Even though the first week of school can be such an exciting time, it can also be downright stressful! The first week of first grade
is full of excitement, energy, and pure exhaustion. Even though I have taught 1st grade for MANY years, I still get overwhelmed before school starts with planning exactly what I want to accomplish during that first week. I wanted to help take away some of that stress by putting everything together for the first week of school.
This has been a LIFESAVER because everything is in one place. It takes the guesswork out of back to school planning. I make no promises that this will take away all of your back to school stress, but it will definitely help 😉
I have included detailed lesson plans. Plus, they are EDITABLE to fit your needs.
You will find student information sheets that are perfect for sending home during a Meet the Teacher Night or on the first day of school.
Every printable that you will need for the first week of school is included in this packet.
This packet also includes editable welcome letters, attention grabbers, activities, games, to-do lists, dismissal tags, and more!
Whether you are a seasoned 1st grade teacher or you are new to this grade level, this will be a fantastic resource for your first week of school. Head over to my Teachers Pay Teachers Store to learn more about The First Week of First Grade.
What are teachers saying about this product?
“There.are.no.words. Really…this is a wonderful resource tailor made for first grade teachers. This is so going to help me train my firsties in procedures. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and work! :)” -Susan
“Wow, thank you! I wish I would have had this last year for my first year of teaching. This is invaluable. I appreciate all the hard work you put into it and also how engaging the lessons are. I can’t wait for the first week with my first graders!” -Hannah
“This is perfect. I have been teaching first grade for 7 years and this summer I have been thinking I needed to change it up! This is right on. Thank you very much!” -Valerie