At our school we’ve been working to help students understand exactly what adults mean when we ask them to “be respectful.” These six flip books are meant to reinforce student learning by helping kids think about how they show respect in different school settings with their bodies, their words, and their actions.
Although they can be used on their own, I designed the books to complement my “Respect looks like...” school setting posters. Both define expected behaviors in each of six different school settings: classroom, hallways, cafeteria, playground, bathroom, and bus. They facilitate discussions about appropriate school behaviors for the first few weeks of school, then serve as visual reminders of expectations for the remainder of the year. If you haven’t purchased the posters, you can brainstorm with your students to create an anchor chart with appropriate responses.
If you would like to purchase both, check out the discounted Respect-Looks-Like Posters and Flipbook Bundle
Clipart: EduClips- www.loveeducasong.blogspot.com; My Cute Graphics- www.mycutegraphics.com, & Kari Bolt- www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kari-Bolt
Frame: Lovin’ Lit- http://imlovinlit.blogspot.com
Font: Cara Carroll- www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Cara-Carroll
Thanks, and enjoy!
Laurie Mendoza, MA, CAGS