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This product contains eight character trait activity sheets. These sheets go along with my product "Superpower Character Trait Posters." Character trait heroes include: Responsibility Reggie, Respect Renee, Courage Carlos, Kindness Keisha, Self-Discipline Steve, Integrity Isabel, Perseverance Pam,
This 14 page EDITABLE Funny Spanish Video Activities Bundle is perfect for all Spanish Two through advanced Spanish classes. These 14 entertaining video quizzes help students determine which emoji they are, what their hidden talents are, what their ideal pets are, who they will marry, what their fu
This product is an activity for students to complete after using What’s My Superpower? as a read aloud. Students will explore their ideas about what makes them special. The book is written by Canadian Inuk author, Aviaq Johnston, and is set in Nunavut. It has a great message and also offers an oppor
Printable Positive Psychology Cards, Superpowers Cards, Growth Mindset Activities - Eng and PT | INSTANT DOWNLOADFounded on the principles of Positive Psychology, these cards seek to initiate and encourage positive thinking, self-confidence, and awareness. An invaluable tool to open up dialogue, cre
Superhero SuperPOWER....DIFFERENTIATED ten frame activities and printables. Use these 10 AND 20 frames to teach and reinforce counting quickly, count groups of numbers and to recognize number 1-10 and 11-20. This packet includes 2 different styles of games boards for more learning fun! Also incl
A super "get to know you" writing activity for the beginning of the year or for an introduction into opinion writing. Students can color their choice of a superhero boy or superhero girl while choosing what super power they would like to have and their reasoning for that choice. These can be used as
Use either your own periodic tables, or print the one given.Students will be using periodic tables to figure out the Symbols, Atomic Mass, and Atomic Numbers for multiple elements. Then, they will use the symbols to spell out fun words.
The Day I Lost My Superpowers by Kris Di Giacomo & Michael Escoffier takes students on a journey through exploring their imagination, strengths, uniqueness and family importance. This book companion offers activities for students to reflect upon the story's message with reading and writing activ
Especially helpful for back to school, this activity is a fun way to help students get to know each other. Students will create a superhero logo that represents one of their strengths or something that they like about themselves. Ask students what they know about superheroes. Ask what superpowers
Sharpening superpowers takes practice, just like learning multiplication. Help your kids practice multiplication tables 1-12, solve word problems, and more with Multiply Your Superpowers. As they learn about working hard to get stronger, practicing to get faster, exercising their brains and muscles,
This worksheets allows students to illustrate and describe their superpower. I used this worksheet after reading the book "Small Saul" to teach students about their own unique strengths that they should be proud of.
In this activity, the students choose which of 8 different 'super powers' they'd like to have if they were a super hero. They then fill in sections of a 'super hero cape' to show how much of each power they would choose (ex: If they would really like the 'invisibility' power, they could fill in 8 s
Looking for a super fun activity to help teach inferencing while keeping students engaged? This activity + Task Cards gives students a chance to learn all about inferencing as a whole group then break off and read rigorous scenarios and use their inferencing skills and prior knowledge to figure out
In this activity, students will get their creative juices flowing by creating a "recipe" of what is takes to be a super power country in the world. The recipe contains the characteristics of the country but is written out like a recipe for baking a cake, making soup, etc.
SpringBoard - Grade 6 - Personal Narrative - Unit 1-Activity 1.4 My Superpowers by Dan GreenburgThis is an activity slide show to help go along with the SpringBoard activity. This is a modified activity I created for my special education students. These slides include the learning targets for 1.4 wh
These five senses worksheets, games and craft activities are hands-on, kid friendly and fun! Children will explore the science topic of the five senses whilst developing skills such as sorting, classifying, labeling, writing and creating. Activities Include:CRAFTS* Templates for a male and female po
These get to know you questions are the perfect way to get to know your students this back to school season. It's the perfect ice-breaker for students to share and get to know each other!This resource is a part of the Virtual Teacher Toolkit where you will get even more virtual and digital resources
Establishing a strong and trusting rapport with your students in the first week and beyond is critical to creating a positive and effective learning environment. Understanding your students’ strengths, challenges and social emotional needs will lead to a more productive and safe classroom setting.
Worry Group Counseling Curriculum - Find your inner superhero to manage your worries! These 8 highly-engaging, fun lessons will help your students identify worries and learn and practice calming strategies and coping skills to deal with worry. Your students will love finding their own inner superher
Empathy? What's that?! Oh, you mean that thing where people should consider what it's like to walk in someone else's shoes? **Insert obligatory comment from students wanting to trade shoes.**This lesson provides a nice, brief concrete activity to help demystify that abstract life skill we call empat
This Superhero kindness activity and craft is a variation on bucket fillers and a fun way to build classroom community. It also makes a unique Valentine's Day mailbox! Use it during back to school, random acts of kindness RAK week, end of the year, or anytime to foster friendships and build classroo
Establishing a strong and trusting rapport with your students in the first week and beyond is critical to creating a positive and effective learning environment. Understanding your students’ strengths, challenges and social emotional needs will lead to a more productive and safe classroom setting. T
Counseling Wisdom offers this activity pack to help your students celebrate Red Ribbon Week and Bully Prevention! The emphasis for all of the activities is helping students use self-control to make choices that are safe and healthy.37 pages provide lessons for students in grades K-4th grade. Includ
Are you trying to build and foster a growth mindset in your classroom? This packet can help get you off to a great start and set the stage for setting goals and monitoring and adjusting them through the school year (and hopefully a lifetime). This can be used for any subject area and really any e

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