Here's a list of ten classroom words to try and put in alphabetical order. They can be printed, cut out and used with our alphabetical order base. This is a great back to school activity!
More School Printables
You like to think that you can never have too many printables for school! We've got all sorts of printables here with a school theme, including printable cards, lacing cards for younger children, and more...
This is a large printable card - print onto card or glossy paper and fold once. Perfect for younger children starting school for the first time.
Practise counting skills from numbers 1-10 with this fun classroom counting scene puzzle - it's quite tricky! We've got UK and US versions available. Perfect for a back to school classroom activity.
Is the bus ready to take you back to school? Looks like some parts are missing to me! Complete the school bus and then colour it in a bright yellow.
Look back on the year just gone with your children and try to pick out a special memory or two, then narrow it down for the "best memory" for this printable activity. It's a great way to start your goal setting process for next year!
You can use this picture gallery printable for any holiday - exotic or stay-at-home, summer or Easter or Christmas! It's a fun way for children to draw their own record of the bits that stood out for them.
Here's the perfect way to capture some fun memories of your summer holidays - in picture gallery format! This would be a fun way to think back over the long summer holidays, and a great printable to produce at the beginning of the school year.
Children will have great fun drawing lots of tiny pictures that capture the best bits of their summer vacations - and it will be a lovely keepsake too. Perfect for a new school year.
Encourage the children to remember what they did on vacation with this fun picture gallery printable. They can draw little pictures of key events, include family members in vacation clothes etc. You could even use it as a planning printable before going on vacation.
Here is a picture of children lined up in a school "crocodile", waiting in a queue. It's a great excuse to practice ordinal numbers! Follow the instructions below the picture.
I can think of lots of words that are used in and around school - but I'm not sure I can think of a complete alphabet of words! Can you?
There's a welcoming school bus on this printable card, which can be used for any school occasion including "back to school". Print onto A4 paper - not card - and then fold twice.
This lovely yellow school bus makes a great lacing project for younger kids, fun to have in the classroom for a fine motor skill activity. Laminate for durability.
Use this school frame in your scrapbook - there's useful space for journalling - or in the classroom. How about suggesting that older children write down what they would like to achieve in school this year?
Starting school for the first time is a huge step for young children. Our lovely school readiness booklet is perfect for parents and teachers to give to children to help them prepare and settle into their new school.
We use this chart to keep track of car shares, after-school clubs, when games bags and swimming bags and musical instruments need to be taken in, and which days we have friends round!
How many smaller words can you make with the letters in SCHOOL'S OUT? This is a fun activity for children to do on their own or as a challenge against their friends or class mates!
Sometimes kids just need a little inspiration to help start creative writing. Use our School's Out story starter to help them write a summer holiday adventure.
Our Teacher acrostic poem printables are a fun way to get your children thinking about what they like most about their teacher, and they make a fun gift for Teacher Appreciation Week or at the end of the year to say "thank you". We have four versions to suit all ages.
Why not encourage children to think about how they might be able to help out at school using this fun printable? Perhaps they could take on a role in the classroom, look out for a shy classmate, pick up rubbish in the playground, or hand out books ...
Two activities in one! First help the little boy find his way to school. Then describe his route, with as much detail as possible.
Word wheel challenges are the ultimate boredom buster! There are many words that you can make out of these letters, plus a nine-letter word to find, so the kids should be kept busy for a while...
Challenge the kids with this word wheel puzzle, and see how many words they can find - maybe try setting a challenge against the clock? This puzzle might be good as part of a school theme, and there's a nine-letter word to find in there too!
Word wheels are a lot of fun to do but are also a great resource for helping the kids practise their literacy and vocabulary skills. How many words can the kids find in the wheel, and can they find the nine-letter word? This puzzle could be used as part of a school theme too.
How many words can you make using the letters in this wheel? Remember, you must use the M from the centre of the wheel in every word, and all letters can only be used once per word. Don't forget to try to find the 9-letter word, too!