August 5, 2012

Updated CRAFT Board with Strategies

I have to say first and foremost, I am sorry it has taken so long to post the CRAFT Strategies! I wanted to take the summertime to go through my school's Reader's Workshop model, as well as some other professional resources before I shared the list I would use for my class this year. 

And, while I do have a list of strategies to start the year, I know I'll be adding to it as time goes and I get to know my new class (since my ELL newcomer classes are so different each year!). Of course you know I will come right here to share any updated strategies I might use! :)
So...I have the following files to share...
  • Some new CRAFT Headers to go with my classroom color scheme (as shown in the photo above).
  • A definition of CRAFT. I wanted a visual to go along with the CRAFT Headers...and this is what my students and I talked about last spring, in regards to the acronym.  (This sign is also available in white with black font, in case you'd like to save some ink).
  • The strategies for CRAFT for this school year...one example is below.
  • Lined paper to match each header and handwrite the strategies (if you'd like an editable version to type on, please let me know and I will share that next!)
And here's a breakdown of what I have for strategies:
  • The strategies I use for Comprehension, Accuracy, and Fluency are the ones I learned from The CAFE Book, so they are not included in this file...I am sharing the strategies I am using with my class for the other parts of CRAFT--The R and T!
  • The strategies under Text Elements focus on various features of text, with a heavy emphasis on nonfiction literature--since that is a major unit within the Reader's and Writer's Workshop model my district uses.
  •  The strategies under Response to Text are two-fold:
1. Some strategies are meant for response questions I give to my students.

My class uses Reading Binders and a variety of Reader's Response questions. We do a ton of whole-class work on these various response questions throughout the year...
Eventually, students choose from a list of questions for a response topic--to fit a particular book they are reading. This not only allows my students to select a question based on their knowledge of the story they are reading, but also allows them to choose a question they can handle based on their level of English proficiency.
2. Other strategies under Response to Text are meant for my students' reading journals.

This is going to be a little new for me. A couple of times each week (when students are not responding to a Reader's Response question) the class will respond in a composition book, with a letter to the teacher style of response. I did this a loooong time ago when I was a new teacher, but would like to get back to it now that I am accustomed to our Reader's Workshop model (don't you love heading into the second year of something that was new?!).

The strategies for both of these parts of the CRAFT Board are at the end of the packet...there are four pages of various strategies...

And that's it for now! I have a lot to start the year with, so I am pretty excited to use CRAFT from the very beginning! As I said before, I will be sure to update this packet with any additional strategies I use with my students. To download the packet (it is free) please click on the preview below (it will take you to my shop--I've heard some concerning things about Google Docs changing lately?!?!). I hope this can be of use! :)
This file is intended for personal use only. Please do not distribute. Thank you!

118 comments:

  1. Wow!! This looks great!! Hope you had a great weekend!

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  2. First of all, I love you CRAFT posters. I think there are fantastic and the idea is so suiting for older students and testing. Now.... after I print the wonderful craft posters from last year...now you put these even more awesome ones up... LOL! You are extremely creative and I love it. Keep creating and sharing.

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  3. This is amazing!!! I'm heading up to school tomorrow. I can't wait to print them out. Thank you for sharing your hard work and general awesomeness!

    Megan

    I Teach. What's Your Super Power?

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  4. Kristen, you are my hero yet again!! I just set-up the CAFE headers in my classroom that you posted during the school year but I'm going to take those down right away tomorrow because I LOVE the new files you created!! Thank you!!!!!!

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  5. The definition sign for CRAFT is awesome!! Once again, I love the bright on black! :)

    ❤ -Stephanie
    Falling Into First

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  6. I love this and plan to use it this school year. So, do you post the CRAFT and then add the strategies as you teach them? Do you just keep the typed up strategies for your reference or do you post those somewhere?

    Also - where did you get the alphabet in your picture? Love it.

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    1. Hello! The typed up ones are for me. We do post them as we go, like the CAFE board by the sisters. The alphabet I made for my class, it's in my shop. Thank you!! :)

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  7. I loved your CRAFT poster last year, but I am printing this one right now. I will give my old one to the new teacher in my team. I am going to school tomorrow to set up. One more week for me and back to work. The students start the 20th. Enjoy your summer! Thank you for sharing 80)

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  8. This is AWESOME!! Thanks so much!!

