Yesterday was the BUSIEST day of my week, so I literally left the apartment at 8:15 AM and did not get back to it until 11:30 PM! It was so crazy, but I made some money babysitting, got some work done in my room, and helped pull off another successful performance of my church’s summer drama program 🙂 Of course, in the midst of the business, I had no time to sit down and write my Friday blog entry for the last day of Teacher Week!
Anyways, yesterday was Freebie Friday; sorry you’re just getting the post today!
I have about 20 items up on Teachers Pay Teachers, two of which are completely FREE!
The first one is a popular download – Figurative Language bookmarks.
This is only the front – the back includes hyperbole, idioms, assonance, and onomatopoeia. I use these to go along with my Figurative Language PowerPoint. After the kids fill them out, I laminate them so that they can refer back to them throughout the year!
My second freebie is a PowerPoint relating to the Revolutionary War. Each November, we study this era of American History, looking at what led to the war, all of the important people involved, the many battles of the war, and so on. To teach this unit, I created PowerPoints for each major lesson. The “freebie” is my PowerPoint about the colonists reaction to the tax enacted by the King of England, dealing with No Taxation without Representation, an important phrase during the Revolution!
Can’t wait to check out all of your freebies – thanks for stopping by!!