Beginning of the Year

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Starting Off the Year with an Empty Basket
Being Great with Mrs. Bates: Starting Off the Year with an Empty Basket
a sticker with the words, hear the click before you stick in green ink
Starting Off the Year with an Empty Basket
Being Great with Mrs. Bates: Starting Off the Year with an Empty Basket
scissors down, safe and sound sign on white background with yellow lettering that reads scissors down, safe and sound
Starting Off the Year with an Empty Basket
Being Great with Mrs. Bates: Starting Off the Year with an Empty Basket
back to school treat bags with the text 10 ideas for back to school treat bags
10 IDEAS FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL TREAT BAGS (NON-FOOD IDEAS INCLUDED!)
In this post, I’m going to show you an easy, exciting, and affordable way to win your students over the moment they enter your classroom! Here are 10 fun labels for back-to-school treat bags and how to use them! Use a variety throughout the year or do different ones from year to year! I created all the labels in two styles. One can be stapled onto a baggie (snack baggie, sandwich baggie, or square 4X4 baggie) and the other can be hole-punched and tied to the treat. Which one is your favorite?
the top 8 back to school read alouds for kids with text overlaying
8 Back to School Read Alouds Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade
These are my favorite back to school read alouds for creating a positive classroom community. They are perfect for working on SEL, talking about class rules, how to be a friend, and sharing. I have several free resources linked in this blog. Theya re perfect for the first day of school in any Kindergarten classroom, 1st grade classroom, or 2nd grade classroom. Books include We Don't Eat Our Classmates, Our Class Family, Rainbow Fish, The Recess Queen, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and more.