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  9. This is sososososo perfect & wonderful, thank you!!! I'm heading back into school tomorrow and this was just the motivation I needed :) :) Thanks for sharing your wonderfulness, as always!

    ~Stephanie
    3rd Grade Thoughts

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  10. Not only is this beautiful work, but it's perfect for our students. Thank you so much for all of your hard work and obvious time spent working on these resources!
    Heather

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  11. This looks terrific, Kristen. I used a lettet response format last year, too and loved it!
    Elizabeth

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  12. Fabulous Kristen. I love the lined paper! I am making my CRAFT board as we speak, and came here for inspiration...when lo and behold, you did all the work for me :) And I would LOVE an editable version of the lined paper.

    ~Stephanie
    Teaching in Room 6

    PS...I tried to rate the product on TN and couldn't for the life of me figure it out. :(

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    1. Hey Stephanie! I can't remember if I said this to you, but thanks for trying and TN doesn't have rating for the free items. Thanks anyways! :)

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  13. Oooo, it looks so pretty. Do you think my kinder and 1st grade kids can use these too?

    M

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    1. Hey girl! I'm honestly not sure. I think so, with strategies for your guys. I really wanted the Response to Text for my students because it's such a huge thing in the upper elem grades--but I know my sister does that kind of work with her younger students at their level. :)

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  14. Fantastic as usual!! Love it! I just started making my strategies and you have done it all already:)) Mahalo for this!

    Aloha,
    Corinna
    Surfin' Through Second

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  15. I love it, Kristen!! I was panning on printing your version from last year tomorrow, but I will be printing this one, instead ;) I love the craft definition you included, too. Just out of curiosity, since you removed "expand vocabulary, do you include the sisters' vocabulary strategies into one of the categories? {you probably mentioned this somewhere else, but I can't find it!}

    Kate
    EduKate and Inspire

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    1. Hey Kate! I'm just working those into Text Elements. Everything we do is embedded in vocabulary since my students are newcomer ELLs, so we are constantly talking vocab. in stories anyhow. Thanks for reading! :)

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    2. Ok, that makes sense! Thanks!

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  16. Thank you for another AWESOME Resource!!!
    =)Beth

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  17. Thanks sooo much for sharing these! You are incredible!

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  19. Sorry, forgot to leave my name....

    Thank you so much for the additional slide explaining why we use CRAFT.

    Ali

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  20. Thank you so much for sharing! I really appreciate your ideas and talents!

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  21. I cannot tell you how glad that I am that I stumbled onto your blog. Pretty much the best and most useful one out there! I am just getting ready to start CRAFT this year and this will be sooooooooooo helpful! Thank you!!

    Cyndie

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  22. I agree with Cyndie! I have been teaching for quite sometime and it is so nice to have new, refreshing ideas :)
    Thanks. Also, would you please send me the lined "paper" to edit the strategies for craft. swink2182@yahoo.com
    Thank you so much!!!
    Sara

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  23. I love, love, love these. I think adding the R and T align the board with common core. I can not wait to get started using it. I would also love the lined paper to edit if you don't mind mwashington@washoeschools.net

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  24. Thank you for sharing this! I also use CAFE strategies in my room. I can't wait to use this board this year. We also use reading binders. I seem to switch up the tabs every year. I'm still looking for the perfect set up! I would love to see how you set up the binders in your room and the list of response questions you provide.

    Thanks so much!
    Jamie

    luppesj@smithville.k12.mo.us

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    1. Hi Jamie, I will definitely be sharing more about them once I get started with my students. I think I switch up the tabs a lot too, but this year I pretty much know what I want...so hopefully it will work out well!

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  25. Thanks so much Kristen for posting these for free! You are too sweet, and helping so many teachers! I pinned this on Pinterest and people are going nuts over them!! :)

    Young Teacher Love 5th Grade Blog

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    1. Thanks Kristine and thanks for pinning! :) :)

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    1. Patty!!! Why didn't you tell me you had a blog?! I'm coming right over now! :)

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  27. You are making my classroom look amazing this year! I really appreciate all your hard work and willingness to share.

