Back to School Activities

We hope you’ve enjoyed a wonderful summer break and you’re excited to begin a brand new year at school.

Back to School Writing!

As well as new website features, we have created activities and resources to bring Night Zookeeper to life in your classroom:

Our ‘Back to School’ printable resources are a great way to inject a little Night Zoo Creativity into your classroom at the start of this school year! Check them out in our store here.

We’ve created a fun Lesson Hive collection of Back to School ideas! You can check them out here and send them to students with a couple of clicks!

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New Website Features!

The team has been very busy over the past few months, working on lots of new features for you to enjoy this year on nightzookeeper.com. We’re always striving to add more new activities to inspire your students. Our goal is to make writing lessons magical for the young people in your class! You can read more about all of our new features in our blog post here.

Get up and running!

If you need a little help getting your class up and running, please check out the ‘How To’ videos below: 

How to Create a New Class Group

How to Print Student Invitations

What are your favourite back to school writing activities? Leave a comment below! 🙂

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