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  • Barbara Corder

    Misc. Ideas For Teachers: provide blank leaves for kids to write positive things they see others doing. Reward both parties. This tree could be neat if you start off with all the kids names on it and as each child makes an achievement a leaf is taken and put in a basket under the tree until all the leaves are off and it is bare then use it again in revers for spring helping them to see the seasonal changes

  • Kim Savage

    cute incentive ideas for school - love the giving tree!

  • Angela Carmona

    classroom ideas - Google Search

  • Beth Jed Shermoen

    Students add a leaf with a description when they see other students doing something nice. A great addition is the book, The Giving Tree.

  • Jessica Lynn

    The Giving Tree (Bulletin Board Idea)

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