Monitor classroom noise level with this program. Good way to show students how noise gets out of hand!

Monitor Classroom Noise Level with Virtual Bouncy Things. Is interesting, will show a visual representation to students of how loud/disruptive the class is being! -Liz G.

Leikatkaa sanomalehdestä sanoja ja asioita, jotka kuvaavat oppilasta tai joista oppilas tykkää. Liimatkaa toisenvärisestä paperista leikatun pään sisään. Ripustakaa luokan seinälle kertomaan, keitä luokassa opiskelee.

Inside My Head

Back to school a project- in class on smaller scale maybe?Inside My Head: an activity for kids.for teaching schema/beginning of the year activity

Lumipallosota - lapset kirjoittavat paperille kolme asiaa itsestään, eivät nimeään. He rypistävät paperin palloksi. Merkistä alkaa "lumipallosota". Minuutin kuluttua kukin nappaa lähimmän pallon itselleen ja yrittää arvata, kuka lumipallon kirjoitti.

Snowball Fight-students write 3 things about themselves on a sheet of white paper, w/o their names. At the end of 1 minute, each student grabs the nearest snowball and tries to guess who wrote it.

What's On Your Mind? Is a terrific way to get to know your students + these make an easy and awesome bulletin board too! Great activity for the first week of school and a nice ice breaker for students to get to know their new classmates.

What's On Your Mind?

What's On Your Mind?A terrific way to get to know your students + these make an easy and awesome bulletin board too! Great activity for the first week of school and a nice ice breaker for students to get to know their new classmates.

Everyone gets a square with a quarter circle, this is the end result- could be a good ice breaker beginning of year activity

Everyone gets a square with a quarter circle, this is the end result- could be a good ice breaker beginning of year activity. Each student decorates the square and includes their name. Nice way to decorate the bulletin boards in the beginning of the year!

Make a story map of Goldilocks & the 3 Bears – draw a path down the middle of a large piece of paper. Write ‘Once upon a time’ at one end & ‘The End’ at the other. Then retell the story with the children & add basic drawings along the sides of the path (e.g. 3 bears/a girl/3 bowls etc) - take turns walking down the path & retelling the story - from Mrs. Goff's Pre-K Tales (“,)

Retelling Roads - Great idea for fairy tales! Using white butcher paper, the teacher wrote "Once up a time" at the beginning of the sheet, and "The end" at the end. Kids drew and wrote a story in between:)

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