Children write or draw their goals for the new school year and decorate the banners. You string them up and hang them around the classroom. They serve as a great reminder for students, too! There are two different banners included. Banner two has a kinder
"Me Bag" The students' "homework" for the first day of school is to fill up a brown paper bag with 5 or 6 things that are important to them. Over the next several days, they take turns sharing their bags with the class and talking a bit about themselves.
Key to Brownies: Getting to know you with a beaded bracelet
Each child gets one pipe cleaner filled with beads of one color(to give to others) and one empty pipe cleaner-to hold beads they collect for themselves. To get a bead they have to go to another child and introduce themselves
Welcome To Our Room! - Back-To-School Door Display
This VIP Stage Door Entrance! - Hollywood Themed Back-To-School Door Display is just one of our many bulletin board ideas. We have thousands of fun and unique teaching ideas that are great for the classroom and at home!
This is a First Grade Jitters graph that my students completed on the first day of school. It was inspired by the book, "First Grade Jitters" by Robert Quackenbush. The graph is an activity included in my First Grade Jitters packet.