Free Shipping on orders over $150! Details

Details


Happy Homeschool Month! The whole month of January we will have NEW DEALS every week for you to stock up for the new year! PLUS, Free Shipping on orders over $150 in the Contiguous US.


Read Educents' Terms & Conditions here
/

Sign in to add a review!

Leave a Review!

Upload a photo to share

*Note: by uploading photos to this site you agree that you have all the required permissions to this photo and to upload it to a public forum.

5 Things To Tell Your Students the First Week of School FREE Posters

Joy in the Journey

Joy in the Journey


This set of posters accompanies a blog post I've written entitled "5 Things To Tell Your Students the First Week of School."
  • Digital product, downloadable

Categories: N/A
Product Type: Printable

Product Description

This set of posters accompanies a blog post I've written entitled "5 Things To Tell Your Students the First Week of School."

This set of posters accompanies a blog post I've written entitled "5 Things To Tell Your Students the First Week of School." The first week of school is crucial for setting the tone for the entire year - and your students need to hear these 5 important truths.


Packet includes:

  • Title slide
  • You are important
  • You are listened to
  • You are responsible for your actions
  • Anything worth doing takes effort
  • Everyone makes mistakes {Each day is fresh}
  • 5 Things (all on one page)
  • 5 Things (all on one page) - black and white
  • 5 Things (all on one page) - black and white, options 2


Print and hang these in the classroom as a reminder to both you and your students


Resource created by Jessica Lawler, "Joy in the Journey"

Reviews

Be the first to review this product!

About the Seller

Joy in the Journey
12 Reviews

Hello! I'm Jessica Lawler, the writer at "Joy in the Journey." I love teaching, creating, being a wife and new mom, and sharing God's Word.

Related to this item:
Printable Teachers

Share to Download!

or

You're Awesome

Success!

Let us know what best describes you