7 pages. These are quick, easy and rather inexpensive gifts to make for your students for the first week of school.
1 page. This is the note that I used to tuck into my Ziploc Bagggie treat bags. Easy, inexpensive and simple to make up.
1 page. For a quick, easy and inexpensive treat bag for the first day of school, fill up a Snack Baggie with Lucky Charms cereal and include this note. I've included a header for your Snack Baggie. (Pictured at the top.)
7 pages. These owls can be a treat bag or a "craftivity". Perfect for the beginning of the school year, or change the saying to "Owl Miss You!" and pass them out on the last day of school.
10 pages. Whether you're making a treat bag for the beginning or the end of the year, or for a special occasion or subject, this packet of tips and ideas will be helpful.
9 pages. Use these cute 4-on-a-page welcome backpack signs for a variety of things. I've made them for K-5th + a blank one.
1 page. I make this game for my students at the beginning of the 1st week of school to reinforce name recognition. Later, you can program word wall words and put them in separate Snack Baggies, or simply write complete sets of the alphabet and have students arrange them, to make up words, or practice their spelling words in a fun way.