Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child. Awesome advice. It explains why you need to do certain things, and the child's perception of disagreements. Really really liked this.

An article about parenting strong-willed kids. I might want to refer back to this someday, I'm seeing a "strong-willed kid" in my near future :)

Greeting Students to Increase Engagement

Greeting Students

good character behavior

freebie friday and good character bingo

What a nice way to reward positive behavior and communicate with parents about something positive!

The Life of a First Grade Teacher: Achievement Badges. What a nice way to reward positive behavior, encourage community and discussion.

Why discipline is different from punishment (blog post)

Why discipline is different from punishment

"Discipline is helping a child solve a problem. Punishment is making a child suffer for having a problem. To raise problem solvers, focus on solutions, not retribution." Lots of people need to learn this !

Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands.” ― Linda Hogan, Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World

Choice Wheel.

mixedupdays: “ My school is pushing Kelso’s choice wheel, but since I have a “rockets and robots” theme in my room, I decided to draw my own. It has the exact same choices and wording, and it was a lot of fun to draw. So yesterday I made a T chart.

Corkboard Connections: Why No One Reads Your Classroom Newsletter - Great guest post by Jennifer Gonzales with 5 common flaws when writing a newsletter and tips for making it more effective.

Why No One Reads Your Classroom Newsletter

Newsletter templates to use. Corkboard Connections: Why No One Reads Your Classroom Newsletter - Great guest post by Jennifer Gonzales with 5 common flaws when writing a newsletter and tips for making it more effective.

Empathy In A (Shoe) Box - Teach your caring classroom kiddos to walk in one another's shoes {literally and figuratively} with this shoebox activity.

Empathy In A (Shoe) Box - Teach your caring classroom kiddos to walk in one another's shoes {literally and figuratively} with this shoebox activity. lots of ways to use the shoe box. walk in my shoes idea.

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