There were so many high quality free resources shared last month that I’ve decided to do another link up for September instead of choosing the freebies myself. You can add your favorite resources below–just follow these three guidelines: 1) Your item must be something you will ALWAYS give away for free; 2) Your item MAY be related to the month but it doesn’t have to be; and 3) Submit no more than 3 items.
Teachers will be adding new resources to this page throughout the first week of September, so be sure to check back to see what’s new. Its worth looking over the resources listed in all three grade level sections to see if there’s anything applicable for the grade(s) you teach, as there’s usually an overlap with some of the freebies. And don’t miss the last section which has freebies that are applicable for ALL grades!
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For more great free resources, check out the rest of the best teacher freebies post series.
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