Charming activity and lesson to help students understand the difference between being pro-active vs. reactive. Great for back to school or ANY time of the year students need a reminder on controlling emotions.
Using popular children's literature, help students understand their "circle of control" of things they have choice/ control over and things they do not.
Great for classroom or community circles
A fun way for students to SHOW their big rocks and little rocks.
This mini lesson guides you through and then has a paper rock lesson for students to write their priorities on "big rocks" for a display.
A fun and engaging lesson!
Get your young writers HOOKED into generating a variety of leads through BOLD BEGINNINGS through this minilesson!
Dialogue, Setting, Action, Onomatopoeia, Description are just a few of the ways! Resource comes with examples and then allowable
Keep students motivated with Smarty Pants Awards! Students earn the award for whatever "smart" reason you deem and get the mini certificate to glue into leadership notebooks! (You can also add a candy roll of smarties to accompany!)