YEARLY INTERVIEWS 1. What is your name? 2. How old are you? 3. What is your mom’s name? 4. What does your mom do during the day? 5. What is your dad’s name? 6. What does your dad do during the day? 7. What is your favorite color? 8. What is your favorite thing to eat? (what don’t you like to eat?) 9. Who are your friends? 10. What is your favorite song? Can you sing it for me? 11. What is your sister’s name? (this is fun because they don’t always say the name correctly- for example...
lower case letters written on clothespins, match to upper case cards. -great for fine motor skills too
when it is important for students to be quiet, each of them gets a quiet critter. They will set these on their desk. If a student is talking, they lose their quiet critter. Students who have their quiet critter at the end of the activity, will get to put their name in a box for a prize this might work during quiet times at home....hmmm.
Road trip clips: One clip for each kid.... If they are sweet, clip stays up, if they are not, clip comes down. Everyone with a clip on the visor gets a treat at the next stop :-) love this idea!!! Will totally be doing this
List of manners to teach kids by age group.
Fun idea: If her kids don't pick something up after one warning, this mom confiscates it and puts it in a "ransom box." The only way you can get it back is to draw a task from the envelope attached to the box lid. Her tasks are hilarious!