## Tuesday, December 31, 2013

### FREE MATH LESSON - “Smart Board Number Representation”

by 2 Scoops of Kindergarten

This file can be used as part of a daily calendar routine to reinforce and increase number sense. It allows the student to show many different ways to represent a number.

## Monday, December 30, 2013

### FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Top 10 Ways to Teach Sight Words Freebie”

by Jill Nieman

Here is a great freebie to handout to parents of primary students who are still working on sight words. It describes how to teach sight words and gives ideas for games to help make sight word learning fun.

One super fun game I use with my son is to tape sight word cards to the wall and have him shoot them with a Nerf gun. What ever word he hits, he has to read. He loves it!

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## Sunday, December 29, 2013

### FREE MATH LESSON - “Finding the Slope of Two Points on a Graph - Scavenger Hunt {FREE}”

by ChiliMath

Get your students engaged and moving around while learning how to find the slope when two points are given on a graph. Who likes sitting around for the entire period? As a teacher, it’s wonderful to see students move around the classroom, learn, and be engaged at the same time!

Activity: Scavenger Hunt
Topic/Skill: Finding the Slope of Two Points on a Graph

*Set contains 12 game cards with recording sheet and answer key

How to Play:
- Scatter the cards around the classroom and give each student/group a copy of the answer sheet.
- Before answering the problems, have students copy the symbols first which can be found on the upper right corner of each card.
- After solving each problem, students will then look or “hunt” for the next card that contains the answer from the previous problem. Each problem should have an answer that will lead them to the next card to work on.
- They will keep repeating the process until they have solved sixteen (16) problems or have gone back to the first card they started with.
- You may ask the students to show their solutions on paper and staple them with the answer sheets. You may check their answers using the answer key provided.
Make sure to cut and laminate the cards so you can use them many times.

I hope you find these resources useful in your class. Please provide a feedback when you get a chance as this helps us improve our existing and future products. If you have any questions, you may email me directly at chilimath@yahoo.com. Thank you!

Mike

## Saturday, December 28, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “Editable Birthday Card for Students”

by Teaching in the Primary Grades

There are two different birthday card designs that you can cut out and glue to the front of a colored piece of paper. You can edit the front of the card to add a from section or a student's name.

## Friday, December 27, 2013

### QUESTION OF THE DAY - What is your top-selling TpT product?

You may want to see other responses to this question on my Facebook Page, The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs - December 27. 2013.

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “Lesson Planning Template”

by Learn for the Long Haul

A lesson planning template that will work for any subject!

This resource includes a step-by-step guide for designing thoughtful and complete lesson plans. You'll maximize learning by providing clear lesson objectives and opportunities for student reflection.

Good planning = relaxed students + student achievement!

Happy planning!

## Thursday, December 26, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “New Year’s Eve Survey”

by Kathy Hutto

Printable poster for your students to complete for New Year's Eve. Create a Time Capsule using an empty potato chip canister and roll this poster to put inside. Add other items that are special to your students such as a penny with this year on it. Instruct your students to open when they are 13, or some other year. What a special memory this will make!

## Wednesday, December 25, 2013

### Merry Christmas!

Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas!

Vicky Leon

## Monday, December 23, 2013

### The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs on Facebook

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• FREE New Year Reflections Teambuilding Activity
• The Cricket in Times Square Novel Unit ~  Common Core Standards Aligned! - \$12.00
• Christmas Parts of Speech Practice - \$2.00
• FREE Winter Writing Prompts
• FREE New Year’s Roll-and-Add To Color Game
• FREE New Year’s Goal Setting Koosh Ball Activity for the SMARTboard
• They’re Their, & There Still Need Practice, Practice, Practice -  \$3.00
• FREE 2014 Calendar
• FREE New Year’s Resolutions and Goals Mobile
• FREE Christmas Book Exchange Activity to Use With Students
• It’s Snowing Up a Learning Storm! - \$4.00
• FREE The Number Ladder: Turning Addition and Subtraction From Top to Bottom
• FREE Holiday Traditions ABC Order Freebie {Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Winter}
• FREE Fraction Multiplication Poster
• FREE Classroom or Team Secret Santa
• FREE Christmas: Statements or Questions
• Christmas Geometric Shape Santa - \$3.50
• FREE Christmas Digital Paper Pack Freebie
• FREE Christmas Santa’s List
• FREE Christmas Would You Rather Questions
• A DNA Crime Lab! - \$3.99
• FREE Christmas Color By Number ~  Addition & Subtraction Within 10 ~  3 Pack
• Readers’ Workshop - 15 Lessons Unit Nonfiction Study Grades  3-5 CCSS  Aligned!! - \$9.99
• FREE Critical Thinking Activity: How Do You Know It’s Good?
• 10 Gingerbread Man Writing Activities - \$3.00
• Counting  Christmas Trees Math Game, Task Cards, & Worksheets Pre-K K 1st Grade - \$3.50

