You Get What You Get and You Don't Throw a Fit! - Great to read at the beginning of the year :)
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Great book to help with beginning of the year social/emotional structure in the class or at home!! You Get What You Get (Little Boost) by Julie A Gassman, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1404867945/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_gaMTqb1HN5NXK
Books That Heal Kids: Book Review. This website has a ton of book reviews for the various topic you might be searching for. Great resource!!!
You Get What You Get and You Don't Throw a Fit! Best kid's book idea ever!
You Get What You Get and You Don't Throw a Fit! - picture book
Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: You Get What You Get
Great read aloud at the beginning of the year
Kid's books with important lessons
Great 1st week read aloud
Good teaching book
cool blog that has tons of kids books used to teach social skills. great for the beginning of the year, or reminders throughout the year.
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Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker! and several other wonderful picture books that address behavior issues in a manner that connects with children! This collection of picture books is a perfect solution to deal with the most common behavior problems!
Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker This is a unique story about listening because Lacey loses her voice. She realizes all her nonstop talking causes her to miss out on well....everything. Her silence forces her to be a listener. And what do you know....lots of positive stuff happens. Great lesson in this one. Can't wait for our chatter boxes to LISTEN to this book.
Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker: A book about the importance of listening. A definite read during the first week of school :) (Books That Heal Kids)
You're never too old for a read aloud! Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker -- A book about the importance of listening. A definite read during the first week of school
Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker-- book about importance of listening --- This is a must read aloud to my little chatterboxes.
Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker- May need this for our 4th graders!
Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker. 7Habits - Listen first, then talk
Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker- Learning the Importance of Listening and other read alouds.
I sooo need this for my classroom! Books That Heal Kids
Teaching Expectations--noise level
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Teaching Expectations--noise level. Ha, this would be great to just have on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet to hold up quietly when students are too loud and need to use six inch voices.
Teaching Expectations--noise level. I'm thinking it would be cute to draw this monkey! A couple of classes draw monkeys with fingers in ears, a couple covering their eyes and other with hands over mouth...
Teaching Expectations--noise level. Sigh. I'm hoping this is a poster. Sigh again.
Teaching Expectations--noise level. I need to get this for my loud kiddos
Teaching Expectations--noise level#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Got to get this book! Teaching Expectations--noise level
Teaching Expectations--noise level gotta love it!
Too Loud! : Teaching Expectations & Noise Level
beginning of the year read alouds
Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales
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PICTURE BOOK One of the best books for tattling and learning what is important to report to the teacher. I would use this book starting at early childhood level all the way up through Elementary school.
saw a class book idea to go with this....titled 'don't squeal unless it's a big deal' then each page has a sentence starter...'don't squeal unless....' Fun!!
@Alyssa Briggs - thought of you and your tattletale when I saw this! You should read it in your class :)
Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing!! Start of school year read aloud.
A list of Children’s Books That Teach Important Life Lessons
beginning of the year read aloud?
biggest pet peeve = tattle-taling
A good kids' book about tattling
so great for first day of school! fun activities!
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Student Council theme for the year coudl be "Only One You" based on the book by Linda Kranz. The book could be read/posted on the morning announcements. and student council could give out rocks during lunch to be decorated and displayed around school. (see picture at http://myprimarypassion.blogspot.com/2011/06/where-do-i-begin.html)
Student Council theme for the year coudl be "Only One You" based on the book by Linda Kranz.
Could work as part of a school wide theme.
LOVE this book!!!! So many students I work with forget their vowels. This book helps reinforce the importance of vowels. A fun read!
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The Vowel Family: A Tale of Lost Letters: Sally M. Walker, Kevin Luthardt: 9780822579823: Amazon.com: Books
The Vowel Family: A Tale of Lost Letters, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0822579820/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_rGv9tb0FBCZSK
The Vowel Family: A Tale of Lost Letters by Sally M. Walker, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0822579820/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Yqbbqb01SH5J4
Book, The Vowel Family: A Tale of Lost Letters by Sally M. Walker
Read Aloud to discuss vowels
Good book to teach vowels.
