Lion Lamb March FREEBIES

Inside: In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb freebies for your classroom.

I have a free package of “In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb” prediction activities.

In this mini package you’ll find a cool Lion/Lamb craft (idea from

Here’s how ours turned out:

There’s a copy of a story that would be fun to dramatize with the kids (this is a Scholastic freebie).

We did it today and it was SO much fun. The kids really loved it!

And the two prediction papers below.


As I was roaming around I came across this very cute FREE graphing activity from Halle at “Across the Hall in 2nd Grade”.  If you click on her image it will take you to her TpT store where you can grab it. Be sure to leave her some positive feedback!

Wait! There’s more. I just found this in my google drive files. We’re going to do this on Friday. It’s an oldie but a goodie from an old Mailbox issue.

PS  You can find more LION & LAMB activities here.


14 thoughts on “Lion Lamb March FREEBIES”

  1. March definitely came in like a lion here! Thanks for the freebie. It's a perfect start to my weather unit. I can't wait to put them up on a bulletin board. It will look so cute!

  2. Hi Brooke,Glad you like it:). If you click on the second image from the top you can download it from google drive. I just checked the link and it works fine. I did all these activities again this year and they were so much fun!Barb

  3. Hi Barb,I have the same question as Brooke Kelly, when I click on it I get a printable but it isn't the same clip art/images as the project that is shown. Do you have the templates from the project that is shown in the first picture? Thanks for the cute ideas!

  4. Hi Megan,Okay, I've fixed everything to make it easier. If you click on the first or second picture you'll get the package in google drive. There's a template for the lion and lamb, plus some directions. There are also two writing sheets and a little drama activity.Enjoy!

  5. Hi Barb, I did see all of that, it just isn't the same clip art as what is showing…I was hoping for those exact pictures that you used that the project shows in the picture! Thanks for your help!

  6. You know what? I did some searching and realize I got it from Scholastic a few years ago when it was free. They have a clipart store but you have to pay a monthly fee now.


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