Wishing you the best,
Vicky

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “FREE New Year Reflections Teambuilding Activity”

by Laura Candler

If you use cooperative learning in your classroom, you will probably be forming new teams when you return to school in January. It's important to do some type of team building activity when students are first placed together in a team so they can connect with each other personally. Use the New Year Reflections spinner as a fun way for your students think about the old year and look ahead to 2014. Team members spin the spinner and discuss the questions. Spending five to ten minutes on a simple ice breaker can make a big difference when setting up new teams!

Created by Laura Candler

by Runde’s Room

## Saturday, December 21, 2013

### FREE MATH LESSON - “FREEBIE: New Year’s Roll-and-Add to Color Game”

by Brenda Tejeda

Start the year off with a fun game that reinforces addition! Great, easy morning work or use as a center!

Students roll 2 dice (not included), add, and color the box with the sum!

If you like this sample, please click below to view the full set, with lots more fun, including color and B&W picture mats, and 4 games to reinforce adding, subtracting, rhyming, and sight word recognition!

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Have a great new year!

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## Friday, December 20, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “New Year’s Resolutions and Goals Mobile {FREEBIE}”

by MrHughes

Those first few days back from winter break can be difficult, but with the great interactive FREEBIE in your corner, you are sure to have them focused and ready to learn in no time.

The fun and simple mobile kit provides your students with an opportunity to reflect on the past year and a chance to set goals for the coming year. Not only will you students students enjoy making this mobile kit, but you will end up with an amazing display to decorate your hallway or classroom ceiling!

Here's to an amazing New Year! Thanks for your support of Created By MrHughes.

Cheers!
-MrHughes

## Thursday, December 19, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “2014 Calendar FREEBIE”

by Innovative Teacher

PLEASE RATE ME...I'M FREE! Enjoy this easy to use 2014 Calender for planning your new year. (Jan - Dec)

## Wednesday, December 18, 2013

### FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Holiday Traditions ABC Order FREEBIE {Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Winter}”

by Sheila Melton

This ABC order activity is a FREEBIE gift to you celebrating holiday traditions. It includes Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Winter.

Students will look at each set of words and write them in the correct ABC order.

Happy Holidays!

## Monday, December 16, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “FREE Christmas Book Exchange Activity to Use with Students”

by Wise Guys

Instead of students buying meaningless presents for each other before winter break, I have my students buy each other books! This 3 page document includes a lesson plan on how to run an effective book exchange for a winter classroom party, a parent letter to send home, and a student book sheet to fill out. This is so much better than exchanging toys. There is also a plan for families in need of financial support. Give the gift of reading!

## Sunday, December 15, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “Classroom or Team Secret Santa”

by Tracee Orman

Use this form & directions to have a classroom Secret Santa exchange (or organizational or team exchange) before the holidays. Students will fill out a questionnaire for their favorites or things they like.

Directions & alternatives (such as having a "junk" exchange so kids don't have to buy a gift) are included with the handout.

## Saturday, December 14, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “Christmas Digital Paper Pack Freebie”

by Tessa Maguire

Creating Christmas themed items? These digital papers are a perfect addition! 12 pages in coordinating Christmas colors. Everything is green, white, and red. There are polka dots, stripes, and chevrons with various patterns.

