Freebies for Your Classroom

Teachers! You work hard and you deserve a break. Here are some free elementary school teaching resources (lesson plans, activities, and ideas) I created to help you. 

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You may implement these resources in your class for personal use. I only ask that you please don’t remove any watermarks. If you would like to share these items with any other educators, please direct them to this page.

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Download Free Lessons and Activities

Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month Influential AAPI Slides
Popcorn Words Sight Words Activity Worksheet NO PREP Kindergarten, Grade 1 & 2
Helper of the Day Necklace for Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2
Future World Changers | Motivating and Inspiring Boho Classroom Wall Display
Indigenous Education: Free Kamloops Residential School Middle School Lesson
Free Last Day of School Interactive Google Slides Activity
Meet the Teacher EDITABLE Slideshow | Google Slides™
Free Primary/Junior/Intermediate Indoor Scavenger Hunt
Free No Prep Dedication Paragraph Writing Lesson | ELA Digital and Print
Free High School and Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 8 Graduation Diploma Certificate (suitable for all grades)
Free Organization Desktop Wallpaper for Teachers
Free Printable DIY Classroom Label Stickers

Indigenous Education Resources

Learn more about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action and include Indigenous voices in your curriculum. The resources below provide helpful background knowledge to support you in teaching your students. Please do the work to help dismantle systemic racism and discrimination, and to support Indigenous healing.

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action

Spirit Bear’s Guide to the TRC of Canada: Child Friendly Calls to Action

Addressing misconceptions about Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Healing Conversations

LGBTQ2S+ Resources

ETFO: LGBTQ Timeline

I use the LGBTQ timeline with my classroom every year to teach students about the history of discrimination LGBTQ2S+ individuals have faced. It needs to be updated but bringing real-world connections makes learning relevant and meaningful for students. 

Example Grade 7 Student Response
Example Grade 8 Student Response
Guide to different Pride flags

Helpful Links

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