This lesson plan helps students to understand the meaning of respect. How to show and have respect for others and themselves is part of the lesson. Using your manners is also included. 7 ways to show your respect is covered, as well as examples of respect. Fun "Respect Tree" group project activity i
I have updated this product with one black and white version. This is finally the exact rule display that is in my classroom.Displaying classroom rules and expectations is essential in a successful classroom. Please see the lesson plan attached in the file to see how I implement these as a tool in m
Everything you need to teach your students about Bucket Filling is included in this bundle! Lesson plans, posters, suggested reading and a guide to an interactive classroom display that will get kids involved in a life of bucket filling! A student-friendly PowerPoint is also included that explains
This READY TO USE (NO PREP) social-emotional learning lesson is based on the book, Stellaluna, and addresses the SEL / character education curriculum concepts of DIVERSITY, TOLERANCE, SELF-ESTEEM, RESPECT, & ACCEPTANCE OF DIFFERENCES IN OTHERS. It includes 23 slides and links to 4 videos to util
I love using Lilly at the beginning of each school year to talk about the difference between being respectful and disrespectful, especially in a school setting. This download is also great to use as a unique "all about me" activity. Page 1: Students complete a reflection page about how Lilly did or
Back to School Pennant Emoji Style Rules, Expectations, Positive Behavior, Character Education
★This pennant is loads of fun. You can use it in your classroom, as well as in the the special area subjects - computers/technology, physical education, health, music, art, and in the media center/librar
Respect is an important character trait, or skill to have. In my classroom we have what we call community time. This is the perfect time to teach about this character trait and make it count! It is designed to be used in a weekly setting. However, all of the worksheets are individualized and can be
Students will explore the POWER of Super Heroes within themselves and how the power to choose can lead to super abilities. This is a great accompanying activity for What Should Danny Do? Students will be writing to explain how each character trait affects their P.O.W.E.R to choose and sharing th
Turn your elf craft project into more than just an art lesson by having students draw elves that show good character traits. Giving kids drawing help for your next elf art project will be easy with how to draw pages that give choices and drawing tips. Just read your favorite elf book and use the dra
This interactive presentation will teach children all about how to be respectful in the lunchroom. It provides a child-friendly definition of respect and concrete examples showing kids what respect to yourself, others, the lunchroom and things in the lunchroom looks like and sounds like.
This interactive PowerPoint presentation will teach children all about how to be respectful in the library. It provides a child-friendly definition of respect and concrete examples showing kids what respect to yourself, others, the library and things in the library looks like and sounds like.
This classroom lesson shows students the difference between Responsible Rex and Messy Jessy. Students will brainstorm how to show they can be like Responsible Rex in a variety of locations like in the classroom, in the hallway, in the cafeteria etc. This is a great match for PBIS to teach students
Personal space is an imperative social skill for children in elementary school to learn and practice. Learning about and keeping good personal space supports children who need more support engaging successfully in everyday interactions and in personal relationships with peers and adults, as well as
Use this resource to teach your students about having respect for adults, peers and self. This fun set includes both hands on and higher level thinking activities, with appropriate visual supports. Perfect for visual learners and social skills groups.The following activities/worksheets/visuals are i
Use this resource to teach your students about having respect for adults, peers and self. This fun set includes both hands on and higher level thinking activities, with appropriate visual supports. Perfect for visual learners and social skills groups.The bundle includes:1. Social narrative "I Am Res
Teaching students how to treat classroom library books with respect can be a challenging task. Students will learn and understand the importance of treating books with respect from reading and discussing this unique story. This is the perfect way to teach your students to not fold book pages, have c
After teaching procedures or a lesson on respect, students can reflect on the lesson by demonstrating how respect is shown throughout the parts of the school. This can easily be leveled by having students draw a picture or write a sentence in each box.
Life Labs is a curriculum intended to help students of all ages and abilities develop and learn life skills for every area of life. This easy-to-follow curriculum is tailored to your needs as a teacher, as well as the learning needs of your students. By providing interactive PowerPoints and activit
New to Digital learning or remote learning?Curious about hyperdocs? Check out my YouTube video to learn How To Use HyperDocs.This hyperdoc teaches students all about respect. They will watch a video about what it is and how to show it. Then, they will will about how people act that have this charact
This interactive PowerPoint presentation will teach children all about how to be respectful in Music Class. It provides a child-friendly definition of respect and concrete examples showing kids what respect to yourself, others, the music classroom and things in the music classroom looks like and so
Showing respect for others is important to maintain friendships and healthy relationships. Here’s a fun way to spark up a conversation about respect and what it means to your students! Simply roll the dice and whatever number your student lands on, ask them the accompanying statement about respect.
This sheet can be used as a mini quiz or summary to a respect unit or lesson. Students are asked to evaluate several situations and respond if they were respectful or not. Also, students are given a scenario and asked to show how they could solve the problem in a respectful way.
Asking good questions is a cornerstone of learning and living. 5 Steps to Asking Good Questions features 5 categories for developing good questions, with exploratory points for each one. Learning how to ask good questions is a cornerstone of learning and living. It's a practice we use every day. So