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    1. What a lovely thing to say--thanks so much! :)

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  28. You have done it again, my friend!


    faithfulinfirst.blogspot.com

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  29. Thanks for sharing! Your willingness to share is phenomenal! I have CAFE signs up now but will be switching them tomorrow!

    P.S Your blog is one of the first I chose to follow...rich with useful ideas and resources.

    Thanks
    Amanda
    http://rockstarsatwork.blogspot.com

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  30. Kristen- I am so happy I found your blog! I have spent many hours reading older posts and then turning around and creating!! Thank you for all the fresh ideas and inspiration. I was looking at some of your pictures and trying to figure out how/where you print all of your posters etc. Do you have just a normal printer at school? Do you recommend any place to get prints made. Also, on your reading drawers, I know they aren't labels but how did you get them on the drawers??? I need more time before school starts. SO MUCH TO STILL DO!!

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    1. aw thanks Kelly!! I print from home...I have an HP Wireless printer (Officejet 6000) and I really like how it prints. I've heard Staples does a nice job with printing, though I haven't tried it myself yet.

      The labels I laminate, then hot glue on to the drawers. The hot glue holds them on well, but you can still remove them if you pull hard on them--and the glue just peels off!

      Good luck with your back to school prep! :)

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  31. I just printed CRAFT and am laminating them as I write :). If possible, would you be able to send me the editable lined paper for strategies? Thank you roadways inspiring!
    Amy

    williama@frederick.k12.va.us

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  32. I LOVE this and your VOICES headers! I teach 6th grade, and we focus a lot on responding to literature. The strategy we emphasize id RACE (Reword, Answer, Cite, Expand) Would you be interested/willing in customizing a board header for me? I would pay you for it, of course! I wold hang it near the VOICES board, so it could really be the same format, just different letters and words. Please let me know if that might be possible! I have a spot in my room just begging to be filled with another of your awesome designs! Thanks!

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  33. This is awesome, thanks for sharing! I am going to third grade this year after teaching first and this will help so much! I would also love the lined paper to edit if you don't mind.

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  34. Kristin -

    I was thinking about how you print your posters... Do you always print with the color (like pink) background, then the white text on top? Your colors always come out so sharp! Do you think it would work if you printed directly on colored paper and the text was in white with a black outline?

    Just thinking deep classroom decor thoughts this afternoon ;)

    Lauren
    Life In Middle School

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    1. Hey Lauren! It's something newer I started doing this summer. I was looking around my classroom at the end of last year and all the signs I made looked so white and some were hard to see. I wanted to really make the important ones pop. I could print them on colored paper like you said--but I'm totally nuts about having everything coordinated so it's calming (since I'm working with brights) and using the same color ink keeps everything consistent. I hope I don't sound like a total freak!!! :/

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    2. Heehee! It's okay! I understand totally because I had to cover the edges of my bulletin board plugs over the summer and my teaching friends think I've totally lost it!

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  35. I would love to have a printable version of the CRAFT strategies to put on the board. Thank you so much!! : )

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  36. Love it! And I love all the bright colors! What is the font that you used to make the CRAFT signs? I love it and would like to make some things to coordinate with your cuteness! Thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. Thanks! Its This Font is Bold by Sweet Shoppe Designs.

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  37. I have printed and plan to use the other Craft headers (but love all these colors and may change....) I enjoy seeing all that you create and am so thankful you choose to share. Would you please send the editable lined paper? Thanks!

    apirateslife4us@gmail.com

    Thanks again for everything!
    Mary

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  38. I have your things all over my room and they go so perfectly with my neon theme. You are so helpful and your things are amazing. I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the editable version of the CRAFT templates. My handwriting stinks!

    Amy

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  39. Thank you! Thank you! I was just going over my CRAFT strategies yesterday and thinking, "Oh how I wish Ladybug would share hers." What timing you have! Now if only you would give me a printable for C, A, & F so my binder will be perfectly coordinated. ;) Teasing! You've done so much to save me time and I couldn't be more grateful.

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  40. I am new to Daily 5 and CAFE and your blog has been a Godsend! Thank you so much for the thought and work behind the CRAFT board; it seems perfectly tailored for my fourth graders. I know you are receiving a gazillion requests, but could you please send me the editable paper? Thanks, again, and I look forward to continuing to enjoy your blog.

