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Preschool, Kindergarten, Special Needs
Product Type: Lesson/Unit Plans
32 new to school cards designed to appropriately explain a typical day in a child's new preschool or kindergarten classroom. These cards are the perfect way to add visual aid to teachers explaining their classroom/school rules while at the same time, easing any nerves a child may have at his/her first day of school.
There are 25 cards with a simple statement or rule and corresponding picture, as well as 7 cards that can be personalized with your school personnel's picture. These cards introduce the important faces students will see around the building on a day to day basis.
The same set of cards are duplicated in the back half of the file in a larger format. You may use the smaller cards in a center or discussion group, or the larger cards as a whole group lesson.
Back to school is an exciting time for everyone, but let's not forget the first day of school for the real little ones!
Also see my Pre-K and Kindergarten Back to School Bingo
Rule 1 Have Fun
Who is it for?
Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
Students with special needs or learning disabilities
25 New to School Cards with Simple, Everyday Procedural and School Personnel Statements to Help Introduce the School Environment to Students.
7 Cards to Personalize with Pictures of Your School Personnel!
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About the Seller
Rule 1 Have Fun
I am fortunate to be a stay at home mom and wife to my two beautiful children and husband. Teaching has never left my heart because I think it's who I am. I seek to teach my children new things everyday while also encouraging their imaginations.
I firmly believe it is our job to motivate our students and to do so, we need to think like they do. I now have young children and it amazes me what I can get them to willingly participate in if I make it fun for them! Teaching is no different...students will retain so much more valuable information if we find fun ways to present it.