End of Year for Letter to Students from Teacher ( freebie )

End of Year for Students

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Goodbye gift to students at the end of the school year. Smarties, Jolly Ranchers, bouncy balls

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This is a great way to greet the students on the first day. The teacher gives each student a Meet the Teacher page and a goodie bag. There is also a student info sheet on each desk. This could be a great first assignment for students to begin working on as soon as they enter the room.

Student Information Sheets

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Fieldcrest - Grade Eight: Own Your Learning Student check-in before saying "I'm done"

Fieldcrest - Grade Eight: Own Your Learning

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Great idea for end of school treats for students. Copy, cut, and fill.

Store: Lori-Flaglor - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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Chevron Motivational Posters. Use to decorate your bulletin board or walls. Each posters has a motivational saying to encourage your students to always do their best. $

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Bucket fillers: FREE How to be a Good Friend posters. Great for bucket filling activities and discussion.

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HoJos Teaching Adventures: End of Year Wordle Gift for Students

HoJos Teaching Adventures: End of Year Wordle Gift for Students

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End of School Year Treat Summer is bursting with fun starburst

Summertime: 'Bursting' with Fun!

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the teacher wife: End-of-the-Year Gifts! {For Students & Parents} also, could do with orange candy and say 'orange u glad its summer'

the teacher wife: End-of-the-Year Gifts! {For Students & Parents}

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Heidi Songs How I Taught My Kindergartners 125 Sight Words Again Song

"How I Taught My Kindergartners 125 Sight Words"

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Cute and inexpensive gift idea for parent helpers OR you could change the last sentence to make it fittting for friends, neighbors, etc... that have come to your "rescue."

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Teachers—Love this one: Have parents write their address on an envelope at Open House. Then, send a positive note home for each student

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The kids write compliments to the student of the week

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Organizing your classroom!

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You write students' names on jumbo craft sticks and keep them in a can.  Color one end of the stick green and one end red.  After they have had a turn put the green end down and the red end up.  When all the sticks are red on top you can flip them over and start again.

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awesome idea - a class list with each students picture. Perfect for a sub binder. Perfect for volunteer also!!!

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Substitute Teacher Report Form-- good idea to leave for teacher

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Positive Notes Home

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U-Shaped Desk Arrangement...this would be PERFECT in my room. There are a bunch of tips on how to use this arrangement for large group, small groups, reading groups, etc!

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Kindergarten class photo collage. Kids all decided what they want to be when they grow up and then photograhed. Images were used to create a collage style class photo. Theme inspired by Christine Kay Photography. #classphoto #schoolphoto #kindergarten #photocollage #photography #collage #school #jo'sphotomojo

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Classroom Freebies Too: Updated Volunteer Form

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Alphabet book made with magazine clippings.

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Architecture of a 10-min Mini-Lesson: 1. Connection 2. Teaching point-the strategy you're teaching: Address students as Scientists, mathematicians, Authors, etc. 3. Active Engagement: (getting kids to actively try it out before they leave the rug). No group sharing, only partner sharing. 4. Link: (before heading back to their seats) "I'm going to remind you what I just taught you....here are the goals for writing today...this is what I taught you....and...this is what I expect of you....

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Greeting Students to Increase Engagement

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