Back to School Activities | Getting To Know You Activities

Back to School Activities | Getting To Know You Activities

Can be used for 2nd – 5th students.

Includes: PDF, 24 pages

Start off the Back to School season in style with these dynamic, engaging and interactive activities – great for first day of school activities. Get to know your students and learn about their thoughts, feelings, and favorites with this great “All About Me” activity! To wow your school community, display the puzzles on a bulletin board back to school.

The wide range of activities in this resource will help you engage your students’ artistic talents.

In this pack you will receive:

⭐️15 puzzle pieces with a range of artistic and writing activities:

  • Memorable summer activity
  • Things to look forward to
  • Map of the classroom
  • Improvements
  • Something I want my teacher to know about me
  • My teacher
  • Name display
  • Something I am really good at
  • All about me right now
  • My Favorite Things
  • My family tree
  • School lunches
  • My feelings
  • Favorites
  • Goal Setting

⭐️4 warm-up activities to prepare your students for their Back to School Puzzle Poster

  • ‘Find Someone Who’ class game
  • Summer Snapshots
  • All About Me
  • Summer Word find

These puzzles come in two sizes. The size you need will depend on your purpose.

***When you download this resource, it comes with both US English and British spellings and printing sizes.***


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I love the puzzle activity. However, the previous one didn’t include edges and that bothered me. There are many students that transit in and out of our district due to the proximity of two military bases. Therefore, no edges seemed right. However, we found this puzzle much more enjoyable this year.

This makes for a beautiful bulletin board display. You also learn so much more about the children. It can be used in multiple ways, and it adapts well. I make one for each student to use as a model. They are enamored with it and will go above and beyond for me to show them.


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