President's Day Freebies

Happy Friday everyone!!  When Monday rolls around, doesn't it feel like Friday is just for.ev.er. away?!  Well, it's finally here! :)

I have some President's Day printables to share with you, and it's in honor of someone special.  A fellow blogger, Pam from The Vintage Teacher, passed away recently.  Since I am new to the bloggy world, I didn't have the chance to get to know her.  In the past few days, however, I've learned that Pam was an inspiration to so many.  So let's honor her with a "Friday Freebie," one of Pam's fave things :)
This mini packet includes four printables for President's Day.  You might recognize the word search I posted a few weeks ago.  I changed the font on it, and added three other worksheets to this freebie: a create-a-word {I don't know about you, but my kiddos really get into these... I turn it into a "friendly competition"} and two writing prompts {"If I were President," for boys and girls}.

Head to my TpT store to download president's day {printables} for free!

Also, don't forget to pick up your patterns to make these cuties:
Have a great weekend!!


Miller's Flip Flops said...

"I follow all 23 blogs." So much Fun!!! millersflipflops@gmail.com (2nd Grade Teacher) Love the President's Freebie :) Thanks :)

Hadar said...

Thanks for the freebies AGAIN! We did the making words with groundhog day today. My kiddos did so well! They loved that they found the word "god" haha! The other teachers really liked the activity too so I shared with them :) See, it's like you really are part of our team!


Jennifer said...

My kids were using your groundhog printables yesterday and one little girl asked, "Why does it say Cupcake for the Teacher on the bottom?" I said, "Because thats my friend who made it." "You have cool friends." Had to share!

Rowdy in First Grade

Erica said...

I am so sorry about your friend.



Janine said...

I tagged you in a post, go check it out here:

Faithful in First

Delaney White said...

Thanks foe sharing these freebies...I have your George and Abe templates and they are to die for! Cant wait to make them later this month!

Delaney White said...

Thanks foe sharing these freebies...I have your George and Abe templates and they are to die for! Cant wait to make them later this month!

Ashley said...

Thanks for sharing the freebies. How sweet of you to honor a bloggy friend.


Lisa at Stories From Second said...

Thanks for sharing, these freebies look fantastic! :)
Stories From Second

Miss Foote said...

Can't wait to do these!

Chickadee Jubilee

Natalie said...

These are so cute! Thanks for the freebie!

Teachery Tidbits

~Kristen White said...

I just started blogging and found your blog. Love it! Thanks for sharing!

SunnyDays said...

Pinned. Love. Thank you!
Sunny Days In Second Grade

Unknown said...

I follow all the blogs and tpt stores!

Doodle Bugs Paper said...

:o) so fun!!!! you always have neat things!

Cindy Gilchrist said...

Thanks sooo much!!!!

ChristiS said...

Thanks so much for sharing these!!

Lil said...

What a thoughtful way to honor Pam! These sheets can be used even at the kindergarten level by making it a "driting" activity. My students love to do word searches on the Smartboard. Thanks so much for sharing and remembering a special educator.

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