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  41. An email address would help! gimartin@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us
    Thanks!

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  42. I did the same thing, I thought she meant if we wanted her to post them ;)
    ajm7611@yahoo.com

    Thanks, Kristen! You do so much I don't know how you find the time!

    Amy

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  43. Is there a chance I could get a copy of the lined printable paper as well? Thanks for all of your hard word!

    Randy
    The Middle School Mouth

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  44. I realized I didn't put my email for you to send the editable lined paper...colleen.pollitt@gmail.com. Thanks!!!

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  45. If I understand this right, are you emailing people the printable strategies for the CRAFT board? If so, could I please get them? :) Here is my email: marzullo@iname.com

    Thanks so much! You rock!

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  46. This looks great! This year I'll be halftime (alternating 2-3 days/week) K-8 ESL teacher. I was 2nd grade last year and did D5 (for the first time) with a little CAFE toward the EOY. I want to continue with D5 and your CRAFT idea BUT I wonder...in your opinion is it feasible with a K-8 halftime position? Oh and I'd love the editable lined paper please. jessika.stanton @ gmail.com

    Thanks!

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  47. I forgot to post my email address - sorry! rupryn03@yahoo.com Again, I would like the editable lined paper for the CRAFT strategies. Thank you!

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  48. Love this!! Can I also get the editable lined paper for the CRAFT strategies? My email is aschoenborn@mahnomen.k12.mn.us

    Thank you so much!!
    Alicia

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  49. Hi everyone! I just blogged and shared the editable lined paper--I couldn't keep up with the emails and I didn't want to miss anyone!!

    http://www.ladybugsteacherfiles.com/2012/08/editable-lined-paper-for-craft-board.html

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  50. You are amazing! I love your CRAFT board and am setting mine up this week. It is the perfect solution for the incorporating the Daily 5 in the intermediate grades. I am so thankful that you posted the Response to Text strategies and the Text Element strategies too - I was just trying to make those up using my standards, but you've saved me so much time! THANK YOU!!

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  51. Kristen,
    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I am going to implement the CAFE this year but I was still unsure of how I was going to effectively have students respond to literature especially with the common core and non fiction text being so important. I love the R and the T and it solved my problem. I can't wait to see what you add, I will be sure to share any strategies I end up with. Yeah! This makes the Daily 5 and CAFE so much more effective for the intermediate grades!

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  52. Thanks you so much for this wonderful resource. I really appreciate you offering it free of charge.

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  53. Kristen-
    I love your...actually, I can't name anything specific- I love it all! I have modeled my classroom after yours this year and I am SO excited!!! I am just starting Daily 5 and Cafe in my fifth grade classroom this year and I've gone back and forth betweetn cafe and craft. I think I'm going to start with cafe this year since I'm just getting started. I hate to bug you at this point in the summer, but I'd love to use your new "Craft" letters, but spell "Cafe" instead. Would you be able to please make an "E" and "expand vocabulary" card, and an "awareness: I understand how text is organized and use that to enhance my understanding."?? Or, if you tell me what fonts you used for the craft letters and the description cards, I can do it myself! Thank you for all you do!!
    Sincerely,
    Jenny Grafitti

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    1. Hi Jenny, I don't think I will have the chance to do this right now, due to getting my class ready for the start of the school. I hope to somewhere down the line, I'm very sorry!

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  54. Oh My I love your board also! I had to search for an few hours because I found it but forgot to bookmark it the other night. I too am use Cafe and was wondering the same tings as Jenny...I can not wait to go check out some more of your room. I am working to set my room up just moved classrooms. Thanks
    Carolyn Kinsman
    cskkinsman@yahoo.com

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  55. Hey! I'm silly and cant find the font that you used for the strategy cards. Do you have a link?

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  56. Hi! This is great!!! Thank you for sharing your hard work. Can I please get the lined notebook paper that can be printed on?

