Get to know your students on the first day of school or anytime during the back to school season with these great “All About Me” puzzles. They’re perfect for the first day of school, a back to school bulletin board or hallway display, and for getting to know your students.
These can also be printed and sent home for completion during virtual or distance learning. Allow students to turn them in via paper/pencil or digitally – then share with the entire class so they can all get to know one another.
WHAT YOU GET:
- two 2×2 puzzles
- one 3×3 puzzle
- one 4×4 puzzle
- NO PREP options of all four puzzles mentioned above!
TEACHERS WHO HAVE USED THIS RESOURCE HAVE SAID:
- Perfect for students and teachers to get to know one another!!!
- Love the variety!
- I’m taking over mid-year and this is EXACTLY what I was looking for to help me get to know my new kiddos. I can’t wait to try it out with them! Thank you so much!
- This was a perfect beginning of the year activity for my students of all ages. I will use it every year!
DETAILED PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
Decide which puzzle you want to use with your students. You have two 2×2 puzzles, one 3×3, and one 4×4 option. These are all a great back to school “all about me” or “getting to know you” activity. Plus they make a gorgeous bulletin board or hallway display!
I recommend giving the NO PREP puzzle options to your students on the first day of school. This way they can color, cut, keep busy helping you get to know them, AND your time will be freed up to help students and families with any help they may need (or paperwork you may need to do!).
When students have the puzzle colored, cut out, and put together – they can affix them on a piece of cardstock or construction paper. You’ll instantly have a great back to school bulletin board or hallway display helping you and all the students get to know one another!
If you plan to use more of my puzzles throughout the year, these work great as an introductory lesson. You’ll see how well your students do with puzzles, giving you a better idea of what levels of differentiated puzzles you’ll need to use throughout the school year.
Thanks for looking!