First day of school activities
Crayon Box Name Craft | Back to School Craft Name Practice
This fun name craft also doubles as a name puzzle - perfect for back to school!
Journey First Grade Activities! This teacher has done it all: Low Prep! Crafts, Focus Wall Posters, Printables. Come see what has made students and teachers fall in love with teaching Journeys!
A Hygiene Social Story great for teaching school bathroom routines! Includes asking for a bathroom pass, getting a drink and washing hands. *****************This product is available in a bundle!!******************Here is what is included: 11 Page Color Social Story 11 Page Black Line Master Social Story
Superhero Morning Routine Printable
Do you have an aspiring superhero? This superhero morning routine printable is a great way to help with get ready in the morning. A fun, superhero twist on the usual morning checklist.
FREE Reading Comprehension Activities
FREE Read and Color Listening Comprehension These are super duper cute read and color pages. Perfect for your first grade students. These can also be used as listening comprehension for your kindergarten students. | Kindergarten | Free Kindergarten worksheets | Read and Color | Read and Draw | Listening Comprehension | First Grade Reading | Kindergarten Reading | Reading Comprehension | Literacy Centers | Kindergarten Literacy | First Grade Literacy |
Name Practice Activities EDITABLE
Name activities: beginning of the year and end of the year self portraits. Great way to see the growth in self-image and writing over the year!
I am a BIG proponent of having guest readers in our classroom for several reasons. First of all, it's one way to bridge the gap between home and school. Parents, grandparents, and even older siblings were always welcomed to be a guest reader and their student was always OVER THE MOON when they had a family member show up in the classroom to read. This is a great program for all elementary grades, from preschool through fifth!
Teachers, You Must Send This Letter Home on the First Day of School! • Teacher Thrive
This one letter will set the tone for the rest of the year with your students' parents.