Memorial Day Freebie

I did a guest post at Hojo's Teaching Adventures a few days ago (Thanks, Heather!). You can see the original post here. I included a little rhyming freebie for Memorial Day. Just print copies for your kids - that's all you really have to do. Click on the picture below and you will be sent to get the product FREE!

Additionally, if you love using books like I do, here are a few on the topic. You could also use some for Flag  Day (yes, we're still in school for Flag Day - our last day is June 26). Clicking on the images or price will bring you to amazon.com where you can learn more.( Don't you love the Maestros? And I really enjoy Pam Munoz Ryan's work!)

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday

                                                


                                                


                                                   


                                                     


10 comments:

  1. Perfect! Thanks so much for this great freebie!

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    1. Youre welcome! Glad it helped. Whats funny is I made it, posted it, but forgot to do it with my class, so guess what we are doing tomorrow, the day after Memorial Day? lol

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  2. Your freebie is great! Thanks for blogging about it. I'm seeing great traffic from you. :) You can guest post for me anytime!

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    1. Thanks Heather! I just want to help teachers and fellow bloggers by sharing! You rock!

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  3. I just found you on Manic Monday. I will have to remember this freebie for next year.

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  4. Cute rhyming activity! I have not heard of all of the books, so I'm adding them to my book list!

    Blessings,
    Sarah
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  5. Great freebie - thank you! I'm in Canada, so I think I can make it work during Remembrance Day.

    Love to Learn

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    1. Cool! And thanks for the reminder - I will have to keep in mind there are many Canadian teachers out there that could use things specific to them!
      Bex

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