Jacinta Bartsch

Jacinta Bartsch

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The Unfair Game is a highly competitive review game for any class that your students will love to hate!

The Unfair Game is a highly competitive review game for any class that your students will love to hate!

Find out how this veteran teacher uses anchor charts, books, a FREE download, and other strategies to help deal with tattling in her elementary classroom. You'll see some great wording to use for the chronic tattlers, awesome book ideas, freebies, advice, tips, and more. {preK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade approved - also works great for bully prevention, kindness, character education, & more!}

Find out how this veteran teacher uses anchor charts, books, a FREE download, and other strategies to help deal with tattling in her elementary classroom. You'll see some great wording to use for the chronic tattlers, awesome book ideas, freebies, advice, tips, and more. {preK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade approved - also works great for bully prevention, kindness, character education, & more!}

The Blurt Chart - Help set clear expectations for your classroom to maximize positive behavior and reduce blurting out and classroom interruptions. By The Pinspired Teacher | Classroom Management | Behavior Chart | Blurt Alert | Behavior Management | Classroom Management Ideas

The Blurt Chart - Help set clear expectations for your classroom to maximize positive behavior and reduce blurting out and classroom interruptions. By The Pinspired Teacher | Classroom Management | Behavior Chart | Blurt Alert | Behavior Management | Classroom Management Ideas

Tired of the Same Ol' Graphing Questions? Check out this post for a fun and engaging data management graphing idea!

Tired of the Same Ol' Graphing Questions? Check out this post for a fun and engaging data management graphing idea for and grade! This is perfect for third and fourth grade graphing or data management activities.

Weekly Reflections are a great way to get students to look back on their week to identify successes and challenges. Students can use their reflections to set further goals. They are perfect for sharing learning with parents. This free weekly reflections booklet works great in upper elementary classrooms!!

Weekly Reflections are a great way to get students to look back on their week to identify successes and challenges. Students can use their reflections to set further goals. They are perfect for sharing learning with parents.