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Positive thinking affirmation cards for students promote positive self-talk. These encouragement notes build students' self-esteem and self-confidence while reminding them to focus on their personal strengths. Positive notes work well with other kindness activities and kindness challenges. Easy to p
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
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These note templates are a great way to build community in your classroom. These positive notes for any classroom build classroom community. They only come in B/W! you can print on colored paper if you choose.I plan to give out about 5 a day to students and might share them in our morning meeting. T
Included:Paper/Pencil instructions "How-To" PageDigital instructions "How-To" pageStar Student/Student of the Week instructions for students1st-6th Grade Star Student Pages (both black/white and colorful options)1st-6th Grade Student of the Week Pages (both black/white and colorful options)EDITABLE
Help students who struggle with verbal language to interact with their peers and teachers! Go beyond just requesting items and use picture communication to engage in more complex communicative social responses! This resource includes communication systems to engage students in complimenting and gree
Great for parents waiting during conferences to compliment their own child, for staff to compliment a quiet class in the hallway, for teachers to give shout outs to their own students, or for students to compliment each other or deliver to other staff members. Create a bin with the included sign and
Students can hand these compliment cards out to classmates or students in the school. They help students practice being kind and help with anti bullying. Students will love giving and receiving them! Includes a blank set for your students to come up with compliments of their own!
Are you tired of sending home the huge "All About Me" posters with your "Star Student" or "Student of the Week"? Are you looking for a fresh way to compliment your kiddos and celebrate their hard work? I created this compliment book as a way for students to honor their classmates by creating individ
Create a class compliment book as a special keepsake for the Star of the Week! Each student will use his or her page to write why the star of the week is special and draw a picture to go along with it. Before working individually, it is helpful to brainstorm as a whole class to get ideas for why the
These Compliment Cards are designed to spread kindness, encouragement, and positivity throughout your classroom. Compliment Cards help foster a positive classroom culture by building positive relationships.Teachers can give cards to students AND students can give cards to each other. Students can st
Need to encourage a student? Give him a compliment for a job well done? Recognize her for her hard work? Or simply say "You did it!!"? These cactus-themed Kudos Cards include both printable cards and JPG versions that can be used for in-person learning as well as online piano lessons or other distan
These desk tents come in two sizes and 5 different designs! Each design is in black and white! Perfect, quick way to recognize some students in your class!
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Are you looking for simple, effective ways to promote kindness in school?  Teach students how to compliment a student in their class with this easy prep, impactful SEL activity.  Your class will love giving and receiving this meaningful keepsake book from their peers!  Model how to encourage kindnes
25 CUTE COMPLIMENT CARDS to use in your classroom as a classroom or behavior management strategy! Who doesn't like receiving a compliment? Perfect for elementary through middle school students, also great in a special education classroom for students with disabilities!Students deserve to hear praise
In my classroom we are always praising each other on a job well done. Whether it is an outstanding reader's theater performance, acing a test, or showing kindness to a classmate on the playground; we enjoy showing our admiration to one another. I designed the Classroom Compliments as a way to reco
Student shout outs are an engaging way to build community in your classroom. Having the opportunity to read and write for authentic reasons is crucial. Help shape behavior by having your students write on a daily or weekly schedule about students who are showing model behaviors that you want to expa
Secret Student compliment cards are meant to encourage kindness. Suggestion 1: Have each student draw another name and that name becomes their secret student or “buddy”. They can give them a compliment card and write a special note on the back. They can do “secret” good deeds for them, etc…Suggestio
Promote positive behavior with these easy to print compliment badges for your students to WEAR! All you need is some clear, plastic nametag covers to put them in. Students love receiving these and proudly displaying them on their shirts as they go throughout their school day! Instructions, photos,
This worksheet is great for demonstrating kindness in your classroom. Students can display the paper on their desks while their peers go around the room and fill these out for each other. When they are done, students are able to keep their praises.
Compliment cards provide teachers with a quick and easy way to provide positive feedback to students. Also included are two correction cards, which alert students to make a better choice and focus their attention up front, are quick and unobtrusive ways to acknowledge and correct behaviors without d
Use Love Lanyards to love on and celebrate your students in your classroom. The purpose of these lanyards is for you to compliment your students but to allow EVERYONE in the building to see. This resource will continue to be UPDATED as new lanyard cards are added! Use them in plastic badge holders
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See the award and the compliment cards by downloading the preview. A purple (violet) heart symbolizes a sensitive, understanding and compassionate love. It honors duty and good judgment. Classroom Manners materials showcase this symbol.Caught Being Good awards are shared with children when they go a
Want an easy and simple way to reward your student? These 8 GOTCHA CARDS are great ways of praising/complimenting students for their great behavior/hard work. The cards print out to be 5.5” x 3.95” which means they can fit on cardstock found at Walmart, or simply printed on paper and cut down. A
Compliment cards provide teachers with a quick and easy way to provide positive feedback to students. Also included are two correction cards, which alert students to make a better choice and focus their attention up front, are quick and unobtrusive ways to acknowledge and correct behaviors without d

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