Freebie Friday ~ Grade 7 Resources

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Grade 7 Resources

In this series of Freebie Friday Posts, I’m sharing Grade specific freebies. I often see posts online asking for grade specific printables and resources. This week we are focusing on Grade 7 resources.

7th Grade Worksheets from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Grade 7 Resources
So you have a seventh grader? Whether you are a homeschooler, teacher, or are a parent supplementing your child’s education — we’ve got lots of fun, creative educational activities for you! This page is filled with over pages of 7th grade math, grade 7 math, and year 7 maths worksheets / games /activities. In addition we have 7th grade science worksheets, 7th grade grammar, printable maps for geography, and more.

The Middle School Syllabus from Maneuvering the Middle
Grade 7 Resources
Let’s discuss your class syllabus. Did your eyes just glaze over? That’s what happened when I went over my class syllabus with my students the first year I taught. Your class syllabus does not have to be boring! Here are some ways to keep your students informed and interested (and an editable freebie to get you started.)

Free 7th Grade Christian Homeschool Curriculum from Freedom Homeschooling
Grade 7 Resources
At, we list several free all-in-one-curriculum programs. These programs include every subject your 7th grader will need. Homeschoolers often choose all-in-one programs because of the simplicity they provide. They take care of the planning and curriculum selection for you.

Would You Rather Questions from Rachel Lynette on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grade 7 Resources
Would Your Rather Questions: FREE

Here are 20 fun Would You Rather Questions just for kids. These are great to use when you have a few extra minutes.

Two-Step Equations Notes & Maze Activity from All Things Algebra on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grade 7 Resources
Two-Step Equations Notes & Maze Activity

Here are Cornell Notes and a maze activity on solving two-step equations (including those with fraction coefficients). For the maze, the answer they get to one problem leads them to the next problem. My students really enjoyed this and preferred it over the traditional drill practice.

An answer key to both notes and maze is included.

Journal Prompts FREE from Ruth S. on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grade 7 Resources
Do you have students who say they don’t like to write or those who say they don’t know what to write about? Watch pencils fly across their papers when they’re given my 280 prompts that be used for daily journal writing or to encourage class discussions. Suggestions of how to use them are included. Great for morning meetings and centers! Take a look at the comments teachers have made about my prompts and you’ll understand why they’ve been downloaded thousands of times!

Student Info Beginning of Year Social Media Printable from
Charly Baker on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grade 7 Resources
Student Info Beginning of Year Social Media Printable.

Interactive Notebook Templates from Kesler Science on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grade 7 Resources
Interactive Notebook Templates – This set of interactive notebook templates will rocket your class to the next level. Included in this package are all of the templates that I have created and used in my science classroom for the last 4 years.

These templates are intended to be used for a interactive notebook or as a foldable activity that helps students compartmentalize their ideas.

Included in the package are over 50+ templates.

– 8 flip-flaps with tabs for a title (2-9 topics/ideas/images)
– 8 flip-flaps without a tab (2-9 topics/ideas/images)
– 8 compare and contrast templast (higher order thinking)
– small, medium, and large pocket books and inserts (flashcards, games)
– MANY accordion style templates including a variety of shapes (make that journal come to life)
– Specialty templates and much more

Critical Thinking Language Sentence Frames {Say What?} Aligned to Common Core from Hello Literacy on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grade 7 Resources
Get all your students into the highest levels of Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy (RBT) today with these language sentence frames. Critical thinking was important long before the Common Core, but the Common Core documents are embedded with “critical thinking”… “evaluate and justify”…”read critically”…”close analytical reading” etc. With just these language frames alone, all students will have access to the language necessary to say their text-based answer with evidence. Not only aligned to the shifts of ELA, but helps *all* students discussion and communication skills and rules of conversation. Use without text to just get kids justifying their responses, especially in Morning Meeting, play the “Would You Rather” or use The Book of Questions for Kids and give students an opportunity to express their opinions and ideas with justifications.

Free Lab Team Roles from The Science Penguin on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grade 7 Resources
This Lab Team Roles Freebie contains information about using lab group jobs, 5 posters, and student role cards.




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