Classmate Interview Megaphone Templates:

Fun Back to School Activity With a Circus Theme:
Students Interview Their New Classmates

Classmate Interview Creative Writing Lesson Plans for Back To School

Classmate Interview Megaphone Templates:
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Fun Megaphone Creative Writing Templates blue bullet point Are you looking for a fun Back to School lesson plan idea that involves your students getting to know each other?

blue bullet point Your students will enjoy completing this unique project on the first day of school. They will have fun getting to know their new classmates by interviewing them and writing about their partners inside their classmate interview megaphone templates.

blue bullet point You will be able to quickly create a colorful bulletin board display on the very first day of school by using your students' finished megaphone projects.

blue bullet point This set of Back To School teaching resources also includes a colorful circus themed bulletin board banner and additional megaphone accent pieces.

blue bullet point The classmate interview megaphone templates are on one worksheet and they are easy to cut out. These templates measure 10 inches in width and 6.5 inches in height.


First Day of School Actitvities Get To Know Your Class and Classmates Elementary School

Above: Finished example of Classmate Interview Megaphone Templates


blue bullet point This set of Classmate Interview Megaphone Templates contains the following components:

  • Back to School Circus Megaphone Writing Templates and Worksheets Classmate interview worksheets (2 pages)
  • First draft writing worksheet (1 page)
  • Black and white megaphone templates facing left and right (2 pages)
  • Color megaphone templates facing left and right (14 pages)
  • Bulletin board display banner (5 pages)
  • Colorful megaphone bulletin board display accent pieces (14 pages)
  • Grade level (Grades 1 - 8) megaphone bulletin board display accent pieces (8 pages)

blue bullet point This is a fun activity for your elementary school students to complete during the first week of school, but you could also use these lesson plans any time during the school year.

blue bullet point Begin by grouping your students into pairs and giving each of your students the two interview worksheets which contain questions for students to ask their partners. Below are examples of these two interview worksheets.


Interview a Student In Your Class Back to School Worksheets and Ideas


Questions to Ask New Students Back to School Printable Worksheets

Above: Classmate Interview Worksheets


Back To School Fun Creative Writing Projects For Elementary Students blue bullet point Since the interview questions use the word favorite in it, there is a second copy of this resource which uses the spelling favourite for teachers in countries that use this spelling.

blue bullet point After students have completed their interviews, they should begin writing their first drafts. For creative writing assignments, I believe that it is important for students to go through the steps of the writing process.

blue bullet pointFor this reason, my students never begin their creative writing assignments by writing on their final draft megaphone templates, instead they write on first draft worksheets.

blue bullet pointAfter my students have written their first drafts, they edit and revise their work on their own, with a partner, or in individual writing conferences with me.

blue bullet point Below is an example of the first draft worksheet that is included in this set of teaching resources. The writing lines and spaces on the first draft worksheets match the lines and spaces on the final draft megaphone templates.


Interview a Classmate First Draft Printable Worksheets

Above: Classmate Interview First Draft Worksheets


Fun Back to School Lesson Plans Interview a Classmate blue bullet pointAfter your students have edited and revised their first drafts, you should give them their final draft megaphone templates.

blue bullet point The megaphone template is on one printable worksheet and has thick borders, which makes it easy for students to cut out the templates themselves.

blue bullet point The area between the megaphone and the handle should also be cut out. Since this is a bit tricky for some students, I cut this area out myself for my students before I give them their final draft megaphone templates.

blue bullet point In order to give the finished bulletin board display of these projects more variety, I have designed classmate interview megaphone templates that face left and right. I give half of my class left templates and the other half right templates.

blue bullet point Below are examples of the final draft classmate interview megaphone templates.


Back to School Creative Writing Megaphone Circus Templates and Worksheets

Example: Left Megaphone Template


First Day of School Activity and Activities Creative Writing Megaphone Circus Templates

Example: Right Megaphone Template


There are blue, red, green, orange, yellow, pink, and purple megaphone
templates included in this set of Back To School teaching resources.


Blue Megaphone Creative Writing Templates For Elementary School Students
Red and Green Megaphone Creative Writing Templates For Elementary School Students
Yellow and Orange Megaphone Creative Writing Templates For Elementary School Students
Pink and Purple Megaphone Creative Writing Templates For Elementary School Students

Above: Color Classmate Interview Megaphone Templates


To help you decorate your bulletin board with a Back to School circus
and megaphone theme
, I have included 7 sets of left and right
megaphone accent pieces in this set of teaching resources.


Back to School Decorations for Elementary Classrooms
Back to School Decorations for Bulletin Board Displays
Megaphone Classroom Decorations
Megaphone Bulletin Board Decorations

Above: Megaphone Bulletin Board Accent Pieces


This set of teaching resources includes grade level (1 - 8) bulletin board
accent pieces for you to use on your classroom bulletin board display.

There are 8 separate sets of these megaphones for Grades 1 - 8.
Below are the examples for the Grade 3 set.


Grade 3 Back To School Classroom Decorations
Grade 3 Back To School Bulletin Board Decorations

Above: Grade 3 Accent Pieces
Grades 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 are not shown.


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First Day Hooray by Nancy Poydar
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blue bullet point First Day Hooray, written by Nancy Poydar, is a back to school themed picture book that shows the anticipation, apprehension, and excitement that children and school employees feel about the first day of school.

blue bullet point All over town, Ivy Green and the school employees are getting ready for the first day of school.

blue bullet point It is the day before school starts and Ivy Green is buying new shoes and a lunch box. This picture book also focuses on some of the important people who work at a school: bus driver, custodian, principal, and teacher.

blue bullet point Miss Wheeler, the bus driver, is going over her route and has many new stops to learn. Mr. Handy, the custodian, is buffing the floors and arranging furniture. Mr. Masters, the principal, is reading over his notes and organizing welcome signs and materials. Ms. Bell, Ivy's teacher, is hanging alphabet letters and writing name tags.

blue bullet point The story shows what everyone is doing the day before school starts to get ready, the dreams that they have that night, and the morning of the first day of school.

First Day Hooray Nancy Poydar Lesson Plans and Worksheets

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