This is perfect to include in your end of year activities to keep students actively engaged before summer!
My “Less Mess” Interactive Notebook Activities allow for two simple steps: cut around the border and glue it in. That’s it! They are perfect for teachers who may have their students for just one short period per day but still need to cover study skills. However, if you are a big fan of the “folds and flaps” that usually come with interactive notebooks, this resource can be a nice supplement to add to what you already have or to use on days when you may have less time.
The pages are designed so that they will work in spiral notebooks, composition books, three hole binders, or as individual activity pages if you are not yet fully ready to commit to interactive notebooks in your classroom.
★Please note: This resource is also included in my "Less Mess" Summer/End of Year Interactive Notebook Activities Bundle at a highly discounted rate.
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These posters work well at any point of the school year. They would be great at the beginning of the year as a goal setting activity. Students could set goals that would help them to graduate from the current school year (completing homework, studying for tests, etc.)
These posters would also work well at the end of the school year. Students could set goals for the following school year OR for their futures (involving college, their future careers, their future families, etc.)
Each student would write his/her goals in the speech bubbles and then color the boy/girl. There is also a page with just speech bubbles in case you’d like to have students draw themselves (or to provide students with a choice between using the printed students or drawing themselves).
The set includes two boy posters, two girl posters, and one poster with just speech bubbles.
Have fun thinking of other ways to use these posters in your classroom!
Please view the thumbnails to see sample posters.