Figure Me Out! An "All About Me" math activity for the beginning of the year. This could be ADAPTED FOR YOUNGER children by using addition and subtraction equations.

Figure Me Out! An "All About Me" math activity for the beginning of the year. This could be ADAPTED FOR YOUNGER children by using addition and subtraction equations.

Six questions to ask your kids on the first day of school. What should kids in our class be doing to make sure our class runs as smooth as possible? What do you hope to learn this year? What will you need to do in order to be successful this year? What will (teacher) need to do to help you this year? Our class should be _____ everyday? School is important because _____

Six questions to ask your kids on the first day of school. What should kids in our class be doing to make sure our class runs as smooth as possible? What do you hope to learn this year? What will you need to do in order to be successful this year? What will (teacher) need to do to help you this year? Our class should be _____ everyday? School is important because _____

10 Exit Slip Prompts that Will Work for Any Class - Teach 4 the Heart

10 Exit Slip Prompts that Will Work for Any Class

10 Exit Slip Prompts that Will Work for Any Class - Teach 4 the Heart

Love this--students could write the number on the top of their paper before they turn it in. That way they don't risk embarrassment or refuse to ask questions during class discussion.

Love this--students could write the number on the top of their paper before they turn it in. That way they don't risk embarrassment or refuse to ask questions during class discussion.

Using Board Games to Engage Students with Task Cards! To take their turn, students must correctly answer a question on a task card.

Using Board Games to Engage Students with Task Cards! To take their turn, students must correctly answer a question on a task card.

Challenge your students/children to find the angles in their names. In order to connect math skills to real life (personal connection with the name) :)

Challenge your students/children to find the angles in their names. In order to connect math skills to real life (personal connection with the name) :)

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