Level: Grade 3 and Up Equipment: A small or medium sized ball Procedures: Students scatter themselves around the room. There is no talking during this game. The students will throw the ball to each other.
Here is a great way to get to know your students better, for your class to get to know each other better, and a way to build student’s confidence. Have a Star Student bulletin board.
Level: Age 3- Kindergarten Procedures: 1) Seat students in a circle. 2) Teacher starts song “Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar?” (Student’s name) stole the cookies from the cookie jar! Student says: “Who
Level: K-2 Equipment: None This game is a variation of Simon Says. When the leader says “Do This” students must do what she does. If he or she says “Do That” they are not to
Level: Grade 3 and Up Equipment: None Students will go through the alphabet but must come up with a city or state that begins with their letter. For example, First Student: Alabama Second Student: Birmingham
Level: Grade 3 and Up Equipment: Paper and pencils Procedures: Have students draw mazes and trade with a partner.
Level: K and Up Equipment: None Procedures: Students sit in a circle: Choose one person to start. This person will whisper a phrase into the ear of the person to their left. For example: Silly
Level: Grade 2 and Up Equipment: Whiteboard or chalkboard, markers or chalk Procedures: Write the numbers 1-10 on the board. You must choose a word and write spaces for each letter of the word on
Level: Age 4 and Up Equipment: None Procedures: The teacher starts by saying “I spy with my little eye…” and then describes something she sees by giving a clue. Students are then allowed to guess
Level: Grade 2 and up Objective: Students will write resolutions using their name as an acronym. Equipment: Paper, pencils, crayons or colored pencils Procedures: 1) Students will make New Years resolutions using the letters of
Use this template for a class checklist to help keep organized. Keep one sheet for each subject or a sheet per week. Here is a template for your grades to be kept or it can
We have attached month-by-month Spelling or Word Work activities that can go with any Spelling list. Help add some excitement to your student’s word work or Spelling. These templates can be used with any word
Here is a template for students to use to help them with multi-step problems. Multi-step problems are often challenging for students and this gives them an opportunity to organize their work and be more successful.
Here is a list of calming techniques that can be used with students who struggle with regaining emotional control or just need a break to calm down. This works great with students who show emotional
Here is the 5 Point Scale. This can be used for students to show how they are feeling. This is useful for students who struggle with expressing their emotions or talking about their feelings. This
This is a great form that can be used in the beginning of the year. It helps you get to know your students and gives parents a chance to let you know about their child.
Here is a printable for students to take Spelling tests on. It can be cut in half to save on paper. Suitable for second grade, third grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. Download Our 20