This awesome bundle contains the following EDITABLE documents that every classroom teacher should have:
1. 1st day of school classroom hunt (you can change this document to have students search for particular items that you want them to become familiar with in your own classroom). My version has them familiarizing themselves with the classroom as well as their classmates.
2. 1st day of school "Who are you" survey/worksheet. I assign this every year as homework so that I have find out a little bit about all of my students. There is a space for them to include a picture of themselves. I always fill one out for myself as well and I hang it in my classroom for them to read.
3. Homework assignment log- I hang this in my room. There is a space for homework to be written down for each day. This way, when students are absent, they just look at the homework log for the day they were gone and they know what they missed.
4. Late passes for homework! One sheet contains 4 late passes. This sheet requires that students fill out what the assignment is, why it's late and sign the sheet. I usually give out two per trimester to each student. It has my name on it, but since you can edit it, you can change it to your name!
5. Pink Slips- these are private after school detention slips for my students to come to my room when they were naughty enough to get in trouble, but not enough to have an office detention. There are four on one sheet. (I call them pink slips because I print them on pink paper, obviously you can change them whatever color you want).
6. Syllabus agreement sheet. After I hand out m syllabus and go over the expectations of my classroom, I have my students all sign on this sheet of paper. I like it because it keeps them all in the same place (easier to find their signature then in a stack of papers).
7. This week in science sheet. I have my students report out weekly on what is happening in science. Obviously you could change this to your subject matter since you can edit this document.
8. This week in science, sign up sheet. This sign up sheet helps to keep the students organized in the weekly news report out and helps them be prepared more. I typically pass this around in the first week of school (I do the first "this week in science" as an example so they know what to do).
9. Warm-up sheet. Mine says science warm-ups, but you could change yours to reflect what you are teaching. There is a space for each day of the week.
10. Grade reflection sheet. At the end of each trimester, I like to have my students fill these out and then go over it with them. It's a nice way to check in with your students and discuss the grade that they earned for the previous trimester and set goals for the next one. I also like doing this because it turns the "report card" into a reflective and learning experience.
I have been using these worksheets for the past 5 years and they have made my life so much easier! I hope you like them as much as I do!
(classroom organization, first day of school, teacher resources, bundle, sign up sheet, warm up, grade reflection, syllabus agreement, late pass, detention slip, classroom hunt, this week in the news)