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    Crumpled paper bullying lesson

    Could YOU be the bully? Think about it. Read through this flow chart and be honest with yourself. Even if you may not "bully" in the exact same way as mentioned, could YOU be the bully?? Be honest.

    Anti-Bullying Lesson

    Let the kids review books for each other. This two in one worksheet allows students to "review" the books for one another. Print on colored paper and hang the reviews around the book shelves, so other students can make "informed decisions" about what they want to read.

    Keep your students focused on the lesson at hand with these 20 ideas.

    Example of an anti-bullying contract for students.

    also known as Crumple-Charlie, this tool can be used to help kids understand how words can hurt others. The class meeting format described on this blog is a great intro to those interested in using class meetings to build community and collectively problem-solve. Email me if you'd like more detailed info and help getting them started!

    Happy Notes

    Classroom quotes

    The kind words of a teacher can be short & easy to speak, but their echoes are endless.

    FREE ANTI-BULLYING LESSON PLANS~ This four-day lesson plan can be implemented with very little preparation. Each lesson takes about 20 minutes and centers on class discussions of various free-access, online videos with anti-bullying themes.

    Do you need a way to quickly assess your students' interests, attitudes, and learning styles? Try these 10 easy to use questionnaires to get to know your students preferences right away. Students will enjoy completing these simple and cute surveys. You can use the information gathered to plan your instruction and gauge how students enjoy certain lessons and/or activities. Can be used a pre- and post-assessments for individual units.

    Schoolhouse Divas: How to Motivate Your Students (and Kids)

    A 2-sided conference form and a letter to send home. Everything you need for conferences and it's a FREEBIE!

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    good words to remember in the coming year... "A key to growing as a teacher is to keep company mainly with teachers who uplift You, whose presence inspire You and whose dedication drives You."- Robert John Meehan

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    this lesson plan is SERIOUSLY AMAZING. what a great way to get kids beyond the "drama." | YourKids Teacher: Erasing Meanness

    Lesson Plan SOS: Time for Report Cards!

    What Role Do You Play in Bullying? Six Tab Foldable. Great way to get students to think about bullying.

    IEP at a glance… would be fabulous to leave for sub… nothing confidential, but the sub would know what accommodations to make.