These free May resources will help you prep for a smooth May. FREE classroom resources for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.
These free May resources for teachers are just what you need for May!
Below you will find our best resources for May in your classroom.
Within our May collection you will find a wide variety of resources. Our hope is that this will allow you to go to one spot to pull together all of your centers for May.
Our hope is that these resources will allow you more free time over your spring break so you can enjoy your family a little more.
If you are looking for something you can’t find, please let us know!
Each resource shown below is completely free.
Please feel free to copy and use in your classroom. You may not modify and sell. These are intended to be free for teachers!
We have also created a binder cover and spine that you can use to help organize all of your May resources.
You can download the cover and spine at the bottom of this post.
Along with the binder and spine inserts, you will find a card that can be used to label a tub or other container in your classroom.
Print all of your resources, laminate and store in your binder. Put each center in a zippered pencil pouch or page protector for easy storage year after year!
Also, be sure to bookmark this collection so you can easily find it every year. Not sure how to bookmark posts? We will include the link to our easy tutorial at the bottom.
To access all of the free May resources, click on the images below. You will be directed to each post.
These daily bell ringers contain multiple choice questions for your primary students. These daily welcome messages will help your students enter and focus on the day ahead. Choose the pages from this collection that fit your students. This literacy set is designed to include word work and fluency practice. Display this game on your smartboard for math fact practice. Students love these scrambled sentences. Practice basic facts with this PowerPoint game. A version of our welcome messages designed for younger students. Bell ringers designed for intermediate classrooms. A collection of spring themed math and literacy centers for primary classrooms. Help your writings who need a little push to get started. A collection of 100 lined writing papers. Students solve word problems with a spring theme. These math grids will give your students geometry practice. You can never have enough math fact practice! These engaging color key pages allow your students to practice addition and subtraction facts. Students follow the code to find the hidden pictures. More color key practice with a spring theme. Print and go for quick early learning skill practice. Our colorful math and literacy centers contain skills for kinder through second grade practice. This collection of no prep spring pages will fit into kinder through second grade classrooms.
May Bell Ringer Questions
May Daily Welcome Messages
May Writing Journal
Camping Literacy Pack
Camping Addition & Subtraction PowerPoint Game
Camping Fun Read, Write and Draw It!
Camping Multiplication & Division PowerPoint Game
Kindergarten May Daily Welcome Messages
May Bell Ringers
Spring Fling Math & Literacy Centers
Spring Writing Interventions
Spring Lined Writing Papers
Spring Problem Solving (2nd Grade)
Spring Math Grids (Coordinate Grid)
Spring Find a Fact Games (Multiplication)
Spring Color Key Set 2 (add / subtract)
Spring Fry Word Hidden Pictures (Words 1 - 100)
Spring Color Key Multiplication
Spring Preschool Print & Go Pages
Spring Math & Literacy Centers
Spring Print & Go Pages
These daily bell ringers contain multiple choice questions for your primary students.Continue Reading
These daily welcome messages will help your students enter and focus on the day ahead.Continue Reading
Choose the pages from this collection that fit your students.Continue Reading
This literacy set is designed to include word work and fluency practice.Continue Reading
Display this game on your smartboard for math fact practice.Continue Reading
Students love these scrambled sentences.Continue Reading
Practice basic facts with this PowerPoint game.Continue Reading
A version of our welcome messages designed for younger students.Continue Reading
Bell ringers designed for intermediate classrooms.Continue Reading
A collection of spring themed math and literacy centers for primary classrooms.Continue Reading
Help your writings who need a little push to get started.Continue Reading
A collection of 100 lined writing papers.Continue Reading
Students solve word problems with a spring theme.Continue Reading
These math grids will give your students geometry practice.Continue Reading
You can never have enough math fact practice!Continue Reading
These engaging color key pages allow your students to practice addition and subtraction facts.Continue Reading
Students follow the code to find the hidden pictures.Continue Reading
More color key practice with a spring theme.Continue Reading
Print and go for quick early learning skill practice.Continue Reading
Our colorful math and literacy centers contain skills for kinder through second grade practice.Continue Reading
This collection of no prep spring pages will fit into kinder through second grade classrooms.Continue Reading
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