1-2-3 Come Make A Back To School Icebreaker With Me
Even if you've already started school, it's still fun to do activities that help your new students learn about each other. Completed projects also make a cute bulletin board. If your boards are already filled, put some boarder on a hallway wall for an eye-catching display.
I LOVE owls, and by the looks of items available in stores, and PINS on Pinterest, I guess I'm certainly not alone. The word "owl" can be used for a variety of word plays, such as this "Owl" (all) about me activity.
Run off the template on white construction paper. Have students answer the numbered questions, by putting their short answers in the matching numbered areas of the books. The questions appear on the template.
Students color and cut out their owl, and share it with their classmates. Collect them and scatter across a bulletin board. I've included a large owl, with the questions inside, for you to use as the center of your board.
I like to use bright-colored material, burlap, or pin-dot wrapping paper as alternatives to plain b. board paper. To add more pizzazz to your students' work, give them wiggle eyes and a photo to glue to their creation.
Click on the link to view/download the It's Owl About Me Icebreaker.
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