As part of the "Growth Mindset", my school is doing a lot of goal setting with our students. This is an easy way for students to focus in on something they've done well and a way they can improve. This "Stars and Stairs" exit slip was inspired
When teaching at a PBL school, I found that our students were expected to be able to present their work in public (mostly to an audience of their friends and family) several times a year. Presenting can be really hard work for little ones! This
Our school uses a combination of Responsive Classroom and PBIS for classroom management. Sometimes students need a little "re-set" break, and I made this "Time to Think" sheet for them to reflect on their behavior.
This is a quick chart for your students to fill in when you study winter animals.
Animals that migrate: Monarch butterflies, geese, moths, some fish, whales
Animals that adapt: rabbits, deer, squirrels, mice, beavers,
Animals that hibernate: bears,
As a class, we work together to come up with what the appropriate behaviors are for our daily reading block.
I use this chart for "Read-to-Self", to remind the class of what the expectations are. In the beginning of the year, we come up with the