Are your children heading back to school soon? Do you want to take a photo of each child in your class on the first day of school?
If so, you can choose from these printables for Kindergarten to grade six students.
You will find seven example of each style (one for each grade) so that you can or your child can choose the one they like.
Photo Tips: Try to match the poster to their clothes.
Ensure the sun is behind you when taking the photos.
Ask your child to lower their chin a little itty bit and look up with only their eyes.
If you have taken a photo of your child last year (even if in preschool) ask them to hold this photo whilst you take the picture. You will need to place the print out at their feet or near their bag.
Click here to download your free PDF file.
PS. If you have any photos of your child holding one of these posters, I would love to see it.
You can email me by clicking here.
You may have noticed that I’ve gone a bit bananas for bottle caps!
I have been bust making this huge bundle that keeps on growing even after you have purchased it.
I have also been making loads of other printable to use with bottle tops.
I have even devoted a whole category for them in my TpT store – Bottle Cap Games and Activities!
Here is a freebie for you to test out with your class or your own children.
Use this game for sight words or spelling words. I had these kids engaged, laughing and reading and they didn’t were just focused on how much fun they where having.
Choose one person to be the ‘guesser’ and everyone else lines up to face him or her. The guesser chooses a bottle top from the container and reads the word out loud. He shows everyone the lid for them to read out loud as well.
The guesser puts the bottle cap on the floor in front of the other children. The guesser then turns around and closes his/her eyes.
One of the players in the line picks up the bottle cap without talking and puts it behind their back. All players in this line then put their hands behind their back and call out, ready.
The guesser turns around and says, “Who has the word …….?” One at a time, the players in the line say, “I don’t have it.” The guesser has to try and tell who is bluffing.
If they think that they know they can call the players name. The guesser gets two turns. If he guesses correctly, he has another turn, if he guesses incorrectly; the person who has the cap becomes the guesser and plays with a new word! Players keep on playing until time is up.
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