# Back-to-School Worksheets

Welcome your students back to school with the classroom scavenger hunt, an "all about me" printable, a friendship game, word puzzles, and even homework agenda planners.

Students design a poster with a picture of themselves and their families. They tell what they want to be when they grow up, their age, and where they live. They also list their favorite color, favorite book, and favorite food. Great activity for the beginning of the year.
Cut, glue, color, and write to make a large "All About Me" poster to hang in the classroom for the beginning of the school year. This project makes large posters that are approximately 18 inches tall by 14 inches wide.

## Back-to-School Activities

Here is fun way for kids to make new friends on the first days of school.  Try to find someone who is left-handed.  Find someone who has been on an airplane.  Find someone who can count to ten in Spanish.  This is a fun game for students of all ages.
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the puzzle pieces. Glue each numbered puzzle piece on the answer to a problem to assemble a mystery picture. Picture shows students and a school bus.
Students will use the 20 x 25 grid and plot points to draw an apple.
Plot the ordered pairs on the coordinate grid and connect the points to reveal a school bus mystery  picture.
Here's another coordinate grid mystery picture.  Students plot the points and connect the lines to make a picture of a school house.
Try this fun direction-following activity with your students.  They must find the secret room in the castle.  This activity teaches direction-following and basic map skills.
This two player addition game is great for the beginning of the school year. Students take turns finding pairs of adjacent numbers on the game board that add up to ten.
This back-to-school themed word list can be divided into two categories: one-syllable words and two-syllable words.
if your school starts back in August, use this printable August calendar.  All students have to do is add the numbers and color it in.
Here's a printable calendar for the month of September.  Students add the numbers and color it in.
Here is a sweet icebreaker activity you can use on the first day of school to help your students get to know each other and you!
Welcome your students back to school with a new school year "survival kit" filled with meaningful goodies and a printable note.

## Surveys

Students fill in the blanks and write about their favorite things, their best subjects, and their feelings towards school.

A  student nervously walks into her new classroom to meet her teacher.
Liam enjoyed school last year, but this year he has Mrs. Chomsky - the meanest, strictest teacher in the whole school.
Valerie has to bring a personal item to the class on the first day of school.  She'll have to present it to the class so they get to know her.  Everything in her room seems too personal or doesn't say much about her. When a special package from her Aunt Heather arrives, Valerie knows what she'll bring to class.

## Writing

In this picture a boy is handing an apple to his teacher. Write a fun story to explain what's happening.
This picture shows nervous young girl and her mother in a doorway. The girl is holding a rainbow lunch box.

## Back-to-School Puzzles

There are no diagonal or backwards words hidden in this word search.  Created for grades 1 and 2.
Find the back-to-school words hidden in the puzzle.  Includes diagonal words, but no backwards words.  Specially made for grades 3 and up.
Decode the secret back-to-school message from the teacher!  It reads, "Welcome back!  You will have a great year and learn lots of new things."
Fill in the blank lines with words from the back-to-school word search puzzle.  This puzzle was designed for grades 3 and up.
Fill in the puzzle with twenty school-related words and phrases.  There's a word box that can be copied to the back, if needed.
This worksheet features a school-themed illustration, but everything is not as it first appears. There's a pencil hidden on a bus, a tablet on a wagon, and many more hidden pictures. Can your students find them all?
Students will solve the basic addition problems and color in the spaces to reveal school supplies and an apple on a desk.
Your students will have fun solving the subtraction problems and coloring in the mystery picture to reveal school supplies on a desk.
Solve all of the division problems on this worksheet. Use the answers to find out which colors to use when coloring in this back-to-school-themed picture.
Using the key at the bottom of this worksheet, students can color in this picture by number to reveal an apple, a pencil, paper, and books.
Kindergarten

## Desk Tags

This student desk tag features a 0-20 number line, printed letters, and left-right hand prints.
This student desk tag has cursive letters, a map of the world, a multiplication chart, and fraction strips.
This set of three desk tags feature fish illustrations.
This desk tag features robot pictures.

## Homework Agendas

Super heroes decorate this homework agenda page.
Robots are running all around this homework agenda page.
There are fish pictures on this half-sized agenda page.
This dinosaur agenda is half-sized, so students have two weeks' worth of assignments on one page.

Printable Subject Covers

Printable subject covers for binders, folders, and notebooks. Subjects include: reading, math, science, social studies, and more!

Mystery Picture Worksheets

Review basic math skills during the first weeks of school.  Solve the simple adding, multiplying, subtracting, and division problems and color the secret mystery picture.

Teaching Tools

Printable lesson plan book pages, attendance record sheets, agenda pages for students, notes for absent students, birthday charts, and other teaching tools for the beginning of the school year.

Autumn Worksheets

Autumn crafts, reading comprehension passages, puzzles, and calendars.

Make your own custom classroom newsletters. Choose a theme, and a layout. Then enter your own class news.

Custom Calendars (Generator)

Make your own custom calendars. Choose your desired month and year. Then enter your own choice of holidays, birthdays, and other important dates.

Reminder Wristbands

These printable reminder wristbands can help students remember homework assignments, lunch money, field trips, and overdue library books. You'll also find reward wristbands too!

## Sample Worksheet Images

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