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Ready to boost the respect your students have for their classroom, increase the ownership they have for their learning space, and connect classroom jobs to the real world? This Classroom Economy Toolkit has everything you need. This toolkit includes everything you need to set up engaging classroom jobs that allow students to independently take ownership of their learning space by helping with meaningful daily tasks that make them feel like an important and valuable member of your classroom commu
If you want to build a strong and caring classroom community then this Random Acts of Kindness activity is for you! Your students will become engaged and excited to perform many random acts of kindness in your classroom, and in the school community. There is minimal prep on the teacher's part. This is perfect for Random Acts of Kindness Week too!This high interest Random Acts of Kindness resource includes:→Acts of Kindness Activity Board (1-page) →Acts of Kindness Task Cards (16 total; 4-pages)
It's that time of year again! Time for the 100th Day of School and Valentine's Day! One of the things that confounded me for a few years was how to acknowledge and celebrate the 100th Day of School and Valentine’s Day when they so often occur close to one another (if not on the same day! My desire to find a way to combine these two special days resulted one year in 100 Acts of Kindness. It keeps us thinking about 100, but it also encourages thoughtful actions in service to others. Valentine card
Here is a freebie to assist students in your classroom who have Autism. I would print out the schedule and picture symbols on cardstock. (If helpful, print out two schedule cards and then glue them to the back of each other) Then I would cut out each symbol and the schedule card. Laminate each piece, then stick the velcro adhesive to the symbols and the schedule card. =) ENJOY! I use individual and classroom visual picture schedules EVERY MINUTE OF EVERYDAY in my classroom! **Used in a Cen
Have you tried Project-Based Learning in your classroom? It's completely changed the way I teach, and the level of engagement from my students is amazing! This packet includes everything you need to put on a real market at school with your students. As part of this Project-Based Learning task, your students will learn how to: - Design a business plan - Develop a product - Write a budget - Apply for a loan - Create advertising - Host a market - Give charitably All activities are tied to Califo
Our students CAN make a difference in their own lives, their school, and their community, so why not challenge them to do so with a new project?BE THE CHANGE is your solution! Designed with the Genius Hour methodology in mind, Be the Change is an inquiry-based, research-driven long-term project in which students identify a problem they feel passionately about changing for the better. They then proceed to learn about the issue, write about the issue, share what they've learned with others, give
The Kindness Calendar is a year long calendar that includes 120 random acts of kindness and is a perfect way to incorporate character education into your classroom! Teachers are great role models, so let's teach our students how to be kind by doing acts of kindness in the classroom! The calendar comes jam packed with great ideas on how to spread kindness around your school, and even includes certificates and resources to assist with the calendar. The best part, this calendar is EDITABLE and the
Community Service Projects - Project Based Learning This product will be useful in helping you find ways to reach out to your community and help in doing for others. I know that it is a goal of many schools to reach out to their local community and see how they can help others. These acts of kindness can make such a difference in the life of another. Please use these pages to help get you started. Let me know if you have any other ideas and I will add them if possible. Here is a look at th
Need a quick explanation of speech therapy for a staff in-service or parent informational meeting? Then this is what you are looking for! This powerpoint presentation designed for use by a speech-language pathologist, and contains a brief overview of speech-language therapy in the school setting. It briefly discusses what speech-language therapy is, what a SLP does, the definition of communication, some types of communication disorders and resulting effects on a student's school life, and wh
PreK - 12th, Staff
Secret Santa Writer's Workshop Unit is a classroom community building service unit and writing unit. Students will become a "Secret Santa" for another student in the class. Students will have 10 writing prompts to write letters to their Secret Santa. They will also have 4 accountability writing prompts in which they report their acts of service to their teacher. At the end of the unit, the students reveal their Secret Santa with a fun activity!Best of all? This unit has just been REVISED to incl
Send your students on a secret mission to help teach them about random acts of kindness! This Random Acts of Kindness Challenge assigns each student a friend for the week. They will complete random acts of kindness while keeping it a secret! At the beginning of the week, give the students their secret mission. The students will be assigned another student in the class for whom to perform random acts of kindness. They record their act each day and then reveal their identity at the end of the wee
Build a strong and caring classroom community and help students make an active and positive difference in their world by encouraging intentional and active kindness amongst students, both inside and outside the classroom!Ready to print 'n go, this resource challenges students to perform 30 intentional acts of kindness in 30 days. These practical actions can be implemented today to help others feel valued, appreciated, and loved.Search the hashtag #kindnessnation to find free resources from many
Picture set of 6 (similar to that featured in the CELF) with 55 directionsTerms include:Inclusion/exclusion terms (All, except, all but, and)Location terms (Between, separated, left)Sequencing terms (First, second, last, next, third, fourth)Temporal terms (After, before, same time, then)If you enjoy this resource also check out:
Use this fun Super Hero Buddy Page to get to know your buddies from another grade! Or use it to get to know another friend in class! You get four legal size pages. One is for a girl/girl buddy, a boy/boy buddy, boy/girl and a girl/boy buddy. **Prints on legal size paper.***
PreK - 12th
Start your Leadership class or Student Council off on a successful year with this introductory unit filled with enough student-centered, get-them-thinking activities to use for 2-3 years before any repeats- great if students are in student government year after year! Then, culminate student learning and growth with a campus-wide Kindness Project to kick off a positive year.This unit kit comes in both print PDF and digital for Google Slides!************************************Greatness is maximiz
This is an application for students wanting to run for student council. It asks for information such as other extracurricular responsibilities, grades in current classes and their intentions for becoming involved in student government.
