As I set up my classroom at the start of the year, I like to have signs and mark certain features to make it easy for students to learn and follow classroom procedures, rituals and routines. Additionally, I take some time during one of the first few days of school to give students an 'orientation' or a 'tour' of the classroom. To make this more interactive, I have students go on a scavenger hunt, find each of the numbered items, and then infer why it is important.
This FULLY EDITABLE PowerPoint file includes signs for
Classroom scavenger hunt activity
Work with no name
Teacher afterschool schedule
Early finishing choice board.
It also includes teachers directions and an example for the classroom scavenger hunt.
This is also available as part of the Back to School Classroom Organization Pack
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