FREEBIES!

I thought it might be a good idea to put all of my FREEBIES in one spot, so here you go! Just click on the picture and it will take you to the FREEBIE! Be sure to go all the way to the bottom and you will find more FREEBIE Pages from my friends! Wow!


Use this huge variety of graphs to start 
data binders in your classroom. Help your 
kids become responsible for their
learning!
Grades 1-5

I use these binder spine labels with 
a standard label with each name.
Grades 1-4

This is a great little reminder on 
those darn b's and d's. Full size 
and small desk size included.
Grades K-2

These word family mats will help your
students make tons of words. Great
for teachers who want their students
to focus on a particular word family.
Grades 1-2
I use these labels to help my students choose the
Daily 5 station rotations that they will attend for 
the day. Be sure to see them in use in this {post}.
Grades K-3
This is a fun way to help kids realize
where, exactly, they fit into our
world.
Grades 1-3
This is a fun game that can be played to help
reinforce addition and multiplication fact fluency.
Grades 2-3


This Boggle Bulletin Board pack includes the
letters shown above, and also 2 different sets
of different colors. You can have the kids play
just like Boggle, or just let them see how many
words they can make with the letters showing.
Grades 2-5

My kids love to learn about various facts. Use this
open ended pack to help your students record
the facts they find and a space to draw an 
illustration. There is a rubric for evaluation
included as well.
Grades 1-3
This is a fun BINGO game that  reinforces
addition and subtraction fact fluency, while
also building strategy skills.
Grades 2-3
This packet of writing stationery is great
for getting your students writing about
their New Year's experiences or about
their resolutions for a new year!
Grades 1-5
This mini-mystery is a smaller version
of my new math mystery series. Children
read the story and answer problems to
help solve the mystery. If they get a wrong
answer, they go to a stopper page that 
tells them to go back and try again.
Grade 2 (high 1st, low 3rd)
This mini-mystery is a smaller version
of my new math mystery series. Children
read the story and answer problems to
help solve the mystery. If they get a wrong
answer, they go to a stopper page that
tells them to go back and try again.
Grade 3 (high 2nd, low 4th)

This ABC order to the 3rd letter word sort, is just in
time for the holidays! Choose the words you want
to use in your station...If you need it to be easier,
just take out words that begin with the same letter!
Grades 1-3
These holiday notes are the perfect
little note to show your kids that you
care. Use them any day you want to
make them feel special!
All Grades
These little Thanksgiving notes are a great
way to let your kids know how thankful
you are for them. They also remind the
children to be thankful for things in their lives.
To see what's inside, check out this blog post.
All Grades
These bookmarks are a great way to keep kids
accountable for the work they do in guided
reading or in CAFE. See a close-up in my
blog post.
Grades 2-5
Use this word sort to help your kids alphabetize
to the second letter.
Grades 1-2
Everyone LOVES to use the SMART Chute! These
cards have a word on one side and whether the
word has 1 or 2 syllables, on the back! Check out
my blog post to see a SMART Chute!
Grades 1-2
This is a fun book to get kids talking about
likenesses and differences.
Grades PK-1
These pumpkin puzzles provide a fun way to make
words at your word work station! Check out my blog post

for more pictures of this product.
Grades 1-2
These pages are used to help you organize
your Rocket Math materials. I keep all of
the various levels in binders. Check out my
blog posts to see how I run Rocket Math
in my classroom.
Grades 1-5
These labels are great to keep track
of each child's goal in Rocket Math.
Check out my blog posts that explains
how I use Rocket Math in my class.
Grades 1-5
This spinner is a great way for kids
to practice nouns and recognize the
differences between common and proper nouns.                                                                                              Grades 2-3 
Use these cute robots to motivate your kids! I use them
 for reading goals and for math facts goals!
Grades PK-2


We made the phases of the moon with Oreo cookies! 
This is a pattern you can use to do this fun
activity, too!
Grades 1-3
Constitution Day falls in September. This is a great way to 
discuss our Constitution and also the events of
9/11. Also included are books to use to teach as well as a 

YouTube video of America Rocks.
Grades 1-3
This poster will provide visual reminders of how to retell 
the important parts of a story using our 5 fingers.
Grades 1-3
This reference sheet will help your students identify the
 different genres in the text that they are reading and/or
writing.
Grades 1-3
I had a couple of boo-boos on my large 
genre posters, so I remade 2 of them in this 
pack. It will also give you a good idea of what
 the other posters look like in my complete
genre pack.
Grades 1-3
This reading log was designed to help
kids respond to what they have read by 

using various reading strategies. There are even 
sentence starters for the various strategies.
Grades 1-3
Word sorting is very important for 
beginning readers. These sorting cards
 incorporate words AND pictures to build
 reading skills and vocabulary development.
Grades 1-2
I created these cute robot name tags to use in my chair
pouches. They can also be used for many other things
from field trip name tags to station labels!
Grades Pre-K-2
These comprehension spinners are fun to get kids
 thinking about the characters, setting, main idea,
 problem, and solution of a story. I have partners use
 these and I also use them during
guided reading groups as well.
Grades 1-3

I made these cute little
Daily 5 kids to go on my
bulletin board. There are several
different versions in this pack,
as well as a black and
white line drawing.
Grades Pre-K-3
I had a header for my Daily 5 Super Hero theme, 
but it didn't seem big enough. I created these to
go along with that bulletin board set or with 

the little guys above!
Grades Pre-K-3
Add these cute notes to your collection!
Included is a large blank form, a large
lined form, small notes of each,
and a Word document on which you
can add your own title and content!
Elementary Grades
This cute game, played like Go Fish,
is a great way to practice upper
and lower-case letters. It can Also
be used as an assessment tool
Grades Pre-K-K

26 comments:

  1. Hello,
    Your teaching resources are wonderful, but I can't see all of the words. There are these black lines in strange places on the document. Is it because my mac doesn't support the font you use?

    Thanks, Juli

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  2. It seems like mac always has a few issues. Make sure that your adobe is updated. Also, view it in Adobe and not preview. That should get it. Let me know! Thanks!
    Hilary :)

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  3. I was looking for a good way to teaching summaries to 2nds and your 5 finger retell looks perfect. Thanks

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  9. Thank you so much for all of the great resources you share!!! Have you got a link to somewhere where i can get a copy of your guitar behaviour chart? I think through pinterest it was linked back to your blog :)

    Thanks Kylie :)

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    1. Hi Kylie,
      I don't have the guitar behavior chart...that must be someone else's. Have you checked out the class dojo? I have more info about it on my blog and now tons of people at my school are using it!

      Thanks! Hilary :)

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  16. Hi! I love all of your ideas! So inspiring! I was trying to get the "weekly reflection" freebie, but everytime I click on it, it says that the webpage isn't available...Is it still available? Thanks SO much for sharing your amazing ideas and creations! It's very much appreciated!

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    1. Hi Marcie,
      Sorry...I just saw your comment! Here's a link to the free pack I have...The reflections page should be in there.
      https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9geSzFLOBr0UGlHSkMzN0I0NFU/edit?usp=sharing

      Thanks!
      Hilary

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