Hey everyone! I just recently found a fun site, Teacher Sherpa. They exclusively offer free educational material for all subject areas and grade levels. I looked though their site and found some of the cutest holiday templates too! I have 2 of my favorites listed below. According to the FTC rules, I do have to let you know that this is a paid post.
I know you are probably asking how do I get these materials? Well, it’s simple, all you have to do is sign up for a free membership for two free downloads a month. If you would like unlimited free downloads, there is a premium membership for as low as $3 a month.
Teacher Sherpa approves every resource before letting it go live to ensure extremely high-quality free teaching resources. And as an added benefit, you can preview the complete product before deciding to download. You can instantly download PowerPoint presentations, print PDF lesson plans and handouts, or adapt editable documents using the editing tools.
Here’s are 2 free printable games I found while searching the site.
Pumpkin Number Match. I know my granddaughter would love this game, she’s only 3, but she can count up to 12, she knows her colors, she’s learning math and she’s learning how to match things, so this game is something she’d love to play as it’s also teaching her and she loves to learn. 🙂
Kids can use these cards to practice counting and number recognition. These are ideal for an independent math station or for a small group. This game can be enjoyed year-round, but especially during the fall and Halloween season.
Another game is the Skeleton Roll a Dice Fun.
Kids will enjoy rolling dice to Build their Skeleton! You will need dice, scissors, and glue. Such a Super cute Halloween activity! Editable on TeacherSherpa and downloadable as a PDF.
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