this will just make it a bit fresh. It will stretch my students just the perfect amount.

    You are decorating rooms around the world. (I am in Thailand, too!) I love your designs.

    How did you create these? Any chance of seeing a tutorial on how you create your lovely work? You definitely have design talent! Oh, and I linked your tutorial page to mine... I hope that is okay. Check it out and let me know if not. :-)

    Cheers,
    Kate

    Innovate, Create and Relate

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  51. Kristen:
    There are just no words...
    Except CIRCLES.
    And LOVE.
    Sigh.
    And THANKS.

    Kim
    Finding JOY in 6th Grade

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  52. Thank-you so much for sharing! You are very creative at what you do!

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  53. Thank you so much - they are awesome! I can't wait to try them in my classroom! Lisa

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  54. OMGoodness! I am so excited! I am currently finishing my last year of my Bachelors program for Elementary Education. I have to create my first ever reading unit and so had to include this idea in my lesson plans! I was so impressed with your board when I first saw it last week that I shared it with my Learning Team as well as my instructor! You made my day with your free downloads! I love your site, and I am learning so much from you! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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  55. WOW! MANY, MANY THANKS! This is AWESOME! :)

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  56. You are amazing, but I know I have told you that before! I am actually going to see the sisters April 16th and 17th and cannot wait!!! I love the twist you did on the CAFE board. So thankful for your amazing blog!

    Miss Klohn
    Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher

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  57. I love your blog, your classroom design, and your philosophy! As a veteran teacher (28 years!) who is STILL looking for fresh, new ideas, I appreciate your willingness to share! Thanks so much for your inspiration!

    Tina Ladner

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  58. This is fantastic! I have been looking into this while I have a student teacher. I plan on implementing this next year so this will be a perfect summer project. You totally ROCK! Thank you for being willing to share your creations and going to the creators to get permission to share! You are a true teacher!!
    Tricia

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  59. I love this! Thank you so much for making it avaliable.

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  60. You do such a nice job of making things look wonderful and be something that you can use in the classroom on a regular basis! Thanks for sharing and letting the rest of us look like we are amazing too! ;)

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  61. I love, love , love this.... Could you please make an "E" with an orange circle and the Expand Vocabulary card? My school is making me use the traditional CAFE menu... sad :(.

    This is so cute. Thanks for all of the great ideas and products that you share with us!

    Stephanie
    ssmith_73@hotmail.com

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  62. This is SO awesome! Thank you so much sharing! I am going to see "the sisters" in August as they present on Daily 5 and Cafe! I can't wait to use your version!

    ❀Bethany❀
    Learning is a Journey

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  63. Hi,
    I'm a bilingual teacher and am wondering if you could email me the Word Document of the headers, so I could change them to Spanish? I would be glad to send them back to you translated as well.
    My email is abigailfehr@gmail.com
    Thanks!
    Abigail

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  64. Awesome job! I always thought that CAFE needed more to include and this is it! THANKS!

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  65. I love this! I did the FACE of a Reader this year, but I will do Reader's CRAFT next year because it seems a little more grown up for second graders. :) Thank you for the freebies and going to all the trouble to ask around about sharing! I'm so glad you did!

    ✿.。.☆♪♫*❤*Melly*❤*☆.。.✿

    stapelrsstrategies@gmail.com

    Stapler’s Strategies for Sizzlin' Second Graders!

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  66. I just ran across this and I'm awestruck! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us.

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  67. This is awesome!! I agree with Stphanie, any way you could make a matching header of an E for those of us who don't have the school literacy program flexibility to switch to CRAFT from CAFE but LOVE your wonderful printables?? I love your idea of adding reader response, though! I wish I could change my CAFE board to this! Thanks for sharing your great ideas!

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  68. THANK YOU!!! I am a first grade teacher and I LOVE these headings! Great idea! I love your designs!

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  69. I can't wait to share your blog with teachers this summer! I just downloaded your file. Thank you for sharing! Theresa

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  70. I love the added response to literature and the text features...I would like to add the vocabulary piece and was wondering how you coordinated the graphics.

