Back-to-School Freebies

I know.  I’m not done with summer, either.  But, if you’re like me, when you think about the new school year there is a little thrill of anticipation.

When you’re ready for some great new lessons, activities, and teaching materials– all FREE– you’ll want to check out the resources below.

Download your own free Scrambled Paragraph lesson. This fun, print-and-go activity contains a scrambled paragraph with eight (8) sentences that can be put together only one way. Students assemble these paragraphs using transitions and inferential clues. Like training wheels on a bicycle, working with scrambled paragraphs helps students understand how to write logical, organized paragraphs! This is just one of many great freebies available in the Common Core English Language Arts: Free Back-to-School eBook Grades 3-5. Check it out here!back to school snipTo see the complete Common Core English Language Arts: Free Back-to-School eBook Grades 3-5, click here.  To see the Common Core English Language Arts Free Back-to-School eBook for Grades k-2, click here.

Have you found any other great Back-to-School resources?  If so, please leave a comment so we’ll know where to check them out!

Summer Giveaway

THIS OFFER IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST!

Welcome to the Summer Planning Giveaway!

Everyone wins! In order to win the Scrambled Paragraph Packet below, along with lots of other great prizes from one, or all, prize packages, you’ll need to make note of the secret word. For more information about this fun, and exciting giveaway, check out all the rules at I’m Lovin’ Lit!

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Writing Mini-Unit~ Students use a structured template, as well as transition and inference clues to practice creating logical, organized paragraphs. Students unscramble and then cut-and-paste eight-sentence paragraphs that can only be reconstructed one, best way. These no-prep printables help students practice creating logical, organized paragraphs. Each lesson builds on the last. Fun, easy, and ready-to-go!

Writing Mini-Unit~ Students use a structured template, as well as transition and inference clues to practice creating logical, organized paragraphs. Students unscramble and then cut-and-paste eight-sentence paragraphs that can only be reconstructed one, best way. These no-prep printables help students practice creating logical, organized paragraphs. Each lesson builds on the last. Fun, easy, and ready-to-go!