The Vowel Family book
The Vowel Family: A Tale of Lost Letters [Sally M. Walker, Kevin Luthardt] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Meet an unusual family with some very special children: Alan, Ellen, Iris, Otto, and Ursula. Sometimes they're visited by their very special aunt
"Say Please, Little Bear" is a great book to teach early learners polite manners. This can be used in the beginning of the schooler year to emphasize manners and how to be polite to one another in the classroom.
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Say Please, Little Bear (Picture Books) - http://booksonthemove.com/book-review/say-please-little-bear-picture-books
Say Please, Little Bear (Picture Books): Parragon Books: 9781445439716: Amazon.com: Books Little Bear gets a lesson from Daddy Bear in learning to be polite and share in this whimsical tale from Peter Bently. This warm story delivers an important message in a playful manner, making it ideal for early learners.
Say Please, Little Bear (Picture Books) by Peter Bently http://smile.amazon.com/dp/1445439719/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_v4AFvb1B1Z151
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Say Please, Little Bear (Picture Books) (9781445439716): Parragon Books: Books
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Best books for kids to teach manners/social skills
Cute book about manners
Curing the Blurts-- love these expectations and strategies. Read at B.O.Y each year.
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It's been shown that kids that blurt out LEARN MORE!!!!!! Isn't that the point of going to school in the 1st place??? .................. Seven Ways to Cure "the Blurts"--great ideas for ADHD kids!
7 Ways to Cure the Blurts - this is written as a resource for teachers, but I think it's a good tool for parents too.
I haven't had time to read through all of these ideas, but if it will, indeed, help students from blurting out answers at inappropriate times.... It will be worth the time to find out.... I will see. :-)....Seven Ways to Cure "the Blurts"--great ideas for ADHD kids!
Seven Ways to Cure "the Blurts"--great ideas for ADHD kids! (ADHD) (Teacher Inspiration)
Seven Ways to Cure "the Blurts"--great ideas for ADHD kids! Lord Help Me!
7 Ways to Cure the Blurts - this is written as a resource for teachers
classroom management - how to cure blurt outs
'Take the Time' to read this wonderful book
A book about mindfulness for anxious children - LORD how I wish this book had been available when I was an anxious wee thing!!
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Take The Time: Mindfulness for Kids // With gentle rhythms and soothing imagery, this book guides kids toward self-awareness and mindfulness. And when any old day feels topsy-turvy, mindfulness tools may help your child calm down and feel better.
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Take the time - mindfulness book for worriers
Take The Time: Mindfulness for Kids
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Take the Time: Mindfulness for Kids [Maud Roegiers] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. What do you notice when you take the time to stop, listen, and experience? This pensive and peaceful book encourages children to slow down and become deliberate with their day-to-day actions and thoughts. With gentle rhythms and soothing imagery
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I'm The Teacher That The Kids From Last Year Warned You About
Great Read a loud for the beginning of the year or when your kids get bossy on the playground.
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PICTURE BOOK The Recess Queen by Alexis O'Neill (Picture Books). This book is about Jean and she is a bully to all the other students on the playground. No one can play with anything on the playground until after Jean has played with it. She has no friends until Katie Sue comes to school and doesn't follow the rules. Jean learns to be nice and her and Katie Sue become best friends and the playground lives in peace.
POV: Looking From Third to Fourth: Must Read Mentor Text - Recess Queen & Point of View
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recess queen. good for beginning of the year read aloud
Must Read Mentor Text - Recess Queen
Mean Jean the Recess Queen runs the show on the playground until a spunky new student named Katie Sue comes along. Some people think this story is too simplistic, too good to be true. I think that it's great to show children that sometimes an act of kindness, extending the hand of friendship, can make a big change in people. Will it always work? Maybe not. Is it worth the try? Absolutely. The bright acrylic and collage illustrations and the bouncing rhyme keep this story moving towards a problem-solving conclusion. It begs to be read aloud and followed up with a discussion on why Mean Jean tried to rule recess and how Katie Sue won her over. Standing up for yourself and using your words are also good points shared in this story. Gross Motor Extension Idea: Jump Rope Rhyme (most preschoolers are not ready to jump rope, so this is a fun action rhyme) Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, turn around, Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, touch the ground Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, show your shoe Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, that will do! Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, go upstairs- Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, say your prayers- Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, turn out the lights- Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, say good-night! The children jump rope while they chant this rhyme, or they just act out the actions as the words come up in the rhyme. An example: when they say go upstairs, the child pretends to climb the stairs. www.gameskidsplay.net
Please take a minute to share...30000This is my seventeenth children’s book activities post in our new #BookaDayinMay Instagram Challenge that I’m doing with my blogging buddies at CarrieElle.com and RockaByeParents.com. The Recess Queen The Recess Queen by Alexis O’Neill is a story about a little girl named Mean Jean. Mean Jean rules the playground and no one does anything...Read More »
Must Read Mentor Text - Recess Queen & Point of View
Listening & following directions.....RJ has had a rough day...he wakes up with gum stuck in his hair, misses recess because he's late to school, earns a zero on his math homework, kicks the ball into his own team's soccer goal, and messes up Mom's kitchen with his overflowing pancake batter! With his mother's help, RJ learns that his problems happen because he doesn't listen or pay attention to directions from her, his school principal, teachers, or even his friends.
