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This resource has enough back to school activities to last you at least a week. I have bundled the Let's Get Meet the Parents Ready, First Day Activities with the Gingerbread Man, the Back to School Unit, Letter of the Week Cards, Build My Name and Star of the Week. All of the resources in this bundle total to $24 when purchased separately. This bundle allows you to SAVE $$. :)

Enjoy over 700 pages of resources and some which go beyond the first week of school.
*NOTE: These files are compressed into a zip file. Most of these files are in PowerPoint to allow you to edit to meet the different needs of the children in your classroom.

The Back to School Unit offers great activities for Language Arts, Math and Reading. You will find activities that address skills in learning names, addition, subtraction, counting, letters, sounds, reading, getting to know classmates, learning about rules, syllables, sentences, writing, patterns and missing letters.

This pack includes:
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Name Tree
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Coconut Math
(addition &subtraction)
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Ten Frame
Counting Coconuts 1-10
Alphabet Books (2)
Letter Sound Sort
All About Me Writing Maps
Find A Friend Who… Questionnaire
Our Class Book of Names (2) - Editable, allowing you to insert names
The Monster Who Came to School Activities- BEST SELLER!!!
How We Get Home Graphing
Back to School Stamping
I See Reader- Back to School Edition
Back to School Sentence Scramble
I Can Reader- Back to School Edition
Back to School Syllable Sort
Letters on the Bus Go Round & Round
School Patterns Math Art
Few the preview and details here.

I find this unit perfect for a kindergarten and first grade classroom.
The skills in this unit meets the Common Core Standards.

Help reinforce the letter of the week or day by using the Letter of the Week Cards Letter of the Week Picture Cards and providing a Word Tree for students to refer to when referring to words that begin with the letter of the week and Write the Room activities. For the best results print on cardstock & laminate. There are 8 cards for each letter, with the exception of q, u, y, & z. I made my word tree from bulletin board paper. View all the details here.

No longer stress about Meet the Teacher Night/Open House at the beginning on the year. Let me help you get meet the parent ready with the Let's Get Meet the Parents Ready resource that has everything you need for meet the teacher night/open house.

Q: What if there is something that I need for meet the teacher night & it is not included in this resource?
A: Just let me know and I will be happy to create it & add it for you. :)

In this resource you will find:
* Editable Welcome flip book that allows you to provide parents will all the information they need for a successful school year. (black & white). Just click on the text, delete my class information & add your own. There are arrows & instructions on the side of each page of the welcome flip book to help you along the way. This welcome flip book was created to print double-sided front/back. All you have to do is all your class information, print, fold & staple.
* Sign In Sheet (black & white)
* Editable Student Info Sheet (black & white)- Use this one sheet (double-sided) to get all your student's information and get give of the hassle of parents filling out more than 1 form when they come for meet the teacher night/open house.
* Class Wish List Posters (color- variety)- Are there extra classroom items that you could use for your classroom that are not listed on the school supply list? I provide you with a variety of class wish lists that you can post near your classroom door for parents to have easy access to. If there is a specific color that you would like to match your classroom decor that is not included just let me know & I can create it for you.
* School Supply Posters (color- variety)- Make putting school supplies away easy by having labels on bins for students or parents to put their school supplies in.
* School Supply Labels (color-variety)
* Editable Sign In Posters (color- variety, black & white)
* Editable Welcome Note for students (color- variety, black & white)
View all the details here.

Looking for some first day of school activities that will allow your students to explore, build friendships and make memories? The First Day Activities with the Gingerbread Man will allow your students to explore the school during their hunt for the Gingerbread Man, build friendships as students search together, and get to know some of the staff while on their search. Students will go home after their first day of school eager to tell their parents all about the fun they had and excited to come back to school the next day without being scared. Students also enjoy baking gingerbread man cookies, decorating a gingerbread man craft, reading their gingerbread man reader, creating a gingerbread man classroom and creating a gingerbread man hat.

This file includes:
editable newsletter
related reads
gingerbread man cookie recipe
gingerbread man hunt letter
gingerbread man hunt clues
gingerbread man craft
Run Gingerbread Man, Run Reader
Run, Run Gingerbread Man Class Book
Gingerbread Man Hat
View all the details here.

The Build My Name Activity is one that I do with my class at the beginning of the year to help my students work on being able to create & write their name. Students can build and write their names. There are 4 girl options and 4 boy options to choose from. There are name building pages for names with 2-8 letters in the name. Simply edit each page as needed by deleting the letters provided in the letter tiles and typing your student’s name. There is a directions poster to display for students.
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The Star of the Week is a great resource to incorporate into your classroom. After reading The Day the Monster Came to School I introduce the All About Me poster to the class. I explain to the class that each week I will choose a student to be the star of the week for the following week. You can choose to pick students alphabetically, based on their behavior or based on their friendship skills. I send the student home with a Star of the Week note, All About Me poster, & a face for the student to color. I display the student’s poster on the board for the week and on Friday the student tells the class about their poster and reads their favorite book to the class. Since my students are in kindergarten I usually read their book to the class for them. One year I had the student’s parent or older sibling (if in the same school) come read their book to the class.
View all of the details here.

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