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Teacher of Scholars: Anchor Chart Preview and Math Strategies.  This is great!  I really want my students to be successful in small groups and this will definitely help me teach them.

This is another example of a anchor chart that shows group work expectations. I really want my students to be successful in small groups and this will definitely help me teach them.

Wish my kindergarten teacher had this, would have saved me from being teased so much since I thought telling on someone even if they were picking on me was tattling, which would mean I'd have to wear a raccoon tail clipped to my pants the rest of the day if I tattled.

This Tattling vs. Reporting Poster would not be a bad thing to have in your classroom, so situations like this happen to your students they'll have an idea of how to handle it before coming to you.

Day 1: Being Bucket Fillers

Day 1: Being Bucket Fillers

"Bucket Fillers" is a classroom strategy used to help build a sense of community in the classroom by having student's "fill" other classmates "buckets" with compliments, kindness, confidence boosters, etc. Student's are encouraged to be "Bucket Fillers" (

The power of cultivating a growth mindset...

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Great chart for developing self-esteem in the classroom. A damaged self-esteem can wreck your career and harm your relationships. You can turn your life around by working on your self-esteem, and this guide will give you all the resources you need.

Love this anchor chart- and the term "guest teacher" instead of sub.

Making Guest Teacher Days Run Smoothly

Progress Reports for your Friday Folders!

Reporting Behavior in the Classroom

Progress Reports for your Friday Folders!adjust for middle school, but this would be a good thing to have on file for parent-teacher conferences

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