The month of November can be a busy one in the classroom. Here is a mega list of free November activities, printables and classroom resources.
Plus – we know that somehow election day activities always seem to sneak in around this time frame too.
So, let’s look at the best resources from this mega list and then dive into the entire collection. Of course, you can always jump to the collection of freebies below too.
These fantastic resources have been shared by teacher bloggers and were all verified as free at the time of being included in this list. They were originally linked up to Freebie Friday on Teaching Blog Addict.
Featured Free November Resources
Here are some of the most popular resources chosen by our readers.
Create a fun extension activity to go along with the (affiliate) read aloud book Turkey Trouble. Students create a turkey in disguise and write about it with a letter. Perfect if you work on letter writing in first grade!
Work on writing number sentences. How do addition and subtraction sentences relate to each other? Students explore these concepts with giant foam dice and this free number sentence worksheet.
Make your own flash cards viewer for your interactive notebooks. This pop up template allows you to slide flash cards and see the content on both sides of the card just by flipping the paper.
Have a little fun with free Thanksgiving photo booth props. These printable pilgrim hats and pilgrim tops, silly turkey glasses, mustaches and Indian headdress are ready to print and add to dowels or skewer sticks.
We’ve broken this mega collection into multiple lists. Let’s get started checking out these November activities and freebies.
There you have an awesome list of resources and activities for November. I hope these can come in handy now and in the future too.
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