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# Back to School Theme Units

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• Folder labels for math, science, writing, poetry, and homework. Eight of each label per page.
• (student's name) had a great first day of school!
• Make this foldable desk tag, with a picture of an overflowing mailbox, to stand upright on your students' desks!
• Cover a simple pen in denim and glitter. Makes a great quick gift craft.
• A great use for old jeans: cover a spiral notebook in denim and glitter.
• First day of school activity for primary grades. Get to know the class and create bulletin board using this form.

• Problem solving with a "Back to School" theme. A variety of math skills are needed.
• "Have a hopping good year!"
• A step-by-step guide to establishing classroom rules that work, because students are involved in the process. Includes directions for the teacher and worksheets to guide students through each step.

• This bulletin board trim matches our "getting to know you" crayons.
• This bulletin board trim matches our "getting to know you" crayons.
• Jerry’s school has a maximum capacity of 600 students. Last year, 503 students were enrolled. This year, 287 boys and 285 girls are enrolled. How many students attend Jerry’s school in all?
• Ten children get on the bus at every stop. How many children are on the bus after one stop? How many after two? How many after three?
• To use this four-page poster: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.
• To use this four-page poster depicting two pupils returning to school: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.
• "Last year there were 89 third graders at Johnson Elementary School. This year there are five more." Five school-themed math addition problems.
• "Matt has to read a 53-page book by tomorrow. So far he has read 48 pages. How many more pages does he have to read?" Five school-themed subtraction word problems.
• Use the versatility of t-shirt styles to make a bulletin board. Suggestions for using your own materials and/or more bulletin board materials on abcteach for making a great bulletin board.
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• Use this Microsoft Word template, featuring back to school illustrations, to type in a newsletter to parents.
• A picture to color and lines to write about returning to school.