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Having a Star of the Week or Star Student to spotlight in your class each week is a great way to build community and student self-esteem, as well as encourage leadership responsibilities in the classroom.This resource includes detailed instructions and suggestions for what you can do in your classro
This classroom community building resource is perfect for the first weeks back to school. Your students will learn about the importance of compliments, the difference between physical & non-physical compliments, and have the opportunity to share compliments with each of their classmates. This ac
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Teach your students the power of giving compliments with this bright, cheerful set. Each year, my students work on compliments all year long. I set up a corner of my room with the compliments posters and copies of the post cards, along with a bin (with bin label, included) to put the completed pos
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This end-of-the-year book is a great way to remember a few happenings from throughout the year and to give classmates compliments or affirmations before leaving for the summer months. Each student completes the first eight pages like a memory book. Topics include: This year I felt like a super hero
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This end-of-the-year book is a great way to remember a few happenings from throughout the year and to give classmates compliments or affirmations before leaving for the summer months. Each student completes the first eight pages like a memory book. Topics include: This year I felt like a super hero
In an ideal classroom, all students’ voices are heard and all voices are part of the learning process. An important part of our job is to create a positive classroom environment where students are engaged in dynamic conversations with each other – actively listening, responding, asking questions, a
How I used this product: I used this as a homework assignment before Valentine’s Day. Then on Valentine’s Day I gave each student a white lunch bag with their name on it. We sat in a circle and rotated the bags through the room. Using their homework sheet each student wrote about the student who’
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This end-of-the-year book is a great way to remember a few happenings from throughout the year and to give classmates compliments or affirmations before leaving for the summer months. Each student completes the first eight pages like a memory book. Topics include: This year I felt like a super hero
Each student can write a compliment to their classmates on this adorable heart decorated 8.5" x 11" sheet. Print one for each student in your class and let them exchange hand written compliments to each other. This is a nice alternative to buying commercially printed Valentines.
These slips are a cute and simple way to encourage your students to "fill each other's buckets" with compliments! They go perfectly with the read-aloud "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" or can be used by themselves to promote kindness in your classroom. Simply print enough copies so that each stud
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This end-of-the-year book is a great way to remember a few happenings from throughout the year and to give classmates compliments or affirmations before leaving for the summer months. Each student completes the first eight pages like a memory book. Topics include: This year I felt like a super hero
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This end-of-the-year book is a great way to remember a few happenings from throughout the year and to give classmates compliments or affirmations before leaving for the summer months. Each student completes the first eight pages like a memory book. Topics include: This year I felt like a super hero
Students write their name on the line Dear _______________, and then everyone in class passes around the paper and adds a compliment in one box. At the end, everyone in the class will have given a compliment! The kids love reading what their classmates think about them and also enjoy doing the act
These slips are a cute and simple way to encourage your students to "fill each other's buckets" with compliments! They go perfectly with the read-aloud "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" or can be used by themselves to promote kindness in your classroom. Simply print enough copies so that each stud
This Word Document "Sweet Tweets" is a two-sided card students use to send their classmates compliments. A card is passed around the class for every student. At the end of the activity, each student receives a card with a personal compliment from every person in the class. Perfect for Valentines D
These slips are a cute and simple way to encourage your students to "fill each other's buckets" with compliments! They go perfectly with the read-aloud "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" or can be used by themselves to promote kindness in your classroom. Simply print enough copies so that each stud
This is an interactive bulletin board to help keep the classroom positive and students feeling good! When a student wants to compliment a classmate for something they did, they can choose from 6 brightly colored half sheets with one of the following sayings; Star Student Your Special Jump for J
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These slips are a cute and simple way to encourage your students to "fill each other's buckets" with compliments! They go perfectly with the read-aloud "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" or can be used by themselves to promote kindness in your classroom. Simply print enough copies so that each stud
These slips are a cute and simple way to encourage your students to "fill each other's buckets" with compliments! They go perfectly with the read-aloud "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" or can be used by themselves to promote kindness in your classroom. Simply print enough copies so that each stud
These slips are a cute and simple way to encourage your students to "fill each other's buckets" with compliments! They go perfectly with the read-aloud "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" or can be used by themselves to promote kindness in your classroom. Simply print enough copies so that each stud
These slips are a cute and simple way to encourage your students to "fill each other's buckets" with compliments! They go perfectly with the read-aloud "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" or can be used by themselves to promote kindness in your classroom. Simply print enough copies so that each stud
How can we as teachers acknowledge kids' good choices in the classroom simply and easily? How can we show appreciation to children who are respectful and hardworking on a daily basis? For me, one of the simplest solutions has been the use of compliment slips. I typed up a number of tasks that I want
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COMPLI-MITTENS ROCK!This bulletin board is SUPER CUTE and a fun way for your students to spread kindness this season! Simply, the students will write the name of the student they wish to compliment. ( You may want to choose names randomly so that ALL are students are included. By doing this, stude
Teach your students the true meaning of the season by showing them how each classmate is a gift to your class. Family letter, directions, pictures, compliment cards, and follow up sheet included.

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