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Adorable. Make first week of school and have hanging on classroom door for beginning of the year. Create seasonal wreaths using different colors.  Keep the hand prints for a mother's day gift to show how they have grown through the year!

First Week of School Welcome Wreath Adorable. Make first week of school and have hanging on classroom door for beginning of the year. Create seasonal wreaths using different colors.

New class - welcoming :-)

Beginning of the school year art project!- photo only- could be hung in the hallway or make it your classroom door decoration

The Bubbly Blonde: Steppin' Into a New Year Craft!

The Bubbly Blonde: Steppin' Into a New Year Craftvitiy {beginning of the year/end of the year} Shoe Tying Club

Cute idea for teacher gifts! Crayon Wreath so making this for my brother when he moves out...maybe make it more manly but come on his nickname is Kreyon!!!

Door hanger made of crayons - great teacher gift., Best DIY Projects, Door hanger made of crayons - great teacher gift.

The Corner On Character: Our Promise To Each Other

Kindergarten Classroom - Our Promise To Each Other - Social Contract. To make it official, students put their "I promise" hand print on the poster. Older students could also sign their hand.

The Kissing Hand {Back to School No Prep Freebie} - Perfect for the First Day of…

The Kissing Hand {Back to School No Prep Freebie} - Perfect for the First Day of School for Kindergarten (K), Preschool (PreK), or First Grade Grade, Grade NO PREP and FREE! First Week of School Fun! First Day of School Certificate

Kissing Hand FUN for the beginning of the Year!

The Kissing Hand

So flash back to the end of the school year. You were high-fiving and hugging your practically first graders and sending them off for som.

Write names on black paper with white crayon.  Have kids cover it with squares of paper... 1st day activity

Kinder- Write names on black paper with white crayon. Have kids cover it with squares of paper. Great first week activity! Teaches proper material use and procedure! AND helps you learn names :)

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