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What do you get when you combine literacy, role playing, drawing, imagination, and team collaboration based on Julia Cook's Growth Mindset book called Bubble Gum Brain? The BUBBLE GUM BRAIN GAME SHOW! This FuN!, LOW-PREP, EDITABLE, interactive lesson & game is the perfect supplement to Julia C
What do you get when you combine literacy, role playing, drawing, imagination, and team collaboration based on Julia Cook's book A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue? The Bad Case of Tattle Tongue GAME SHOW! This FuN!, LOW-PREP, EDITABLE, interactive lesson & game is the perfect supplement & to Jul
Schools everywhere are falling in love with the story Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud - and for good reason! This activity pack is geared especially toward the speech room working with elementary-aged students so that you can teach social skills and speech and language skills at onc
What do you get when you combine literacy, role playing, drawing, imagination, and team collaboration based on Julia Cook's book Bully B.E.A.N.S.? The Bully Beans GAME SHOW! This FuN!, LOW-PREP, EDITABLE, interactive lesson & game is the perfect supplement to Julia Cook's book, Bully BEANS. T
"Important Book Interactive Notebook!" By Margaret Wise Brown This resource is a reading response interactive notebook with fun, engaging activities that encourage student's to recognize their self worth and importance! From creating a superstar portrait to thinking about what objects in life are re
Cultivate empathy with this Wonder inspired empathy-building project. Use this engaging end-of-book project with your middle school students. After reading Wonder, students will choose one character from the story and delve into the point of view of this character. From their research, students will
This product can also be bought as part of a bundle: Inch and Miles Character Education Bundle Use this buildable pyramid in your classroom or school to promote character education. It is designed to be used as a book companion to Inch and Miles the Journey to Success. This product include
What do you get when you combine a high-interest topic with a book that focuses on good choices and character? A Boys' Leadership Book Club! The Middle School Rules by Brian Urlacher is the story (based on his real life) of Brian Urlacher, former Chicago Bears' lineman for 13 years, MVP, and pro-bow
Origami Yoda is a great book club title for upper elementary and middle school boys. Explore topics of social skills, accepting self, developing self-confidence, peer relationships, and bullying/conflict. The 29 page activity pack includes student job sheets, pre and post tests, a session guide, a t
Purchase this PDF book club activity pack to address anxiety, bullying, or friendship themes with upper elementary or middle school students. This 22-page PDF book club activity pack includes: o Mr. Terupt Session Overview o Mr. Terupt Themes/Question Guide Sheet o Group Name and Rules Sheet o St
"The scary thing about girls is that they are not boys."Alvin's grandparents had come from China where his great-grandfather was a courageous hero who fought tigers and lions in his garden. Alvin didn't seem to take after them. He had his own LONG list of scary things that included things like girls
I had the pleasure of being a guest on a TPT podcast! Thank you so much for having me on your show, Rachel Davis!! The link for the show is below! After talking about how much I love growth mindset, on the show, I realized that I don't have a growing bundle with all of them! So here it is... :) Th
Suicide is devastating. No matter what the cause or circumstance suicide leaves a wreck of emotions, guilt, blame, and shame in it's wake.Read this author's journey who lost not just one-, but two beloved brothers to suicide years apart. Travel in her footsteps to understand the heart wrenching last
This bundle includes all of my current newspapers and the ones I make in the future! (Up to 45) At the bottom of the list, I have listed which newspapers are in the works and will posted within the next month. The Creative Writing Newspapers thus far include: -Charlotte’s Web (1 page) Charlotte's
I often use bibliotherapy to connect literacy to the therapeutic work I do with students. Many of my students have never read a whole book before and say they hate reading. Using this worksheet, I have helped them to enjoy connecting with a text. I created this reflection to encourage students to en
Have the Tattle Prince pay a visit to your classroom with this Full-Sized (25" x 30") poster and activity product.Keep the Tattle Rules poster up in the classroom for a quick and easy reminder for your students. Super easy to create with just printing, cutting, gluing, and laminating (for durabilit
Two novels that will bring fun and family into your classroom!#1 The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy by Jeanne BirdsallHave you ever been on a vacation that you and your family still talk about? Well, the Penderwicks did! It isn't exactly what they
How can we get a true understanding of what it's like to live with a mental illness? In this resource students will go deeper and beyond textbooks and the DSM in order to try to understand the human element behind the disorders. Structured as a lit circle project, students will read young-adult lite
**This product works best as a printable**Easy-to-play game that helps open a discussion on empathy!This game board has 24 empathy questions that can be used with any fiction story or book that your students are reading. Students roll a die and move through the spaces to the finish line. Every pla
Mental Health Matters A Lot! For those who strive to maintain a healthy mental state, the balance is ongoing. And for many diagnosed with mental disorders this challenge is ultra demanding. This guide is aimed at three distinct audiences:(1) Folks who want ideas for balancing life stress;(2) Caregiv
This introduction to the book El Deafo will whet your students' appetites for more reading! The video link to Cece Bell's description of the book is hilarious! She's a genius! Enjoy!
I found the book, "What Would She Do", at our school book fair this year. I instantly saw endless opportunities for character development lessons to use with our 5th grade girls. I plan to use these lessons during our “classroom meetings” weekly. Below is how I plan to implement the lessons in this
This resource is a perfect companion for The Good Egg! Help your students build their coping skills through this resource with:•Nine total different worksheets to help your students build coping skills.•Two extra worksheets with lined spaces for writing if preferred.•Black and white options for all
Students should be taught to operate with a set of open-minded values so they will start *Thinking for themselves, as compared to accepting unquestioningly what others believe. *Welcoming the opportunity to explore new ideas, points of view and possibilities. *Weighing ideas based on their merits

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