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I love these!  No hurt feelings, everyone included AND cooperation all in one!
Find a partner.
Find a group by making multiple copies of one item.
Want 4 groups copy 4 of the items multiple times.
Your class will enjoy these and soon learn to find their match quickly without conversation and by using cooperation.  
And to top it off you get a little movement as well!





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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 2d ago
These activities are PERFECT for introducing you class to one another!!
No pressure, just fun!

Partner students up and SCOOT!
There are 26 questions and one sheet for 15 partners and another for 25 depending on your class size.


Three amazing activities to get to know each other.
Partner
Small Group 
Individual

I am excited to be here and I like to ride my bike.
Who has number 4?

Copy and cut.
You may want to laminate for reuse.


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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 5d ago



This is a wonderful story for the first day of first grade!!
Your class will relate as the little girls talks about all her tries, sighs, and cries while trying something for the first time.




Cute craft for your students to write and showcase their ideas.

Lots of word work.
ABC Order
Syllables
Antonyms
Synonyms
Word Search
Word Scramble

Lots of writing for:
My first day of school
My first ____________
There are pre writes and graphic organizers for planning their story as well as class covers and differentiated final write pages.



 Students will compare their first to the girl in the story.
A my first poster and firsts that make them cry, giggle, smile.












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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 1w ago
Everyone is a FROGGY fan and this story is sure to delight your class.
It is ideal for those first few BACK TO SCHOOL days.

How does FROGGY get to school?
What does FROGGY have for breakfast?
How does FROGGY feel about going to school?
Does FROGGY have a name tag?
What is a rule in FROGGY's class?
Perfect for Text to Self.

Adorable craft
Vocabulary for posting

Practice writing our name.
Two differentiated pages.

Feelings (differentiated)
and a favorite FROGGY'S dream!

Story recall 
Compare and Contrast
Classroom Rules

How we get to school (3 differentiated pages)

Me Poster
Writing about the first day...sensory
Mini Book about child.

Word work...ABC Order, Syllables, Scrambled Words



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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 1w ago
I bet if YOU brought a mouse to school your teacher would scream and your classmates run!
What do you think would happen?
This delightful story is so much fun for those first few days of school.

The mouse craft is adorable and perfect for young students.
You class can make any tool they want in the mouse's hand.
And the vocabulary for posting is colorful and perfect for ABC order, Syllables, or writing.

Activities include:
Fiction or Nonfiction
Story Recall
Finish the sentence


Compare and contrast the Mouse on his day at school and Your day at school.
Poster for Mouse
Sequencing

Two differentiated activities for Text to Self.
Identifying what you do at school.
Writing:
Opinion
Narrative 

 Graphic Organizer
Pre Write
Make your own book

Word Work:
ABC Order
Syllables
Parts of Speech
Word Search



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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 1w ago
Surprise!  The teacher has the JITTERS about meeting her class!
Your students will enjoy this story and it leads into a wonderful discussion about those first day feelings of coming to school.


I love the craft that works as a page topper.
Students can create their own emotions on the faces and then write about their first day.

A poem is fun to read and for older students allows for discussion about the text and comparing it to themselves.
The alarm clock rang and I threw back the covers
I jumped out of bed with my heart all a flutter.
It was the first day of school after a long summer break...

There is a first day poster for students and an idea gathering page for them to share information about their first day.

Comprehension includes:
Text to self, recall, story elements and author's purpose.

I love the "how to" activities.
What do you do to get ready for school?

Lot's of opportunity to talk about emotions.

And a little word work.
There are also three differentiated writing pages for final writes.


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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 1w ago
Anyone who has ever gone SCHOOL SUPPLY SHOPPING with they children knows what an experience it can be!  If it makes you smile this book will make you giggle!!
One rule:  Only buy what is on the LIST!
Will they follow it?


There are 18 colorful vocabulary cards for posting with the story or in you word work center.
Laminate them and you can use them for sorting by syllables or ABC order.  They have pictures to support early readers.
Activities include:
Match the supply (one by words and one cut and paste.)
ABC Order
Making words (an opportunity to talk about the meaning of nostalgia).
Word Search (not shown)

Activities are differentiated to meet the Grade 1 and 2 level student. 
The activities shown above students can write or draw or both.
Recall story details.
Sensory
What was the rule?


More difficult include:
Sequencing
Story Elements
Finding Beginning, Middle and End

There is a match us up by word or a cut and paste.
There is a make a list.
Students will sort what to bring to school and what to bring home. (there is a picture one as well)

Finally students will GO SHOPPING!
Level 2

Level 1

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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 1w ago
All children know how THEY celebrate the 4th of July but do they know WHY?
This packet is perfect for reading informational text and then making comparisons and recall key facts about this special occasion so important to our country!

Not shown is a fold and read mini book for early readers.
Informational text , Fact/Opinion (ideal for assessment), Graphic Organizer for collecting details from the text.
Word work includes:
Vocabulary, Word Search, ABC Order, Making words from CELEBRATION

Writing:
Sensory, Sequencial, Informational

Final write pages and a cover for a class book.



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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 1w ago
I absolutely LOVE the theme of this story.
Not just is the little girl a little nervous about the first day but so are the bus driver, custodian, secretary, principal and teacher.  It is perfect for introducing the school helpers on that first day of school or soon after.


There are vocabulary pieces for posting with pictures and word work ideal for your literacy center.
The activities are differentiated to meet student levels K to 2.
There are rewards for the first day for you to sign.
One is in color or you can choose black and white.
I also have labels for the special rooms in your school.
Ideal for a scavenger hunt.  Collect them all!

These activities are differentiated as well.
One is identifying nouns and the other has definitions of emotions and varied words from the story.

The data collection sheets are also leveled and there are two math games helping the children get to school with addition and greater/less than.

I like using these comprehension activities for small groups.
They work with character identification and story elements.

There is a graphic organizer for recording key ideas.  I also love the pre writes for children to gather their thoughts before writing.  Finally a poster telling about their first day.

Here are samples of the writing pages.
There is also a full page for writing not shown.



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1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray! by 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray - 1w ago
This is the perfect READ ALOUD for those first few days of school!
It opens discussion for so many topics:
How do you feel about back to school?
How do your parents feel about back to school?
What great things did you do over the summer?
I absolutely LOVE this story.
The family had enjoyed a wonderful summer and now it is time to head back to school.
The twist is guess who is nervous about going back to school?


There is colorful vocabulary for posting with pictures.
I love posting them near the read aloud on a small word chart.
Word work includes a word search, ABC order, and a word study about the word NERVOUS!
These are idea of literacy centers or whole group.

Activities include:
How do you think your parents felt?
How did you feel?
A compare and contrast of text to self.
Activities allow for drawing or writing to meet the needs of all students.

Comprehension includes:
Read and cut and paste sequence.
Read and circle Beginning, Middle, or End of story.
Story Elements and a sensory page.

Writing activities include:
Graphic organizer for gathering thoughts.
Pre write for what students did on their first day.
Making a list of what they did at school.
Making a list of summer activities and drawing favorite.

There are also two math games themed for the story that focus on addition to 12, greater than and less than.  Perfect for your math center.
Best yet they can be sent home and parents can play with their child as well!

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