Saturday Spotlight

It is that time again!!


Ready to get your freebie on?  I got some awesome goodies to share!  Please make sure to stop by and show each author some love.  Freebies take time and I know I appreciate every comment or like I receive.  They always warm my heart and I know they can make someone's day!!

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Back to School Goodies


Lisa at Fourth and Ten shared these adorable EDITABLE bag toppers.  They would be a sweet end of the first week (or first few weeks) gift to students!


Aimee Salazar at Primarily Speaking shared this little gem!! This simple, editable power point has SO many uses.  It could be your open house presentation, note to your students in the morning, or the background to any presentation you want to make!


Math Freebies
I love these bump games by Denise at Sunny Days.  I love how simple they are for students and how they can be played MANY times. They also require little prep!  Win-win!


Kelsey at Aloha to Second made not one, not two, but THREE adorable place value games!!! Very cute and easy to play!  Perfect for the beginning of the school year!


Shelley at Smiling and Shining in Second Grade created this AWESOME set of math printables that are perfect for the beginning of the year. A variety of simple skills are covered and are perfect for helping students get "back into the groove."


This is technically a math AND ELA center, but I thought you guys wouldn't mind if I stuck it in here ;)! Denise at Sunny Days also created this ingenious center. I love it because the prep is so minimal and students can do SO MUCH with it!



Krista at The Second Grade Super Kids shared these super cute clock labels.  Do you label your clock analog clock in your classroom.  I think it is a great way to help your primary learners.   And even when I taught fourth grade, I had SEVERAL that struggled with telling time on an analog clock because they ONLY used digital clocks.


ELA Goodies



Jen Sykes at Hello Mrs. Sykes shared one of my favorite ways to organize a guided reading lesson. She shared this FREEBIE on how to run a guided reading lesson using the format before, during, and after and what is included in each competent.



Bex at the Reading and Writing Redhead shared this I have Who Has game on antonyms. I thought thsi would be a great way to get kids up out of their seats and moving around!!












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  1. These freebies are incredible! Thank you all for spending so much time putting this together and for sharing it with everyone. You're all amazing!!

    Hope
    Teaching with Hope

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  2. Thank you for posting these freebies all in one spot!

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  3. Wow! These are fabulous!! Thanks for pulling all of these resources together. I am so excited I was included! :)

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