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30 Beginning of the Year Activities, Team Building, Ice Breakers, Get to Know you- including art, vocab, writing, and more!

Beginning of the Year | Back to School Activities Team Building Get to Know You

30 beginning of the year activities, team building, ice breakers.including art, vocabulary, writing and more.

One of TpT's 10 FREE DOWNLOADS! FREE & EDITABLE Procedures Planner & Organizers!

FREE Procedure Planner & Organizer {EDITABLE!}

This file contains both EDITABLE and suggested versions for a procedures planner, procedures checklist, guided discovery checklist, and "looks like, sounds

Love this set up!!

I like the setup of the smaller shelves next to each pod of desks. The small bookshelves has all the supplies that each group might need. It gives the students responsibility over their own spaces.

Divide up White Board with bulletin board borders with magnets on the back | Teaching in Paradise

Redecorating your whiteboard is a snap with these durable magnetic borders! Or. Take regular borders, laminate them, and adhere magnet tape pieces every few inches to brighten up the white board! We finally have white boards to do this on!

Clever way to make signs stand up! Teachers... we have billions of these clips! One of those simple solutions ... hello - why ... pinned with Pinvolve - pinvolve.co

Decorative Classroom Signs using jumbo size binder clips as stands. Great idea to use for student name tags above the kids artwork as the artist label

I love the desk arrangement in this classroom. Open group concept. Student desks are in groups, but all face the smart/white/chalk | | http://desklayoutideas.blogspot.com

Great example of an open group desk arrangement. Student desks are in groups, but all face the smart/white/chalk board. This arrangement facilities a great environment for establishing good student-student relationships.