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  71. I am in love with CRAFT! Brilliant idea--can't wait to use next year!

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  72. I love the craft idea, but the CRAFT letters printed really weird, off on the bottom. Could you possibly email me the file so I can try printing it that way? THanks. Laurie

    hosta.queen@hotmail.com

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    1. Hi Laurie, I think you need a recent Adobe Reader to view them nicely--it's a free download. Thanks for visiting!!! :)

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  73. I have one word - Perfect. Love the Respond to reading and text features. Would you please tell us the font you used. Also, would love to see the strategies you listed below your craft sign. Thanks so much.

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  74. I have one word - Perfect. Love the Respond to reading and text features. Would you please tell us the font you used. Also, would love to see the strategies you listed below your craft sign. Thanks so much.

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  75. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING!!! I'm alreay thinking about the next school year and how I'm going to use CRAFT instead of CAFE. I shared it with the other teachers at my school and they loved it also. So much that we're going to change CAFE to CRAFT. Could you please share the stategies/stategy cards you used under these headings or let me know what resources you used? THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!!

    Kim
    kdeyo@spsmail.org

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  76. Love these! I have downloaded and printed the signs and would like to type on the lined paper in your Powerpoint file but I must be doing something wrong. What do I need to do? The lines keep moving... I can usually figure this stuff out on my own...Sorry!

    Thanks!
    Sunshine
    sunshineemery@hotmail.com

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  77. I love this! I can't wait to use this next year. Thanks for sharing your hard work!

    Megan
    I Teach. What's Your Super Power?

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  78. Amazing!! Thanks so much for sharing! :)

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  79. ICANT DOWNLOAD THE VOICE OR CRAFT FILES

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  80. I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO USE THEM IN MY CLASSROOM.

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  81. HELP! I have been trying to download your cute things and it won't let me. Could you please email them to me? My email is whatareyoureadingtoday@gmail.com

    Thank you so much!!
    katie
    Shreveport

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  82. Oh my goodness, I adore this!! Thanks to you for designing and all the others for allowing to give for free. I am going to be teaching first grade this coming year and will definitely be using the daily 5 cafe. Would you be willing to send the "e" to me?
    trishjlandis@gmail.com. Love your blog and cannot wait to read all your past posts hee, hee :). Thanks so much!!

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  83. Kristen,
    These are fantastic but of course you know that by now. :) Thank you so much for sharing your talents. I love the addition of responding to text, but would love to know what else you put under there besides "use because" and "use quotation marks". Any additional info you've got would be much appreciated! After all, it's not like you've done enough for us already. ;)

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  84. I just printed these out to prepare for the upcoming school year! I can't wait to see them on my wall. :)

    To echo what many others have said, I hope you are planning a post to share some of your ideas for underneath the headers...

    Thanks again for sharing!

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  85. Thanks so much! So smart!

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  86. Thank you so much! I live the changes you made to CAFE. So clever!

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  87. I love your craft board!!! I was wondering where you go the list of strategies for each of your letters from. Thanks for creating and sharing this resource :)

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  88. These are amazing! I can't wait to use them! I think they fit the older grades much better than the standard CAFE board.

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  89. I.LOVE.THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for being so sweet and sharing these with us!

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  90. I loved the idea of CRAFT especially for the older kids. I will be using it in my classroom this year. However, I wanted to create a one page handout for my kids to put in their binder with the CRAFT heading and the skills underneath it. I am not at all creative. I was wondering if you could possibly post a document with the cute CRAFT headings so I can create the handout.

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  91. Great job! Just wondering what exactly do you use under the other headers? Can you share?
    Thanks!!!

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  92. Wonderful change for the upper grades.

    Could you post the strategy headings for R (response to text) and T (text elements)? In the CAFE book it list the mini lessons for each CAFE and I was hoping you'd share what you used for the R and T.

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  93. Thank you so much for sharing! What a clean and easy-to-read board. I absolutely love it and I was starting to try and replicate it from a picture I saw when I came across your downloads. Bless you!

