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Friday, January 9, 2015

Fifth Grade Freebie Blog Hop!!!

Hello Blogging Friends!

I am so excited to be teaming up with a wonderful group of fifth grade teachers to bring you an amazing blog hop of 
FREEBIES and a GIVEAWAY!!!!!




First, a little about me!  I have taught third grade and fifth grade in two different private Christian school.  I am currently teaching a 3rd-4th grade class at a school for students with Behavioral and Emotional problems.

 The years I spent in fifth grade, I spent learning to love my fifth graders and teaching them new and exciting things.  I was blessed to have great students who were excited to learn.  Some of my favorite topics to teach them were about the two world wars, rocks and minerals, biomes and anything math!  I tried to make learning exciting each day and challenge them to think a little harder on certain topics!

Now for my freebie!!!!

One of my favorite subjects to teach was math!  I love math!  Most kids don't have the same feeling about math as I do, so I always tried to give them tools to help them remember some of the concepts.  One tool I gave them was a divisibility rules reference sheet.  I would actually give them two copies...one to paste in their notebook and one to keep at home.  They would refer to this so often to figure out what large numbers were divisible by.

Click the picture below to grab my Divisibility Rules Reference Sheet!



I have a few other Divisibility products in my store for you to check out!  
Click on the picture below to take you to my store!








Check out our Fifth Grade Freebies Blog to enter to win one of THREE 
$25 TpT Gift Cards!!!

Fifth Grade Freebies


Thanks for hopping to my blog.  Click on Katie from Teaching...the art of possibility's icon for your next freebie!!!

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3 comments:

  1. My students can certainly use two of these as well! These are great for interactive notebooks and binders. It's so nice to "hop" with you and learn a bit about your experience!

    Rachel
    Mrs O Knows

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  2. This is a terrific reference sheet; thanks for the freebie!!

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  3. Hey, I teach Grade 3/4 this year too! Thanks so much for the freebie! I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend.
    -Lisa
    Grade 4 Buzz

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