Thursday, August 7, 2014

Free Bell Ringers and Warm Ups



Free Bell Ringers and Warm Ups
Two Sets
     

     I just finished two sets of bell ringers and warm-ups that will come in handy in 4th-8th grade ELA classrooms during those first few hectic days of back-to-school.  I remember them well, so the activities are FREE, of course!  Download and enjoy
 This one has a spelling activity, a homophone activity, and a compound word challenge appropriate for 4 and 5th graders.  Answer keys  are included.
   This one starts with a seek-a-word puzzle loaded with “zz.”  Next is a homophone activity.  The last page is a compound word workout.  Answer keys are included.
http://takinggrades.com/Freebies/Free6-8.pdf
   This download is more challenging than the 4-5th grade set,  but the two of them would work well together in most 4th-8th grade classrooms.
                                                  
   This two products are exclusive to Taking Grades.  You won’t find them anywhere else!

                                Margaret 
                                My TpT Store
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10 comments:

  1. Thanks Margaret - these will be great for the first week of school! Nice to have some activities for the kids while I do all the necessary paperwork at the start of the year.


    Addie

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  2. These are fantastic, Margaret! Thanks so much for sharing! My general freshmen always love doing the homophones and other puzzles.

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    1. Thanks, Tracee! If you are planning to throw yourself into a hive of freshmen in a few weeks, I'm glad I could provide a little "ammunition."

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  3. I agree with Addie! These are perfect and just the right difficulty for my 6th graders!

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    1. Thanks, Kate! I love sixth graders! Even after all my years of retirement, I still miss them.

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  4. These are great, Margaret! I'm going to use them with my intervention group during the first week of school. Thank you so much!
    Darlene
    ELABuffet

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    1. Thanks, Darlene, and I appreciate your mentioning how you intend to uses these activities!

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