Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Freebie on the Fifteenth

Today is my wedding anniversary.
I heard a song in the car going to work by the Seekers that reminded me of my husband. I typed up the lyrics for him.

It is also the 15th...freebie on the fifteenth. And Dr Martin Luther King Jr's birthday.

Here is a very quick freebie I made. We sorted and talked about the pictures. The students colored, cut out and labeled the pictures (share, care, help). They wanted to turn it into a hat. So we cut out the pictures and put the kind behaviors that are our goals/dreams on sentence strips to make a headband. We can be kind. You can have them add their own pictures.
I love the show Little Bill and this book - Thank You, Dr King.
It was a great lead-in to the lesson on kindness. While putting together a scrapbook with Alice the Great, Little Bill thinks of ways he can care and share. We used an old mailbox magazine sheet cut apart to make a headband with pictures of how we can act kindly towards others. Then we traced our hands on multi-cultural paper and made friendship flowers just like the one Little Bill makes in the story.
I added the freebie from yesterday's post to this file as well.

Have a great rest of your week.


  1. I love Little Bill books! Thanks so much for the great freebie!

    Lucky to Be in First

  2. I love that book, too! Thank you, Jenn! :)