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cool DIY project for an end of year teacher's gift - and the kids can help make it!

Shake things up at the close of this school year! Use DIY Jenga to practice and review.

This fully editable and customizable teacher binder / organizer has absolutely everything you will need to start your year off organized and ready to roll! All you have to do is print, hole punch, and add to a three ring binder and viola, everything you need in one place!

Awww! This could be a great gift for the fourth graders from the fifth this spring. The 5th graders could write a note on the back of their 5th grade year.....

This was created to help teachers plan procedures for the beginning of the year. Twenty-four procedures are included, with tips for each procedure!

Make a schultüte, or school cone! It's a German tradition where parents give their child going into their first year of school a giant cone filled with school supplies and treats.