Use this to help supplement your word wall words. Help your students keep their writing organized while they practice their Sight Words, Spelling Words, or Word Wall Words. Word Wall Work pdf
Use this Back to School Word search as a great beginning of the year or first day of school activity. This activity includes a word bank and will work for grades 2 and above.
Here is a printable that can be used in your classroom to help get to know each student and begin building your classroom community. The All About Me includes a spot for pictures to be
This Get to Know Activity is a great activity for the beginning of the year. It helps your students get to know each other. Students have fun while getting each other’s signatures. It helps “break
Level: K and Up Students can be seated in a circle or at their desks. One player is chosen to be the “guesser”. This player will leave the room for a minute while another player
Level: Grade 3 and Up Procedures: Choose a student to be the leader. The leader then leaves the room. The rest of the group is told about a secret object that is visible. The leader
Level: Grades 3 and Up Equipment: None Students are seated in a circle or at their desks. The object of the game is to say “buzz” anytime the number seven comes up. The players will
Level: Grade K and Up Equipment: None Procedures: Teacher will go through the alphabet starting with A. When a student sees something in the room that starts the letter A they will raise their hand
Level: Kindergarten and Up Equipment: None Procedures: Choose one student to leave the room and change something about themselves: For example. Take off a necklace, untie a shoe, take one sock off, etc. Then they
Level: Grade 1 and Up Equipment: None Procedures: Have a Spelling Bee by choosing seven students to come up to the front of the class. Use words that you have used in spelling tests earlier
Level: K and Up Equipment: Desks Procedures: Have students seated in desks. Choose seven students to come up to the front of the class. The rest of the class puts their heads down with their
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