I got my brain in; Free Money Clip; Free E Book - Fun Math Book for Young Learners; My Free Minibook on Iroquois; Free Guide on the Haudenosaunee? Free Create Your Own Flashcards; You Tube Video about Cherokee Nation
|Posted on October 27, 2011 at 4:55 PM|
Well I didn't do as good on freebies this past couple of weeks. I did get my brain mold in that I am going to use on our human body unit study. The recipe book had some great ideas for jello molds to use for it. And well the container on the "Respect the Roll" lol is pretty nice. I love magazines so over all I guess not too bad .
I bet you did better..
Time Sensitive Freebies - hurry hurry freebies
Free Money Clip (originally 14.99)
Click here to go there. (hurry)
Free E-book - The second picture above is of one of the inside pages of the math book. Well worth the download. It doesn't say how long it's free for so I am putting this freebie here in this time sensitive part.
Fun Math for Young Learners. Look on the right side to download book.
Also on this site are more printable just like the picture above.
Freebies - when you get time
Design and print off your own flashcards. Select the type of flashcards: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division. Choose your number sets and even chose your size.
How about a minibook from my upcoming new unit on the Iroquois? We are really enjoying studying about the Iroquois. I have lots more to share on this unit coming up too. Right now, I am obtaining permission on some of the other clipart. I really am a stickler about using clipart that does not stereotype Native Americans but helps our children to appreciate their differences, values and culture.
We used this Free Guide about the Haudenosaunee from the National Museum of the American Indian to kick off our study with and it is where most of the information on this unit will come from. You will want to download it and refer to it. It is about 24 pages.
I'll leave you today with this video that I posted on my facebook page and even though the Cherokee were not one of the nations of the Iroquois League known as the Haudenosaunee, their language was. I loved this song by Paul Revere and the Raiders back in the 70's (no I am not "that" old) but I do remember it as child. It is so catchy..and so true of the injustices done to the American Indians.
Hugs for today and we FINALLY got some cold weather today here in Texas. One of our two days that we have it -- I think it's time to enjoy my fireplace today...