Freebies

Valentine's Day Mixed Number/Improper Fraction Heart Match-up
Valentine's Day Prime/Composite Number Sort with Self-checking QR Codes:
Even/Odd Version:
Penguin Fact Families: Addition/Subtraction & Multiplication/Division 
(graphics by www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/Jasons-online-classroom)

Questioning Prompt Posters & Bookmarks (See original post here)

QR Code Listening Center
Interactive Notebook Freebie
Mystery Number QR Code Interactive Bulletin Board Template 
QR Code Scavenger Hunts
Roll a Writing Prompt Cube
QR Code Brain Breaks
Rockin' Out With Mixed Operations Task Cards

QR Code Prime and Composite Number Sort
Expanded Form Match-up
Representing Fractions Using Models and Number Lines Bump Game
Geometry Posters: types of angles and lines:
Mean, Median, Mode, Range Center (with QR code option)
I Spy Double-digit Addition and Subtraction
I Spy Rounding
Skip Counting Task Cards 
We Heart Reading Pennant Banner
Daily 5 Poster Set

Determining Importance in Reading:
Determining Importance in Math:
Strategies for figuring out unknown words graphic organizer and bookmarks, which I posted about here.
Back to School ELA Scan the Room
Back to School Getting to Know You Cube
Nonfiction text features graphic organizer, which I posted about here.
Practicing reading multi-digt numbers.  Here's the explanation of the lesson I did using Garage Band.

 

Compliment cards my students write to one another and place in our classroom compliment box.
Here is the parent letter that gets sent home every week after my students take their online Spelling Tests.

My students keep this sheet in their binders to keep track of their various usernames/passwords (graphics From the Pond).
I also have a similar system available if you like to keep your students' usernames/passwords on a ring (graphics From the Pond).
Posters of Mac commands my students frequently use, along with a picture of their keyboard.
Winter-themed QR Code Tic-Tac-Toe Center Games

Leprechaun Hat Multiplication/Division Fact Families


QR Code Scavenger Hunt: Spooky Arrays
Halloween Multi-digit Addition and Subtraction 
Turkey Patterns (For primary & upper elementary)

 

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13 comments:

  1. There are some great ideas here! Thanks for sharing at Manic Monday!

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  2. Thanks for sharing on Manic Monday! I love your blog design!

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  3. Oh my goodness! You have a lot of great resources in this post! THank you for sharing!

    Andrea
    Cheers To School

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  4. Your resources look amazing and would be really handy. However I am having trouble downloading them as google docs doesn't seem to be working. Is there another way I could access them?

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  5. I feel so blessed to have "found" you today! I teach math to the lowest 12 kids in 4th and 5th grade and I'm really struggling. I decided this week that I need to start Math Stations but until YOU I haven't been able to find resources that I felt would work with my kiddos! Thank you! Thank you!

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  6. Hi Kristy, I loved your QR even/odd sort and I was going to feature it on my blog this week, however I can no longer find a link to it - is it gone?? thanks for letting me know.
    Tama

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    1. thanks and it is on my blog at

      http://acrossthepondclassroomfollies.blogspot.fr/

      thanks very much for sharing!!
      Tama

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  7. Thank you so much for everything!
    Bea

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  8. I am so impressed and thankful that you are willing to share your great resources for free. It demonstrates the type of teacher and person you are. Thank you so much!!

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  9. Hey there,
    It's been a while since I have visited your site. Thanks for the freebies!!

    Heather
    Mrs. Bucaroff's Fantastic Fourth

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