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First Day Nameplates
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2
Submitted by: Darlene L., K-1st

On the first day of school, I have enough pre-cut letters ready for each child to spell out their first name twice. Each student is provided a sheet of cardstock cut to fit their name, and folded in half to form a tent. The students then glue their names on both the front and the back side of the 'tent' and stand the nameplate on their desk. After this fun activity, not only does the teacher have a clear view of each new student's name, but the student can also see their name in print and can use it to copy from, match letters, count letters to compare with classmates, etc.



 

 

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