Back to School Classroom Scavenger Hunt and Giveaway




Can you believe it's back 2 school time already?  This is one of my favorite times of the year - new school supplies, new classroom decor, new students - a whole year of new possibilities.

And it to kick it all off, I am teaming up with 50 great teacherprenuers to bring you tried and true classroom management and organizational strategies that work in our classrooms. 

Please make sure that you hop to each participating blog! We are also hosting a giveaway. Enter to win one of two great prizes. We are giving away the chance to win a $50 TpT Gift Card and classroom resources from over 30 teacher authors. Good luck! 

To help you prepare for the first day of school with your new kiddos, I'm sharing my Back to School Classroom Scavenger Hunt. I love this activity because it gives kids the chance to explore their new classroom.  It's a fun, get em' up and moving, way to teach your brand new students where important stuff is located in the classroom.  And it serves as a great icebreaker too since they work in partners.  Plus, it's editable so you can customize it to fit your classroom needs!!

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This activity is one of the first things we do each year, after discussing rules and expectations of course.  I randomly pair students up to work and set them off to explore their new domain.  The hunt usually takes about 30 minutes and then we discuss each item and what they noticed around the room.  This usually leads to a great discussion about other classroom procedures as well like cleanliness, pencil sharpening, bathroom breaks and more!!

Enjoy!!  And don't forget to enter the amazing giveaway below!!!!  Happy first day back to reality everyone!!



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3 comments

  1. The scavenger hunt is a great way to get kids comfortable with their new room. I've done a textbook scavenger hunt with my high school students. Have a great year!

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  2. Thanks so much for the scavenger hunt. I look forward to trying it out!

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  3. This is great. Thank you for allowing editing. I adjusted it for my school and classroom. This will be great!!!!

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