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First Day Jitters Activities For Back To School

Do you read “First Day Jitters” to your students to welcome them back to school? This is a great resource to get to know your students, help them identify feelings about a new school year, and teach your classroom routines.

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Do you read “First Day Jitters” to your students to welcome them back to school? This is a great resource to get to know your students, help them identify feelings about a new school year, and teach your classroom routines.
 
After reading the First Day Jitters book and completing these resources, your students will feel comfortable in your classroom and they’ll be ready to start their school year.

Printable And Digital Activities Include

  • “Jitter Juice” poem and recipe
  • How do we go to school graphing activity
  • Emojis feelings activity
  • Self-portrait template
  • Making connections activity
  • Story elements activity
  • Compare and contrast activity
  • Sticky note response template
  • True or false comprehension check

Digital Resources are available on Google Slides, Seesaw, and Boom Cards

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These response activities are perfect for breaking the ice with your new students who might be a little nervous when they walk into your classroom. Letting them know that it is normal to have all kinds of feelings will help them feel comfortable coming to school.

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