Saturday, April 27, 2013

Free 4 All Linky Party #4

It's time for another Free 4 All linky party here at All Things Upper Elementary! But first, I wanted to take this opportunity to share one paid resource with you.

"A paid resource?!?" you may be thinking. "On Free 4 All Saturday?!? Say it ain't so!" But wait! This one is special, I promise.

I live in Boston, and our community is still recovering from the recent Boston Marathon bombings. Although it was a truly horrific event, it has brought out the best in the people of Beantown. The entire city is helping to raise money for the One Fund Boston - a fund set up by our mayor and governor to benefit the victims of the bombings.   

I've created a Boston Strong Activity Pack to help out. All the profits from this product will be donated directly to the One Fund. Students will love learning fun facts about Boston while practicing their academic skills. If you can't use it in your own classroom, but are willing to pass on the link to others, that would be wonderful!

And now....ON TO THE LINKY!

Below, you'll find a treasure trove of free resources for grades 3-6. Link up your own free items as well! Link to a blog post or straight to your freebie on Teachers Pay Teachers. 

Make sure to spread the love by sharing this linky with other teachers via Facebook, Pinterest, your blog, etc.  And in the spirit of collaboration, don't link and run! :) Leave comments for the 2 posts before yours, and come back and leave a comment on the post after yours. 

Thanks for sharing with us and HAPPY LINKING!


  1. My students love to use their coloring supplies! The color-coded synonym and antonym activity is a great visual and multi-step directions exercise.

  2. No homework passes are some of my favorite rewards to give. Very cute!

  3. Thank you for hosting again. I was looking forward to this today.

  4. What a GREAT idea for Boston, Blair! I continue to pray for all the victims and their families.

  5. Thanks for organizing this Linky! Always enjoy sharing and seeing what other gems I can find and use with my students.


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