Freebies for February!

This has been quite the week- two "cold" days at the beginning of the week and then today is already the last day of January, which means Valentine's Day is right around the corner! That being the case, I wanted to share two Valentine's Day freebies with you that I love using with my little friends!

My little friends just love QR codes (just like I do) and they will certainly enjoy making words with these pages! I only pull these out around Valentine's Day because of the cute little heart border, but really they can be used any time of year.  If you've never used QR codes, this is a great way to introduce QR codes to your little friends while getting some word-making practice. You can grab this freebie here!

My little friends will also be filling out these graphic organizers next month to respond to our reading.  They will be identifying a character they like from our story, drawing a picture of that character, making a list of describing words and writing a sentence describing why they like the character. I pulled out all my February books today for our bookshelf so I have a few options to use this graphic organizer for in the upcoming weeks!

Common Core Alignment:

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.K.3 With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.1.3 Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details.

You can grab this freebie here!

Thanks TBA for the always amazing Freebie Friday linky!

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Have a great weekend!


  1. Thanks for the awesome freebies! I have an ongoing file of activities I hope to use one day with a primary age classroom!
    Short and Sassy Teacher

  2. I always like seeing your QR activities! I haven't had time to try do them yet, but I am hoping to. Cute I Love This Character Freebie! Pinning it for you!
    Conversations in Literacy

  3. Hi ladies! I'm very excited about this freebie!! I just had a mini-workshop on QR codes and I have tried to think of ways to modify what I was introduced to for my Pre-Kers... this freebie will be great for my students who have been working on CVC words! Thanks a bunch!
    I is for Inspire

    I is for Inspire


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