this product does not print transparent. It does print with a grey tint. Due to the lining on the cactus I am unable to make it 100% transparent. It does include different shades on the cactus to get you as close as possible to a transparent print.
I print these on white paper and then had the student color the cactus green.
I am working on a total transparent document. I will send an update when I create it.
I have been trying to meet everyones need and updating as I go. As of now the document has 4 different colored cactus. And one set of cactus with printed headlines. I used the very first version, and again had the students color it. Printing on colored paper may, or won't work with this document.
Use this back-to-school activity to get to know your students. This beginning of the year activity and questionnaire will help you plan class parties and class activities. Pennants make nice wall or bulletin board displays.
3 different versions: a long cactus, a round cactus, and a cactus with arms
6 flower questions: 6 per pack and 6 different questions.
Includes the following sections:
• A Picture of Me
• My name is ___________
• My birthday is ____________
• I am _______ years old
• My favorites
o Color: __________
o Food: __________
o Season: __________
o Hobby: __________
o Subject: __________
o Place: __________
• Two little known facts about me
• My goal for this school year.
Question Flowers include the following:
When I group up I want to be…
My favorite book to read is…..
My favorite music is….
My favorite holiday is….
My favorite song is….
My favorite show is…
1) Print out Flag Banner Page (1 per child).
2) Complete Flag by printing or coloring on it.
3) Cut out Flag.
4) Punch holes on the top.
5) Attach flags together on string/ribbon to form
To give these “About Me” cactus templates a pop of color, I decided to include cactus flower cut outs. These cut outs have premade questions typed on them. An editable version will be available for you to type your own questions onto the flowers. First, I printed out a copy of each question sheet and then cut the six flowers into squares. Next, I mixed all the pre cut flowers into a bucket and allowed each student to pick up to three flowers. Then, my students answered the question and colored their flowers. Finally, my students cut around the outline of the flower and glued the flower onto their “About Me” cactus