The green note is a note to the parents explaining a little bit about myself and our classroom. I used the FREE template I found from Nicole at Rowdy in Room 300. Thank you, Nicole!
The blue note is my supply list. It contains a list of suggested student supplies, as well as needed donations.
The yellow note is a note to the students. It tells them how excited I am to be their teacher and how much fun we will have in Kindergarten!
The green, blue and yellow notes, as well as name tags get mailed home before Open House.
I place the orange note, plus my parent handbook and a few notes from the office, inside a folder. On top of the folder, I leave a pencil and a copy of this scavenger hunt.
Since we do not give a formal speech during Open House, the kiddos will complete the scavenger hunt with their parent(s). This gives me time to walk around and meet all of my new kinders and parents!
If you like this scavenger hunt, you can grab it for FREE!
Plus, all the kiddos will get these fun glow bracelets! Hopefully, they will help the students feel a little more relaxed about their new teacher and new classroom!
The talented Cassie from Funky in Fourth was kind enough to share this FREEBIE, which was a huge timesaver! Thanks, Cassie!
I also worked on Writing Workshop folder labels...
and grab the editable tags here! Use them for bus tags, name tags, locker tags, and more!