This writing prompt is designed to be used as an icebreaker game for the first day of school. You can also use these get to know you posters as part of an "All About Me" back to school bulletin board. This template is geared for first grade, second grade and third grade.
Students write 1-4 clues about themselves on the top portion of the paper. Then they either paste a photo or draw a picture of themselves under the mystery cover. Then their classmates read the clues to guess their identity. Once they have made a guess they open the flap to reveal the picture.
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