Any military or extreme sports friends out there? This weekend I will be going to a race that my brother-in-law started called the Infantryman's Challenge. The Elite Course is 13 miles and 23 challenges including a 50lb Rucksack Run and Casualty Evacuation Drill! I am super excited to go watch again this year (no I will NOT be participating:)
Speaking of challenges, I have been getting an overwhelming response of freebie submissions that I'm having a hard time deciding which ones to feature! If you would like to see any specific kinds of freebies (math, language arts, games, anything!) please feel free to leave a comment below. This might help me be able to pick ones that are geared towards my audience (you all)! I'd love to know if I have more elementary or middle school/high school followers and what your needs are. For now I will keep posting a variety in hopes you will find something that works for you!
I have another great selection of freebies for you this week! Two fun ocean themed freebies, a beautiful clipart border set, a language arts center activity and a great little freebie on following directions!
Marci from Ripley's Reliable Resources came up with this fun product that contains everything you need for a research report in the classroom. It hits many of the Common Core Standards. All your students need to add is their research! I love that Marci included pre and post assessments with this freebie along with lots of fun and helpful graphic organizers.
This is an ocean ten frame matching game or center from Laura at Differentiation Station (love her store name). Students will match the ten frame, fingers, and number cards. Students can play memory or go fish with two sets of the cards, or match all three sets. After matching the chosen cards, students will complete the extension activity by counting the dots in the ten frame and writing the correct numeral in the box.
I LOVE these frames! I just used them in my latest product (which isn't completed yet) and they are just sooo cute! This set includes 12 frames in rainbow colors and line art. These graphics have 300 dpi resolution. Oxana from Teacher's Clipart makes all of her clipart sets for PERSONAL OR COMMERCIAL USE. I just purchased her USA States clipart which is awesome so be sure to check out the rest of her store while you are there.
Tara from Looneyslitblog created this set of task cards which are leveled to meet the needs of all learners grade levels 3-5. The cards are meant for independent practice after synonym and antonym skills are taught. This packet also includes suggestions for use. I think this one could make another great center activity!
What student couldn't use some practice on following directions? This is another one of my favorites by Erica Warren! Help your students develop their following directions skills! These fun, game-like activities also work on listening skills, tricky wording, sequencing, vocabulary, attention to detail, and more.
Bonus: Free Fonts for Facebook Fans!
Guess who finally joined Facebook? Deniece from This Little Piggy reads is a blogging friend of mine. Although we have never met I feel like I know her from reading all her fun blog posts and from all her help with my giveaway last month. She makes the cutest fonts! She just came up with these adorable fonts free for her new Facebook fans. Let's all show her some love and welcome her to Facebook with a "Like"! And while you're at it download these great fonts. Tell her Kelsea sent you;)
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