Does your school have an Open House, Meet and Greet or Orientation before the first day of school?This little scavenger hunt is a good way for the kiddos to meet their teacher and become familiar with the room and their surroundings.Have your new students go around the room checking off some of the different places in their new classroom as they go.
Ending Sound Task Cards are a great way to practice sound discrimination skills. These can be used in Literacy Centers, for Scoot, Roam the Room, Small Intervention Groups, Scavenger Hunt, or Whole Group Instruction.
Middle Sound Task Cards are great to practice sound discrimination. These can be used in Literacy Centers, for Scoot, Roam the Room, a Scavenger Hunt, Small Group Intervention, or Whole Class Instruction.
This Emotions Scavenger Hunt is a great way to build emotional awareness, perspective taking, whole body listening and social skills. By focusing on other people in a relaxed environment it takes the pressure off by eliminating the need to interact while experiencing the various feelings that need to be explored, recognized and defined
$ Scatter these twenty 8.5 x 11 inch "Who Am I?" cards throughout your classroom for a fun way to learn about Greek gods and goddesses. You may make the cards easy or difficult find. It's also a great activity for outdoors! Once found, students use QR readers to scan the QR codes to learn the answer. Then, they write it on the included handout. Don't have QR readers? A version without QR codes is also included!
This newest product by The Owl Teacher is a great way to explore ecosystems/biomes. Students move around from card to card seeking the answers to the question sheet, all while reading fun facts about popular biomes/ecosystems! $