Back-to-School Freebie Frenzy

Welcome to everyone hopping through for the freebie frenzy! I'm sure that you've gathered some great goodies so far.

My freebie is something that I used last year for Constitution Day. I don't know about you, but Constitution Day sneaks up on me every year, and then I frantically look for something that I can use in isolation while I'm right in the middle of my Native American social studies unit.

Last year I decided to address Constitution Day in reading instead of social studies. I wrote some close reading passages about the Constitution with second read, third read, and writing response activities. I also included a basic how-to on close reading if you've never tried it with your class before. They would integrate nicely into your reading workshop format. Click on the picture or click {here} to get your copy.
I hope that it will come in handy for your last-minute Constitution Day planning!!
Before you keep hopping, make sure that you've entered our giveaway!

27 comments

  1. Hi Diane!
    I know exactly what you mean - Constitution Day always sneaks up on me too! IT's always the morning of when I'm franticly scanning TpT for something I can use - now I won't have to :)
    This packet looks great - thanks for sharing!
    ~Jessica
    Joy in the Journey

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  2. I love to teach reading comprehension.

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  3. I already have this prepped and ready to go. It will be a perfect addition for my reading centers! Thank you!!

    Susan

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    1. I hate when I hit enter too soon!! My favorite subject to teach has to be social studies!!

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  4. Hi Diane! Hope you are enjoying back to school. I just finished my first week back. I have to say my favourite subject to teach is science...love all the hands on investigations.

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  5. I like to teach social skills/life skills.

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  6. I love teaching math and reading!!!!!

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  7. I love math!! 5th and 6th grade are best!

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  8. I love Social Studies!
    chief9937@Yahoo.com

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  9. I love 5th grade social studies! I still get goose bumps with the America Revolution unit, even after 11 years.

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  10. I love 5th grade social studies! I still get goose bumps with the America Revolution unit, even after 11 years.

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  11. I love teaching both math & reading.

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  12. Reading has always been my favorite to teach!
    ~Heather aka HoJo~

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  13. I taught Kindergarten for the past three years and just started teaching 5th! My favorite subject to teach is definitely Reading/Language Arts :)

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  14. I enjoy teaching language arts/reading.

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  15. I have grown to love teaching math even though it wasn't my favorite as a student.
    Kayla
    The Chalkboard Garden

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  16. Hi! First, thank you for the fun giveaway and freebies! I found some great goods for my class. This year, I only teacher ELA and SS and rotate with one other teacher. Last year, I only taught ELA (which I LOVE!) but I was so busy switching that I didn't really connect with some students. I really like that I will have more time this year to get to know my students and do more projects in class.
    I love teaching reading and writing- especially creative writing.
    Also, if you should see this, I put the wrong number in Rafflecopter! For Jessica Lawler, I am Follower # 1987. I accidentally put in the number for your site twice. :)

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  17. My favorite subject to teach is Math. I love it! I love when students finally understand and I can see it(that light bulb moment)!

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  18. It's a toss up this year between Reading and Social Studies. :)

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  19. Definitely Math for me!

    Elizabeth

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  20. I love all the subjects I teach, but if I have to choose one, it would be math.

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  21. My favorite subject to teach is math. How do I find my TpT follower number? I'm using my iPhone and iPad right now. Thnx!

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    1. Just enter the number of followers that person has. Thanks!

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  22. I love teaching reading, but social studies was always my favorite before departmentalization six years ago.

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