These classroom cheers help motivate and the recognize the effort of each child. Create a caring safe and supportive classroom environment by encouraging student success. Cut the cards out, laminate them and place them on a ring. Have students choose a cheer to recognize a fellow classmate. Check out more ideas on www.diaryofateachaholic.blogspot.com
I use Cheers in my room too, but this set offers some new ones I don't have. Thanks for sharing these.
August 24, 2012
So creative! You can choose the ones you love (and there WILL be some you love) and use them as part of a positive classroom community. I really like how she has the students involved in cheering for each other.
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