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Multiage Moments: "Owl" Kinds of Goodies - Monday Made It

Squish Preschool Ideas: Owl Theme Classroom- amazing collection of owl stuff! If you like the owl theme at all Meg.

How do you get home? (Transportation Display) - The Lesson Plan Diva - TeachersPayTeachers.com

How do you get home? (Transportation Display)

Free Welcome Back Owl Class Theme Display

Free Owl Theme Classroom Printables

Free owl theme classroom printables are available in our free eMember areas. Would you like free owl theme classroom printables?

This is from Amy Rider's Literacy and Laughter's kindergarten blog, and a postabout her owl themed classroom. Themed classrooms always inspire ad overwhelmme.

Literacy and Laughter - Celebrating Kindergarten children and the books they love: Having a Hoot with my Owl Theme!

First Grade Wow: New Year, New Room, New Team etc...

back to school card/gift for kids. Great idea for the meet and greet at the beginning of the year, or to have waiting on their desks on the first day of school.I can only hope Gracie has a teacher as cool as this,for first grade!

End of the school year activities

"School Year Selfie" bulletin board: Students write about a favorite moment from their school year and then draw a picture of themselves in that moment. Also a good opportunity to teach them the term "self portrait"!

This made me think of you @Gwen Johnson   Owl and Chevron Classroom Theme Pack

Owl and Chevron Classroom Decor {Editable}

"Owl" About Me Posters.  A great activity for the beginning of school!  Perfect for an owl themed classroom!  $

All About Me Posters: Back to School

November Calendar Owls for the classroom "Owl" About Me Posters. A great activity for the beginning of school! Perfect for an owl themed c.

Rockin Behavior Chart Example! I will most definitely use this in my classroom! LOVE IT!!!

Classroom Behavior Management visual representation perfect for music classrooms or elementary classrooms. Students go up or down depending on behavior choices. // Not practical for high school, but it's so darn cute!

On the first day of the school have the students make their hand print, fill out an info sheet with the teacher, and measure their height in yarn.  Then wrap it up like a time capsule and put a label on it that says "do not open until (the last date of school).  Open the time capsule and do the same thing at the end of the year to see how much they have grown and changed.

First week of school time capsule- stamp & date their itty hand prints, measure their height with yarn, and have them fill out a little first day info sheet with their self portrait on the back. Then save until the day of their high school graduation.