Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

What do you want to be when you grow up? Another pinner says "This was a very FUN project that i did for a friend's school. They auctioned these off for their school fundraising event. I photographed each child in the 3 kindergarten classes and then asked them what they wanted to be when they grew up. Some of the answers were hilarious and imaginative. Then, with a little photoshop magic..."

*I like this for 6th grade in the middle school too. It would be a nice thing to send home to the parents when they are probably very nervous about their children's first day.* First Grade School Box: Happy First Day of School photo "booth" for students! Use velcro for 1st so you can change it to 100th or last too!

All About Me Poster Freebie...have them do at the beginning and end of each school year! Yup! Oh My!!! I remember my kids doing these same posters when they were in elementary. I think I still have them,

Used this instead of class rules. The promise was of course shorter for my little ones but they loved making their own faces to go around it!

Heidi Songsfrom Heidi Songs

Getting Control of a VERY DIFFICULT CLASS

These free tips/reminders are fabulous for keeping the classroom calm as the warm weather approaches!

Mrs. Wills Kindergartenfrom Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

Getting Ready! #Create2Educate

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.....

Wish I had thought of this... could do this for Art but instead have one student/per grade level write a sentence or phrase about what was learned during that project. Display in hall or on large wall in room

Classroom rules changed into quotes... (In this Classroom, I FOCUS) By Mrs. Harris Teaches Science

Jeopardy generator that can be used with SmartBoard or projected from a computer. I like how this one keeps the score on the side!

First Day of Kindergarten lesson plan-going to try some of these for my pre-k class to get them ready for school next year.