    PS...I am new to this and can't figure out what selection to make for the Comment as: box

    Stephanie
    mcafeestph26@hotmail.com

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    1. The lined paper is in this post:
      http://www.ladybugsteacherfiles.com/2012/08/editable-lined-paper-for-craft-board.html

      Thanks for visiting! :)

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  57. Kristen, your ideas are fantastic! I downloaded your CRAFT board, printed it, laminated it and it's ready to be put up. I noticed your new version with the colored backgrounds and white letters. Is it possible to get that version? It caught my eye and I'm sure my students will love it just the same. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Sure, it's a free download in my Teacher's Notebook shop. Thanks Celeste!

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  58. Kristen, I love,love,love the CAFE/CRAFT board. I would love to have an editable version of your lined paper that matches the new circles. Also what font is that on the strategies? Thanks so much!
    Amy

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  59. I have your CRAFT board up in my classroom. I'd love for it to be up and RUNNING! Please send the editable paper when you get a chance...and the name of the font you used b/c I downloaded your R & T and I'd like to be consistent. Thanks so much for your resources--they have made my life easier and my teaching craft better!

    Jada

    jadakemp@hotmail.com

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    1. Sorry...just saw the link above. Thanks for all you do that helps the rest of us along the way!

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  61. Kristen,
    With your CRAFT board do students pick the category that they are working on for the week? I have used CAFE for several years and students have chosen the area they needed to work on most for their reading goal and then we put their picture under that letter and then they write me a weekly letter of the strategies that they are using to meet that goal. With these new categories(which I love for intermediate studendts) I feel like ALL my students need to be working on ALL of these, but must importantly the comprehension, response-to text, and text features. So I am considering using these as headers for the activities that they need to complete each week in their workshop rounds. How do you use them?

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    1. Hi Tom, I'm actually not using the CRAFT board this year...I'm teaching a different population this year and have been tweaking my workshop techniques. However, when I did use the board, we used it to guide our daily mini lessons. During conferences, the student and I decided which ones they would return to individually, to work on further.

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  62. Just printed these to use with my 6th graders this upcoming year as I TRY to implement common core AND a reader's workshop model!! :)

    Thanks so much for all of your hard work! And thank goodness for summer!!!!!!

    Shannon
    http://www.irunreadteach.wordpress.com

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  63. Hi Kristen,

    I love these and am printing out the new version. Could I get the editable lined paper?

    mint20_00@yahoo.com

    Thanks!

    Shannon

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  64. Hi, I'm asking again... can I please get an editable version of the lined paper?

    mint20_00@yahoo.com

    Thanks!

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  65. Hi Kristen! I am soooo excited to use CRAFT this year! Could you send me your editable lined paper? I LOVE your creations! Thank you!

    -Kendra

    kddose@baschools.org

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  66. Hi Kristen,

    I love the creation of CRAFT. Could I get the editable lined paper?

    michelle.harbold@gmail.com

    Thanks!

    Michelle

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  67. Thank you so much for sharing this! I really appreciate that you are sharing all your hard work for free. You are awesome!

    I have been struggling with how to work with language arts this year. I have moved to third grade and am feeling a little rusty. You are a life saver. Your work has inspired me. I can't wait for the kiddos and their parents to come in and see this!

    In fact, you have so inspired me that I am going to attempt to do something similar with my math board. I doubt it'll be on par with your work, but I am excited :)

    Michelle from Montreal

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  68. Thank you so much for sharing! I have been using CAFE in my 4th grade room for 2 years now and I REALLY think CRAFT is going to be great for my students.

    If you could send me the editable lined paper that would be wonderful!

    I love all your stuff!!

    Thanks,
    Lindsay
    lerickso@gmail.com

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  69. I have been using CAFE for a little under two years. I believe the "R" will be a great addition to our reading strategies.

