**See this resource in action in my classroom here.**
Back to School Night or Open House, is the first time we meet students and their families. With so much going on, it’s important to be organized, so families know what to do. Having a clear Open-House Game Plan leaves you, the teacher, available to greet your new class and make everyone feel welcome.
Wanting students and families to become familiar with our learning space, I place ‘Scavenger Hunt’ signs around the room (email lists, supply drop-off, volunteer sign-ups, etc.). To keep it simple, I stand each sign-up with clothes pins – easy peasy!
In this resource, you’ll find
*10 Editable Open House Signs
(available in black/white, green, and blue)
*Open House Checklist
(family volunteers, student information, permission to photograph, school supply list)
*B/W Editable Names for Students to Color
*All About Me Bag tag
If you have any questions or requests, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brown-Bag Teacher
***For other teaching and learning resources, check out my Editable Classroom Newsletters and Primary Writing Prompts & Papers.