Looking for an awesome activity to do on your first day of school? We’ve got you covered! Check out these 12 fun and easy, free printables for the first day of school. From Classmate Bingo to a First Day of School Flip-Book, there’s something for everyone in this free bundle. Just submit your email here to save and print your printables now.
Here’s what’s included in our free First Day of School printables bundle:
Invite students to mix and mingle as they learn fun facts about one another.
All About Me Worksheet
Have students share their favorite things as well as their goals for this school year.
Back-to-School Scavenger Hunt
Have students search around your classroom to find supplies and learning areas.
First-Day-of-School Writing Prompts & Back-to-School Writing Paper
Choose from a fun list of writing prompts to get those creative juices flowing.
First Day of School Flip-Book
Make a fun flip-book that shares students’ hopes and goals for the year.
First Day of School Poem Template
Invite students to compose a poem about the first day of school with our free template.
“What We Do When …” Activity for Writing About Expected Behaviors
Have students write about and draw what it looks like when they are doing small-group work or lining up for class.
“We’re Different, We’re the Same” Classmate Venn Diagram Activity
Invite students to compare their similarities and differences.
“I Wish My Teacher Knew …” Printable
Invite students to share the things they want you to know about their lives.
3, 2, 1 Back-to-School Writing Activity
Encourage students to share their “3, 2, 1” countdowns with the class.
Interviewing a Classmate Printable
Help students sharpen their speaking and listening skills with this free printable.
“What Our Classroom Looks Like During …” Activity
Use this printable to talk about expected behaviors during independent work, partner work, and more.
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