This resource round-up is packed with elementary ELA and Social Studies resources to help your students across content areas as well as make your life easier this season.

We’re featuring Math and Division Word Problems, Handwriting and Sound recognition practice worksheets, Self Grading ELA Tests, and more.

And as always, half of these resources are FREE!


Multiplication and Division Word Problems- grades 3-4
Multiplication and Division Word Problems- grades 3-4 by The Teachers’ Aide

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“These 10 multiplication and division word problems are designed to get your students thinking about which operation to use. Great for review, in small groups, or whole group as well.”

Possessive Nouns vs. Contractions
Possessive Nouns vs. Contractions by The Teachers’ Aide

“This product was created to help your students understand the difference between possessive nouns and contractions. Seven activities, aligned with the Common Core, designed for fun and skill mastery.”

I Have Who Has Games WINTER FREE
“I Have Who Has Games WINTER FREE by Primarily Learning

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“I Have, Who Has Games for Winter provides opportunities for children to practice identifying and naming items that can be found, and activities that people do, in the winter. I Have, Who Has Games for Winter are great vocabulary builders for PreK, Kindergarten, 1st grade and ESL classes!”

Handwriting Practice for Kindergarten & 1st Grade supporting Systematic Phonics
Handwriting Practice for Kindergarten & 1st Grade supporting Systematic Phonics by Primarily Learning

“Students practice using sight words in context with these Dolch word practice sheets.”

Decor Bookmarks FREE FREEBIE!
“Decor Bookmarks FREE FREEBIE!” by Elementary Library Lady

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“Bookmarks or name plates in a variety of themes children love!”

Three 3 Branches of Government Activities Crossword Puzzle and Word Search
“Three 3 Branches of Government Activities Crossword Puzzle and Word Search” by Elementary Library Lady

“This resource has basic facts about the Three Branches of the Federal Government, with the clues split fairly equally between the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. The items in this resource can be used to teach students about this subject, or to test their knowledge. They can also be used as a no-prep time filler, a bonus, or a reward activity.”

Flexible Seating Parent Letter and Flexible Seating Contract
“Flexible Seating Parent Letter and Flexible Seating Contract” by Shannon Maree Teaching

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“Making the switch to flexible seating can be easy. Simply use this letter to share with families and your community what flexible seating is, why it’s important, and how they can help support your students.”

Self-Grading Reading Assessments Bundle: Digital & Printable
“Self-Grading Reading Assessments Bundle: Digital & Printable” by Shannon Maree Teaching

“Say goodbye to grading papers! SELF-GRADING quizzes have been a game changer for me, and it can be for you, too. Evaluate student learning quickly by simply sharing the purchased link with your students (Google Classroom works great). Then check back to retrieve their self-graded assessment. If you prefer pencil and paper a PDF quiz with answer key is included as well.”