Too many icebreakers require students to take massive social risks with people they barely know. Or they don't really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy. Here are three that are actually good. Great if you teach in a speci
Another good icebreaker to play on the first day of school. You skittles to ask questions. This allows the teacher to know her students and students to know their peers. Creates a positive environment in the classroom starting
Foster a Community of Interest by having students play this game. This TEAMBUILDING activity from "Dice Discussions" is perfect for back-to-school or any time of the year when building the classroom community is needed. 32 pages
Just made this Question ball. While in a circle, Have students say the name of the person he/she is throwing to (to practice learning names). The person who catches it says their name again and answers whatever question their right thumb lands on.
Teach Your Child to Read - Perfect for back to school: Three fantastic icebreakers that get kids talking and start building relationships from the first day of school. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
There are many worksheets for figurative language; Moreover, grammar, reading comp, writing, and parts of speech. This is figurative speech with many choices :)