Flash Freebie Week Day 3

It is time again for another wonderful Flash Freebie!
I have really enjoyed these flash freebies for this week and can't wait to finish out the week! Thank you to everyone for your kind comments on TPT!  It makes me feel so proud!

Anyway, quick post this morning before I go and sit through even more meetings and inservices!

Today's flash freebie is one of my absolute favorite products!  It is my Warm Fuzzies Nouns and Adjectives activity.  The kids had a ball playing this one!

To play, the students chose  two cards, one a "fuzzy" with a noun on it and a framed card with an adjective on it.  They put the two together and used it to write a sentence and illustrate it.  Here are some examples of their work.


It amazed me that such a simple "game" could be so fun!  We actually did some of them on the white board, but my camera wouldn't cooperate last year to take the pictures.

Anyway, you can grab this for free for the next 24 hours by clicking {here} or on any of the pictures above.  And don't forget to leave some feedback love if you like it!

Stay tuned for Book Talk Thursday with a flash freebie!  Tomorrow's linky is the last day to link up for a chance to win a $25 Barnes and Noble gift card!

Plus, my entire Teachers Notebook shop is on sale through August 18 for 20% off!  Head over and shop away!

6 comments

  1. Thanks for the cute activity. I like how it is simple enough to use with the whole class or just with a small group who need extra grammar practice or with adding details to their writing. :)

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    1. You are welcome! The kids really had fun playing this, and it does help with writing skills! Enjoy!

      Andrea

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing this great activity Andrea. I can't wait to see what the kids come up with.

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    1. I would love to see the pictures and sentences kids make up! They are always so much fun!

      Andrea

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  3. Thanks very much! Great way to motivate their writing skills.
    Najda

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    1. You are welcome! I hope your students enjoy it!

      Andrea

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