These Christmas ornaments are a great way to get your students thinking about others during the holiday season. Using the Christmas ornament templates provided, they will write a note to someone - either thanking or complimenting them. String them together and you have a positive garland to hang in your classroom!Students could also think of a family member, friend, classmate, staff member, etc. who deserves a gift for the holiday. They can use the writing pages to describe the gift, who it i
This idea was inspired by The Kindness and Justice Challenge proposed by Martin Luther King III and Coretta Scott King in 1999 through an organization called The intent of the challenge is to keep Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream alive for children following MLK Day and into the future. The resources in this packet may be used within your own classroom, grade level, or school. Students receive a “brick wall” page and begin collecting data on acts of k & j that they do. Eac
Are you a teacher that has had enough with the bad behavior and chaos? Or maybe you are a new teacher that is searching for exactly what do when it comes to classroom management? Wherever you are in your teaching career, this book is here to help you with your ENTIRE classroom management plan.================================================================Save BIG by purchasing this in the Classroom Management MEGA Bundle! Get every classroom management resource in my store together along with a
In the "Secret Service Group," students become "Secret Agents" who are given specific missions to do Random Acts of Kindness throughout the school and in the community. Students will be immersed into the program, truly becoming "agents" with a membership card, TOP SECRET missions, and under-cover meetings. The Secret Service Group is designed for late elementary through middle school aged students. It's purpose is to promote kindness, empathy, and leadership skills in students. The documents
Need a fantastic class project for Veterans Day? Use this Thank a Veteran friendly letter template FREEBIE to brighten the day of a veteran. This product encourages students to write a friendly letter to a veteran who has served in a previous war or military operation. Please click here to read a blog post on the guidelines for writing and where to send your students' letters! What's Included: • Friendly Letter Template for Veterans (1 page in pdf format) • Blank Friendly Letter Template for A
Life Skills for Special Education DVD Work Task Sort provides an assortment of DVD cover images and DVD's to match and sort. This can also be used as a high interest reading activity for students who require extra reading practice. With 20 DVD's and covers, your students will not only learn, but also enjoy this life skills task. You may print out as many DVD Activity Boards as you need for your classroom. It is suggested that you print 10 per book , so your student can turn the page and cont
3rd - 12th, Adult Education
Welcome to Somewhere to Share! We are so excited to share this resource with you. El agua es vida is a perfect stand alone unit but it is also part of the Huellas 2 curriculum. Three week unit:This unit is a study of the world water crisis. Introduce your students to tough topics using 90+% target language with ease. Perfect for levels 3 and 4 and adaptable to a late level 2 course, this unit offers a wide variety of activities to keep students engaged.Unit Hooks- Water Walk, Environmental Exp
It's Back to School time - Plan ahead for a great school year! Critical Thinking and Service Learning are Common Core! Great for the beginning of the year, Open House, or use it anytime throughout the year. Help your students to think critically, develop good character traits, improve our world, and create heartfelt persuasive writing. Teach them to Pay it Forward! This service learning project incorporates critical thinking, research, and problem solving. This unit includes: Teacher U

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