Top 5 Freebies of the Week 5/31/2014

Wait… is it really going to be JUNE tomorrow? I’m pretty sure that’s not possible! Around here, school gets out mid to late June, but I bet a lot of you are already enjoying your summer vacation. 🙂 Even though the school year is winding down/over, it’s still a good idea to keep stocking up on fabulous freebies for next year.

Do you already know what grade you’ll be teaching? Comment below whether you’re staying the same or changing and how you feel about it.

I’m moving back to 1st grade after only 1 year in 2nd. I absolutely LOVED 2nd grade, but 1st grade definitely feels like home. I student taught in 1st for a year, and then taught it for 3 years, so this will technically be my 5th year in 1st. I’m excited, but NOT looking forward to moving all of my junk stuff. It should be interesting with a new baby and no air conditioning… keep an eye out for what I assume will be a hilarious post about it later this month. 😉

Before we get to the freebies, I managed to knock out TWO products this week! (Go me!)

The first is PERFECT for those of you still in school. It’s a fun and easy craftivity that’s perfect for the last few days of school when you’re wrapping things up. It also includes a beginning of the year craftivity as well. Click the picture below to check it out. 🙂

Ice Cream for a Great Year

(FYI I did a flash FREEBIE of this product on my Facebook Page the day is was posted. {Click Here} to follow me on Facebook so you don’t miss the next one!)

I also posted the newest story in my {Around Town Readers Series}. Click the picture to check it out as well.

ian the ice cream scooper reader

Now, here are this week’s fantastic freebies! Make sure to leave some love! <3

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Number 5.

farming-freebie

Here’s a great freebie from K’s Kreationsfor practice determining if equations are equal (true) or unequal (false) with this math center. Students will help each baby chick find her nest by sorting equations. A variety of recording sheets are provided. This product is aligned with First Grade Common Core standard 1.OA.7 and uses numbers up to 20.

Number 4.

Time Scoot

If you’re working on telling time to the hour, you’ll love this scoot game from Adventures in Kinder and Beyond. It’s a fun and active way for students to practice telling time!

Number 3.

Splat the Cat

Here’s a craftivity for the book Splat the Cat from Scissors and Crayons. Splat the Cat Booktivity gives you the templates your students need to make their own SPLAT. Color, Paint, Cut and write about SPLAT that crazy cat.

Number 2.

summer data freebie

Keep the learning going right up to the very last day of school with this collection of seven high-interest graphs and tally charts from Linda Nelson! These data collection activities are perfect for either whole class or small group learning, and they’re a good fit for summer school, too. It’s also fun to bind the completed graphs into a class book with the cover that’s included. Popsicles and fireflies, corn on the cob and super shooters … your students will love sharing their own favorites and finding out more about their friends.

Number 1.

Memory-Book-

For those of you still in school, how does NO PREP sound? Pretty good? Well then, you’ll love this memory book from Erin Beers from Mrs. Beers Language Arts Class. This 10-page NO PREP memory book contains the perfect reflection journal for your students to complete on those last days of the school year. Let them relive the memories while you don’t stress about the planning. Directions are included. Simply copy and pass out to students. Allow the creativity and memories to flow. Then send them on their way with the perfect keepsake of the school year.

Hope you all enjoy your weekend! 🙂

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4 Comments

  • Carrie
    May 31, 2014 8:53 am

    Thank you sooo much for picking my freebie!!

    • Primary Paradise
      Primary Paradise
      June 1, 2014 8:21 am

      You’re VERY welcome! 🙂

  • Lindsay Keegan
    June 1, 2014 7:06 am

    My students loved making your ice cream cones! They look beautiful together on the wall and the responses are adorable. Thanks so much!

    • Primary Paradise
      Primary Paradise
      June 1, 2014 8:21 am

      Thank you SO much for sharing! It’s really great to hear how my products are used in other classrooms. 🙂 You are super welcome!

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