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    No David - What makes a Good student? -first day activity ... Love the David books too

  • Ali Coe

    Classroom expectations - My students love the David books!

  • Miss Chelsey

    Read "No, David" series and make a "What makes a good student?" diagram with the kids for the first week back to school

  • Krista Cooper Moss

    What makes a Good student? Anchor Chart Activity-first day activity...with No, David! book.

  • Brittany Ayers

    What makes a Good student? -first day activity Read, No, David! And make class rules

  • Alexis Terry

    GOOD FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL ACTIVITY! Use books "No David!" and "David at School" to discuss what is a good student

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Good beginning of the year activity for students. Use books "No David!" and "David at School" to discuss what is a good student?

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Fun, contemporary back-to-school lesson! Have your students draw "selfies" and describe their summer via text message prompts. Makes for a great bulletin board display!!

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I like this end of the year poem. "You're such a star"

download prints for each year and have your child hold it up on their 1st day of school for that year!

FREE! I have my students fill this out in the beginning of the year. Then when it is time to choose authors for read-aloud books, prizes for Students of the Month, colors for student awards or folders, etc., I look at students' favorites lists. I even take their lists with me when shopping for holiday goodies so I can choose things in their favorite colors. :) Enjoy!

end of the year - cute idea for the boys to give to their classmates. Could put small bubbles, chalk, and/ or other summery non-candy things inside!!

This is a sample of a beautiful end of year letter. This genius of ths letter is its ability to be personlized! Click here to check out how! ($)

Cool Bulletin Board idea to "spotlight" a student or famous person. I would do both. Maybe every week a different actor, playwright, designer, etc to research to extra credit or a weekly report, and every now and then a student, to make them feel special having been up on the same wall as a big name.