Freebies

Here you will find links to freebies from me that I have posted on this blog.  Click on the picture or the link below to access them.  Many of the freebies are Google Docs, but you don't need to request that I "Share" the document with you in order to download a Google Doc from me.  If you are having trouble downloading a freebie, read this short post on how to download a document  from Google docs or refer to the picture below. All you have to do is click on the download button and save the file. The download button is circled in the picture below.  Hope you enjoy!









(goes with the worksheet below)




https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8Hp3hxOmva9X2lGSWJOZnpfVms/edit?usp=sharing






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43 comments:

  1. You are giving away some awesome freebies here! The only problem is figuring out how to use them all in just one school year! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks! I am so glad you find them useful. Keep checking back because I add more all the time. =)

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  2. Thanks for sharing all your great freebies - love the blog!

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  3. Thank you for creating and sharing your hard work.

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  4. Thank you for letting us borrow from your creativity.

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  5. Wow, so much you are sharing. Thanks. Such great ideas!

    I would like to be able to get them as a regular copy rather than pdf since I would like to make revisions that fit my library and or add subtract info as suits my school and teaching. Would you contact me and allow me to do this? You have some differences that I don't want to confuse my kids about. i.e.: I use F not Fic for my collection. Thanks

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    1. So glad you like them, Judy! Unfortunately, I have to keep the files as PDFs because of clipart and copyright. Also, if you don't have the same fonts loaded on your computer when you open the files in another form, it won't look the same. But maybe you can print off what you need and then cut and paste over what you what to change. =)

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  6. Mostly this is on your PPT share. Thanks

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  7. Thank you for all the awesome resources! I am interested in using the biography/autobiography pdf, but can't find the biography/autobiography ppt that it mentions. Can you post it here or on TPT?
    Thanks so much!

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  8. Thanks so much for sharing these lessons! They are awesome! And will save me hours of work! MANY THANKS!

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    1. You are very welcome! Please let me know how they are working out for you. =)

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  9. The Biography/Autobiography powerpoint is great, but doesn't have the book descriptions to use for the worksheet. This seems like an awesome activity. I appreciate all your help :)

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    1. Hi Holly,
      I have uploaded a new version of the PowerPoint and worksheet. These now should flow nicely together. You can get to the PPT and worksheet from this page or from the Genres, iPads, QR Codes, a Guest Author, and More...post. Hope that helps! =)

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  10. Just found you and what a wealth of great ideas! Thank you so much for sharing.

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    1. Welcome, Shelly! So glad you are enjoying what you are seeing. Check back often, as I am always adding more freebies. =)

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  11. Your shared lots of interesting ideas
    thank you
    Arun

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  12. Love the bio/auto bio PowerPoint & corresponding worksheet. Do you have this available for sale in any other genre?

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    1. Currenlty I don't have any other genre PPTs and worksheets ready to share, but I will add that to my list of things to make and share. Hopefully I can get around to posting something in the near future. Thanks for your interest. =)

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  13. OH MY GOODNESS! Your resources are exactly what I was looking for! Thank you so much!

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  14. Thank you so much for all the freebies! You are awesome for sharing with other Library Media Specialist!

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    1. So glad you are finding some helpful items. Thanks for reading! =)

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  15. This will be my first year as a librarian. I have been so worried about what I will be doing without a curriclum to follow. Your freebies are going to help me more than you know! Thank you so much for making all of this available!! You're awesome!

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    1. Glad to have helped. Good luck this year! =)

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  16. I love your blog and all your resources.
    You inspire me to be a better librarian.
    Thanks so much for sharing.

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    1. You just made my day, Maxine! Thanks so much for being a reader of The Book Bug. =)

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  17. You must be an angel! These are amazing! Thank you sooooo much....

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  18. You are so kind to share all of these wonderful activities and resources!! So helpful to a first year librarian like me :) Thank you!

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  19. Just came across your blogspot last night. This is my first year as parent/volunteer librarian at our small 80 student school. The student's have not had any library skill lessons taught to them in over 3 years so when I was asked to run the library I got busy and started finding everything I could to teach them about the library. I loved your ideas, especially the author posters. The only poster I could not download was Patrick Carmen's. When I clicked on him I got Anna Dewdney's. When I clicked on hers it was hers. Is there any way I could get his? I am thinking about showcasing a different author each month and also make some posters of my own. Brilliant idea!

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  20. Love your blogspot! Downloaded all the author posters except Patrick Carmen which wasn't working. Could you help me? Thanks!

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    1. I have fixed the link so you should be able to download it now.

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  21. Thank you for all of the freebies! Even though I am at a high school, these still spark my interest and act as a beginning of an idea.

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  22. Thank you for sharing your hard workand wonderful ideas. I will definitely continue to follow your blog and TpT.

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  23. Hi,

    I am a first year media assistant and your freebies are sooo helpful, I can't wait to look at your teacher store too. Thank you!!

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  24. These are a huge HUGE help. I'll be starting a library job next month and these have saved my bacon. Thank you and many many blessings be upon you for your generosity. :-)

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  25. Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your generosity! These are a big help to me, who's been out the game for almost 10 years! I only have my classes for 30mins a week and find it very challenging to do lessons and check out books in that span of time.

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