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Take a picture of students and have them make a mask for their pictures. Add a straw and have students fill out a dive into summer story. I'm thinking info on fish.

Use pictures of counselors. Take a picture of students and have them make a mask for their pictures. Add a straw and have students fill out a dive into summer story. I'm thinking info on fish

Great Goodbye gift for the end of the year.  "have a "Kool" summer"

Great end-of-school-year gift for kids. Attached the packets of Kool-Aid to a water bottle that came with a Krazy straw. It read "Have a Kool and Krazy summer! Would also be a fun birthday party favor for guests.

Ahoy matey, these hundreds charts are a fun math resource for kindergarten and first grade students.  Best of all, they need NO PREP, simply print and teach!  TpT$

Pirates Hundreds Chart Mystery Pictures

Ahoy matey, these hundreds charts are a fun math resource for kindergarten and first grade students. Best of all, they need NO PREP, simply print and teach! TpT$

Sharpened Pencils & Post-it Notes: Summer Gift Complete

Cute idea for Hudson's class for the last day, if I could change a couple words. Sharpened Pencils Post-it Notes: Summer Gift Complete

Science - FORCE and MOTION: Push and Pull Picture Sort

All Around Town {Push and Pull Sort Sheet} for Kindergarten & First Grade

FORCE and MOTION: Push and Pull Picture Sort Workpage Science- assess students knowledge after a lesson

How to celebrate the end of the year with your students! End of the Year Activities / Freebies / Free Resources

How to Celebrate the End of the Year!

Good manners will bloom all over your classroom with the helpful reminders on this brightly colored Good Manners chart. Chart highlights six good manners for students: Excuse Me, You're Welcome, May I?, I'm Sorry, Thank You, and Please. This chart includes good manners activity ideas and a reproducible on the back. The colorful flowers on this chart will brighten your classroom all year long.

Good manners will bloom all over your classroom with the helpful reminders on this brightly colored Good Manners chart. Chart highlights six good manners for students: Excuse Me, You're Welcome, May I

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