Get to Know Your Teacher (Back to School Activity)

I’ve posted another fun back to school printable over at We Are Teachers! This one’s all about you, the teacher! It will help your students see that you’re a real person and that they can relate to you! Click here to see the printable.’

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Interview A Classmate (Back to School Printable)

Class icebreaker activities are always fun. Here’s a simple way to get to know your students while assessing their writing. It’s a simple “Interview a Classmate” activity, free over at my post on We Are teachers. Click here to hop on over there!

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Goal Setting Sheet

A while ago, I posted this on We Are Teachers. If you haven’t hopped over there to check it out, you should. There are tons of great ideas over there. This page is another good back to school page. It’s all about setting goals for the year. Click here to go to my post.

 

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Learning Styles Survey

Here’s one of my recent¬†printables over at We Are Teachers! It’ll be great for your first week of school when you’re learning about your new students and planning how you can create the best learning environment for them.¬†Click here to go to my post.

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Learning Survey Printable

Another freebie for you over at We Are Teachers! This one’s all about figuring out how your students learn best. Click here to visit my post and download the page!

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Class Contact Information Page

Contact information STICKERThere are so many things to keep track of at the beginning of the school year. There’s so much information to make sure your students and their parents know! I recently made a sheet of teacher contact cards. To along with that same idea, here’s my class contact page. Print out the page, write in the information and then run copies for your class.

Click here to download the free printable:
Contact Information – back to school night

Celebrate the First Week of School!

A reader recently submitted this picture of a box of Cracker Jacks with a fun saying. Her principal gave one of these to each teacher and staff member in celebration of a successful first week of school. Too cute!

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Write Your Name (poster)

write name poster STICKERI don’t know about you, but most times when I’m in a workshop or meeting and I’m given a handout, I instinctively write my name in the top right corner. You may laugh, but that’s the kind of automatic thing we want our students to do! I saw this idea on Pinterest and decided to make my own. Some students just need that simple little reminder and hopefully this will help! This poster is the size of regular printer paper (8.5″ x 11″).

Click here to download the free PDF: write name poster