Tips and tricks for helping children succeed during journal writing. Use these steps after having your child draw a picture to reinforce and improve their spelling and writing abilities.
Browse through an assortment of cartoon-style pictures. Learning Center symbols, labels, and generic school pictures are included.
Use these as a reward for good behavior!
Use this survey in the beginning of the year to find out more about your students and their interests!
This letter introduces students to your class. Use the blank lines to give details about some new concepts that students will be learning, as well as space for you to identify items they may bring to class.
Use these class lists to keep track of attendance, assignments, or participation!
This schedule lets you display when your class has Music, P.E., Library, Art, and Computer. It also has a blank space at the bottom if you want to add to the schedule, as well as a few lines to list students that have additional activities (ex: speech, band, chorus, etc.).
Organize all the important information for your class on one sheet! Details for each student include their birthday and parent's name, home phone number, and work number.
These cards are a great way to organize your students' personal information.
Use this sheet to organize your students' different transportation. If transportation varies, make a separate list for each day of the week. 12 lines for Walkers, 16 lines for Car Riders, 6 lines for Other, and 12 lines for Bus Riders. (Note: If additional lines are needed for Bus Riders, list can continue under "Other.")
Reproducible monthly calendars for the entire year. Download individual months or the entire year.
Use this reproducible card to say "Happy Halloween" to your students.
Use this card to wish each of your students a Happy Thanksgiving!
This card has a bear dressed for winter with hot chocolate and a message for your students to have a Happy Holiday!
Wish your students a Happy New Year with this card.
This is a cute reproducible card that allows the teacher to fill in a birthday wish for the student.
A reproducible Valentine's Day card to give to your students.
New Year's Day
Martin Luther King Day
Chinese New Year
100th Day of School
Read Across America Day (Dr. Seuss)
St. Patrick's Day
Health & Wellness
Age / Grade
PreK / Preschool
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