Bilingüismo: «Back to school tools (part I)»


Back to school again. The countdown has already begun and I thought that these resources (and many others) are especially useful in our classroom. I hope knowledge and good feelings will go together during the course that begins soon.

I bring to my blog four more packages of resources for bilingual classroom on back to school.  Tomorrow I will publish another post with more resources.

Back to School Brochure • Meet the Teacher Brochure EDITABLE~ is perfect for your busiest time of the year! This Back to School Pamphlet is perfect and easy tool is a wonderful way for parents to get to know All About YOU and your Classroom Information. Your parents and students will walk away getting a glimpse about you and their new school year!


This ALL ABOUT ME lap book can be worked on throughout the first week of school, but older students should be able to finish the project in a single day, if necessary. The open-ended design makes it most appropriate for children in grades 2-5, as they can each write and draw at their own developmental level.


Minimal prep first day of school activities! Just print 1 play-doh mat for each student laminate or put in page protectors to eliminate any mess, and have the included drawing/writing page and crossword puzzle ready for those kiddos who are ready for a little more challenge! Includes play-doh mats, Icebreaker Bingo, writing prompts, All About Me flipbook craft, All About Me coloring page, word search and a welcome banner for kids to color!


Great 36 page set of Back to School Activities for 4th Grade including worksheets, task cards, games, a writing activity, math activities and more to keep your kids busy learning the first week. Gives you as a teacher, a simple way to get to know the kids, while allowing them to get to know one another, and helping them make the transition to a new classroom. This is a go to set you’ll use year after year! (TpT Resource)

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