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Dog #6 Pixel Art Template

  This is dog #6 in my pixel art series of dogs.  The template starts out yellow and turns as they answer each question correctly. This will be a quick update before it is ready to use in your classroom. The original photo that was made into this pixel art was taken by  Christy Fritz Photography .  Dog #6 Pixel Art Template
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Dog #4 Pixel Art Template

  This is dog #4 in the pixel art dog series.  This template is similar to the other ones in formatting.  A how to video is below to do a quick update on it. The original photo that was made into this pixel art was taken by  Christy Fritz Photography .  Dog #4 Pixel Art Template

Dog #3 Pixel Art

  This is the 3rd dog in my dog pixel art series. He is formatted similar to the other 2 dogs. This is a template so you will need to add your questions and answers before it is ready for use in your classroom. The original photo that was made into this pixel art was taken by  Christy Fritz Photography .  Dog Pixel Art Template #3

Dog #2 Pixel Art Template

  This is the second dog in the series of dogs to pixel art templates. This is another template that is set for your classroom.  You will need to add your questions, answers, and the answer key and it's ready for us. A quick video on how to update it is below.  The original photo that was made into this pixel art was taken by  Christy Fritz Photography .  Dog #2 Pixel Art Template

Dog #1 Pixel Art Template

  This is the first of several dog pixel art templates.  This is formatted and ready for use in your classroom.  I short video on how to update the answer key is below. The original photo that was made into this pixel art was taken by Christy Fritz Photography .  Dog #1 Pixel Art Template

Get to Know Me Google Form

  We are quickly approaching the start of the school year.  I use to have students complete this on paper but I found that digitally is easier since we are 1:1 and they share more information.  I do go through and read each student's responses and make a note on my roster of the name they would like to be called, any responsibilities outside of school, and anything else they want me to know. During the first month of school, I'll be sure to reach out to students who shared additional information just to let them know I read it, ask follow up questions, or ask how this year could be different. The form is below if you would like a copy.  Get to Know Me Form 2022-2023

Classroom Wishlist without Amazon

  A few years ago, I started teaching middle school and a coworker showed me this. It is really quick to make and it’s easy to post in your classroom.