I love freebies, but there are a lot to wade though. Here's my favorites I've found recently. Just the best of the best.
Sight Word Sampler - by Kinderbabes (HWT Compatible!)
sharing this one because all the words the kids copy or color in are
HWT compatible! Woo hoo! This sampler includes sight words and, am,
go, he, she and from.
Sight Words Worksheets - by Cathi Ludi (Semi HWT Compatible!)
semi-HWT compatible resource with 91 pages of sight word practice
(sorry, not going to list all those). The tracing/copying letters are
great with the a, b, d, g, p, qs but do have a slight curle to all the
letters (sort of an in-between manuscript and cursive). Coloring
letters in outline manuscript.
Seasonal Sight Word Word Searches - by Kindergarten Rocks
searches are great for helping little kids learn sight words, but most
are too complex. These are just right for beginners.
Nouns No-Cut Book
I love how these activities all re-reinforce what a noun is.
Number Sense Game - from The Measured Mom (and blog friends)
I just love the idea of this game because it's got sillyness built in. I could see using picture cards from another set of flashcards you might have and using two dice to add or multiply to find out how many of that thing there is to take this to another level.
Origin of Our Number System - by Dazzle on a Dime
This little printable blew my mind. Did you know that our numbers were based on Phoenician trading symbols and that in their original form all the numbers had the number of angles they represented? I didn't. This is a great math+history resource.
STEM Building Challenge - by Teachers are Terrific
A building project (which can be done sans printables), and some worksheets that help kids think through their design process.
Presidential Printables - by Make Beliefs Comix
These would be a fun way to get your kids talking about the presidential election. The older ones a bit heavy on printer ink.
Money: The New Faces of Currency
The people pictures on our currency is changing, and this set has reading and other activities about that change. A great current event piece.
April Morning Work - by Mrs. Kadeen Teaches
I love mixed "morning work" because it's great to pull out when I'm not sure what we're going to do today. This is a fun one April sampler.
Spring Freebies for Every Grade - from Educents
Not a big thing, just a bunch of small things in an easy to sort layout.