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  • This reading comprehension is a fictional story about a crocodile's first day of school.
  • This is a great getting-to-know-you activity for the first week of school. This color poster will allow students to share information about themselves and their families.

  • Back to School Unit: Cut out the pictures and put them in order next to the sentences. Then write a story that uses the sentences as the foundation. Good early reader work.

  • This One Hundred Days of School (primary) Poem is perfect to practice counting skills. Your elementary grade students will love this One Hundred Days of School (primary) Poem. Celebrate the first 100 days of school with this poem.
  • Cut out these cute crayon shapes and add them to a pair of socks for a fun, positive way to start the school year. 

  • This is a creative way for students to share somethings about themselves. Have students write their first name in the starburst. Then, decorate it anyway they wish. Then at the end of each arrow, instruct them to draw something they like to do or something that describes their personality. Each drawing should be labeled. Share with the class or use as display.

  • "Today is the first day of school." A very short realistic fiction reading comprehension.
  • Fish pattern with place to put each students picture. They can color the fish and place on a bulletin board.

  • This 5 page packet contains parent forms to be completed at the beginning of the school year. Includes contact information, transportation information, volunteer and conference sign up sheets and a child information sheet.

  • This is a fun getting-to-know-you survey you can have students complete at the start of the school year.

  • This "All About Me" page can be filled in with drawings, words, or magazine clippings. It's a fun way for students to tell others about themselves. A nice first day activity.

  • It is important to be a bucket filler in the classroom. Have your students complete this bucket filler booklet to help build community and respect in the classroom. Great for back to school!

  • Use this 'Story Starter: First Day of School (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Story Starter: First Day of School (primary/elem)'. School-shaped page with the story starter "On the first day of school...".
  • Colorful award for the first day of school.

  • Enhances Julie Danneberg's witty story of first day nerves. Combine with our Back to School Unit activities in our Theme section.

  • Colorful award/certificate for the first day of school.

  • Slide up to 3 pencils and/or stick candies into this cute and colorful pocket for a great welcome gift or first day of school craft. Messages include "Welcome Back to School!" or "Welcome to ______" (Pre-K through 5th Grade).

  • 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. 

  • Suggestions for how to organize a first day of school.

  • A game for the whole class to play that reinforces reading, vocabulary, and social skills. Students share something about themselves during the game play. "I have color. My favorite color is ___. Who has friend?" Great for first day of school fun!

  • (student's name) had a great first day of school!
  • Use this 'Writing Prompt: My First Day in First Grade' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompt: My First Day in First Grade'. This is a writing activity for the first day of first grade.
  • Use this 'Writing Prompt: My First Day in Second Grade' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompt: My First Day in Second Grade'. This is a writing activity for the first day of second grade.
  • 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.

  • Fill out the students 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. 

  • A colorful one-page poster/sign displaying "Back to School" with a chalkboard with various school supplies.

  • [member-created with abctools] From "already" to "trudged". These vocabulary building word strips are great for word walls. Vocabulary words from Julie Danneberg's witty story of first day nerves.
  • This is a great getting-to-know-you activity for the first week of school. This black and white poster will allow students to share information about themselves and their families.

  • This Word document can be completely customized for your school/grade/classroom to contain all information that parents need on the first day of school. The flip-book format gives a quick overview of all topics included, such as Welcome Message, Teacher Contact Info, Class Schedule, Meals, School Hours and Absences, Safety and School Visitors, etc...

  • "I survived my first day of preschool!"
  • Fill out students information, laminate, punch a hole and add yarn to create a name tag/I.D. for the first week of school. 

  • [member-created using abctools] Find the school-themed words, from bell to pencil sharpener, in this word search.
  • Review David Shannon's story of a little boy's first day of school.
  • A rebus story followed by comprehension questions. Good for primary or early readers.
  • A rebus story followed by comprehension questions. Good for primary or early readers.
  • This is a perfect first day set of activities: This 10 page packet consists of Getting-to-Know-You worksheets, a collage template, reading inventories, and a classmate matching activity. Great for the first day of school!

  • A game for the whole class to play that reinforces reading and vocabulary skills. "I have a pencil, who has an eraser?" Great for back to school fun!

  • A fun "all about me" activity for students to introduce themselves, then come together as a class to create a puzzle.

  • Cute backpack desk tags for the first day of school. Other uses; locker tags, coat rack, notebooks and student word walls.

  • Students pair up by matching shapes on cards and interviewing each other by selecting favorites and circling pictures. A great back-to-school activity.