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A quick survey to get to know your students.   Use it at the beginning of the school year, after breaks, or open house and meet the teacher nights. If you get to meet your students before the next school year, this would be helpful too!

A quick survey to get to know your students. Use it at the beginning of the school year, after breaks, or open house and meet the teacher nights. If you get to meet your students before the next school year, this would be helpful too!

Meet the Teacher Newsletter Nautical Theme- Red White and Blue EDITABLE! Perfect for all grade levels and subject areas! Great for back to school and open house!

Meet the Teacher Newsletter Nautical Theme- Red White and Blue EDITABLE! Perfect for all grade levels and subject areas! Great for back to school and open house!

RECAP, the most fun I have had in my classroom all year! Recap is a free and easy to use service where students use their phone (or other device) to create a short video in response to the teacher…

RECAP, the most fun I have had in my classroom all year! Recap is a free and easy to use service where students use their phone (or other device) to create a short video in response to the teacher…

This editable teacher information form is great to send home with parents or to make  staff display

This editable teacher information form is great to send home with parents or to make staff display

Finally! A Back-to-School flip book for Meet the Teacher night that is double sided! No cutting or pasting! Just edit, copy, and fold. No wasted time or wasted paper!

Finally! A Back-to-School flip book for Meet the Teacher night that is double sided! No cutting or pasting! Just edit, copy, and fold. No wasted time or wasted paper!

Super cool foldable that even 8th graders get excited about! Step-by-step directions on this blog, including how the teacher used it for teaching claims & evidence

Super cool foldable that even 8th graders get excited about! Step-by-step directions on this blog, including how the teacher used it for teaching claims & evidence