Starting the month of February with R.A.K.! (Random Acts of Kindness)I created this letter to inform parents of The Kindness Challenge and the activities that will be taking place inside of the classroom. The purpose of this letter is to get parents involved and excited about the challenge.
What better time to teach kindness and empathy than the present? Jump on board the kindness revolution and add some color to your classroom with these powerful banners and posters. This Kindness Kit includes:- The trending "Throw Kindness Like Confetti" d
Teach your students to have empathy in the classroom! Bring empathy lessons and kindness into your classroom with these empathy quotes and reflection activities. These positive messages are perfect to display in your classroom and on a bulletin board.
Classroom Expectations and Belief Subway Art: We Believe
These belief statements can change an entire classroom culture. Rather than introducing or creating ‘class rules’, these basic tenants are ideals my class holds about our classroom, our work together, and the wo
Create your own "Kindness Bulletin Board" and encourage kindness and random acts of kindness in your classroom with these posters and activities. Great for back to school and all year long! Click to see all the posters included.
Need classroom management ideas for students who are chatty, blurt out, interrupt, and just talk non-stop all day long? Here are 23 ways I stop students from blurting out in my elementary classroom. By The Pinspired Teacher
Promote kindness in the school classroom with these fun and unique kindness posters. Hang them in your classroom or the school hallway to remind students every day about the importance of kindness and how you treat others.
Do you need some fresh ideas for the 100th day of school? This packet is so much fun to complete on the 100th day! Your students will be engaged in math activities, literacy activities, headbands, and a craft! These activities are perfect for first and second grade students who celebrate 100 days of school.
Teachers, You Must Send This Letter Home on the First Day of School!