Thursday, May 17, 2012

Advice from a 1st Grader...for free!

My kiddos have been working on writing some advice for the Kindergartners who will be 1st graders next year. As they finish, they have been presenting to the Kinder classes. They are totally loving it! After presenting, some of them will say "Are there any questions?" It is too stinking cute. Here are a few examples of what they said.
"Do you listen to your teacher now?" :)
"My favorite place to go was school, and you will like it too."




Oh that  second one just melts my heart!

Are those bubble borders not the cutest?! I found those in a set on TPT for $1. Yeah. ONE DOLLAR! They can be found in Ms. Talley's Store.

You can DL the writing papers by clicking the pic below.  They go all the way up to 5th grade because that is what my mom teaches and she wanted to do it too. :)


Hope you like it!

22 comments:

  1. This is great! I'm definitely going to have my current students write these for my students that I get next year. I love the bubble borders also. Thanks for sharing! :)

    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  2. What a great idea! I'm going to go grab those borders now - super cute!
    Nicole
    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Wondrous-Worms-FREE-packet-Math-literacy-and-Science-funtivities

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  3. Haha woops! That's not what I meant to paste in there!
    Rowdy in Room 300

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  4. PRECIOUS! Oh my goodness...love that he used the word, "perseverance." AMAZING!

    Lyndsey
    A Year of Many Firsts

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  5. I like the one that says you are suppose to love your teacher and if you do you can get on the computer:)
    What a great writing idea!
    Connie:)
    www.welcometofirstgraderoom5.blogspot.com

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    1. Haha! She had a whole list of things you could do but I only took a picture of the front page.

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  6. Oh my word I thought the same thing was hilarious!! 'you're supposed to love your teacher! And if you do....' what happens if you don't!? Hehe

    Jessica Stanford
    Mrsstanfordsclass.blogspot.com

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  7. So cute!! My first graders' advice to the kinders was that they get 2 recesses...lol

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  8. So cute! Your kids had some precious advice!

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  9. Cute! I will have to save these back for next year! I love the part where it says if you love your teacher you can get on the computer!

    Your newest follower,
    Stephany
    http://primarypossibilities.blogspot.com/

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  10. Such a cute idea!
    I'm your newest follower :)

    BTW, I'm having a linky party so if you have any ideas that you would like to share for end-of-year celebrations (or simply share this one), I'd love it if you can hop on over and link up ;)

    ✿Valerie
    All Students Can SHINE

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  11. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your blog! Just awarded you the Lovely Blog Award on my blog. Come check it out!

    Emily
    Tangled with Teaching

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  12. Loving the new look, Jena! I've missed you! :)
    Erin
    Eberhart’s Explorers

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    1. Thanks Erin! I've missed everyone too!

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  13. Cute idea!! We do something very similar and the responses are the cutest! New follower here- glad I found your blog!

    Kimberly
    The Learning Tree

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  14. I know this is unconventional but I am one of your followers, I have not been on in a while due to things going on within my school district that have made it hard to contribute. I wrote a post on my blog today briefly letting people know about what is going on. If you could stop by and read it and spread the word to ask others to read it I would appreciate it.
    Thank You With All The Love,
    Mrs. Schatz

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  15. Just found your site on a top 50 blogs list. I love the advice pages and am headed over to the TpT store you mentioned to check out the dots paper. Stop by my blog sometime.
    Storie
    Stories by Storie

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  16. Hi, I'm your newest follower. I loved the letters, its so fun to know what is going on in student's minds.

    I will be teaching first grade next year. I taught it a few years back but then had to try a few others things (second, gifted, kindergarten). I liked them all but first grade has my heart and I am excited to go back.

    come visit some time bubbalulu.blogspot.com Tales from Second
    JIll

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  17. What a cute idea! I love how the kids write advice and then get to share it with the upcoming kinders. So cute! Thanks for sharing!

    Jordan

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