My monthly round up of the best teacher freebies is back from its summer hiatus! Here’s how it works: on the first day of every month here on The Cornerstone blog, I’ll feature a handful of the best teacher freebies I’ve found. These are no-cost activities and printables that you can use in your classroom right away.
I’m using a new format that makes it easier to collect and compile the freebies. It looks kind of like a linky party, but I’ve actually hand picked these resources and used InLinkz to display them. Make sure you check out the resources listed in all three sections to see if there’s anything applicable for the grade(s) you teach–there’s definitely an overlap with some of the freebies.
If your freebie was featured, feel free to grab the button below and add it to your blog!
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Also, don’t forget to check out Classroom Freebies Too! It’s a continuation of the collaborative Classroom Freebies blog started by Charity Preston. 200 educators from grades PreK-12 post links to free printable activities on a daily basis, and I am honored to be among them! You can follow both of the Classroom Freebies sites in one feed via Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
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