I made these large, decorative numbers to place on baskets for each group of students' desks, but they could also be used to label different areas of the room! You will find it helpful to call students to line up by group numbers and praise aloud
I laminated, cut out, and glued each label on 2 strands of ribbon that hang from a cabinet in my classroom. I then wrote each students name on a clothes pin and are pinned to each label. Enjoy! :). It's so helpful to have helpers in the classroom!
Throughout the day, or before a big testing day, drop these off at students' desk for a positive & personalized pick-me-up! Our school focuses on GROWTH MINDSET, and so these little notes are centered around that topic! :)
Print and place this in your cool-down area! I have an area in the classroom called "Take a Break"; a place where I have many different posters like these for students to look at while they "take their break" and then reflect on how they can
Students use this worksheet to record their work as they play "Fair Shares" on PBS Kids. The link is written in the directions and students divide the total number of treats to the total number of dogs to discover how many treats each dog equally
Teach reporting vs. tatting during your morning meeting to teach students when to report another student's behavior and when to not so that they don't tattle. This will reduce a lot of interruptions during instruction!
After teaching this to my
Teach your students how to manage BIG emotions during your morning meeting based on this poster that uses their fingers to remember 5 steps.
After teaching this to my students, I hung it on the wall behind my "Take a Break" area for a reminder when
Create a place in your classroom where students can go when they have BIG emotions. Whether they go there themselves, or you "ask" them to, the students will have a place to cool down, reflect, and have a place to themselves.