Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Flash Freebie #1: Do Bunnies Make Sounds?


 

This is over now. Keep you eyes open for the next file. I hope you got this one! Thanks for all the great comments. You suggested so many amazing ideas. I hope my readers check these out.




47 comments:

Kimberly Callahan said...
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Kimberly Callahan said...

I love these ideas - I cannot wait to download them all. I will be stalking your blog all day :) Thanks for the great resources!

deb said...

Love this idea! Thanks for sharing. I will be checking back again later. Love your kind heart!

Bppkclass said...

Awesome freebie!! my address is bppkclass@gmail.com :)

Karyn said...

Thank you Fran! This is awesome! I can't wait to use it!

Colleen said...

Thanks for the freebie!! You're awesome!
colleen3001@gmail.com

Mrs. Tolbert said...

Thanks for sharing! My plastic egg idea is to use the eggs for addition fact match up.
Jada
Daisy Days for Learning

Cassie Thomas said...

Love this!! Thank you ! :) miller.cmarie@gmail.com

Mrs. Thomas Kinder

Christine Crimmins said...

I'm excited to use these with my kiddos! Thanks for sharing!
kcahcrim@comcast.net

Danielle said...

Thank you so much for this freebie!! My students are working away on this skill. I love to use plastic eggs for the word families where the beginning sound is on one side and the rest of the word family is on the other side and they spin the egg and say the word.

Roxanne S said...

Some-bunny loves this!!!! Thanks
foxysexyroxy10@gmail.com

Maryann said...

Hi Fran!
You are the best! Thanks for the freebie. Now I need to get more ink and the cool eggs.
Thanks!
Maryann
brennemm@carlisleschools.org

Lori Alford said...
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Lori Alford said...

Thanks for the freebie! I love giving the children eggs with rubber oviparous animals in them. They get so excited to see what their animal is. Then I have them write about their animal.
Lori Alford
lori.alford@rcs.k12.al.us

MrsKinne said...

So cute! We use plastic eggs to have students match related addition and subtraction facts.

Debbie Pierce said...

Thank you! I am printing them right now.
I like using plastic eggs with mixed up sentences. The kids put the words the correct order and then write them out.

angela said...

I found the eggs last night and can't wait to laminate everything...I'll be busy!!! Thanks again!!!

Suzanne Grisham said...

Thank you for the freebie! I use eggs in a variety of ways: scrambled up sight words, letter matching, number matching, etc. I will definitely use your freebie with my class next week!

sgrisham@white.k12.ga.us

Bethany Brown said...

Love it! Thank you so much for making this fabulous resource free today!

bethany.brown@mytesa.org

Emily Weber said...

LOVE the freebies! Thanks for sharing! About to print!!!

McNeme said...

Christine! cmcneme@coppellisd.com

Chrissy said...

I'm in bed with pneumonia, but it has it's perks when I find posts like yours!

I like to hide a golden egg in the room. If it's found, everyone gets a small treat for the day (sticker, smart, m&m, etc.)!

Chrissy at ReadWriteSing

Lisa Giuliano said...

Thank you!!! I am on my way to search my Dollar Store for the cute center you have offered!
My sweeties will adore this!

Caitlin Orsborne said...

Thank you!!!

Elizabeth Granade said...

So cute! Thank you!

Danielle said...

I have been home sick today and have been blog stalking you all day :-)

Tina Truelove said...

Oh goodness. I was away from my computer most of the day and missed these freebies. I work with preschoolers and love your ideas. I'll be back! I look forward to getting to know the teacher-blogging community. :)

angela said...

Already starting to laminate them but I forgot to leave my email address!!! Mrs.Badaczewski@stmmparish.org

Thanks again!!

Indiana said...

What a great activity! Thank you so much for sharing.
I live in Australia and the $2 shops here have had very slim pickings here too this year. Must be a worldwide trend!
I really like that I could use this activity beyond Easter without the plastic bunnies. Thank you again.
spottymist@gmail.com

Cindy said...

Hi Fran,
It's been in forever since I've touched base with you. Thanks so much for the FREEBIE! You're the best!
Cindy

karen thomas said...

Thank you so much for the freebies. I can't wait to use these ideas!

Kltcarley@gmail.com

Kim said...

Adorable. Could put lots of different activities in these eggs. 1paintedlady@gmail.com

Yvonnee said...

Thanks so much Fran for leaving it up after work and providing us with this great opportunity.
yvonneeyrg@gmail.com

Laurie said...

Thanks for the freebie! I had a pretty rough day at school so this just brightened my Tuesday!

Laurie
lshee3qx@gmail.com

Miss Kindergarten said...

Super cute Franny Fran! I love making word families with plastic eggs :)

connie said...

What an adorable and awesome freebie!!
Thanks a bunch :)
Connie
iteachkfl@yahoo.com

Megan said...

thank you! what a great freebie.
mgnreynolds@yahoo.com

Amanda said...

I love the eggs that come in 3-4 parts (haven't been able to find them for a few years). They are great for building CVC and sight words with a letter on each piece.

Amanda
hennonac@yahoo.com

Amy F said...

Thank you! I have soooo many plastic eggs!

Mrs. McHaffie said...

LOVE this freebie, Fran!! Just what my kiddos need to work on! :)
Thank you!
Kelly
Beg, Borrow, Steal

lorena said...

Thank you, Fran! I like to cut up sight words and put them in the eggs for the kids to put back together and then write them out on their white boards. :)
lorepuckett at gmail dot com

Katie Knight said...

Bunnies do make sounds. They say "I love Fran" in tiny voices!

Tomi Hammons said...

Thanks for the freebie! I LOVE it! With plastic eggs, I scramble sight words for the kids to spell .

Diane Daniel said...

Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful work! It's fantastic!

Kerry said...

Thank you! I love your great ideas and inspiration!!
koreilly@fcusd.org

Terry Yordan said...

Being on the west coast has some disadvantages. I am going to have to check email at lunch time. Thank you for your offerings. I hope next time to be on time. ;)
THYordan@aol.com

Jan said...

Thanks for sharing this fun game!