Saturday, December 10, 2011

Margaret Nominates
Five Outstanding Freebies
December 10, 2011

A holiday take on a familiar group learning activity.  The graphics in this freebie are eye-catching and festive.  Appropriate for a variety of grade levels.  Wonder what would happen if someone took this to an adult get-together?  Imagine your favorite aunt and uncle. . .

Magic Reindeer Food Recipe—Sadie Flynn—California
Another one of those fun activities you wish you had but just don't have the time to look for it.  Well, here it is!  Kids as old as eight graders would probably enjoy this cooking lesson.  Super gift idea for those students who don’t have money to spend.  Parents can get involved by supplying the ingredients.  They will most likely be snatching the recipe as well.

Shopping on a Budget—Summer—Oklahoma
Excellent math workout for middler schoolers just in time for the holidays.  Practical application of math skills. In word document format so changes can be made to fit your situation.

Christmas and Winter Themed Word Problems—Rundee’s Room—Ontario-Canada
Here we are in Rundee’s Room again!  This lady just won’t stop with the outstanding freebies.  Upper grade teachers—6th, 7th, 8th—will appreciate the challenge and attractive holiday-style presentation of these word problems. 

Grab this one now, save it, and bring it back out when you and your students get hit with the after-the-holidays slump.  It’s by Tracee Orman.  You know it’s good before you look!

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