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Oh my goodness! This is such a clever idea for moms or teachers! Create a tattle jar for kids to put them in and a chart to help them decide if they were making good choices!! She has it printable here too

Have one person sit on a chair in front of a white board while the others wrote a positive phrase about them. Take a picture to give to each person. A very creative and positive group activity.

Kindergarten Nanafrom Kindergarten Nana

More First Day Stuff!

Goodbye sayings.

Don't accept "no" for an answer... I Do, We Do, You Do: I can't...I don't know... ***NOTE - I can't find the original source of this anchor chart...tried to do an image search, but still couldn't find the original post.*** (Whoever created this, it's AWESOME!)

Lessons With Laughterfrom Lessons With Laughter

The Mailbox #BeTheDifference Giveaway

when you enter this classroom {door decor} .... Wonder if I can get away with chalkboard paint ... hmm ..... Back to school

Nice start to the school year: This would not be used as an anchor chart; but, rather instructional chart. Your lesson is clearly "goaled" by the completed chart. This is a good way to develop concepts. Give them a concept, such as respect...ask what does it look like / what does it sound like, etc... (Can be used for honesty, integrity, fairness, etc.

RainbowsWithinReachfrom RainbowsWithinReach

Handprint Happiness: Classroom Door Wreath

So cute for a classroom door!