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Freaky Friday Week 3...Differentiated Pumpkin Readers!

Freaky Friday Dollar Deals 

I hope you've enjoyed the last two Freaky Fridays and were able to grab some fantastic dollar deals! We've got another round of deals this Friday (Oct.19) with 40+ stores participating.

You can jump to all of the deals by clicking below, or scroll to the bottom of this post to see all of the participating stores. This week, I'm offering my Differentiated Pumpkin Readers for $1! Keep reading to find out more about how you can use these in your classroom.

This week I've marked down my pumpkin readers. These paper-saving books cover three pumpkin topics (pumpkin life cycle, pumpkin parts, and pumpkin uses) in three different levels, giving you a total of nine books. Each book only requires one sheet of paper (printed double-sided).

Informational Printable Pumpkin Books

Assembling these books is easy. Just copy double-sided, cut each book in half horizontally, slide the top half behind the bottom half, fold in half, and staple.

differentiated pumpkin readers assembly

You can use these books, which also have an interactive component, in your guided reading groups. They are also great to send home for parents to work on with children since they incorporate reading and comprehension in one sheet of paper. Because these readers are leveled, you can provide students with the book that will give them just the right amount of challenge while letting all children learn about the same themes.

Leveled Pumpkin Readers

To help you keep track of which book is which, I have included a small triangle symbol on the cover of each.

one triangle = One short sentence per page, repetitive and predictable text
two triangles = One sentence per page, varied sentence structure, more high-frequency words
three triangles = One or two sentences per page, more complicated concepts and vocabulary

Head on over to TPT to grab these books for a dollar and don't forget to take advantage of the rest of our Freaky Friday Dollar Deals!

Differentiated Pumpkin Readers

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