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This activity is a fun conversation-starter, a great activity for the first weeks of school or any time! The responses will help you get to know your students, including what they have learned in Music, and what they want to learn in the coming year.Questions stimulate thinking about musical experiences and musical learning; other questions will help students reflect upon the role of music in their own lives and how it affects them.

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Class Dojo Writing and Craftivities

This is a fantastic way to introduce Class Dojo as a behaviour management and reward system in your classroom! It gives students the perfect opportunity to reflect upon the goals and behaviour agreements that have been discussed and set as a group.Included in this pack are the following writing prompts to get students EXCITED about using Class Dojo!* What is Class Dojo? (This would make a fantastic bulletin board or display to inform parents and classroom visitors of your exiting new…


If you have never heard of Class Dojo, you definitely need to check it out NOW!https://www.classdojo.comIt is my #1 go-to for classroom management! I am a Class Dojo Mentor, so if you have any questions about this wonderful resource, please feel free to email me at :)Included in this FREEBIE:- Class Dojo Rewards Poster (this is what I use in my class)- BLANK Class Dojo Rewards Poster so you can add your own choice of rewards (laminate and use a dry erase marker if you…


First week of school: Up the Ladder, name game. This is SO CUTE (and just what I need)


This FREE job application was inspired by the Leader in Me program. You can use this application to help your students apply for a class job! It is a great resource to help students think about their strengths and interests. It also gets them to understand what their responsibility will be and if they really want that leadership role!

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Current Event Newspaper Assignment-What's the SCOOP?

What's the Scoop?-Thinking and Writing about Current Events