FREE!  This is a one page interest survey for a middle school social studies classroom. The interest survey asks students about themselves, strengths, weaknesses, and plans for the future. The bottom of the handout asks students to come up with goals for the school year.

FREE! This is a one page interest survey for a middle school social studies classroom. The interest survey asks students about themselves, strengths, weaknesses, and plans for the future. The bottom of the handout asks students to come up with goals for the school year.

Body/Brain in the Group What do I need teachers to do to help keep my body and Brain in the Group? What do i need my classmates to do ? What do I need to do ?

Body/Brain in the Group What do I need teachers to do to help keep my body and Brain in the Group? What do i need my classmates to do ? What do I need to do ?

Tested and approved by both high school and middle school students!This is a great first week of school activity to help you get to know your students quickly while encouraging ice breaker discussions among students. Begin the year with an activity that supports building a classroom community!Complete one for yourself, too!Please visit us at:elementaryskillsandstrategies.comFacebook - Elementary Skills and Strategies

All About Me - Secondary and Upper Elementary

Tested and approved by both high school and middle school students!This is a great first week of school activity to help you get to know your students quickly while encouraging ice breaker discussions among students. Begin the year with an activity that supports building a classroom community!Complete one for yourself, too!Please visit us at:elementaryskillsandstrategies.comFacebook - Elementary Skills and Strategies

The Silent Transition Game that will Save Your Sanity - try this when you need a minute to get ready for your next lesson, a great trick for elementary teachers

Easy Classroom Management Hacks

The Silent Transition Game that will Save Your Sanity - try this when you need a minute to get ready for your next lesson, a great trick for elementary teachers

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