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  • 1.Plan your bulletin boards.
  • 10.Make student name tags for desks (unless you are planning to have the students make their own).
  • “11.Find out your students\\’ schedules for lunch, gym, art, music, and library.”,
  • 12.Gather and organize all your supplies:Textbooks and supplemental materials, Plan books, Classroom reading books and read-aloud titles, Attendance materials\nPaper clips, Various types of paper (e.g., writing, construction, math), Folders\nDifferent kinds of tape, Grade book\nRubber bands, Stapler and staples\nPencils/pens, Tissues
  • “13.Prepare take-home packets for your students. Some of the items you\\’ll want to include are:Emergency forms, School rules, Supply list, Bus or transportation rule, Welcome message to parents/request for room parents”,
  • 14.Find out which students may be going to special classes.
  • 15.Check out library books for students and books for read alouds.
  • 16.Set up a folder for a substitute to use in case of emergency, containing the following:Daily schedule\nSeating chart, Reproducible activities
  • 17.Prepare a file for correspondence from parents.
  • 18.Prepare a file for faculty bulletins.
  • 19.Obtain a copy of state and district curriculum standards.
  • 2.Decide where you want to post announcements, menu, and calendar.
  • 20.Write tentative lesson plans for the coming week.
  • “21.Make copies of materials you\\’ll be handing out during the first few days.”,
  • 22.Write your name and other important class information on the board.
  • 23.Make a checklist for returned forms (can be used later for report cards and other items).
  • 3.Prepare a welcome back display.
  • 4.Designate boards for subject area work, and boards for students to design.
  • “5.Decide where you want to display your students\\’ original work.”,
  • 6.Set up two or three learning centers to get started.
  • 7.Create signs for your room to help your students learn classroom rules and routines.
  • 8.\nPrepare your class rolls and permanent records.
  • 9.Post a cheery sign with your name outside the door along with a class list. Students and parents will appreciate it when they go looking for the right room.
Clip and Save Checklist: Getting Ready for The First Day of School
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