Let's start with this awesome "Fraction Dude"!
Here's one activity that is always a favorite in the classroom! Rachel Lynette's task cards! I honestly don't know exactly how many sets I have, but I know they are always a hit. Whether we play Scoot or if the students move around the room, it's a success!
Want to try some task cards for free? No problem! Rachel Lynette has an entire website devoted to Task Cards, and one section just of FREEBIES! There's even game boards, so task cards would make a perfect center activity!
I've just starting using these Paragraph of the Week sheets, but I'm certainly enjoying them! My 6th graders are already good at writing a simple paragraph, but I'm using these to guide our 1-3 page writing. It's working well, and the students really love the topics! This product will get you through an entire year. What's not to love?
Want to try Reading Olympians for FREE? Check out the first level of words for free here!
I've been wanting to get some Word Work going in my upper elementary classroom, but I wasn't exactly sure how to do it. Now I can get started! YEA!
These Story Elements Fans have me so excited! My student already love Runde's Cootie Catchers, so I knew the fans would be a hit as well. Of course they are!
This New Year Writing activity is great for grades 5+.
This New Year Reflections activity will be a great team builder for grades 3-8.
I'll leave you with a second freebie from Laura Candler. This will be great for Word Work or spelling during that first week back to school.
Great for grades 2-5.
Enjoy your holiday break!