Saturday, November 12, 2011

Margaret Nominates
Five Outstanding Freebies
November 12, 2011

     Three novel study files and two vocabulary activities complete this week’s gathering of freebies. 
Congratulations to those lucky teachers who use The Hunger Games as part of their reading curriculum.  Tracee Orman, the Hunger Games Lesson Master, has just posted this group of challenging, creative, thought-provoking questions for FREE!

Ran across this excellent free item for Jack London’s classic, and decided to include it here though it’s more of a high school title.  If this one is on your middle school reading list, you might also like to check out my Call of the Wild Novel Teaching Pack ($12).  Together, these two files are a heck of a teaching resource!

The posting of my completed Touching Spirit Bear Novel Teaching Pack is about two weeks away.  In the meantime, I’m offering this free preview download exclusively from this blog.  Add this one to your files and hold on for the full 148-page product’s arrival.

Mystery Words  Activity—Katie Smith—Colorado
Love this vocabulary challenge!  The bonus is that the idea can be adapted to any group of vocabulary words for any subject.

Suffix Word Problems—Lisa Cunningham—VA
So, do you double the last letter before adding –ed, -ing, or drop the e and add the suffix, or what?  Your students will have plenty of opportunity to practice these particular spelling skills with this free product.  A rare find!

As always, remember that your free download is complete only when you leave a good rating and feedback for the author!

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