September 15, 2013

Fabulous Freebies on the 15th Fun Linky



I'm linking up with Molly over at Lucky to Be in First for her fun monthly linky: Fabulous Freebies on the 15th. The freebies that I am sharing are just in time for U.S. Constitution Day this coming Wednesday, September 17th.

First up is a Smartboard file designed to help students learn the words to the Preamble of the Constitution. Just click on the pic to download it. Students can listen to the old School House Rock video that had us 70's kids learning the words to the Preamble in between our Saturday cartoons. They then will be challenged to unscramble the words to the Preamble.



Next up is a worksheet, again about the Preamble, for older elementary students that requires them to delve into the vocabulary of the document, paraphrase it, and analyze the parts of speech used in it. I'll be using this activity with  my eighth graders.

Finally, here is a patriotic bunting mystery picture that helps students practice nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Some of you may already have downloaded this one last Memorial Day. I received some great feedback from teachers who had used this with their classes.


I can't wait to see all the other freebies being showcased via The Fabulous Freebies on the 15th Linky!

Happy Teaching,
Angela
The Teacher's Desk 6


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2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the freebie! This is great. My kiddos won't be ready for it next week...but I will save it for later this year.

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  2. How fun! I love that Mystery Parts of Speech picture! Thanks so much for the goodies & linking up! Have a fabulous week!

    Molly
    Lucky to Be in First

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