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Rules of the classroom...so easy to make...with an old board, black matte paint and a paint marker...assuming you have whimsical penmanship!

Need to figure out how to print this so I can put it on my bucket I carry around everywhere!

In this class we share, take turns, listen, love, say sorry, try your best, are respectful, smile, laugh, try new things, have fun, use manners, take care of others, speak kindly, laugh. do your best, clean up, learn

this says it all... I want my children to look back when they are grown and always remember the love that I gave them, the support, and comfort. And through the hard growing up times the guidance, I LOVE THIS QUOTE! True words to live by

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We all need to remember these words. The world would be much different if people thought about the consequences.

Crafting with Katie: Classroom Job Chart - I like the big, simple graphics. What a good idea

How We Respond In Any Situation Has To Make Things Better, Not Worse.

(G) "Classroom Rules" Have a discussion the first day about what it looks like to follow these rules. ie: be ready to learn- be in your seat, quiet and ready with all of your supplies and books you will need.

Classroom job chart. Will need to be amended somewhat for 6th grade.