Story about listening and following instructions... sounds like it might be good for the beginning of the year.
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Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: The Worst Day of My Life Ever! My Story About Listening and Following Instructions (...or not!)
The Worst Day of My Life Ever! By Julia Cook. A Story about listening and following instructions..
The Worst Day of My Life EVER! on TeachersNotebook.com. RJ has had a rough day! He wakes up with gum stuck in his hair, misses recess because he is late to school and gets caught running in the hall, earns a zero on his math homework, kicks the ball into his own teams soccer goal, and messes up his moms kitchen with his overflowing pancake batter! K-6 readers learn the rhyming steps to the skills of listening and following instructions that can turn bad days into great one
The Worst Day of My Life Ever! By Julia Cook
list of books for classroom management
DeAnne from First Grade and Fabulous has set up an awesome linky party! She is highlighting picture books for different topics. This week she is featuring picture books for the first week of school. I have some books that I love to use the first week and I'm excited to look at the other blogs linked up to find some new favorites! I usually use my read-alouds during the first week to help us establish rules and address crucial character traits to get the year started right. Here are six of my go-to books for the first week. Creating Rules: I read Miss Nelson is Missing to introduce the importance of rules. I pretty much tell my kids that when they are well behaved I get to be the nice, fun teacher I want to be. When there are behavior problems then class is not as fun. Following Directions: I read The Worst Day of My Life Ever to emphasize how things go better for them when they actually follow directions the first time. Accepting Others: I read Odd Velvet to show that everyone is different and you may just find that someone you thought was odd can end up as your best friend. Basically, don't judge others and give everyone a chance. Being Friendly: Have You Filled a Bucket Today is one of my favorites. I read this to discuss how making others feel happy actually makes you happy too. Tattling: My little ones seem to love to tattle. I read A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue to teach them the difference between tattling and reporting. I love the catchy phrases in the book and the concept seems to really stick with them. Interrupting/ Calling Out: I read My Mouth is a Volcano to help teach my kids to use self control and not blurt out every little thought that pops into their heads.
Author: Julia Cook Illustrated by Kelsey De Weerd Interest Level: Ages 4-8 Book Website: www.juliacookonline.com Publisher: Boys Town Press Additional Resources: The Worst Day of My Life EVER! Activity Guide for Teachers; Poster Set From the Book Jacket: RJ has had a rough day...he wakes up with gum stuck in his hair, misses recess because he's late to school, earns a zero on his math homework, kicks the ball into his own team's soccer goal, and messes up Mom's kitchen with his overflowing pancake batter! With his mother's help, RJ learns that his problems happen because he doesn't listen or pay attention to directions from her, his school principal, teachers, or even his friends. This book is the first in the BEST ME I Can BE! series to teach children social skills that can make home life happier and school more successful. Tips for parents and educators on how to reinforce the skills are included. Children can also listen to the author's entertaining rendition of RJ's story on the accompanying CD. One track features the text only while a second track includes cues on when to turn the page for youngsters just learning to read. Why It's On My Bookshelf: All of author Julia Cook's books are STAPLES in my academic skills curriculum. There's a very simple reason I re-read them over and over every year - they WORK. The best way I know how to help kids overcome academic deficits is to practice these weaknesses. What better way to introduce skills then through an engaging story of a character going through the same struggle. Some kids have no problem following directions, but other kids like RJ come to school everyday with the best intentions and leave feeling down on themselves. That really breaks my heart. As an educator it's my job to help those students find success. The whole reason I started this blog is because I am finding that success through books. If we want kids to follow directions - lets teach them in a loving and supportive way. I've already been using The Worst Day of My Life Ever! to do some re-teaching around following teacher instructions. It's going to make a WORLD of difference when we come back after summer break too. Can't wait to kick off some role plays around following directions with the reinforcement of Julia Cook's latest genius. A Link to This Book and Others You Might Find Helpful:
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The Worst Day of My Life Ever! has 156 ratings and 11 reviews. Kelsey said: The Worst Day of My LIfe Ever is a picture book that tells the story of a you...
