My Favorite Freebies!

Hello, friends!! I have been working on this blog post for a while now, slowly adding my favorite freebies to it as I come upon them. As teachers, we definitely spend a lot of money on our classrooms, so it’s always nice to find quality items for FREE!! 

Ok, first up I LOVE Cara’s Reading Strategy Posters and so do my kiddos! They love the little characters and these posters look adorable in my classroom.  Click {here} to check them out.
Next, are some great bully-free posters from Lyndsey Kuster @ A Year of Many Firsts. I love to bring these posters out whenever we have a bully issue to help my students remember that we are a class family and we should always be kind to each other! Click {here} to check them out.

I love this next poster from Teacher Bits and Bobs and it is a great visual for the
greater than/less than concept ! Check it out {here}.

I have used this next freebie ever since I started teaching!! I pretty much love everything that Natalie and Rachelle come up with at What the Teacher Wants, but I especially love this telling activity! It gets my kids moving and they have a lot of fun with it. Click {here} to check it out!

I also love their punctuation freebie! We are ALL ABOUT punctuation in first grade!
Click {here} to check it out and snag it for yourself!
This freebie by Michelle Oakes is a HUGE time saver and it can make any newsletter look darn cute!
Click {here} to check it out and make your own newsletters!

I use Babbling Abby’s questioning cards in my small reading groups all the time and they are a real life-saver! I have them all printed out, laminated, and I put them on a ring so they are always ready to go. Click {here} to check them out!

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I love this next poster, because it is so simple and clean looking. Not to mention that it gets right to the point and my students understanding what it means. Click {here} to check it out!

This next freebie is from Deedee Wills and I’ll be playing it with one of my small reading groups! This will be a fun change for them and they will love this sight word game! Click {here} to check it out!
I am also excited to use this sight word game made by Kim Adsit! Click {here} to check it out!
I have used this next freebie for a while now. It is from Brittany @ Underpaid and Overblessed and it is a writers check-list  Each of my students has a laminated one and a white board marker that they keep in their pencil box. Whenever we write, they get it out and go through the check-list before turning in to me. It has worked like a charm and I won’t teach without it! Click {here} to check it out.
This freebie from Erica Bohrer has everything you need to get organized when it 
comes to reading logs!! Click {here} to check it out!
I love this Small Group Study Guide and it was created by Sarah Cooley! Click {here} to check it out!
I love it when things are made easy for me, so that is why I love this freebie! This classroom motivator was made by Amanda Nickerson @ One Extra Degree and I love it! Click {here} to check it out!
I haven’t used this next freebie yet, but it is on my to-do list. I think my students will really enjoy this fun math activities before Christmas Break! Click {here} to check it out!
I love these tags from Amy Lemons! They make group activities go so much smoother, because cute little first graders are still learning how to work in groups. 🙂 Click {here} to check it out.

This next freebie is my very own!!! It is my featured freebie at TpT and one of my favorites! With winter coming, I will be pulling this out of my filing cabinet in no time! Click {here} to check it out!

Have you noticed the new freebie button on my blog??? I have tagged all my freebies, so they are linked to this button! This button will let you search my blog for freebies, but you can skip
over to my freebies at TpT by clicking {here}.

What are your favorite freebies? Leave the link!

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