Keys for a Good Education is a fun hands-on bulletin board template. Great for Back to School, American Education Week, or conference weeks. Use to practice listing sentences. I usually do it after a lesson about putting your best foot forward during the school year. We usually brainstorm a list first together (example - read every night, doing your homework, studying, asking for help...) Then students will finish the sentence with 3 of their own choices. We talk about using commas and listing sentences. If you have a small picture of the student, it can be included on the template too. A bulletin board sheet titled Keys to a Good Education is also included. Great for teachers during ELA, morning meetings, or as a fun way to end the week, or for guidance counselors' lessons on study skills. After Key template is printed out, you could enlarge it (8.5x14 or 11x17) if you have this option on your school copier.