Love this and will definitely be doing this next year!
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Birthday balloons with pixie sticks for the bottom. Starts full at the beginning of the year and you get to watch the balloons "float" away as birthdays pass.
Birthday goodies on a budget: birthday balloon pixie sticks... Great idea for student birthdays!
Doing This Next Year! Cute and Affordable Pencils/Pixie Sticks For Student Birthdays!
Birthday Balloons with a Pixie Stick or curly straw for classroom birthdays
Happy Birthday Pixie Stix Balloons - Great Teacher Gift Idea
School birthday treats. Attach balloon to pixie sticks
Pixi Sticks balloon birthday gifts for students
Cute and thoughtful classroom birthday idea.
Cute party idea
Rhyming Books for Young Children
Rhyming Books for Young Children - 11 Favorites! From Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
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Rhyming Books for Young Children that help develop cognitive skills and are fun to listen to! - Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
Rhyming Books for Young Children (Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds) Website has other great resources, too!
Rhyming Books for Young Children that help develop cognitive skills and are fun to listen to! - Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds #earlyed #childcare #preschool #ECE #literacy #parenting
Rhyming Books for Preschoolers - An important part of early literacy! Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
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Rhyming Books for Young Children from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
Rhyming Picture Books for Preschoolers #book #ideas #kids
Rhyming Books for Young Children - 11 Favorites!
Fun books for kids
End of the Year - Packing Up My Year in First Grade Memory Book and Craftivity
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End of the Year - Packing Up My Year in First Grade Memory Book and Craftivity $ Idea for open house?
End of the Year - Packing Up My Year in First Grade Memory Book and Craftivity - Nicole Rios - TeachersPayTeachers.com
End of the Year - Packing Up My Year in First Grade Memory Book and Craftivity (Pre-K thru 3rd grade versions available in my store) $
End of the Year - Packing Up My Year in First Grade Memory Book and Craftivity $ cute to put all of his school work in one folder each year and sees how he grows up
End of the Year - Packing Up My Year in First Grade Memory Book and Craftivity $ Cute writing prompts for last week(s) of school and nice memento.
End of the Year - Packing Up My Year in First Grade Memory Book/portfolio?
End of the Year - Packing Up My Year Memory Book
Beginning of the year
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Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Beginning of the Year - Who's in My Family Glyphs @Emmeretta Russey this will be cute for my home and family unit in the fall
Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Beginning of the Year - Who's in My Family Glyphs. LOVE THIS!!! ALL ABOUT ME
Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Beginning of the Year - Who's in My Family Glyphs - Makes for a great bulletin board.
Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Beginning of the Year - Who's in My Family Glyphs USE: Social Studies Unit 1 Lesson 1
Family theme: Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Beginning of the Year - Who's in My Family Glyphs
Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Beginning of the Year - Who's in My Family Glyphs
Who lives in your home? glyph Great beginning of the year ideas!
Who lives in your house glyph. Beginning of school year activity
Who's in My Family? graph
teaches the value of waiting your turn to speak instead of blurting out or interrupting...I will be using this!
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Title: My Mouth is a Volcano Author: Julia Cook Genre: Picture Book, Classroom Management I would love to have this book for teaching kindergarten! This book will help students learn not to call out in class. This book would also allow different behavior management plans to come about in the classroom such as a blurt chart.
