Top Five Freebies of the Week 4/27/2013

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Number 5.

Spring Place Value FREEBIEPlace value is such an important skill, which is why I love this spring themed multiplayer game from Mel from From The Pond. Students try to make the largest or smallest number possible by placing numbers in either the tens or ones column. This is sure to be a great springtime hit!

Number 4.

Reading Strategy Posters

I love these small reading strategy posters from Second-grade-alicious. She suggests taping them right onto your guided reading table so students have them right there when you’re working with them, and I think that’s a wonderful idea!

Number 3.

Adding TenAdding 10 to a number is a very important common core skill, and students get to practice that with this fun flower themed game from Teach With Laughter! This game would work great in pairs. Students roll e die, add 10, and then in they have that number on their flower, they cover it up. The first person to cover up each number on their flower wins!

Number 2.

Mothers Day TeaPot CardPssst! Mother’s Day is just around the corner! I know, it’s snuck up on me too! Luckily I found this adorable tea pot card freebie from Crayon Box Learning that your students (and their moms) will love. The teacup pattern also comes blank so students can write their own message.

Number 1.

Teacher Appreciation

I LOVE Teacher Appreciation Day! Can you guess why? 😉 I also love these fabulous teacher appreciation certificates from The Teacher Gene because they allow you to fill in the recipient’s name- How cool!

Welp, those are my picks for the week! I love sharing these freebies, and I think my favorite part is hearing what you think about them, so leave a comment below and let me know!

Before I go, I just wanted to show you my newest product that I’m SUPER proud of!

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This pirate themed map pack is a great way to introduce basic map skills. It includes a SUPER fun interactive powerpoint that explains the parts of a map and how to use a grid.

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It also includes some fabulous simple map worksheets for students to practice their skills.

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And it culminates with a fabulous create your own map and pirate craftivity!

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Click any of the pictures about to check it out!

Have a fabulous weekend!

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6 Comments

  • vicky
    April 27, 2013 9:23 am

    Hi Martha,
    You should be proud of the map unit…it’s darling! I also love that staff freebie…I’m gonna go check it out. Love all your stuff my friend. <3
    Vicky
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

    • Primary Paradise
      Primary Paradise
      April 27, 2013 10:15 am

      Aw Vicky, you are too, too sweet! Thanks! 🙂

  • April Bishop
    April 27, 2013 10:54 am

    My husband thinks I am crazy that every Saturday I am busy working because of your awesome freebie finding talents but I love it! Thank you so much. I am thinking of using your map lessons for the end of the year treasure hunt and have the trunk filled with chalk and bubbles and things to play with at school.

    • Primary Paradise
      Primary Paradise
      April 27, 2013 12:35 pm

      Aw April, I’m so glad that you enjoy my posts! That sounds SO fun! If you do decide to so the treasure hunt, I’d love to hear about it! 🙂

  • Jean
    April 28, 2013 7:14 am

    Thank you so much for featuring my freebie! I am so grateful! I tried to follow you here through email (email address and subscribe) but haven’t received a confirmation email like it said I would. Maybe I just have to be patient? Thought I’d ask. Thanks again so much!

    • Primary Paradise
      Primary Paradise
      April 28, 2013 9:22 am

      Hmmm… I not sure exactly why. Did you check your spam folder? If it doesn’t work by this afternoon, I’d put it through again. Thanks so much!

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