Worksheet Wednesday Freebie

I know you are probably thinking that I fell off the face of the blogging world but I am making my way back, slowly but surely : )

So we have 12 school days left and I must admit I still have a lot to do - teaching, packing, meetings, celebrations etc. While I am in a hurry for summer to arrive (so I can start another math course - ugh, what was I thinking) I am not sure that a dozen days is enough to get it all done.

This week I was out of the classroom on Monday for a full day workshop - I find leaving plans at this time of year so hard. I ended up leaving writing letters to their next year teachers and some multiplication review as part of their day.

The letters turned out great, my students really wrote some thoughtful reflections about themselves. I think the letters are a great way to get to know the students a wee bit before September and a quick peek at their language skills. My students know the names of their teachers next year, so they addressed them to their teachers but I turned the checklist into something you could use too. Click on the picture to snag a copy.

I also made a series of multiplication review sheets for my students. Click on the picture below to pick up 4 different review pages. Yes, the clipart is in colour but it photocopies lovely in b&w.

Since it is Wednesday and these are worksheets I am linking up with the lovely ladies over at The Teaching Tribune for Worksheet Wednesday (so happy they have organized a summer of blogging activities to keep me on track). Be sure to stop by their linky to pick up more worksheets to get you through to the end of this year or to get a jump start on next year.

1 comment

  1. I'm pretty sure it seems that I have fallen off the face of blogging world as well! But I don't have the same excuses! Hang in there! You will make it! Moving a classroom is the hardest! It will be worth it though! Your freebies are cute!! I'm glad their letters went well, even though you weren't there! I hate being out! And at this time of year, they just want to party! Let me know if I can help in anyway!


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