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Are you a teacher who is looking for new and fun ways to inspire your students using positive messages? These sticky notes are a unique way to infuse inspiration and motivation in your classroom! Giving your students more encouragement and hope is a win for student success!

Fun Ways to Deliver Positive Messages for Students

Are you a teacher who is looking for new and fun ways to inspire your students using positive messages? These sticky notes are a unique way to infuse inspiration and motivation in your classroom! Giving your students more encouragement and hope is a win

Practice primary research skills as they gather data to create an infographic. No prep -- ready to go! Fun, creative project that will get students moving and thinking about how to research and interview. Perfect prep for research writing unit.

Create an Infographic with Primary Research

Practice primary research skills as they gather data to create an infographic. No prep -- ready to go! Fun, creative project that will get students moving and thinking about how to research and interview. Perfect prep for research writing unit.

This fun Back to School project would be perfect to display at Open House or Meet the Teacher. Not only allows you to get to know your students, but also allows them to get to know each other! Your kiddos will have a blast as they watch their dodecahedron take shape.

Fun & Creative Ideas for the First Days of School

Are you looking for exciting activities to use while getting to know your new fifth graders? This packet contains individual, partner, small group, and whole-class activities. Help your students get to know you and their new classmates with the engaging a

Welcome to Fifth Grade: Fabulously Fun Activities for the First Week of School

“Tell me about your summer.” I can see my students’ eyes glaze over when I assign this as a first day of school writing prompt! Last year, I tried out some new writing prompts and…

Name Map-This is a great getting to know you activity.  The teacher creates one and shares it with the class.  The teacher then allows the students to create their own "name map".  The middle symbol represents them and then they have other symbols branching off of the center symbol that represent who they are and their interests.  It also goes well after reading Chrysanthemum.

Back to school! Name maps. Great icebreaker for the day/week of school. Fun way to get to know your students. Makes a cute back to school bulletin board too.

This is the perfect back to school activity. On the first day of school, or even during the first week of school, have fun getting your students to know each other. This is an escape room game with a twist on the "Find Someone Who" game. This is a breakout game where the principal has been abducted by aliens, and the students must rescue him or her! Great for kids in third, fourth, fifth, or sixth grade. Need a fun escape room game for your class the first day of school? This is it!

Back to School Escape Room Cracking the Classroom Code™ Getting to Know You Game

This is the perfect back to school activity. On the first day of school, or even during the first week of school, have fun getting your students to know each other. This is an escape room game with a twist on the "Find Someone Who" game. This is a breakou

This back to school activity is a favorite of my students. Back to school selfies promote getting to know each other and reading skills. Grab the free download while your reading.

Beginning of Year Activity: Student Selfies

This back to school activity is a favorite of my students. Back to school selfies promote getting to know each other and reading skills. Grab the free…

Classroom Ice Breakers cover FREE

This is a resource leads to 6 ice breaker activities to complete with students. I find ice breakers to be a fun way of getting to know the students in your classroom.

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