Clare Wilson
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Great game for transition days or gap-fillers! I made this 'Who am I?' game for the kids in my class to play detective by asking questions (that can only be answered yes/no) to find out who they are! #transitionday #classroom #primary #ukedchat

Great game for transition days or gap-fillers! I made this 'Who am I?' game for the kids in my class to play detective by asking questions (that can only be answered yes/no) to find out who they are! #transitionday #classroom #primary #ukedchat

Have students fill this out the first week of school and then again the last week.

"I am poem" One of my favorite activities to do with kids. **There is also a Poetry Unit and Some Awesome Info. On Student Led Conferences!

So I wouldn't do this as an art journal entry....I'm actually make one I could…

I love this idea. You could use it to do the Names of God! Great watercolor study - have them practice different watercolor techniques, cut it out and arrange it, then cut words out of magazines

This terrific activity provides a lovely means to get to know your new students and to decorate your classroom in the early days of the new school ...

About Me! Cube Freebie: This terrific activity provides a lovely means to get to know your new students and to decorate your classroom in the early days of the new school.

Important Piece of the Puzzle

This is a big puzzle piece for students to fill in as a get to know you activity for the first day of school. Maybe for a musical master"piece" board!

'Who I Am' graphic information sheet--first week of school. For the This Is Me starter project for AS or L2 btec

A fun graphic organizer for students to share lots of information about themselves. A great start of school year activity to be displayed in your classroom. Or simply have students create it so you can collect it and learn about them.

Free Teacher Worksheets - Download now and use today

Free List of Personality Adjectives: Place at stations and have students turn adjectives into verb phrases (e. loud = bangs pots and pans) Direct link to words: www.

Friday's Fabulous Finds (on Pinterest)

FREE list of 174 different Character Traits. So often when I was teaching I wanted a list of traits so that my students could look at the list while describing characters. This also helps students get to know and understand different character traits.

Mrs. Truett's 3rd Grade: Adjectives!

Have each student write an adjective on each classmate's work. This is a really sweet way to work on adjectives AND increase students' self-image and confidence.