My Mouth is a Volcano!: Also Tattle Tongue and others by Julia Cook: Teaches students to manage their thoughts and words without interrupting. Great, descriptive language with some of the text as part of the illustrations. Great for developing social skills.
My Mouth is a Volcano by Julia Cook. Classroom read-aloud recommendations by Youth Literature Reviews
A great story about waiting your turn to speak and listening. Julia Cook, author, has lots of good books to help with social skills.
Poor Lindz ;) This is the way I've always described her....."My Mouth is a Volcano and it's spewing hot lava all over"..... (read alouds that teach social skills.)
My Mouth Is A Volcano! by Julia Cook (social skills)
Good site with social-emotional lesson ideas
Oh if only there were a magic wand we teachers could use to help our students magically become responsible adults! If you have the fairy dust, the magic snap, or a dream class that demonstrates responsibility all the time, you are definitely lucky. The rest of us need a toolbox full of books, apps, incentives, and a stash of stickers to encourage our young people to make appropriate decisions, and today's post is intended to help you when you're needing book choices to model appropriate behavior for your students. Alex really wants a pet iguana, so he writes a persuasive letter to his mom to convince her. This book works beautifully for modeling how to organize arguments and could provide students with ideas they might use in their own writing. If you wish to use this book, you may be able to use these freebies. Check them out to see if they would work for your needs. The second freebie includes both comprehension and writing options. Another fantastic choice for learning to be responsible comes from favorite author, David Shannon. Poor David is always having struggles, but in the end, he learns that he doesn't feel very good when he gives excuses. I think many children can relate to David's experiences, and the David books are popular choices for reading aloud in class, but using them as mentor texts for writing ideas or to model voice is even better. The resource below is not free, but it is reasonably priced. In addition to these two books, I love Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes. This story is just plain entertaining and useful for comprehension, modeling behaviors, making connections, and for modeling writing traits. Plus, there are a ton of resources available to use with it. The final author that has done a fantastic job with teaching appropriate behavior through her story plots is Julia Cook. I was lucky enough to meet Julia not once, but twice. She has visited our community multiple times, and her list of published books is growing rapidly. Julia was a guidance counselor who found a love for writing, and her books are unique and gaining in popularity. Below, I've listed a few of my favorites: Do you have a few favorites? If so, share them in the comments below. Have a happy Monday, and happy reading!
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Tattling... so need to watch at the beginning of the year!
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Tattle Questions- (rap song for kids about tattle-tales) Oh my goodness! This is exactly what kids should ask themselves before the pass on "information". Terrific!
Music Video for Tattling. "If you're not sure if you're tattling, ask these questions, then you'll see!"
tattling video/song--@Mandy Hopkins pretty sure this needs to be on the agenda for tomorrow!!! Love it!
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REALLY good tattling video/song..need to show this right away
Tattle Questions- (rap song for kids about tattle-tales)
"Don't Tattle" video!
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Little Monkey Calms Down - Book
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Control our emotions is crucial for being happy and succesful. This story is perfect to reinforce how important is to calm down. Hard cover.Book for children.Controlar nuestras emociones es crucial para ser felices y exitosos. Esta historia es perfecta para reforzar cuán importante es calmarse y luego actuar. El libro viene en inglés. Tapa dura.Libro para niños.
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Little Monkey Calms Down - Book
I saw this book mentioned on a classroom blog. It was used as a model for kids to write letters at the end of year thanking adults in the bldg for various things.
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And Here's to You! Here’s to exuberant read-alouds! This picture book ode to joy invites us to celebrate the world’s vast diversity — and feel pretty happy with our place in it, too. Here’s to the birds and the bears and the bugs! Here’s to the weird and wacky, the cute and creepy! From toothy fish to let-you-when-you’re-sleeping cats to lick-lick-lick-lick-lick-lick dogs, every creature is unique and lovable . . . especially you!
Mrs. T's First Grade...end of year letter writing book
Mrs. T's Second Grade: Friendly Letters
End of the Year Letter Writing
For teaching Friendly Letters.
Mrs. T's Second Grade: End of the Year Letter Writing
Great Websites for Read Aloud Books & Read to Me Stories
Great Websites that have FREE Read-Aloud and Read-to-Me stories for kids!