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    • Lauren Hyatt

      "No David!" Peacemakers Peacebreakers

    • Trisha Authement

      No David Classroom Management

    • Sara Gregory

      Peacemaker vs Peacebreaker Anchor Charts

    • Kristen Kline Plachuta

      This social skills lesson plan was done for a First Grade class and is based on the book "No, David!". It focuses on the "Peacebreakers" and "Peacemakers". It serves as a helpful visual reminder for young students of what the classroom rules are.

    • Ashley Penney

      No , David! Classroom Idea

    • Tory Weiss

      Behavior charts first-grade... do this activity with "No, David" (the book)

    • PW

      first grade parade-could be changed to bucket fillers, bucket dippers.

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