Chart:  "What stuck with you this week?"  This example shows children writing as a way to demonstrate reflection... similar to an exit slip.  (This could be used daily, too... not just on Fridays.) Image only

Chart: "What stuck with you this week?" This example shows children writing as a way to demonstrate reflection... similar to an exit slip. (This could be used daily, too... not just on Fridays.) Image only

I LOVE this! First Day of School activity - Students' Job & Teacher's Job

I LOVE this! First Day of School activity - Students' Job & Teacher's Job

Paint chips. *I use pairs of these to pair up my students in class. They draw them out of a bag, find their match & then work together. I let the "true Mickey Mouse" ears (black pairs) get first pick of materials or place to sit.

Paint chips. *I use pairs of these to pair up my students in class. They draw them out of a bag, find their match & then work together. I let the "true Mickey Mouse" ears (black pairs) get first pick of materials or place to sit.

Idea adapted to a classroom: "every time a student catches someone doing something kind, they put the kind person's name on a piece of paper ALONG WITH the act of kindness. Then they SIGN the paper with their name and put it the jar. Once a week, the teacher draws a name from the jar and both kids get a treat"

'Catch Some Kindness' Jar (she: Veronica

Idea adapted to a classroom: "every time a student catches someone doing something kind, they put the kind person's name on a piece of paper ALONG WITH the act of kindness. Then they SIGN the paper with their name and put it the jar. Once a week, the teacher draws a name from the jar and both kids get a treat"

Ladybug's Teacher Files: The Great Pencil Challenge (managing pencils!)

The Great Pencil Challenge (managing pencils!)

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