*****UPDATE NOW AVAILABLE!
-Colorful slides similar to current format
-Google slide options
Check out the inspiration behind this product by searching #miss5thswhiteboard on Instagram!
**Disclaimer: All documents use the same 190 prompts. The purpose of included different formats is so you can find the one that you like best! :)**
*190 room-to-write slides BLACK/WHITE: These slides have prompts at the top with white space underneath. Your students will have room to post their responses underneath the prompts.
*190 room-to-write slides COLOR
*190 full pages slides BLACK/WHITE: These slides are the SAME as the prompts above, however, these are FULL page slides with no white space. The text takes up the entire slide.
*190 full pages slides BLACK/WHITE
*190 room-to-write GOOGLE DRIVE slides (BLACK/WHITE)
*190 room-to-write GOOGLE DRIVE slides (COLOR)
*60 hand-drawn slides
*60 hand-drawn GOOGLE DRIVE slides
*36 weeks of Daily Journals using the full-slide prompts (editable)
*11 weeks of Daily Journals using the hand-drawn prompts (editable)
*JPEGs of ALL slides
These simple messages are a quick and easy way to have your students:
-Promote kindness in your classroom, school, and community
-Motivate and encourage their peers
-Think deeply about themselves and their learning
-Set goals and think about their future
-Reflect on their character, actions, and behavior
They are also a great tool for me to learn about my students and reflect on my own lessons and teaching practices. I can't tell you how many important things I've learned about my kiddos using these whiteboard messages in my classroom! Using these whiteboards has improved my classroom community immensely, and hopefully they will improve yours, too! :)
*You can display the PDF slides on your SmartBoard or projector, and the students can write underneath with the projector pen or a sticky note. The file is .pdf, with clickable hyperlinks for you to easily find the slides you need.
*Send your students the Google Drive version(s) and have them type their responses in there!
*Print out the Daily Journals and have your students complete the prompts as a morning warm up!
Click here for a simple LIST of prompt ideas