Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Winter Freebies Part 2 - Literacy!

Hi, Teaching Friends!

In my last post, I gathered together a big batch of my winter math freebies and promised I'd do the same soon with literacy freebies. So, here they are!

First up is this read-aloud for winter. With its strong picture-text match, lots of high frequency words, and patterned text, this book is great for modeling early reading strategies - and for your students to practice the strategies on their own, too! Click on the picture to get your copy.

Winter Snowman Read-Aloud Book

Are your little learners practicing CVC words? Try this game!

When your ready for some meaty writing prompts for winter ... prompts with questions to guide and expand your students' writing ... try these!


Here's another writing freebie!  These three writing tools will thaw the frozen writers' brains even in subzero temps!

Winter Writing Tools

Build sight word knowledge and fluency with this set of winter fluency phrases.  Print, snip, punch a hole, and put them on a ring, and you're ready to go! Includes a Beat the Clock partner page!

Here's a winter letter match for the little guys.

Do you use whole class journals? Check this post for ideas and to get this set of free covers to help you get started.

The beginning of a new year is a great time to review the names and sequence of the months. Find simple tips and tricks on this post, plus free printables.

Here's a set of thematic word cards for alphabetizing ... but they'd also make an easy and engaging addition to your writing center.

ABC Order: A Wintery Mix

If you're practicing antonyms, download the preview of Gingerbread Opposites Literacy Centers to get this free chart of common opposites.

Do you teach about penguins in January? One of my favorite units! Try this free read the room activity.

Well, now that I've spilled the beans on all these freebies, I guess I'll have to get busy making some new ones for you and your students very soon!  In the meantime, I hope you'll stop by my TpT store and take a look at my other winter resources.  I hope you'll find just what you need to keep your school days merry and bright!

Happy Teaching!

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