Top 5 Freebies of the Week 6/14/2014

Hey folks! Happy Saturday! πŸ™‚ I hope you are either (a) enjoying your summer vacation or (b) almost done school and ready to enjoy your summer vacation!

If I wasn’t on leave until September, I would have one more week of school left.

Before I get to the freebies, I wanted to let you know that I’ve posted a few NEW interactive products this week!

(Click on the pictures to check them out.)

Alphabet Flippers for Kinders

Number Flippers for Kinders

Now, these both say they’re for kinders, but they would also work for more advanced pre-k students and the beginning of first grade. πŸ™‚

Pre-K Sight Word Flippers

I plan to post the rest of the sight word packs (grades K-3) by the end of the weekend and a digraph pack by Monday. πŸ™‚

Also, it’s the weekend, so that means there are some fun and games happening over on my facebook page a little later today. You’re going to want to keep an eye out. You could win big!

Here’s a hit… πŸ˜‰

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Click on the picture above to “like” my facebook page so you’re ready to play and win!Top 5 freebies pic

Number 5.

Group management freebie

This freebie fromΒ Amy Murdock was created for teachers looking for a simple way to keep cooperative groups on task. The set includes posters and bookmark versions of several different G.R.O.U.P acronyms. These can be laminated for students to keep with them while working in cooperative groups to be used as constant reminders of what is expected during group learning time.

Number 4.

fairy tale rhymesIf you are looking for an engaging rhyming activity or game,Β  grab this freebie from The Fun Factory! Using pictures/words from familiar fairy tales and nursery rhymes, children match the rhyme while playing dominoes. A rhyming pairs check sheet is included so the game becomes an independent center activity so the child can monitor his own learning.

Number 3.

brain boosters

Use these brain booster cards fromΒ Cynthia Vautrot in a variety of ways to inspire your students to challenge their brain power and boost their learning! There are many ways to use these mini-brain booster activities. These can be used for morning work, early finishers, or as a center! Answer keys are also included.

Number 2.

Newspaper Task Cards

I love this unique freebie from Teacher’s Toolkit! Watch the excitement build as you bring in that big bundle of newspapers for your students to work with! These are a great way to introduce or review ELA skills and keep your students engaged and motivated at the same time! There is also a page of editable task cards so you can make your own!

Number 1.


Your students will love learning about letter formation with these fun write’n’wipe cards from From the Pond! Simply print and laminate the cards and provide them to your students with a dry erase marker. The sky/grass/dirt and flower (flower/stem/roots) visual will assist your students learn about letter size and proportions.

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