    Could you please send me the editable lined paper.

    rflores@interact. ccsd. net

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  70. As a first year 3rd grade teacher, I've been enthusiastically implementing the Daily 5, but am still designing my guided reading time. I came across your CRAFT idea, and love the additions. It is definitely appropriate for the upper grades and I appreciate you sharing it (for free). Tks,

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  71. Hi! Is this freebie still available? The link just brings me to the Teachers Notebook homepage :( I love this and would love to use it in my classroom for next year! Thanks for all your hard work!!

    nikki.back@gmail.com

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  72. I would also love this freebie, but am having a hard time connecting to it as well. Let me know if it's still available, as I think these additions to Cafe are wonderful! Thanks so much.

    osborne.audrey@gmail.com

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  73. Happy summer! I'm having the same issue as others. How could I get this CRAFT freebee?
    kwkeesling@yahoo.com

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  74. I would also like this freebie if possible. It looks perfect for my classroom! Thanks for all the great resources! ashton.kotas@doane.edu

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  75. Love love love this. Thank you so much for sharing. I tried to download the Reading Response Strategies and it took me to your store, but it wasn't available. Pretty sure I'm missing something. Any help would be greatly appreciated. :) Thank you!!

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  76. Hi, I absolutely love your CRAFT strategies and am really excited about implementing this in my grade 5/6 classroom. Clicking on the link took me to the Teacher's notebook site but not to your product. If it is still available, would it be possible to have it emailed? If not, is it available on TPT?
    jo.ms74@gmail.com

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  77. I love this board and have downloaded it before, but unfortunately my computer crashed and now I cannot access it anymore :( Is there any way you could email it to me? I would much appreciate it!

    haileygies@yahoo.com

    Thank you so much! Your work is absolutely beautiful!

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  78. This link also took me to the Teacher's Notebook site. Is it still available to purchase? Thank you for sharing your amazing creations that help our students!

    Alisa

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  79. Is there any possibility that we could get this in a powerpoint or editable - I was thinking about changing A to Academic Vocabulary. Thanks so much!

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  80. I LOVE these signs - I will be teaching 7th grade ELA in the fall and I plan to use your consistent color decor in my room! If the updated CRAFT board is still available, I would really love a copy!

    mgyoung51@gmail.com

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  81. I too am having trouble accessing this file, it just takes to the teacher's notebook website. I'm teaching 4th grade this year and this fits my color scheme perfectly. Is there any way you could email it to me? I'd greatly appreciate it!!

    amy.n.cain@gmail.com

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  82. I am going to echo Amy's message above...this goes to the teacher's notebook, but does not find the product. I would really love to have this product as well. It's wonderful! I will also leave my email for contact on getting access to this file. Thanks so much!

    mcastonguay@msad33.org

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  83. I would also like to use this with my third graders next year! If possible, could you contact me with how to get a copy? Thanks!!

    mbergmann@letchworth.k12.ny.us

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  84. I would also like a copy of this, if it is still available. I will be teaching 3rd through 5th ELA this year and I love the response to text and text feature focus.

    bsamples@jackson.k12.ga.us

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  85. I would LOVE a copy if still available. Just spent the last 20 minutes trying to find it elsewhere. It's so cute! fun.in.5th.grade.5@gmail.com

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  87. I would love a copy if it is still available for download or purchase. The existing link no longer works.

    misty.beagan@polk-fl.net

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  88. Hi Kristen,
    Could you please me a link to download or purchase this file? the link provided no longer works, but I love to have a copy. Thanks :-) Mary Mock marymock@bellsouth.net

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  89. Is there anyway I could purchase this file? It looks like such a great resource! I have tried finding it on the Teachers' Notebook & in your TPT store. Thanks for your help! ~Heidi hbwish@yahoo.com

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  90. I would love a copy of this! My email is lwebster@vcs.k12.nc.us.

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  91. I am also VERY interested in this product. The link didn't work for me and I couldn't find it in your TPT store. If you are e-mailing it out I would love a copy if you are still willing to share! Thanks for all your amazing products! My e-mail is edgertona@gmail.com

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  92. I would also love a copy of this file mad am willing to purchase. My email is angeletpowell@yahoo.com. Thank you!

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  93. You are amazing! I would love to have a copy of the editable lined paper to type up the strategies! I can't thank you enough for your fabulous freebies! camac47@gmail.com

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  94. Wow, what an amazing product you have created. I'm moving into using Daily 5 & CAFE (CRAFT) for the first time this year. I am a lone ranger in trying this, so all of your advice and products are so greatly appreciated! I'd love an editable copy of the lined pages. If you wouldn't mind sharing, my email is sdlerch@gmail.com. Thank you a million times with a cherry on top!!
    Sincere thanks!!!!!!

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