During the first week I like to minimize questions such as:
"Missmith Missmith!" (This and "mom" with an embarrassed look, are my official names from August to May)"Where are the pencils?"
"Where is the paper?"
"Where are the Band-aids?"
Where are the tissues (this question is asked silently as a cute little eight year old stares at me while nastiness runs out his/her nostrils and close to his/her lip).
editable version of mine for free.
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1. Use the editable freebie to customize the items in your classroom you want students to "hunt" for.2. Cut out the numbers and tape them on the items around the room you want to highlight. I like to do this after school so students come to school the next day and start wondering what these mysterious numbers are for.
3. Show students how to "hunt" for items and write down the item number by the item label on the scavenger hunt sheet.
4. Come up with an "extra credit" fun question about your room for the kidlets who finish a bit early.