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Animal Introductions
Back to school fun! This tip from Ms. Uhlman can help students - and you - get to know each other.
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Before the School Year
As you know, the first several days of school can be daunting. Read about how Ms. Means gets parents, students, and even administrators ready for school before the year even starts!
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Biography Poems
An icebreaker and a poetry unit all in one! Read about Ms. Deininger's creative way to make the most of the first day of school.
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Can Do Challenge
Reverse your students’ “Can’t Do” attitude with the Can Do Challenge. This fun icebreaker helps establish a positive, aspirational tone for the rest of the year.
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Can We Talk?
Ms. Parson’s students interview each other on the first day of school. Her unique twist on a familiar assignment illustrates a great way to of pairing students together and produces creative decorations for her bulletin board.
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Family Maps
Ms. Shogren puts her students on the map! Read about how she breaks the ice at the start of school by marking where her students traveled during the summer or where their family members live on a large map.
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First Week in Kindergarten
Here's a sweet way to acclimate kindergartenders and younger students into their big, new shool surroundings. Best of all, this tip ends with cookies for everyone!
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Five Games To Learn Students’ Names
Looking for a fun way to learn students’ names? Check out how these veteran educators do it.
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Five Ideas for Reaching ELL Students
In roder to teach English language learners you have to reach English language learners. Ms. Braverman lists five critical steps that can help you make both happen
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Foreign Langauge Ice-Breakers
Getting your foreign language learners back in the groove when school starts can be fun with this tip. Ms. O'Neill's students think so, too! See if her tip can work for you.
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