Character Education

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Covering ideas like Friendship, Diversity, Honesty, Bullying, Respect, Compassion, Kindness,etc. These and other qualities are very important to address and discuss.

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- Mascot Junction

Use this gator mascot to promote your school's PBIS or character education program. The cartoon alligator clipart images portray positive character traits

Behavior Management Feelings Thermometer

Students identify how they are feeling based on the thermometer. ...

Character Education Worksheets - Includes Google Slides For Distance Learning

Are you looking for quick and easy ways to talk about character education with your students? These 50 unique worksheets are a no-prep way to teach about 25 character traits! Students will consider what the character trait means, why it's important, and how they can apply it to their lives. All of t...

Games for Social Skills

Games can be the perfect tool to introduce and teach social emotional learning skills to kids and young adults. These are the skills that help kids become more self-aware, develop positive relationships, show empathy towards others, manage emotions, use self-control, resolve conflicts, and make posi

Social Skills Visual Posters - Distance Learning

Use these social skills visual posters to teach, discuss, and practice social skills in the classroom! They include 9 unique posters with a total of over 80 social skills. Each poster highlights a different area of social skills, including basic skills, empathy and perspective-taking, academic skill...

Honesty Activities For Character Education Lessons

Are your students struggling with being honest? These no prep honesty activities are a great way to get your students learning about what honesty is, why its important and how to practice it. This is a great resource for non-readers and can be used in individual, small group or classroom lessons. **...

Honesty Activities For Character Education Lessons

Are your students struggling with being honest? These no prep honesty activities are a great way to get your students learning about what honesty is, why its important and how to practice it. This is a great resource for non-readers and can be used in individual, small group or classroom lessons. **...

ABC's of Good Character - iMom

Good character is made up of many qualities. Here’s an ABC list of character traits we can aspire to teach our children.

We Vote for Character! A great November Bulletin board idea to teach Character E..., #Board ... #novemberbulletinboards

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2nd Grade Teacher on Instagram: “Theme of the Month board: Community 💖💛💚💙💜 I love my little school community! 😍 Board inspiration from @krausmath”

260 Likes, 12 Comments - 2nd Grade Teacher (@2ndgradesassypants) on Instagram: “Theme of the Month board: Community 💖💛💚💙💜 I love my little school community! 😍 Board inspiration…”

Integrity Bulletin Board | PBIS Bulletin Board | Integrity | Character Education

Everything* you need to create the bulletin board pictured with the PBIS theme "Integrity"Included:*Printing instructions *2 letter choices for "Integrity", color letters to print using color ink or black and white letter that can be printed on bring card stock (as pictured)*Words for the message "I...

2nd Grade Teacher on Instagram: “New month, new bulletin board theme: Empathy 😊 Anyone else do school wide PBIS themes? Square shaped 👀, 👂and ❤ from @especiallyeducation…”

148 Likes, 13 Comments - 2nd Grade Teacher (@2ndgradesassypants) on Instagram: “New month, new bulletin board theme: Empathy 😊 Anyone else do school wide PBIS themes? Square…”

September: Responsibility

We started the year off by focusing on the virtue of Responsibility. This is a good topic to start the year off with to help students learn to take responsibility for themselves - their actions, their words, their education, and their relationships. 1st Grade: We talked about the new responsibilities the students have this year that differ from when they were in Kindergarten. I drew a large body on poster board and named it "Freddy First Grader". We then filled in the body with new…