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- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Strike the right note with playful and encouraging cards that say a fond farewell to each student.
Colorful, iconic bookmarks build kids’ vocabulary while marking the spot in summer reading choices.
Encourage eco-awareness with these green miniposters. Just print (on recycled paper!) and display.
These colorful miniposters feature inspiring quotes from notable African Americans. Just print and display in your classroom!
These thoughtful notes are sure to brighten up any student's day! Hand them out to your class on Valentine’s Day or save them for individual students in need of some kind words.
A great way to practice handwriting skills (and impress grandmas everywhere), these thank-you cards will come in handy for both you and your students during the holiday gift-giving season.
Give your kids a festive stamp of approval with our sampler of winter-themed stickers. Just print on sticker paper and enjoy!
Order in the Classroom: Bold, clear class rules will get kids’ attention, and are a stylish alternative to handwritten ones. Swap out as needed! Download the templates today.
Inspiration Calendar: You and your students will get a boost from these bright and uplifting calendar pages—just print and display!
Icebreaker Seating Chart: Shy and outgoing kids alike will love getting to know their table partners when they have a joke in hand. Just label cards with tablemates’ names, prop them in place, and let the joke telling begin!
This summer, send kids off with the best parting gift ever: a bag full of treats that encourage them to read, read, read! If you created a summer reading list, slip that inside, too. Click here.
Teach students about the scientific method using our colorful miniposters. There’s one miniposter for each step of the process, with corresponding details so kids can understand what’s involved. Click here.
Readers theater doesn’t have to be a fancy production. Our simple props will go a long way toward helping kids transform into the favorite characters—and practice fluency and comprehension at the same time.
Print out a colorful crown, a top hat, and more. Glue the cutouts to wooden skewers or dowels for kids to hold as they read from a favorite story. A jar of rice makes for easy storage when you aren’t using the props. Click here.
Everybody is happy when they get a sticker — kids and grown-ups! Printing out our sticker pages is easier than you might think.
First, get yourself some sticker project paper. (You can find it at most office supply stores.) Then, download the stickers! Insert a sheet of sticker paper into your (preferably color) printer and print a page of stickers. Then print another page and another page!
What should you do with the rest of the sticker paper? Print labels, signs, and, of course, more stickers. Watch for new designs from us. (You can also find nice sticker patterns at marthastewart.com, familyfun.com, and other sites.) Or invite your students to design their own! Click here.
For a quick math center, print these magnetic numbers, cut out the numbers, and paste them to little magnetic squares. Bring in baking sheets, or try other metal surfaces, and encourage students to build math problems. Click here.
The right words can help shape the way we think and the way we act. Use your classroom wall space to inspire as well as inform with photographs and posters of nature (think snow-capped mountains and coral reefs) and inspiring sayings like these.
Download one (or all!) of these free mini-posters and set the tone for a year of successful learning! Click here.