Do you Desk-or-Treat? Try this fun Trick-or-Treat style activity in your classroom. The students have lots of fun with it!
Although this is an activity that has been around for a while, I put together a letter and patterns for a friend. I thought I would share them with you!
Included in this pack:
Purchase a bag of wrapped candies, erasers, or other small treats. Attach one to a Tidy Desk Card, Tidy Table Card, or Tidy Cubby Card and reward students who help keep the class clean!.Over the years, I've moved away from having desks so I like to use Tidy Cards for their clean cubbies or caddies.
Testing season is upon us! Help motivate + inspire your students with these simple treats that can be left on their desks! Whether your students take the STAAR or PARCC, or any other assessment, they will know that you are thinking of them and believe in them!The printable tags will keep you afloat
Use these clean desk fairy notes to reward students for clean desks! It is a great incentive for students to keep their belongings neat and tidy.Your students will love to enter the classroom to discover these bright notes on their desks!Product Includes:Clean Desk Fairy NoteClean Desk Turkey NoteCl
Halloween Creative Thinking Literacy PackThis packet of 20 creative thinking and writing Halloween activities is FUN, differentiated and engaging for all students. Perfect for Halloween centers, Halloween morning work, early finishers or Halloween creative writing. Also available for Google Slide
Go back to school with this fun digital challenge. This room transformation escape room can build your students motivation for learning about habitats in science as they earn postcards from my PaPa. Four challenges share information about the ocean and the animals that live there. Just print the
This is a reward tag for students who keep their desks clean. Print them out on cardstock or regular paper, laminate them (if you wish), and cut them out! There is a little circle where you punch a hole to put them on a ball chain.You could also tie them to a pencil or other small treat as a reward.
Use this motivational note for students on the day of standardized testing!
Print and leave on students' desks along with M&M's, Skittles or any other colorful gift!
Tags that say, "Show off your colorful knowledge today!" with variety of background colors. See video preview
This cute little Easter Bunny Rabbit Treat Bag is perfect for your students to make and put on their desk ready for an Easter surprise or to collect eggs on an Easter Egg Hunt! Simply print the one page bag template and have students color, fold, glue and assemble. It is easily make with simple clas
DESK GRAMS and LUNCHBOX NOTES Ready to Print and Use PLUS Editable CardsFill everyday with a smile. These handy cards have hundreds of uses from desk grams to lunch box notes, from pillow messages and pocket notes to breakfast hellos. No matter where you place them…when they are found they are sure
Testing season is upon us! Help motivate + inspire your students with these simple treats that can be left on their desks! Whether your students take the STAAR or PARCC, or any other assessment, they will know that you are thinking of them and believe in them!
The printable tag will keep you afloat
This resource includes ideas for encouraging students throughout testing. It includes 3 letters templates that the students can receive throughout testing. It also includes 5 gift tags for treats students can have on their desks the mornings before testing…or any time! Tags:SmartiesFruit SnacksMini
Enjoy this free treat for your math class.
HOW TO USE:
- Print your choice of desk doodle – 1 for each desk/table space. (A few options are included for different courses / grade levels.)
- Laminate or wrap in page protectors that are dry-erase marker friendly!
- Stick onto desks or tables. Any
Looking for a way to mail your students something for the beginning of the year? Or is your district in person and you want to have a treat on their desk for back to school? This treat tag is so cute on a magic growing creature water toy, a pack of seeds or anything else you can see grow! Did yo
ZAP! is a fun and engaging way to have students practice any kind of skill from adding and subtracting to identifying fact and opinion statements. This ZAP! game requires students to practice identifying prepositional phrases in trick-or-treat themed sentences.
Medium to large empty Prin
Looking for a way to mail your students something for the beginning of the year? Or is your district in person and you want to have a treat on their desk for back to school? This treat tag is so cute on a pack wikki sticks, sheet of stickers, pixie sticks, or anything "sticky"! Did you know you c
This listing is for TWO Classroom Egg Hunt and Easter Printable Easter Bunny Notes! Use to set out with a fun treat like Easter candy, plastic eggs, or anything else from your silly classroom Easter Bunny! Have a classroom egg hunt! Or put on desks with a little festive treat! These notes are a JPG
Comparing numbers at any grade is always great practice! This deck is a fun, Trick or Treat/Halloween theme way for students to practice comparing numbers. The tasks on the card include comparing sets and comparing numbers. The audio will tell the students to click either the greater number or less
Social Stories are beneficial for helping children with an autism spectrum disorder be able to learn how to deal with a particular challenge. This story is helps review how to go trick or treating and what the safety rules are. It would be great to use in class or in a speech therapy session. I wo
Build your students motivation for learning about habitats in science as they earn postcards from PaPa. Let your students complete four challenges that share information about the desert and the animals that live there. Just print the paper clues and puzzles. A video on YouTube will guide your cl
Kids LOVE to be caught being good!
The Desk Fairy is a great way to positively reinforce student organization and tidiness, as well as motivate your class to keep clean areas.
Directions: Leave a Note from the Desk Fairy on neat and clean student desks/areas after they have left for the day, befo
Give each student a surprise on Meet the Teacher Night! Attach a Ring Pop to each card and have them on desks or in a basket by the door. It says: "I'm so happy you POPped in!The kids will leave with a little extra excitement.
Surprise your "neatest" students with these fun little notes from the classroom JUNGLE SPIES. If you like the DESK FAIRY idea, you will love the Jungle spies! My classroom has a jungle theme, so I make up some catchy little poems to leave for my students. Each note talks about a little treat. A
These notes are a great incentive to reward students who keep their desks neat and tidy! Simply print and leave with a little treat (I like to use smarties or a piece of gum).
I've included both color and B&W versions of these notes.
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