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Sermon notes for kids! One of the best ways to help kids retain the information heard during a sermon, message or devotional is to have them take notes. It also gives them something to due and helps them avoid distractions and the temptation to be disruptive. Please feel free to use and share. Notes, note taking, kids, sermon, message, attention, Bible, church


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Keep parents in the loop about good behavior (and challenging behavior when you need to). Parents love hearing compliments about their children, and feedback from the teacher often carries more weight. Plus, if you do have to share hard news about academic challenges or behavior, it’s likely to be received better if you have cultivated the relationship with positive comments and feedback. You can use one of the cute forms we found below.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Positive Notes: Teacher to Student

These 15 note templates are a great way to build community in your classroom. They only come in B/W! you can print on colored paper if you choose.I plan to give out about 5 a day to students and might share them in our morning meeting. These notes do fit in the adhesive pockets sold at Target Dollar Spot but can be used in any classroom!Students would love keeping these on their desks, in their buckets, or even just bringing home.


Teaching kids respect - we made this in class today :)


Today I’m going to share with you a notebook that I created to help keep all my notes together. This notebook is going to combine 3 notebooks into one. First, It will serve as a spot for me to check the status of my class (what book they are reading). Second, it will store anecdotal notes that I take (reading/math). Third, it will help me keep track of behavior notes that I send home. Those 3 things are BIG. To have them in one notebook will keep me organized and save me time! Below are…


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I absolutely love these post-it boards! What a great way for students to reflect on the day and share what they've learned with each other. Via 4 different teacher blogs.


studypetals: 4.8.16+2:00pm // 32/100 days of productivity // made a layout of how i generally organize my notes! this is only one example; i have a lot of different layouts. this one is my most used, so i thought i’d share!