How to Handle "Backtalk" and Why! Great for parents & educators dealing with behavioral problems #education

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Reindeer Portraits- step by step drawing...so cute!

Reindeer Portraits- step by step drawing. Do this with my my kiddos and prompt them to orally tell their reindeer story with a beginning middle and end. Then they write what their reindeers favourite thing about being a reindeer and helping Santa with.

After reading "Snowmen at Night" - make tear art snowmen and write "If I were a snowman at night, I would..."

After reading "Snowmen at Night" - make tear art snowmen and write "If I were a snowman at night, I would." Already do this, but like the tear art snowmen

40 FREE CVC and CCVC/CVCC cards to create your own Build It-Write It cards.  Great for small group instruction or for literacy centers!

Reading: CVC and CCVC/CVCC cards to create your own Build It-Write It cards. Great for small group instruction or for literacy centers!

Summarizing

Summarizing with 5 fingers: Somebody Wanted etc Give each group an explorer to learn about. The group creates a SWBTS chart to present to the class. Also try with bios of scientists, inventors, . teaches students about perseverance.

Great fine motor and math in one.

"busy bags" I absolutely loved this one. These are jumbo craft sticks with magnet strips glued on. Then get some jumbo colored paper clips. They can sort colors or make any kinds of patterns with the paper clips.

A wonderful at-home multi-sensory activity (the more kids use their senses in play, the better they become at using them to explore their world).

Sensory Play Must-Try: Rainbow Scented Glitter Slime

Best Discipline Strategies for ADHD Children

Your Free Expert Guide: 50 Tips for How to Discipline a Child with ADHD

FREE booklet from ADDitude: 50 of the best ADHD discipline techniques from parenting experts.

How To Motivate Unmotivated Students

You praise. You encourage. You pep-talk, demand, and implore, but nothing seems to change. Here's a reliable way to begin improving the work habits of your most reluctant students, those with next to zero interest in their schoolwork.

Try this interactive, online tool with kids to teach conflict resolution – "Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along"

"Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along" I LOVE this website! i use it every year at during the first weeks of school. Kids use the "think and share" method all year long to solve problems! It works!

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