Welcome back! It’s that time of year again, and we wanted to kick off the school year by sharing some new Promethean lessons with you. To get you started with your back-to-school lessons, we’ve pulled together some premade Flipcharts, activities, and resources created by teachers for teachers that you can start using in your classroom today.


Get to Know Your Students Lesson

This Promethean lesson provides 5 activities that can be used to get to know your elementary students on the first day or week of class.



Back-To-School Jeopardy Themed Lesson 

This is a school themed Jeopardy template that’s fun for all students, regardless of age. Fill in your own categories, questions, and answers, and the game is ready to go with all the pages, buttons, and links. Enjoy!



3-2-1 Exit Ticket Lesson

This lesson offers an assortment of graphic organizers for teacher and students to use. This lesson is great for all grade levels.



What’s Your Learning Style Lesson

This is a simple introductory question series to find out and help students learn about themselves and how they learn best. The questions can be found in the Learning Q and A. This lesson is great for students in grades K-9.



Back-To-School Lesson Bundle

We have bundled some of our favorite back-to-school ActivInspire flipcharts for you to download and start using today, including a Calendar and Morning Routine Flipchart, Classroom Rules Flipchart, First Day of School Icebreaker Flipchart, and more.



Hurricane-Related Resources

It’s hurricane season and what better time to give your students an overview on hurricanes. These lessons will teach your students about hurricanes, including how they occur, the impact on the planet and communities, and the preferred human responses.

Hurricane Quest Overview

Jet’s Weather Safety: Hurricanes

Learning About Hurricane Harvey

Learning About Hurricane Florence


We hope you enjoy these resources!  For more Promethean tips and tricks, follow us on Twitter @LearnPromethean, subscribe to our Promethean Video YouTube channel, and visit our website to learn more.

Share your favorite resources with us and let us know your feedback below.  Happy Teaching!