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A seven page packet of materials to start the school year for middle elementary teachers, with a focus on reading and writing. Includes desk name plate, "Just Right" books poster and book marks, student reading inventory, classmate interview exercise, and a handout of reading tips for parents.
Desk tags can be place on student's desk to welcome them back to school. Other uses includes; tags for lockers, coat rack, notebooks, student word wall.
Cute school bus graphic and three-ruled lines make this the perfect desk tag for the beginning of school. Welcome students with their names on their desks or tables, lockers, bulletin boards and more.
Blank space to add student photo or fun sticker. Fill out student's information, laminate, punch a hole and add yarn to create a name tag/I.D. for the first week of school.
Blank space to add student photo or fun sticker. Fill out student's information, laminate, punch a hole and add yarn to create a name tag/I.D. for the first week of school. May be printed on color paper.
This KWHL chart expands upon the traditional KWL chart, while having students learn about their school. This chart addresses informational reading core curriculum. CC: ELA: RI.1-3.1
This KWHLAQ chart expands upon the traditional KWL, while having students learn about their school. This chart addresses the common core standards. CC: ELA: RI.4-5.1
A fun back-to-school activity to help students become better acquainted with their classmates. Reinforces reading, counting, sorting, and graphing skills. Combined with matching interactive, the teacher can model and lead students through the activities as students complete the booklets. CCS: K.CC.B.5, K.CC.C.6, K.MD.B.3, 1.MC.C.4, 2.MD.D.10, 3.MD.B.3
Students pair up by matching multiplication equation to its product, interview each other, and write answers to questions on the cards. A great back-to-school activity.
Students pair up by matching shapes on cards, interview each other, and write the answers to questions on the cards. A great back to school activity.
Pass out a card to each student. Students read their card to the class. The class responds and data is collected. They can then graph the results. This game has a set of 32 cards with questions and colorful pictures. Great for the first week of school.
This end of summer fun packet focuses on looking back at this summer's activities and looking forward to school. Activities include reflective writing about summer, planning the start of the school year and games.