Classroom Freebies

Parts of Speech Grammargories

Choose a themed list. Choose a letter. Start the timer. It's time for Grammargories!


Inspired by the game Scattergories, students try to beat the clock as they complete themed lists with words representing different parts of speech, and every answer must begin with the same letter.


This engaging and challenging activity is a student favorite!




Valentine Fish

"Lovie" is a sweet little fish craft made entirely out of heart shapes.

She's perfect for party day, and a quick, easy and fun way to practice small-medium-large, while explaining symmetry.

Give your kiddos some Fishy crackers to munch on to "O-fish-cially" wish them a Happy Valentine's Day. 

For that finishing touch, add a school photo and some wiggle eyes.

Click on the link to zip on over to my blog, where Lovie is the featured FREEBIE. 
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com

Beginning Persuasive Writing: Collecting Evidence to Support an Opinion

Once when I was teaching the difference between fact and opinion, a student said, "My brother is mean."  I tried to explain that what the student said was an opinion, and she started backing up her statement with evidence.  Collecting evidence to support an opinion wasn't on the lesson plan, but I went with it.

Since that day, I have made my plan more formal and created the graphic organizer shown below.  To download this graphic organizer, please visit this post at Artistry of Education.




Artistry of Education

Valentine Coloring Pages


Today I have some cute and fun printable valentine coloring book pictures for you!  These coloring pages are good for preschool or kindergarten..  (or maybe even adults!)  A few of them are hard with a lot of detail....so, maybe you can de-stress and color them!  Anyway, hope you enjoy!


Free, Fun Brain-teasing Compound Word Games


Compound word puzzles can help young learners develop their reading, critical thinking, reasoning skills and mental flexibility.  They are fun, brain-teasing activities that can be used in reading centers, for morning warm-ups or even for reading remediation.  Come download two sample activities for free!
Cheers, 
Dr. Erica Warren

Fern Smith's FREE Phone Call Interruption Classroom Poster

Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas FREE Classroom Phone Call Phone Manners Poster at Classroom Freebies!
Classroom Phone Manners
"Hello, Mrs. Smith's Classroom, this is Andrew, how can I help you?" was how I taught my boys and girls to answer the phone while I was teaching. I even made a simple poster for you to print and put up in your classroom. :)
Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas FREE Classroom Phone Call Phone Manners Poster at Classroom Freebies!
Click here to download it at my blog!
Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas Freebies at Classroom Freebies
Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas Freebies at Classroom Freebies
Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas Freebies at Classroom Freebies

3D Valentine's Day Heart Craft

Here's a quick, easy and fun 3D heart that's perfect for all sorts of valentine activities.

It's super-simple to make a heart-shaped link.  PK kiddos can count and show an AB-AB or ABC-ABC color pattern for their valentine paper chain.

Older students can write a spelling or sight word on each link.  Math equations work too.  Just a little something different for party day.

Use the paper chain as a writing prompt, and have students write a "Happy Valentine's Day" message on the links to give to someone.


You can also make a lovely heart bouquet for mom. (Poke into the top of an upside down Dixie cup).


Teachers can make the heart paper chain to keep track of how many days are left 'til Valentine's Day or the end of February!


I've also included owl, pencil-holder valentine cards  that you can quickly make for your students. "For a sharp student!"

Simply insert the pencil into the slits on the valentine heart & you're all set with an inexpensive surprise.  The Dollar Store sells a pack of 20 valentine pencils too.

For a bit more pizzazz, I used a glue dot to top off the pencil with one of the paper hearts.
My students tell me that a pencil topper makes writing more fun!  Win-win.

Click on the link to zip on over to my blog where the valentine paper chain craft is today's featured FREEBIE.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com

My Seasons - Poetry Writing Journal

Free poetry writing journal about seasons - Raki's Rad Resources.


Writing poetry can be very challenging for students. The seasons give us a perfect theme for poetry because describing seasons can be done from all five senses. Use this Seasons Poetry Writing Journal to get your students writing. Download from my blog - Raki's Rad Resources.



Time to start thinking about Valentine's Day!  Today I have a free writing prompt for you! I have 4 different types of pages included in the writing prompt -one for just drawing, one for writing and drawing, one for writing a short/half page and one for writing a full page.  Because there are 4 types of pages, they are modified to work with Kindergarten, first and second grade!  I also have a list of writing prompts included as well.  To get your free writing prompts head to Sight and Sound Reading for your Valentines Day Writing Prompts.  Enter your information in the form and they will be sent to you... (I also have writing prompts for sale on that page -but if you enter in your name in the form, a free sample is mailed to you.)  I explain everything on my site as well.  Enjoy!  


4 Valentine's Day Printables and Games!

Snag 4 different Valentine's Day games and printables in one easy post!


Enjoy!

The Classroom Game Nook

Heart-themed 10 Frame Activities

Review a variety of math standards during February, with this 10-frames packet. 

I've included extra tiles to use as manipulatives for sorting, making groups/sets, patterning and games.


There are also number and math-symbol cards, to use for making equations + showing greater than and less than.

Click on the link to zip on over to my blog, where the Valentine 10 Frame packet is today's featured FREEBIE.

From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com

Saint Valentine Coloring


Today I have a Saint Valentine Coloring Book and Saint Valentine Coloring Page for you!  I am Catholic so we study the Saints.  Perhaps you work in a Catholic School, you homeschool, or you study the saints too... these are for you!  Enjoy!


Valentine's Think Tac Toe

Give your students choice with this fun Valentine's themed Think Tac Toe.

Find it HERE.




Place Value Scoot

Today I have a mini scoot game for you, focusing on place value. You can pick this up at my blog by clicking the picture.




FREE Valentine's Day Magic Square Puzzle

Need a last minute Valentine's Day activity? 


Thanks for looking!
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