The beginning of the new school year is the perfect time to use these ice breakers and community building activities. Start off the year in a fun positive way reviewing these common courtesy rules. The file can be used as NO PREP, or you can laminate and use them over and over again.
Included in this EASY TO USE
Single Page NO PREP Activities
Count it Down – 5 things I want to learn, etc.
Around the Room – familiarize yourself with the classroom
Back to School Bingo – let’s learn each other’s name
What Do Our Names Say? Use the letters in names to form words
Who Am I Quilt
Students write clues about themselves on post-it notes. The notes are arranged on a template (included) to resemble a quilt. The clues are read and the class guesses who it is.
Hide the Scavenger Hunt Cards around the room. As the students find the cards they record what was found in that location. Great way to help the students become familiar with the classroom.
What Would You Do?
Students review difficult situations and respond with how they would solve the problem.
, Positive Consequences
Would things run smoother in the classroom if everyone was considerate and followed the rules? Students respond with what they think would happen if everyone considered their actions.
The Answer is No
, Understanding Why
Students explain why the rule is in place.
~~~~Super easy for the teacher, fun and engaging for the kiddos.~~~~
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