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First Grade Blue Skies: Kissing Hand First Day Back to School Pack

First Grade is out of this world! Bulletin board idea

Back to School Bulletin Board and Door

Doodle Bugs Teaching {first grade rocks!}: Classroom Pics

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Classroom Makeover Ideas | classroom decorating ideas back to school bulletin boards classroom ...

5th Grade Is Sweet Door Decoration Idea - MyClassroomIdeas.com

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Jitter Glitter freebie

Fun in First Grade: Open House Freebies

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Class Book Idea from: Pete the Cat- Rocking in my School Shoes Unit!

Rocking in My School Shoes- A Fun Comprehension Unit!

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Project Cornerstone - One by Kathryn Otoshi "EveryONE Belongs" This activity was designed for a Kindergarten class. After I read the book, I had large number 1 cutouts, I asked the children to draw what they think #1 did? How did it make the others feel? Who was included? - The illustrations were great - some drew the colored numbers others the colored dots most with happy faces - and all included red. I took the #1's home and laminated them - so they can use them as bookmarks.

Simple class book with repeated text... Baby, Baby, Who Could You Be? I'm _________. That's me!

TheHappyTeacher: Class Book: Baby, Baby, Who Could You Be?

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The Creative Chalkboard: Mystery Bags {Freebie}

The Creative Chalkboard: Mystery Bags {Freebie}

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Homework Folder. Everything you need to set students and parents up for success! 10 different themes...

Fluttering Through First Grade: Labor Daying...

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Lucky to Be in First! freebie to send home with parents. "In the Car Activities"...perfect for curriculum night or conferences to help parents find a way to work with their kids

Parent volunteer form (and some other parent papers)

a brand new batch of 2nd graders... so cute! Make three-dimensional cookies by cutting 2 circles out of brown construction paper, stuffed them with kleenex and staple them together. Then write each student's name on a cookie and draw dots to look like chocolate chips.