Rhyming Fun and a Creepy Freebie

I love Fridays because they are so much fun!  I always spend it with my students playing games and just enjoying some time together.  But this Friday was fun for me too!  Two of my good friends from work and I went to see Bret Michaels!!  (For all of you who are too young to remember him, he was the lead singer of Poison and sings "Every Rose Has Its Thorn".)  Anyway, we got there early and got really close the front.  By the end of the concert, I had touched his hand four times, and even "held" it!  Twenty-five years of dreaming!!!!  Here he is!
On to some real business!

I have been in a creative mood this week!  With Halloween right around the corner, I am getting excited!

My kindergarteners needed some help with rhyming, so created this rhyming activity called "Find the Rhyme" for them.  They enjoyed playing it, and loved finding the rhymes and laughing when they didn't.  I love the little things like laughter!

You can purchase it here in my TPT store.  It is half price until Wednesday of this week!

My second graders worked on compound words throughout the week, so we ended the week with this fun game called "Spiders to Webs".  Students match the spiders to their webs to make fall themed compound words.  (Look at that cool paper I got at the Dollar Tree!  You can't see through it, and it is sooo much fun!)
You can get it for FREE at my TPT store by clicking here or on the picture below.
I am linking up with Classroom Freebies for Manic Monday!

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday
Until next time!


  1. I love your spider/web compound word activity! My grade 1s LOVE compound words so this will be great revision for them. And that paper is awesome.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Stef @ Miss Galvin Learns

  2. So cute! This is definitely being added to my word work bin.


    Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

  3. I remember Bret Michaels and had the biggest crush on him. Not many black girls at my school did. :-)

    The freebies look great too!


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