Do you teach your students about growth mindset? Are you aware of the benefits of using positive affirmations? Combine these two powerful approaches and transform student achievement! Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 23 af
WRITING CHECKLIST:This resource could be placed somewhere in the classroom for students to refer back to when completing any writing piece. This will help to reduce distractions and increase teacher and student productivity.
Stained Glass Names: this is a simple project, and a great introduction to the concept of positive and negative space for younger kids. Any project using their names is typically a guaranteed hit! It is also a good way to really explore the shape of the
7 kid friendly ideas for teaching empathy in the classroom to build social awareness and community. Teach kids empathy and help them develop and display compassion and social skills through mindful, fun lessons, discussions, and activities.
Pinner said, "Back to school night-- might be cheesy for middle school but who am I kidding lol". I'm thinking I could give a cute jar of mints to the teacher thanking him/her for his/her commit-mint, involve-mint etc. with my child!