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    Back to school book "What If Everybody Did That?" Great way in introduce rules on the first day! #discipline #teaching #backtoschool

  • Jennifer Schneider

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  • Becca Alt

    Classroom Management: introduce rules on the first day - this may be a good midyear reminder...

  • Christian Sachs

    Have to find this book-What if Everybody Did That? by Ellen Javernick This one should come standard with every primary classroom. The book goes through a day with a little one who does things without thinking, like feeding zoo animals despite the warning signs not to. He's got that same feeling that lots of kids do - that their actions won't make that big of a difference. But the community helpers in this book get him to think of what would happen if everybody did that.

  • Carol Wilson

    Hmmmm... this might be too young.... Great way in introduce rules on the first day! Even middle schoolers love picture books and story time.

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