Any Ideas for a New FREEBIE?

I feel lucky enough that with my job I get to do a variety of things. One of the things I love is creating new FREEBIES for you! When we first started the FREEBIES page we had 4 different topics to choose from:

  1. The Game Zone
  2. Free Reading Activities
  3. Free Math Activities
  4. Awards
  5. Lunch Notes

… now we have added

We’re also working on some letter tracing worksheets, crossword puzzles, word scrambles and free phonics worksheets that we should have available to you soon. We love being able to offer these things for free and we would love to hear your thoughts about them. Do you like what’s available now? Do you have any ideas for FREEBIES you would like to see on smarttutor.com? What can we do to make our FREEBIES site even better? What can we do to make smarttutor.com even better?

We are a company that loves to hear feedback from you! So please email or call us and let us know what’s on your mind. – info@smarttutor.com – 954-584-5250



5 comments

  1. My daughter likes checking out your Freebies page to see what’s new. She printed out the lunch notes with the girls on it and made a to do list for the refrigerator. Keep them coming. πŸ™‚

  2. As a teacher, I’m always looking for FREE work sheets and lesson plans for not only my ESE and ESOL students but all other students….
    It would be great if you could add a “Hearts” theme or Valentine’s Them for February for your certificates!
    We love your site at my school… we all use it and some students are registered to use it at home!
    keep up the great work!

  3. Wow – it’s so great to find free stuff for your children online! I love the variety and being able to print things out. I was searching online for free educational games and I got it. This other site also had some cool suggestions for games to play at home… http://tutortime.info/

  4. 1) Could you create a math race like game such as Stanford online computer math program for gifted children (Stanford EPGY) where students learn math facts. Also, can you add a section where students learn how to do mental math similar to the way Singapore Math teaches it with number bonds where kids can understand the relationship between numbers?

    • Thanks for the great suggestions! Many lessons in our full program actually do incorporate race and adventure type activities that are embedded within the content. We also have lessons on composing and decomposing as well as some level 1 and 2 addition and subtraction that explore the relationships between numbers. If you have access to our program check out Addition Facts Level 2 Volumes 1 & 2 as well as Addition – Two Digits – Level 2 Volume 1 in the lesson library. If not, you are welcome to sign up for our 14-Day Free Trial.


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