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    Beginning of the school year pencils!

  • Racheal Flanegin

    BACK TO SCHOOL STUDENT GIFT IDEA: Kids love pencils...especially decorative ones. This is an easy idea that could be used to welcome them to the new year. :) pinned by Jodi from The Clutter-Free Classroom www.CFClassroom.com

  • Celena Compean

    Back to School gift for students - Super cute ideas!

  • Roberta Watkins

    Collaboration Cuties: Favorite Pins Friday- Back to School Ideas for Gifts

  • Aimee Barr

    Beginning of the year pencil flag! @Kim Comeau cute beginning of school gift

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Use this for the end AND beginning of the year!

  • Skye Clifford!

    Thats a good idea iw ill have to use it when i become a teacher that sounds fun!!

  • Tina Francisco

    or i can get a small rectangular planter to make something similar to this.. want to try this now…

Slinky Character Trait Person - FREEBIE. Students could use this to write and share about themselves.

Great "Getting To Know You" Activity for Back to School! FREEBIE!

FUN, Interactive, and a great Keepsake for your parents. Have your students create a T-H-I-R-D Grade Flip-Flap Writing Keepsake on the First Day of School and the Last Day of School. Parents will cherish it for years to come!$

First day project: Friend Tree. Everyone puts their thumb print on the tree then teacher later frames it and hangs it as a reminder that we are all friends.

Start of the year activity and then do what do you think a teacher wants in a student. Gives everyone an idea of expectations.

Have you ever had a Classroom Time Capsule?

How cute would these be at a Meet the Teacher night? You could even do the pre-packaged version with a sticker around the bag!

Beginning of Year: First Day of School Activity *Save in file, hand back last day of school and make a new one for the next grade.

I am so making this to put on my students desks for the first day of school.

Have your class tell you some things they will miss about summer and things they are looking forward to school. Good conversations to be had!