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from another pinner (sounds good to me!): This is the printable chart I use... in conjunction with the other pin in this section (the file folder system). This sheet gets stapled on the outside of the file folder. :)
A great new photo checklist. Its 50 photos to take with your kids! Great ideas for everyday DIY family photography. It would be neat to make a goal and check off a few or more each week. Then when your child's birthday comes around you can create a photobook with all these special photos. Perfect for 365 project or 52 week photography projects. :)
Coloring Behavior Chart/ communication with parents, perfect for the busy parent that don't get a chance to pop into my classroom to look at my daily behavioral chart, have the kids at the end of the day come look for their name and color in the happy face the color they were on the chart ( blue- outstanding, green- good day, white-ready to learn, yellow- warning, red- parent contact
Love & Logic: Change the wording of what you ask the kids to do and become more effective. This is true of working with adults as well.. It's all perspective. Change accusatory you statements, into action-packed I-statements and foster results
The app world is ever changing – especially for kids, tweens, and teens. As a parent, you need to be the one to consider your child’s maturity level and trustworthiness, and then decide how much you’re willing to risk exposing your children to. #parenting #apps #technology
Make your own class lift-the-flap book! Kids LOVE a lift-the-flap book with their own picture in it. A great project for the beginning of the school year.