Favorite Freebie Products!

Today I'm linking up with:  http://www.hootyshomeroom.blogspot.com/
to share my favorite free products.

Here are three of my favorite FREE activities.

 The first activity - Writing a Portrait Poem would be an excellent beginning of the year activity.  Here's a student example and a link to the product:

In addition, here is the link to this activity, if you would like to check it out yourself.


2.  This ABC Vocabulary Book template can be adapted for any subject, and my students totally enjoyed during them.  Check out some of these student work samples:

If you want to download this project from TeachersPay Teachers FOR FREE, here is the link:

3.  Last, but not least, here is an amazing writing project about losing a tooth.
On the rug, the kids are sharing stories about a memorable time when they lost a tooth.  A few weeks ago, we read the book:  Throw Your Tooth on the Roof:  Traditions from Around the World by Selby B. Beeler.
  This book is very informative - I know that I learned quite a lot about different tooth traditions.  In some countries, people bury their teeth, use their teeth to make jewelry, and yes, some people actually do throw their teeth on their roof.  Here are some student work samples:

 I have to give credit for this idea to a third grade teacher who posted the idea on Teachers Pay Teachers.  Here is the link so you can download her lesson:

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FREEBIE-Throw-Your-Tooth-on-the-Roof-Reading-Organizer-287099.  Also, I have added a link to Third Grade Cupcakes so you can visit this talented teacher's blog to get more of her creative ideas. (see the List of Blogs I Follow to your right).

I hope you and your students will enjoy these activities as much as we did!



  1. Thank you so much for linking up! I'm your newest follower and now I'm off to download some more freebies!

    Hooty's Homeroom

  2. Thank you so much for the blog shout-out! While I haven't been able to do much creating lately, (My three month old keeps me busy!) I still love sharing the great finds I discover!



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