The freebies below were designed for upper elementary students - especially those that are struggling or need extra review. However, depending on the needs of your students, some of the activities may be too easy or too difficult for your students. Take a look at each free printable to make sure it works for you!
If you teach 5th grade, some of these resources might be too easy for your students.
3rd and 4th grade students in need of additional reading and math practice will probably benefit from most of these resources.
This reading comprehension freebie includes 2 reading passages, questions, and activities to help your students compare 2 famous inventors!
This point of view freebie include 2 printables - one cut and paste activity for practicing point of view in fiction, and one reading comprehension activity in a nonfiction but very biased text.
A fun, free, no prep way to help your students practice counting in multiples and better prepare them for memorizing multiplication facts!
These free sub plans can be used repeatedly throughout the school year in case of unexpected emergencies. Ideal for third, fourth, and fifth grade students.
This free resource will help making teaching main idea to your 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students much easier!
This freebie contains no prep activities that help students learn more about Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks, as well as activities to compare and contrast these two heroes. Use for Black History Month, MLK day, or all year long.
This is a fun, free winter resource for reviewing fractions. Students draw a snowman using instructions that require students to use their fraction skills.
This free Valentine's Day resource is a great way to review fractions in February. It includes task cards that will keep your students engaged and learning.
This free multi step / two step word problem resource provides much needed practice for your upper elementary students. Use this as a no prep math center!
3rd grade teachers - this free resource gives you one week's worth of morning work or daily math practice. This is best for the beginning of the year, to help review what students learned in 2nd grade.
This October Freebie is great to build a positive classroom community, for morning meetings, or for speaking and listening practice. It can be used with all ages, but the questions are designed for upper elementary students.
This free reading comprehension resource makes it easy for you to teach students how to compare and contrast 2 nonfiction texts on the same topic!
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