Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom-Teach your students how to give and receive compliments. A great activity to build character for your classroom. Perfect for any grade, this character development activity is sure to be a hit an
Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom
Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom-Teach your students how to give and receive compliments. A great activity to build character for your classroom. Perfect for any grade, this character development activity is sure to be a hit and
Building a community around each and every one of your students creates a place where all everone feels welcomed and respected. Read how creating a community full of character and student dialogue. Build a web of kindness
Quiet turtles classroom management strategy that kids LOVE! Lots of wonderful behavior management strategies to help with a noisy talkative class. I like the title strategy. Usable for short classes like Sunday School
How to teach kindness? Start with an empty wreath. when you observe your kids perform an act of kindness, add a ribbon to the wreath! Let them choose the color and help them tie it. as the year progresses, watch the wreath become more and more colorful!
Time Management Social-Emotional Learning Lessons How to teach kids' empathy? Make an empathy bracelet with empathy beads to show respect and awareness of other's feelings. This busy bag activity is based on the book, Quick as a Cricket.
Inside you will find a FREE poster to display in your classroom. This poster is a great way to remind your students to be KIND. This poster can be found in a larger set by clicking ⟶ Classroom Expectations Posters Included are color
Building character in our classrooms is as important as teaching students to read. Without meaningful interactions with peers, learning breaks down and teaching becomes a struggle. Here are a few ways we have built character throughout the year.
Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom: Teaching kindness to kids is more important than ever before. With just a little investment of time, our classrooms, schools — and even the world — can become a much kinder place!