Say Something! Keeping Kids Talking

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Our kids need to learn to SAY SOMETHING about themselves or about what others are saying to them. Included in this resource are tips and posters to teach your students how to SAY SOMETHING. I highly recommend using Peter H. Reynolds' SAY SOMETHING to introduce this powerful year long activity. Giving kids the tools to speak is one of the best lessons you can teach.

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6 ways I get my students to TALK. (tips)

Print out of Talking Stems: Send home to parents to help facilitate conversations at home.

SAY SOMETHING posters to display in your classroom as a reminder for students to use appropriate ways of sharing and responding.

*book SAY SOMETHING is not included, but can be checked out at your local library, purchased at your local book store, through Scholastic, or on Amazon.

Want to see how else I use SAY SOMETHING to help students feel brave? Check out my Social Emotional MUST HAVES picture book list.

If you are looking for more great ways to use picture books in your classroom, you will love this bundle of lists!

Open The Magic,
Courtney Hinshaw

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