Sunday, August 02, 2015

Back to School Binder for Grades 2-7 & Special Education

If you're like me, the first day of school is a challenge. New kids, that's the fun part. Lesson plans, schedules, rules, HOW to open their lockers, not so much fun. So I've come up with this this Back to School Binder for Grades 4-7 and Special Education, to help make that first day/week/month a bit easier.  I love music so I’ve incorporated the theme “Getting to Know You,” from Roger’s and Hammerstein’s The King and I into this bundle. You can use the included YouTube video link to the song as well as a copy of the lyrics. This binder has everything you need to begin the school year such as name tags for the bulletin board, for the kids to wear and even to place on desks. I’ve added 6 writing prompts with a grading rubric, family trees, cards with questions to answer as ice breakers, a crossword puzzle, and more. This is a growing bundle, when I think of more things to add, I will let you know. If you think of more things for this binder that would make your life easier, just comment.

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What’s Inside

Complete lesson plans ……………...5 - 7

Getting to Know You,
YouTube Link and Lyrics………………..8

Large apple information and
name tags for bulletin board………9 -16

Small apple information and
name tags for student to wear…17 - 20

Name tags for desks……………  21 - 33

Cards with questions…………….  34 - 37

How to open a locker…………………..38

All About Me……………………… 39 - 42

Apple homework questions………43 - 48

Writing prompts…………………  49 - 55

Writing Rubric…………………………...56

Family trees………………………  57 - 64

Crossword puzzle………………… 65 - 66

Crossword puzzle answers…………….67

Contact information…………………....68

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I hope you like it.

Deann




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