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End of Day Questions - able to identify what they didn't understand, what they need to work on, etc.
End of the Day Questions
A clip chart with a twist! Behavior management is a snap with this behavior chart. Whole-class and individual clip charts mixed with brag tags make your classroom management easy to maintain day after day. Click to find out more!
A fun craftivity flap book where students write about all the friends they are going to see this summer, the places they want to visit, and the things they want to do. Includes eight different versions of the pages: blank, lined, blank & line, & picture frame, and two versions of the cover (with and without a sun). Each of those are with a normal block font and another "fun" font.
Brain Breaks For The Classroom. This pack is HUGE with 52 brain breaks AND an editable file to add your own!
Creating a Successful Morning Routine
Social Skills Challenge - The Speech Bubble. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.
Teachers...Ever forget a students birthday?Create a Birthday Bucket so you can prevent this for the upcoming school year! Easy classroom birthday gift for students from teachers. Pencil toppers & birthday certificates included.
Christmas holiday in the classroom! Celebrate kindness by having kids write acts they have seen and create a string of lights! FREE TEMPLATE!
I love the idea of jobs for each student in the classroom! In addition to allowing for efficient work in the classroom, the jobs give students a sense of belonging. Each week these jobs would change and the students would take on a new responsibility.
Do you teach your students about growth mindset? These notes from the teacher are the perfect complement to my other growth mindset products, including my affirmation posters, flip books, and growth mindset privacy office! Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 24 notes will reinforce your students for incorporating growth mindset concepts into their lives!
Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom. The best way to promote kindness and caring behaviors in our classrooms is to model them. When we show our students what it LOOKS like and SOUNDS like to be kind, there is a far greater chance they will repeat those modeled behaviors. It is so important to remember that children watch their teachers all the time and listen to everything they say (especially when it’s not in a lecture).