Saturday, July 27, 2013

Beginning of the year Quick Forms

Hello Everyone!!
I am so excited!! Our oldest son is coming home for a visit!!  It seems like forever since we've seen him!! And he's bringing his puppy!!  YAY!! Three ring circus, here we come!!  (We already have 2 dogs and 2 cats!)  Anyway, that's why this post is veeeeeeeery short!  I freshened up my beginning of school quick forms and combined them into a packet.  This packet contains a parent questionnaire, snack info, schedule, behavior chart, wish list and a couple of other things!  Here are a few pics of the 11 page free packet.






Have a great rest of the weekend!!
As always, if you grab the unit, please let me know if there is something I can fix or update. 
Joyfully!
Nancy


10 comments:

  1. Glad to hear that others have similar snack/birthday treat issues as my school! We have recently (a few years ago) stopped doing edible birthday treats (we now celebrate by reading aloud a favorite book!) and it has been so much better (although personally, I miss the cupcake pick-me-up at the end of the day, haha!)

    I'm starting at a new school this fall, and curious to see how they handle both snacks and birthdays!

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  2. Thank you for another useful pack. I love your STUFF and your blog soooo much.

    Have fun with your son and his puppy!

    The visit is bound to be JOYFUL!!!

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    1. He just got here and his pup is sooo cute!! We are going to have a great week!! Thanks!!
      Nancy

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  3. Thank you so very much. You have no idea how much your stuff is helping with my grade change to first. Lifesaver.
    Corey
    Powerteacher@hotmail.com

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    1. Corey,
      If you need anything else, please don't hesitate to holler at me!! It would be my pleasure to help!!
      :) Nancy

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  4. Thank you so much! This packet is great!

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  5. You, my dear, are absolutely amazing. Thank you so very much for sharing all of your hard work.

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  6. thank you so much for making this! it's great! Am I able to make changes though? Like the schedule?

    ~thank! Amanda

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  7. Thanks for sharing your packet- lots of great ideas:-)

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