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    Great classroom behavior chart with a 7 Habits of Happy Kids twist! For other free leadership in the classroom ideas go to and visit www.teacherspayte...

    23 pages of Seven Habits and Leader in Me printables to use in your classroom! Perfect for bulletin boards, anchor charts, and for student use in Leadership Notebooks!

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    7 Habits Rap..

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    Lots of videos to go along with 7 Habits Lessons. Counselor True Love: Count Me In!

    Habit 2--Begin with the End in Mind Ormie the Pig

    Reinforce the 7 habits (now 8) with these cute and fun coloring pages. On each page are some quick thoughts (in kid-friendly language) as to what each habit means. Hang these up in your room, on your students' lockers, in the hallway or use them to decorate your student's Leadership Notebooks (binders).

    Are You my Mother? Habit 5 Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood

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    A lower-grade worksheet to reinforce the meaning of Habit 2--Begin with the End in Mind.

    What a nice way to reward positive behavior and communicate with parents about something positive!

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