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Getting to Know You T-Shirt

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 2 pages | Grades: 2 - 6

Start the school year off with a bang with this getting-to-know-you activity.

Back-to-School Fashion Fun! 

What better way to celebrate a new school year than with a t-shirt designing activity?

On this worksheet, your students will have the opportunity to describe themselves in a creative way.

Provide students with a blank copy of the worksheet, and have them use pictures and words to decorate each section.

Each section of the t-shirt prompts students to answer things like:

  • name
  • favorite animal
  • favorite drink
  • favorite sport
  • and more

Once they have finished decorating and coloring, invite your students to cut out their t-shirt and glue it on a bright piece of cardstock. Then have them introduce themselves to the class using their unique t-shirt design!

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