Every single year, I get so many questions about the first days of school.
And so, I thought, why not have an episode about it? After all, that first day of school is a pretty big deal, not just for the students, but also for professional educators like you.
That is why I’ve created a free printable lesson plan to go along with the episode! I’ll also explain how to use it, so make sure you watch the whole thing!
But, did you know? It's not just the first day of school that's crucial, it's actually the first ten days, and you should be focusing on them as much as you can.
Why is that?
Simply because those first ten days of school will set you and your students up for a successful year. And who doesn't want that?
So, how do you make sure they go as smoothly as possible?
Join me now to discover the answer to that question (and a few tips you can use to help yourself and your students transition smoothly into the school year).
Let's dive in!
Focusing on the first ten days of school is important (00:00)
First, let's start with a quick story (00:56)
Tip #1: Always go for quality over quantity (03:38)
Tip #2: Less is more (04:27)
Tip #3: No product art in the first ten days (06:28)
Tip #4: Ignore the teacher next door (08:02)
Tip #5: Troubleshooting (10:26)
Why the first ten days of school are sacred (12:53)
Check out my free First 10 Days of School Lessons Plans (17:20)
Use engaging, fun books in those first ten days (19:54)
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