PrimaryClassMeetings: A set of 20 class meeting lessons to guide students in being thoughtful and kind classroom citizens.
What is PrimaryClassMeetings?
PrimaryClassMeetings Curriculum is an engaging and supplemental curriculum with young learners in mind! PrimaryClassMeetings takes 20 common class-building skills and teaches them in a kid-friendly way for students. The students are able to grow and develop by listening to a definition of the skill and acting on the skill in a hands-on way.
PrimaryClassMeetings Curriculum consists of 20 two-day lesson plans. Day one is an introduction of the skill and verbal practice. Day two is a review of the skill and a hands-on approach to applying the skill. On the second day the students are also asked to deeply think and apply the skill to their own lives. On both days the students will interact with their peers through verbal discussions. The teacher will lead the initial conversation and then turn it over to the students for their opportunity to have collaborative peer discussion. PrimaryClassMeetings Curriculum can be taught in a once a week fashion or every other week. You can teach the lessons as part of your morning meeting or a separate class-building time of the day.
What lessons are included in PrimaryClassMeetings?
Lesson 1: Getting to Know You
Lesson 2: Friendship
Lesson 3: We Are a Classroom Community
Lesson 4: Working Together
Lesson 5: Character
Lesson 6: Following Directions
Lesson 7: Making Mistakes
Lesson 8: Compliments
Lesson 9: Teamwork
Lesson 10: Following Rules
Lesson 11: Communicating
Lesson 12: Being Flexible
Lesson 13: Positive Self-Talk
Lesson 14: Honesty
Lesson 15: Gratitude
Lesson 16: Patience
Lesson 17: Shout-Outs
Lesson 18: Empathy
Lesson 19: Problem-solving
Lesson 20: Acts of Kindness
Is PrimaryClassMeetings a lot of prep?
This unit is a quick and simple prep! You will need to decide first if you choose to place all of the lessons on a book ring or print them as one page and place into a binder. Print out your cover and then print out the routine cards. Each page will have two routines. Once the lesson cards are printed out, you will then trim around the edges and cut away the extra white paper. Next, you will need to hole punch each of the lesson cards. Place the cards onto the book ring(s) and you are good to go. Laminating the lesson cards is optional. Printing the lesson cards on cardstock is recommended for durability.
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