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Five Games To Learn Students’ Names
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New Student Reception
Student mentors, a goody-bag, and food! What a nice way of recognizing new students and helping them to adjust to their new environment.
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Peer Mentors for New Students
Ms. Cahsell offers some wondefully welcoming ways to help the "new kid" acclimate in the middle of the year. From the principal to student mentors, everyone gets involved. Ms. Cashell says within weeks, it's hard to believe the "new kid" was ever new.
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Welcoming New Students Mid-Year
Being the "new kid" can be overwhelming. This educator's tip can help make the transition smooth and rewarding for your entire classroom.
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