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Transportation Clip Chart-Includes: Bus Rider, Car Rider, Walker, and Daycare/Aftercare *Updated Graphics July 2014 Display this student/teacher friendly transportation chart in your classroom so that everyone knows what to do at dismissal time. Simply copy on card stock and laminate for durabil
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PreK - 3rd
Back to School Transportation Badges! Use these cute pre-made badges for your incoming Kindergarteners. These badges help your nervous kiddos get home safely and the right way! When someone sees a little one wearing this they immediately make sure they are on the appropriate mode of transportati
Included are two pdf files that contain 32 Bus Rider Tags, 32 Car Rider Tags and 32 Walker Tags. One pdf file is ready to print and fill out. The other labeled forms can be edited on directly before printing.
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PreK - 2nd
Snoopy themed back to school transportation tags to help student's remember how they are going home at the end of the day. I print these, laminate them and hole punch and make a yarn necklace so the student's can wear them around their neck for the first few weeks. They are completely editable so
Literature Guide for the book by Russell Freedman Includes chapter summary, vocabulary, various comprehension activities, and several post reading activities over the Bus Boycott
These are 3 x 4.5 in. Transportation Tags. Tags includes: 20 Bus Rider 20 Car Rider10 Boy Walkers10 Girl Walkers10 Bikers10 Scooters Print. Laminate. Zip tie to the hooks of your students back packs!Looking for other classroom materials? Look here:Partner Match Up Remember to leave feedback and earn
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PreK - 5th, Staff
This resource consists of six pages of varied activities, specifically related to the book Little Cat and the Big Red Bus by Jane Godwin and Anna Walker.This PDF file contains worksheets that are primarily comprehension and vocabulary based. This enables teachers to provide students with meaningful
Use these colorful cards for the first week of school. 1. Add student and/or teacher ID. 2. Laminate and cut-out. 3. Punch a hole in the center top of the card. 4. Thread a ribbon through the hole to use as a necklace. 5. Students will feel more confident! ALL CARDS ARE EDITABLE!
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PreK - 3rd
This plot graph is presented in landscape view. This worksheet has a staircase pattern that moves from the bottom left to the upper right of the paper. Beginning at the bottom left of the page, students will number each major event in the literary work and write a short description of the event. Lin
Print and display these 3 signs to organize your students. Included:Bus RidersCar RidersWalkers
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PreK - 4th
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The beginning of the school year is very hectic. I have created dismissal tags to make it easier for you and the students. Prior to the first day of school make copies of all dismissal tags, laminate the entire sheet prior to cutting for durability then cut them out. You will probably use these tag
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PreK - 2nd
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These unique tags can be laminated for your entire class at the beginning of the year! Simply cut each sheet once vertically and once horizontally and you will have 4 tags. There is also a space for their lunch numbers. No more clips, stickers, messy markers. These tags are multi-purposed. For add
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PreK - 2nd
I use this to know what form of transportation my students have. I have them write their names in the appropriate spot then I staple it on my bulletin board.
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PreK - 12th
This clip Chart is an easy way to display how your students get home in the afternoon. Print Laminate for durability Attach to super cute ribbon Write students' names on clothes pins and clip to the appropriate card. TA-DA! Needed information at a cute quick glance!
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PreK - 5th
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This product contains three different types of tags for students to wear the first couple weeks of school. This can also be great for new students. Contains: Walker tags,Bus tagsCar tagsPrint, Cut and Lamiate! Thanks, Kelsey
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PreK - 6th
These tags are great... just print them, laminate them and attach them to student backpacks. They have the classroom number, teacher's name and school phone number. This eliminates confusion in the first weeks of school ("Am I a walker?") and can be very useful if children are ever in the wrong pl
This is a note I use in the ACT Binder. I copy a few and place them with the communication log. This is another great parent tool!
See at a glance how all of your morning students arrive or how all of your afternoon students get home with this single-sheet form. Just fill in bus numbers and student names.!
Print these on card stock paper and laminate. Cut out and Velcro on wall. Place clips with students' names to identify how they get home.
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PreK - 5th
Included in this listing are editable transportation tags for bus riders, car riders, afterschool program participants, and daycare riders. UPDATED: This pack now includes a walker tag! These tags are intended for teachers to attach to student backpacks or shirts, or put on yarn or elastic to ensu
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PreK - 2nd
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Erosion Magic School Bus "Rocks and Rolls" Video Response Form This kid-friendly video response form about the break down of rocks and erosion can be used to assess students' knowledge taught in the Magic School Bus "Rocks and Rolls" episode. A summary of the episode states: “To celebrate the
Eliminate Confusion And Simplify Dismissal Time Bright yellow buses provide space to specify bus riders by bus number and time. Green minivans and kids with backpacks indicate parent pickups and walkers.
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K - 3rd
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These cuties can be laminated, punched, marked on with a sharpie(and erased with a dry-erase pen!), then placed in the loop of student backpacks. Just tie a loop of yarn on each tag, slip the loop through the backpack loop, then back through itself! (see http://maggieskindercorner.blogspot.com for
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PreK - 2nd
Eliminate Confusion And Simplify Dismissal Time Bright yellow buses provide space to specify bus riders by bus number and time. Green minivans and kids with backpacks indicate parent pickups and walkers.
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K - 3rd
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