July 1, 2017

4th of July Celebration,Freebies, and a Giveaway!

Happy (almost) 4th of July! I can't believe it's already here. I don't know about you but it feels like summer always seems to fly by. Hopefully you have wrapped up your school year by now and had some time to relax.  I have spent the summer working on some new resources and activities for my students,which I am excited to share some of them with you. I also met up with a good friend of mine, Elizabeth from The Speech Owl.  We thought it would be fun to celebrate the 4th of July with a giveaway, freebies, and a sale. So here is what we have planned....
Visit The Speech Attic and The Speech Owl on Instagram and enter for a chance to win a $10 TPT gift card by following each of us. The winner will be announced on Tuesday July 4th. We will be hosting a sale in each of our stores on Monday 7/3 and Tuesday 7/4, so be ready for some great deals.

Last but not least (drum roll please) the FREEBIES...

I am so excited to use this Lapbook with my kids. Lapbooks provide a hands-on learning experience for our kids. All About the 4th of July Lapbook includes a Nonfiction passage about why we celebrate Independence Day with comprehension questions and Tier 2 vocabulary words. Your students will love completing the American flag maze while finding words to complete The Pledge of Allegiance. There are five American Symbols for students to color and fun facts about this special day.

For more July 4th activities check out my newest book companion for The Night Before the Fourth of July by Natasha Wing

Check out this freebie from The Speech Owl, Nonfiction Passage for Statue of Liberty! Her Nonfiction units are AMAZING! My students love reading them and learning about people from the past or American symbols. 

FREEBIE: Nonfiction Passage for Statue of Liberty

Don't forget to visit us on Instagram to enter for the TPT gift card! I hope you are excited as I am! I love the 4th of July! Fireworks on the river and barbecuing with friends and family two of my favorite things! I hope you have a Happy 4th of July! 

What do you enjoy doing on the 4th of July?

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