All files are .png files saved at 300 dpi for the highest quality for you.

## Friday, December 13, 2013

### FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Free! Christmas Santa’s List”

by Christine Maxwell

This is a fun seasonal activity for Christmas that can be used a variety of ways.

There are several versions of this in color or blackline download. One has the words “Santa’s List” at the top, one “Nice,” one “Naughty” and the last is blank.

Children can write down things they have done to get them on the Nice List and the Naughty List! It helps to give them an understanding of good behavior and not as good behavior. Plus, motivate positive behavior to add to the Nice List that will last long after Christmas!

Children can write down what they want for Christmas right on the scroll! The list can be mailed to Santa after coloring.
Enjoy!

## Wednesday, December 11, 2013

### FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “FREE Christmas Would You Rather Questions”

by Rachel Lynette

Here are 20 fun Would You Rather Questions to use with your students. These are great discussion starters for when you have a few extra minutes. They can also be used for classroom polls or journal prompts.

## Tuesday, December 10, 2013

### The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs on Facebook

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• FREE December Project Freebies
• FREE Holiday Homework Passes
• FREE Rhyming Write the Room Winter Edition
• More Games That Benefit The Brain: A Review - Learning Specialist Materials
• FREE Christmas Eve Day Holiday Pack {FREEBIE}
• 50 FREE LESSONS -  2013 Winter Holidays Tips and Freebies: Grades 3-6 Edition
• FREE Writing Paper - Christmas
• FREE Easy Holiday Recipes A Gift for Busy Teachers Everywhere
• The Power of Retelling a Story - The Ignited Teacher Blog
• Figurative Language Interactive Notebook - \$10.00
• Force and Motion For the Holidays - Science Experiments - \$4.00
• FREE Christmas Bear in a Chair Journal - Bear Reports Back to Santa!
• FREE Bright Ideas This Holiday Season Math Color By the Code Puzzles
• FREE Synonym Dominoes - Winter Theme
• FREE Ring-In Brainy Holiday
• December Word Work and Work on Writing Activities - \$5.00
• FREE Santa Countdown Chain
• FREE Christmas Riddles PowerPoint
• Christmas and Holiday Customs Around the World Literacy And Math BUNDLE - \$12.00
• FREE Five Paragraph Essay Instruction
• FREE Reindeer Freebie
• Rockin  Resources Blog
• ¡FELIZ NAVIDAD! Christmas Activities in Spanish - \$4.00
• FREE Dear Santa Friendly Letter Christmas Writing Sheet
• Addition Facts Practice & Assessments *Bundle* ~ Common Core Aligned - \$12.00
• FREE Common Core Morning Work - Grade 2 ~  Christmas Edition
• FREE Christmas: Subtraction
• Thanksgiving:  Literacy, Writing, and Pilgrim Craft - \$6.00
• Informational Essay Unit, 15 Lessons Supplement Writers’ Workshop - \$9.99
• Kindergarten Reading Folder: Letter Log (Names, Sounds, and Handwriting) - \$4.25
• Thanksgiving Art Activities & Craftivities For the Classroom Teacher ** Bundle ** - \$5.00
• Thanksgiving Revisited - \$3.75

Wishing you the best,
Vicky

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “December Project Freebies”

by Mel D - Seusstastic

Here are some free holiday graphics with some full color pictures to project on your smartboard to show your students a sample. Quick & simple holiday projects just for you!

## Sunday, December 8, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “Free Holiday Homework Passes”

by Downeast Teach

I like to give my students a homework pass at Christmas time, so I thought I would pass on a few that I created. I did a couple without an overt Christmas theme, as not every student celebrates the holiday. Enjoy!

## Saturday, December 7, 2013

### FREE MISC. LESSON - “Christmas Eve Day Holiday Pack {FREEBIE}”

by Realistic Teacher

This is a Christmas Eve Day holiday pack that is ready to be sent home with your students. Perfect for keeping them busy during trips or in their spare time!

## Friday, December 6, 2013

### FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Writing Paper - Christmas {FREE}”

by Innovative Teacher