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Use this at the beginning of the year to get to know your students. More engaging than regular worksheets with lists of questions.

Use this at the beginning of the year to get to know your students. Way more fun than a regular worksheet with a list of questions. * I will keep this, in case I ever teach older students.

Wish I had thought of this...Duh! Procedures Power Point for beginning / start of year - This keeps the teacher on track when going over all the procedures with the kiddos! You don’t have to do them all in one day, it’s just a solid guide. Get it FREE from this blog!

Wish I had thought of this. Procedures Power Point for beginning / start of year - This keeps the teacher on track when going over all the procedures with the kiddos! You don’t have to do them all in one day, it’s just a solid guide.

Middle School Me Newspaper folder project for goal-setting, student-led conferences or portfolios.  I used these with my homeroom and the kids loved them!  $2.00

Student-led Conference Activity for Middle School

Letter to parents to help them prepare their children for standardized testing.

Gearing up for Standardized Testing (freebies)

Down Under Teacher: freebie

Down Under Teacher: Freebies-- Get to Know You Activity for back to school.

Facebook All About Me Back to School Activity  from MskcPotters Magical Shop on TeachersNotebook.com -  (1 page)  - Facebook All About Me

Each year I have the students fill out an "All About Me" type activity in the first week of school. I save them for the entire year and display t.

End of the day questions, have your kids keep them in a jar and get them to answer all of them.

End of the Day Jar- Questions Cards or could be used as Exit Ticket questions at the end of the day.

FREE! I have my students fill this out in the beginning of the year. Then when it is time to choose authors for read-aloud books, prizes for Students of the Month, colors for student awards or folders, etc., I look at students' favorites lists. I even take their lists with me when shopping for holiday goodies so I can choose things in their favorite colors. :) Enjoy!

Have students fill this out in the beginning of the year. Then when it is time to choose authors for read-aloud books, prizes for Students of the Month, colors for student awards or folders, etc., Look at students' favorites list!

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