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This All About Me writing activity makes a cute 3-D bulletin board display. Elementary students can use this as a back to school activity, as a getting to know you activity, or during the year for writing a paragraph, a letter, or an Autobio Poem. Multiple writing templates are included for easy differentiation. #writing #allaboutme #backtoschool #bts #2ndgrade #3rdgrade #4thgrade #5thgrade #bulletinboard #students #teachers #ideas
Cecelie Olson saved to The classroom
My favorite part about getting ready for back to school is getting all of the bulletin boards set up around my classroom. Here are some of my favorite ideas.
Cyrene Chandler saved to Teaching math
The Happy Learners' Club (Junior) is our highly popular kids' activity membership for busy parents with 2 to 5 years old children. *If you have children between 6 to 8 years old, The Happy Learners'
Judy Wertheimer saved to Preschool
This Paper Plate Dinosaur is a great craft for dinosaur loving kids! Grab a few supplies around the house to make your favorite prehistoric friends.
Where Do I Live? Kid Activity - Introducing Geography and Teaching Kids Their Address - Rock it Mama
Enjoy this project with your little one to help teach them address memorization and geography concepts.
Jada Mahon saved to homeschool
We’re all quarantined with nowhere to go and are desperately trying to find things to keep our little ones entertained. I get it. I’m right there with you. So after our first full week of quarantine, I wanted to share some things we did that were big hits with the kids, and I’ll be doing...Continue Reading
Genius ideas for all grade levels.
Catherine Angulo saved to Classroom
Get to know your students this back to school season with these ideas and freebies. Start your first day of school with these the perfect ice-breakers and activities. You'll love these inexpensive, engaging, and fun back to school ideas for elementary students. 2nd grade, 3rd grade.
Emily Stephens saved to school