9/11 Activities

05 September 2012
Last year (click here to see the post), I posted some freebies for 9/11 and I thought I would link back to them here.  I hope you can use these with your students.  Click the pictures below to download them for free from TpT.
      

    


Fellow bloggers, please feel free to share your 9/11 activities by linking below.  Feel free to grab the graphic above.  The graphic was made with graphics by MelonHeadz and The Digital Bakeshop. Followers, check out the links for more awesome ideas!


11 comments:

  1. Great idea Erica!!! I will be linking up soon :)

    PS- our 1st grade team will be using your letter templates next week!

    Susan
    T.G.I.F. (Thank God it's First Grade!)

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  2. What a wonderful idea! I LOVE a good link up.

    Michaela :)

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  3. I love your ideas because they are perfect for first grade without scaring them. Even though that day is etched in my mind forever, I know my students don't have a clue about 9/11/01. They weren't even born yet and we are in Colorado, so far from NYC. I think writing letters to people who serve our country is an excellent way to approach it. Thanks for sharing, Erica!
    Cecelia
    http://ilove1stgrade.blogspot.com/

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  4. Love this idea! Thanks for the freebie!

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  5. Great idea! Thanks for the link up!

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  6. I appreciate having the opportunity to link up my ideas, here for your readers, Erica. Thanks for your support and encouragement.

    You are my #1 source of referral, since your linky!!!! You beat our Pinterest this morning and that's saying a lot!

    Debbie Clement
    RainbowsWithinReach

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  7. Erica, thanks for hosting the linky! What a great way to share such an important topic with our fellow bloggy buddies and their students. THANKS!

    Kim
    Carried Away in Kindergarten

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  8. You warmed my heart when I saw your remembrance of 9/11! You encouraged me to do the same! I have often enjoyed reading your blog, you have so much to share! You are an inspiration!
    Amy Howbert
    Little Miss Organized
    amyhowbert1@gmail.com

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  9. Erica,

    Thank you so much for these resources! I have included them as part of "Vibrant Homeschooling's 30 Days of Kindness" Challenge. You can check it out here: http://blog.vibranthomeschooling.com/30-days-of-kindness-challenge-week-2-of-5-writingdiscussion-activities-ideas-scriptures-and-more/ Thanks again! Alicia

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