Classroom Tested/Teacher & Student Approved Episode 20 {GIVEAWAY!}

With temperatures warming and hours of daylight extending further into the evening hours, it's time to start making sure my cupboards are stocked with the staples to make s'mores!

I would venture to guess that most people have a childhood memory to associate with the word s'mores...for me, it's camping with my family!  My family had a small camper, and when I was young, we spent most weekends between Memorial Day and Labor Day at Pearson Ranch campground in Yankton, South Dakota!  I have such wonderful memories from our camping trips - and making s'mores in an evening campfire is definitely one of them!

 So, do you think it's too much to wish for that my students might, years from now, hear the word "s'mores" and relate the word to making inferences?  :)  Maybe...  Anyway, that's the topic of this episode of my Classroom Tested - Teacher & Student Approved series!

For Episode 20 today, I am linking up with Nichole at The Craft of Teaching!

Click HERE to check out her post describing her experience using my S'more Inferences craftivity in her class.

Thanks again, Nicole, for "classroom-testing" this craftivity resource!

In keeping with the format of my previous episodes of Classroom Tested - Teacher & Student Approved, I'll share some of the feedback that has been left at my TpT store of this product:

Melissa P. commented:  "My students love your craftivities! They are a great interactive way to review and practice skills. They enjoy learning and working because each craftivity is fun and interactive!"

Jenny W. left this feedback: "The craftivities that you create always bring joy as well as academic success to my students. Your products are above and beyond!"

Would you like to use this S'more Inferences craftivity in YOUR classroom?  Enter the giveaway!  One winner will receive it!
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If you missed previous episodes of this "series", I have links to them in the Classroom Tested-Teacher & Student Approved tab above.

Finally, stop back on Monday for my Anchors Away Monday linkup to see the anchor chart I created this past year for teaching inferences.  (It extends the S'mores theme!)

Thanks so much for stopping by today,


  1. Hi Deb. I'll be posting my experience with the four types of sentences craftivity tomorrow (hopefully!) I also have my anchor chart ready for next week - at least, I'm efficient at some things. Happy weekend!

  2. Hi Deb,

    Make sure to go eat up some s'mores and watch a movie with Chip and Dale at Fort Wilderness while you are in Disney!! :)