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  94. A BIG HUGE THank you for sharing!!!!

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  95. Kristen, I sent both the CRAFT headers and the VOICES headers to Staples Printing Services. I'm thrilled with the way they came out. They look SO GOOD!!! Thank you for sharing your brilliant ideas! :)

    Leslie
    Miss R's Room

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  96. Love these! I'm a first year teacher, 4th grade, and I am going to use these on one of my bulletin boards. Thank you sooooo much!

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  97. Thank you, thank, thank you! I just moved to a new school and grade, and this will be my weekend project to refresh my Daily Five board for my fifth graders. You are so kind to do this!

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  98. Thank you so much for sharing - I've seen many version of this and yours is by far the best! I am having the same trouble as another poster...when I try to type on the lines, the lines move. Can you offer any help??

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  99. Wonderful !!! Wonderful !!
    Thank you so much for helping me get excited again for the upcoming year. I am interested too in the strategies for R and T.....many happy thoughts go your way! Enjoy your summer break:)

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  100. These and the writing VOICES are just amazing! I was wondering what font you used so for the headers so I can match the print on my strategies for underneath!

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  101. Hi everyone!! I'm so sorry to have kept you waiting. I feel absolutely terrible about it and have been trying to finish up the strategies as quickly as possible. CRAFT had such a late start in our classroom and I've been spending time getting the rest of the strategies ready over the summer, looking at our curriculum and doing some professional reading. Thanks so much for your patience! I will be posting them soon!

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  102. I am loving the Text elements but I think vocabulary is very important and hate to not talk about it. I was wondering if you could make me a sign changing the R to Recognizes and expands vocabulary?

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    1. Hi Jennifer! I'm sorry, I honestly can't keep up with the requests for adaptations to the board so I won't be able to do that. I really wish I could help out--I'm so sorry!!

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    2. What about adding a Y? Make it CRAFTY! Your Expanded Vocabulary...Just thinking...
      Love these! After Christmas break I am changing my CAFE menu!!
      Thank you so much :)

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  103. I love this board! I am a new teacher and frantically trying to get my classroom put together. Is there any way I can purchase the header definitions/strategies (ie-Comprehension-I understand what I read, etc.). I am a big fan of your work and am loving putting my classroom together with the help of your ideas and experience!

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    1. Hi TristyLou...I have a new board and strategies for Response to Text and Text Elements in a new post here: http://www.ladybugsteacherfiles.com/2012/08/updated-craft-board-with-strategies.html

      Best of luck with your new position!

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  104. Thanks for your patience and understanding! I've uploaded some strategies and new headers here: http://www.ladybugsteacherfiles.com/2012/08/updated-craft-board-with-strategies.html

    :)

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  105. I downloaded the CRAFT and CAFE headings, but for some reason the CAF from CAFE are missing from the file- can you please let me know where I can find them? Thanks!!!!

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    1. You will need the latest version of Adobe Reader (it's free) to see the file correctly. The CAFE Headers are mixed in with CRAFT board so there's just an extra E with that file.

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  106. Why do you feel the need to get permission to create this from "The Sisters"? They did not create "fluency" or "comprehension". Found a creative way to organize reading strategies, YES, but this is your version of representing reading strategies and it is well done!! I do not feel like you need permission to do anything based on what you have done.

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  107. I love everything, but my school wants me to use the original CAFE materials to be consistent with everyone else. I can't find the "E" and the "Expanding Vocabulary" headers. I have printed everything else out, but can you help me with the "E"?

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    1. Hi Yanique, thanks! There are some CAFE headers here: http://www.ladybugsteacherfiles.com/2012/04/more-craft-cafe-headers.html

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  108. These are SO helpful and awesome! You are great! Thanks so much!

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  109. This is great! I love your little mini-lesson additions underneath.
    Thanks!

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  110. This is great! I love your little mini-lesson additions underneath.
    Thanks!

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  111. Hi Kristen-

    Love your stuff! Do you still have the Terms and Vocabulary for the T in CRAFT? Where can I find it? Thank you!
    Erin Varley

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