They will practice school tool rules and even create a mini book on how not to treat a book (they love doing the interactive activities!)
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Coloring pages are a fun way to break the ice and something fun to do during arrivals.
Page 4-5: Back to School Coloring Pages
These are great “getting to know you” activities.
Page 6: School-agory Challenge (Individual)
Page 7: Classmate Scavenger Hunt (Group)
Page 8: Classmate Minute Dash (Partner)
Page 9: Who is Who? (Partner)
The following pages are a good segue to talk about rules at school.
Page 10: Class Rules Illustration (Individual)
Page 11: Look at me following the rules! (individual)
Page 12: School Rule or House Rule (Individual)
Page 13: School Tools Cut & Paste
The following pages are an excellent way for students to practice using school tools. You will be talking about how to use books, glue, glue sticks, scissors, markers, iPad, tape, and a stapler.
Page 14-18: How we treat books (questions & interactive mini book)
Page 19: Glue
Page 20: Glue Stick & Scissors
Page 21: Markers
Page 22: iPad rules & contract
Page 23: Tape
Page 24: Stapler
The next couple pages will help students practice and see what work is expected to look like. You can print out 2 sets for yourself and create the “best” and “worst” coloring and handwriting. You can discuss what makes neat coloring and handwriting then have the children work on creating their best work. It is also a good assessment.
Page 25: Coloring
Page 26-27: Handwriting
The word wall will be a great reference for school related vocabulary. There are many activities included for the word wall.
Page 40: Behavior Expectations
Page 41: I am Special name worksheet
Page 42: All About Me Puzzle