September 16, 2012

Freebie For You!

I made these posters to help my students hold and fold their paper like a "hotdog" or a "hamburger."
 
I made this item a quick download and a FREEBIE!!!
Grab it {here!}

My idea is to use the yellow poster for normal display.
Use the orange poster to show students how to hold their paper for art...
and the purple poster is to show students how to fold their paper correctly.

I would LOVE for you to give me some great feedback as well.

I am also so excited because my favorite FREEBIE of all times is featured in the TpT Newsletter TODAY! Grab your freebie now if you haven't already!
here it is!
 Do you think these "Hold It! Fold It!" posters will help you and your little learners hold and fold paper?
Freebie Fridays

9 comments:

  1. Cute! I always say, "short and fat" or "long and tall" lol
    Jennifer
    First Grade Blue SKies

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  2. Thanks for these! I know you said you were using these for kindergarteners, but my fifth graders need this reminder too lol!

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    1. I am glad 5th graders can use it too! I am impressed you read my blog when you teach those BIG kids. Glad it paid off.

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  3. This is one of those things that you say, AHHHHH why didn't I think of that. I always say hot dog and hamburger, but now a visual will make life so much easier. Thank you so much!

    faithfulinfirst.blogspot.com

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    1. haha- i know! I went looking for one and didn't find one. Then I was like- oh, just make it!

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  4. Thanks Mary! You Rock! :) This is so cute and will be so helpful!

    Hilary
    Rockin' Teacher Materials

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  5. Oh my goodness, these are awesome! I teach 7th and 8th grade and just printed them to hang them up for Monday!

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  6. How am I just now seeing this freebie??? I LOVE IT!! Thank you! :)
    Mary
    Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives

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  7. This is awesome! I spend way too much time trying to explain this to my class. Thank you for sharing!

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