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Read alouds for character traits... Any book w/a strong character can be used for teaching traits but here are a few books/authors for character study.

You're Finally Here! by Melanie Watt, author of Scaredy Squirrel, is such a perfect book for the first day of school! Visit this post to see all the fun ways I used this book for our whole first week of school! (I had this little teaser on my hallway bulletin board for meet the teacher night!)

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Give students the answer and ask them to create the question / problem. Could do this with literature.

Collaborative post it art...could do this for when the kiddos are done are a little early, keep it going all year

A cooperative activity that promotes including everyone. Lots of modeling & discussion would make this great for building community.

Password to enter the room: letter, shape, number, sight word, names Could also have a password journal where the kids write it each day

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Our First Day! I wanted to extend on their summer plans and incorporate our school theme of superheroes for an activity that I could display in the hallway. So, I called on all of my uber-talented teacher friends... and Deanna Jump came to my rescue! She made this cutie patootie superhero craft that was perfect for today! Here the link: www.teacherspayte...

Start ten frames at beginning of year. Add a sticker for each day you're in school.

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Exploring Affixes: Write the affix down. Give an example of a basic word with that affix. Eg. DIS - Dislike. As a class, figure out what it may mean and write down the definition. Students brainstorm examples of other words with those affixes and use dictionaries to see if there is a common meaning for the affix.

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Classroom Activities before a field trip to the Zoo! Nice templates for art work or journaling. I want to use as doodling/ zentangle

Class stationary! Give each kid a post-it to draw their portrait and then make copies. My kids love writing letters!! Love this!

Use old Scholastic book order forms to sort books: Fiction/Nonfiction or To Entertain/To Inform, etc.... What a brilliant idea!

This is a great strategy for increasing engagement in your students and for using higher order thinking skills, whether you teach Kindergarten or grade twelve