Toothpaste Squirt Lesson for teaching kids not to be rude and put down others....OMG  I did this on the first day of school and it really stuck with the kids

Teaching Children Not to Be Rude!

Toothpaste Squirt Lesson for teaching kids not to be rude and put down others. Simple, but fantastic idea! Could be a great FHE lesson!

Do you teach your students about growth mindset? These notes from the teacher are the perfect complement to my other growth mindset products, including my affirmation posters, flip books, and growth mindset privacy office! Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 24 notes will reinforce your students for incorporating growth mindset concepts into their lives!

Growth Mindset: Notes from the Teacher

Do you teach your students about growth mindset? These notes from the teacher are the perfect complement to my other growth mindset products, including my affirmation posters, flip books, and growth mindset privacy office! Easy to use for teachers and s

Leave personal notes on students' desks with dry erase markers when you know you are going to have a sub the next day or if you just want to show them some extra love!!!!

Leave personal notes on students' desks with dry erase markers when you know you are going to have a sub the next day or if you just want to show them some extra love! Communication is key! Dry Erase markers wash off of desks in a SNAP!

disorders - diagnoses in children

Overlapping behavioral characteristics of FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders) and related mental health diagnoses in children. Share with teachers.

Morning Meeting Question of the Day - Table Top Tuesday - What have you noticed about your classmate's character?

Table Top Tuesday: Pick a student below and write something you've noticed about their character on their desk with a dry erase marker.

{Free} Groups Anchor Chart to help students understand expectations when working with groups.

First Week in First Grade: Expectations and Anchor Charts Students began working in partners (and groups) this week. This poster was a perfect reminder for them on the expectations of working with classmates.

Love this idea! While students are working problems, walk around the room with a handful of green pens. When someone finishes the problems correctly, they get a green star and a green pen. Now they are qualified to coach and star papers for other students, and so on, until everyone is done.

While students are working problems, walk around the room with a handful of green pens. When someone finishes the problems correctly, they get a green star and a green pen. Now they are qualified to coach and star papers for other students, and so on, unt

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How to Have Meaningful Classroom Conversations

How to use discussion starters or discussion cards to have meaningful classroom conversations, teach listening and speaking skills, and create a strong classroom community.

Teach kids about friendship and bullies with the book Stick and Stone. Your students will love this back to school read-aloud.

BOOK Stick and Stone by Beth Ferry and Tom Lightenheld. Teach kids about friendship and bullies with the book Stick and Stone. Your students will love this back to school read-aloud.

Use a dotter or dot stickers to fill up the "gumball machine". When full, give the class a special treat.

Classroom management: Use a Bingo "dotter" or dot stickers to fill up the "gumball machine". When full, give the class a special treat.

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