Published January 15, 2000
by Instructional Fair .
Written in English
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Give students a warm welcome while prepping them for a successful school year. Grades PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8. Best Children's Picture Books About Starting School 'I Am Too Absolutely Small for School''First Grade Jitters''First Day Jitters''A Pirate's Guide to First Grade''The Kissing Hand''Chu's First Day of School''Little School''First Grade Stinks!''Sam and Gram and the First Day of School''The Bully Blockers Club'More items. All are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold is a timely book that reassures students that school is a safe and welcoming environment for children of all backgrounds, colors, religions and identities. The rhyming text and colorful illustrations are wonderfully cheerful and the positive message will strike a chord with everyone. Today I am sharing with you a Back to School activity book that you can download right here on my blog! There are 4 different sections, designed for Kindergarten ages and up. Have a nice picture for your child to glue of themselves in the photo box on the front page.
I’m so glad we still ave a good weeks before Lily heads to First Grade, and Gav and Evie to preschool. Even though we still have a month, I know heading back to school is on a ton of parents’ minds and in case you’re looking for some cute and FREE FREE Back to School Fonts and Graphics I wanted to make sure you were covered! 😉. 24 Back to School Books for Preschool, Elementary & Middle School Kids Here's a list of AWESOME books to read at the end of summer or as your kids start in their new classroom. These are perfect for classroom read-alouds, at-home story time or just for kids to read on their own. Best Back to School Free Printables for kids! These Back to School Free Printables are just what you need to get kids ready for school. From teacher gifts, lunch box notes, tags and labels, to free weekly calendars and free printable bookmarks you’re sure to find what you need. I started this Back to School Free Printables list many years ago, and will add to it each year. Little Rabbit Goes to School by Harry Horse. Here’s another cute book to help kids get ready for school. Little Rabbit is off to his first day of school and takes his little special toy, Charlie Horse, with him. Throughout the story Charlie Horse begins to get into all kinds of mischief.
Ideas for Welcome Back to School Activities Students like to feel recognized as individuals when going into a new school year. One of the best ways to do that is by starting off with a get-to-know-you activity, like a welcome back poster that students can fill out to describe who they are. I leave off the books that are “traditional” to read at back to school time, such as The Kissing Hand, because this book in particular is soooo long! I really don’t even worry about whether the topic of the book is about school. I focus mainly on books that are short and engaging. These are my favorite back to school books for Pre-K. Please make sure to check out the free preview file to see all that is included in this kit! Create a fun back to school keepsake with this book foldable. All you need is 12x18 construction paper and this kit. The books are very easy to assemble! Each booklet page is printed two-to-a-page so all 4/5(7). The Back-to-School seasonal pages will provide you with great resources to help you get your year started off right. Ideas within the back-to-school pages include: "get to know you" and ice-breaker, assembly ideas, first day lessons, and bulletin board ideas. Your creativity can help other teachers. Submit your Back to School activity today.