Top 5 Freebies of the Week 2/1/2014

How is it already February!? This year is flying by! We’re 10 days away from our 100th day, which means many of you have already celebrated yours. Click {here} for a 100th day freebie and fun idea from last year. 🙂

As I was changing my school calendar over from January to February, I realized I will only do that two more times before our first baby is here! Time is certainly flying!

Last weekend my sisters, mom, and best friend threw me an amazing baby shower, and I just want to share some of the cute little details that went into it. 🙂

Baby Shower

I love that it was a “green” theme. My hubby and I are very environmentally friendly, so, even though they did it themselves at a hall, they opted for real plates, silverware, linens, etc. The adorable flowers and mason jar cups were the favors, and those straws are made out of paper not plastic. They also asked people to use zero to minimal wrapping (which made unwrapping A LOT less stressful). I loved the baby clothes clothes line, and as you can tell, I had NO clue and was completely surprised. (As you can see, I’m holding a gift because I thought it was my nephew’s birthday party!) It’s nice to know you’re loved. 🙂

Now, I’m done being mushy. Onto this week’s freebies!
Top 5 freebies pic

Number 5.

Whoops! I had to review number 5 because it was actually a priced item! I’m not sure if I missed that when I posted it, or if the person changed it (I hope not), but I’m just going to stick to 4 this week. Sorry about that!

Number 4.

Tic Tac Toe Freebie

We all know that if you make learning a game, your students will enjoy it even more! Check out this freebie from Primary Packrat. These basketball-themed game boards provide quick practice reading Fry’s high-frequency words. There are eleven game boards covering Fry’s first 100 words (except for the word “a”).

Number 3.

cupid-hunt freebie

Here’s a great freebie for upper elementary people from Virginia Conrad. You can get your kids researching history, geography,famous people, and more as they hunt for Cupid.  Four worksheets of interesting things to find out!  Plus an extension research/writing project.  Just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Number 2.

Broken hearts freebie

Broken hearts aren’t normally fun, but they will be if you grab this freebie from Sebrina Burke! This is a fun and simple to prepare math number center for PreK or Kindergarten students. Students cut out puzzle piece hearts and then reassemble them by matching the number on one side of the broken heart to the quantity of candy hearts located on the other half of the heart. There is an option to use blank hearts for the students to count and write the number independently.

Number 1.

Even and Odd Valentines FREEBIE

Here’s a great second grade freebie from Teacher’s Toolkit! Students will sort whether the numbers are even or odd. It comes with a fun chant, and is perfect for Valentine’s Day!

Speaking of Valentine’s Day, since it’s the first of February, you might want to check out my Valentine’s Day MEGA pack. It includes everything you need to have a fun, education V-Day! Check out this {blog post} about everything that’s in it, and click on the picture below to purchase it on TpT.

Valentine's Day MEGA Pack

Stop back tomorrow to see what we’ve been working on this week.

Have a great Saturday!

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