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This FREEBIE is a perfect way to help your new students become familiar with some of the people who work in their school. The file includes a six-page easy to print and assemble book. We have included two books per page to save time and ink... just copy, staple, & cut down the middle! Page 1: Cover Page 2: Our Teacher Page 3: Our Custodian Page 4: Our Nurse Page 5: Our Cafeteria Worker Page 6: Our Librarian Click here for Back To School Mini-Book Bundle Click here for our Community Helpers…
jolly nera saved to community helpers
Learn about our school community and school helpers that make our school community great! See how we use this "School, School, What Do You See?" booklet to integrate literacy into our citizenship unit in first grade.
LaTasha Tisdale saved to First Days of School
School-Wide Events: Fun and Educational Ideas to Build School Spirit - Teaching with a Mountain View
School-wide events are fun for students, families, staff, and community. Includes ideas for academic days, incentives, fundraisers, etc.
Lauren Snyder saved to beginning of the year
This FREE friendship interview worksheet is great for back to school. Help build a classroom community and let students get to know each other at the beginning of the year. #backtoschool #classroomcommunity #friendship #free #kindergarten
Thanks for downloading my product! This is a preview to my Communities Unit that will introduce vocabulary. Included is: Page 1: Cover Pages 2-8: Vocabulary Posters Page 9- Thank you letter Enjoy this freebie ! Visit me at : lovebuglearning.blogspot.com
Alicia Beythan saved to First Grade-Social Studies
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Sama Fernands saved to Ms. 8th Grade
Turn those blank walls into something worth looking at!
Rebecca Jagow saved to O.T.: Decor
Every year that I walk into a classroom, I have the same goal: build our class into warm, welcoming community that functions like a great, big extended family. We build classroom traditions and routine that help us to achieve this community, and it has worked year after year! Here are some of my favorite tried and true activities to help build community in an upper elementary (third, fourth, fifth) grade classroom.
Build relationships and connect with your students anytime in the year, not just during the back to school season! These 3 simple community building ideas will be engaging for your kindergarten… More
Jennifer Luebke saved to Beginning/End of the Year