Monday, December 9, 2013

It's a Holiday Freebie Festival with ATUE!

If you are anything like me, you appreciate a good old fashioned FREEBIE. Well, folks, we got tons of 'em for you here today! Without further ado, I bring to you ATUE's Holiday Freebie Festival! Just click on each cover to access it for FREE on TpT!

Holiday Coupon Books from Blair Turner:

Benchmark Fraction Sort from Jennifer Findley:

Twas The Night Before Christmas - I Have, Who Has from Mr. Hughes:

Parts of Speech Silly Sentences Game from Deb Hanson:

Redesigning the North Pole from 2 Brainy Apples:

Christmas Conjunctions from Jen Bengel:

Snowball! A Differentiated Addition and Subtraction Game from The Teacher Studio:

Linear Equation Gift-Tag Match-Up from Miss Math Dork:

Dashing Through Equations from 4MulaFun:

Reindeer Run-Ons from Right Down the Middle With Andrea:

Holiday Aid for Low Income Students from Amber Thomas:

Rudolph's Christmas Writing Freebie from Yearn to Learn:

Retell, Relate, Reflect, Review Complete Assessment Package from 2 Peas and a Dog:

Still not enough to satisfy your freebie fix?!? Alrighty then. There's more where those came from. The Winter Holiday Tips and Freebies E-Books are published, and they are pretty fan-freaking-tastic. Each one has 50 pages of tips and links to TpT freebies. No matter WHAT you teach, you are sure to find something great to use in your classroom over the coming months.  We all hope that you enjoyed the big Cyber Monday sale and that you found some great new products to help you make your life easier!

Remember, your bloggers/resource creators spend HOURS on their products--even freebies--so be sure to take some time to leave some feedback on the freebies you use and love!


Hope you enjoy the goodies--and watch for lots of great posts coming up over the next weeks!


  1. WOW! Great "stuff" here! Thanks for sharing!

  2. LOVE it all! Thank you so much for all the talent comprised in one blog :)

    Miss V's Busy Bees

  3. Thanks so much for sharing this stuff looks great!!!!! We really truly appreciate it during these crazy holiday times!!!


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