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Important reminders :)

Letter to students on classroom wall. From Tupelo Honey: My Classroom. Change this to my children Love,Mom

Character Education Banner - When you enter this classroom ...Decorate your classroom with this bright, colorful CHALK banner. This purchase includes one JPEG image which you can upload and print on a vinyl banner. Step-by-step instructions for uploading this image to Vistaprint.com are provided; however, it can also be printed at other places like Staples and Office Max.

CHALK - Classroom Decor: SMALL BANNER, When You Enter this Classroom

Character Education Banner - When you enter this library .Decorate your classroom with this bright, colorful CHALK banner.

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Student Rights and Responsibilities - a great way to connect the ideas of citizens rights & responsibilities to the classroom and make learning relatable to students.

bunch of different teacher pages- organization, lesson planning, sped stuff, supports

Good idea and graphics- Informal rubric for all to see hung in art room so no questions of what is expected.from There's a Dragon in my Art Room: A Happy Art Room

Love that the idea of getting the students to sign it for student ownership.

"class rules with student signatures -- first day of school" . this is a good idea. I love the idea of having the kids sign it.

Chalkboard Sign: When you enter this classroom by PrinsArt on Etsy

Chalkboard Sign: "When you enter this classroom" - I would also add "you are literary scholars"! I've never heard anyone call students that until college, but I absolutely love it and it's TRUE!

Next year..

Teacher classroom sign When you enter this classroom. teacher school gift end of the year christmas teacher appreciation thank you sign

Wonderful way to start the new year!  We just finished this school year today and I saw this post and can't wait to get my new kids so we can try this.

Bucket Filler or Bucket Dipper (Peacemaker or Peacebreaker~ I can hear myself asking a student, "Which one do you want to be, a peaceMaker or a peaceBreaker?" Love this idea!