This mega power pack (a 36% discount over buying a la carte) includes hall passes, punch cards and syllabi, along with rules & regs posters, all of which can be customized to meet your needs. Why reinvent the wheel?
1. Brochure Syllabus
- This publisher file is a syllabus (Grade 10 English) formatted as a brochure. Includes dates, units, essential questions. Can be modified for other classes easily.
2. Course Syllabus (English 10)
- This document is a 3 page English 10 course syllabus. Includes classroom policies, rules, contact information, etc. Can be easily modified for another class.
3. Student & Parent Information & Signature Sheet
- We all collect the same information at the beginning of each school year. Here is a simple form to do just that. Attach to your syllabus or course information sheets and hand out on the first day.
4. Video Permission Form
- This form lists all the videos to be viewed during a course, along with their ratings, a rationale for their use and any major assignment done in conjunction with the video. Currently written for 9th grade English, but can easily be modified for other courses.
5. Video Permission Form- General
- This is a general video permission form that can be easily modified for any class. Includes explanation, opt-out option and parent signature line. Two forms per sheet.
6. Parent Night Sign-In Sheet
- Keep track of the parents and students you see at Open House, Back to School Night, Parents' Night, etc. This simple sign-in sheet makes record-keeping a cinch!
7. BYOD Rules & Regulations Poster
- This poster is a one page reference for students to know what they can and cannot do with your school's BYOD program. Includes rules and discipline procedures. Fully customizable.
8. Classroom Allergies Warning Sign
- This sign is a simple way to post what foods students in your classes are allergic to so everyone knows not to bring them in to your room, while keeping the specific students anonymous. Pictures and text make it easily understandable and recognizable to all ages.
9. Human Bingo Icebreaker
- This is a great icebreaker activity for the first days of school. Students go around the room meeting their new classmates and teacher. When someone meets the requirements of one of the boxes on the bingo sheet, they write their name in the box. When a student gets a BINGO! they get a prize- candy, bonus points, etc.
10. Hall or Lunch Passes
- These passes are great for lunch detention, FLEX or flexible lunch schedules, etc. Passes can be modified to change name and school paw logo. Passes include spaces for student name, date, time, destination, purpose (class work, club meeting, other), and teacher signature. 3 passes per sheet.
11. Hall Passes
- Simplify sending students to the restroom, office, etc. No more sticky notes! These passes have spaces for student name, destination, time, date and teacher signature. 10 passes per sheet.
12. Semester Goal Contract
- As teachers, we all know that students need to buy in to their own success. This contract will help keep students on track. They set a goal at the beginning of the semester or year, and track their own progress through each marking period.
13. Participation Points
- This handout outlines the rules for daily participation points- how to earn them and how they can be lost. This is a great strategy for keeping kids on track.
14. Homework Punch Cards
- These punch cards are a great way to motivate students to do their homework! Students get a punch each time they fully complete a homework assignment. When they hit 10, they can turn the card in for a prize or reward- candy, free homework pass, etc. Can easily be modified for use with something other than homework. 10 cards per sheet. Works best when printed on cardstock.
15. I Forgot My Homework Lunch Detention Passes
- This cute Simpsons inspired passes are great for assigning lunch detention to students who forget to do their homework. Just fill in your classroom number, date and time, then sign and copy!
16. End of Year Course Review
- Want to know how your kids felt about the semester? Give them this end of course review. Questions include their opinions on most/least favorite readings, most/least enjoyable units of study, most/least favorite essay topics, most/least favorite projects, what you would and would not change about the class. All questions require explanation. This was originally written as part of an English final exam, but can easily be used on its own and quickly modified to fit any subject.
**As always, if you have any questions about this product, please feel free to contact me :)