Top 5 Freebies of the Week 7/27/2013

Hi Friends!

Have you been participating in out Back to School Exclusive at our new blog?

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Well, either way, head on over to {The Teaching Tribune} today because myself and my friend Cyndie from {Chalk One Up for the Teacher} have some great organizational tips for you, AND you could enter to win some awesome prizes! 🙂

Here are the prizes that are still up for grabs!

Day 5 Prizes

If you haven’t hopped through the freebies yet, {click here}. If you have, just click the picture above to enter today’s rafflecopter. 🙂

Now onto my Top 5 Freebies for this week! 🙂

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Number 5.


I love this back to school counting and graphing pack from Lisa Tarman. It’s common core aligned and would be a great graphing activity for the beginning of the year. 🙂

Number 4.

Back-to-school-scrambled-sentencesIf you’re looking for some back to school themed scrambled sentences, look no further than this pack from Differentiation Station! Students use capitalization, punctuation, and content to organize the sentence into the correct order. There are also two extension worksheets for extra practice.

Number 3.


This partner picking freebies from Laura Santos is also a great way to reinforce some telling time skills! Simply distribute the clock partner sheet to each student in your class and have them write their name at the top of the page. Students then record their 12 different clock partners on the 12 lines around the clock. Anytime you want your students to get up and move while learning, you can simply say, “Meet with your ___ o’clock partner.” Students are able to quickly find that partner and share without any wasted time.

Number 2.


If you use a number of the day in your class, you’ll love this freebie from KTP on TPT (love her name!) It would be a great addition to your calendar time!  Your calendar helper will write in the number of the day and then you and your class can help fill in the numbers around it.  Just print on bright card stock, laminate and use a dry erase marker for the numbers!  Doing this daily will help with number sense and finding patterns on a hundred chart.

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These fun back to school math codes from Happy Teacher Happy Kids are great for K,1, and 2! Students use the key to find the fun phrase! You can choose if students are simply finding the number or if they have to add to find the number.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoy these freebies. Don’t forget to check out the back to school exclusive event and enter to win some awesome prizes!

Have a lovely weekend!

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1 Comment

  • Felicia DeeCee Zolt Tokson
    August 10, 2013 8:39 am

    thank you for this bunch of terrific freebies! have a great start to the new year!

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