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Classroom community

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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!}

It seems like every day there is an endless stream of students reporting behaviors or incidents that happen in the classroom. On one hand, we want to help our students feel heard and validated so they know we are a safe person for them to talk to. On the other hand, we certainly don't want to feed into the tattle machine. It's a fine line to walk. So how do we handle tattling in our classrooms?

music in the classroom

Some of the questions I am asked about most is “What music do you use in the classroom?” “Do you have a playlist?” “How do you play music in the classroom?” S…

With Thanksgiving heading our way, I love to do things to remind my kids of the many blessings we have. There is so much in our lives to be thankful for. I created this little Gratitude Game to play with them, and we have been having loads of fun with it! What is The Gratitude …

With Thanksgiving heading our way, I love to do things to remind my kids of the many blessings we have. There is so much in our lives to be thankful for. I created this little Gratitude Game to play with them, and we have been having loads of fun with it! What is The Gratitude …

Kids never want to be in a boring class. To get the day started, I will greet my students from one of the choices. I believe it will make their morning and have them active #preschoolclassroom

Description Use these printable, morning greeting choices to build relationships and set a positive tone for students at the beginning of each school day! The morning greetings can be printed in black and white or in color. Hang the greeting signs and posters so students can choose a morning greeting before entering the classroom or make a choice while greeting classmates during your morning meeting. You'll also get a digital slide of the morning greetings so you can project it for all to…

By helping build a positive classroom community a teacher can foster kindness, respect, and belonging in the room-- which will help cut down on classroom management issues #positiveclassroom #classroomideas #behaviormanagement #classroommanagement

By helping build a positive classroom community a teacher can foster kindness, respect, and belonging in the room-- which will help cut down on classroom management issues #positiveclassroom #classroomideas #behaviormanagement #classroommanagement

Four Corners "Get to Know You" warm-up activity is a great way to get students out of their seats, pondering questions and sharing their thinking with classmates in small groups. It's also a wonderful tool for building classroom community. This game has 30 differentiated slides and extension questions. Designed for beginning and intermediate middle school English learners, but perfect for any class. Watch your students build their English listening, reading and speaking skills!

Four Corners "Get to Know You" warm-up activity is a great way to get students out of their seats, pondering questions and sharing their thinking with classmates in small groups. It's also a wonderful tool for building classroom community. This game has 30 differentiated slides and extension questions. Designed for beginning and intermediate middle school English learners, but perfect for any class. Watch your students build their English listening, reading and speaking skills!

Today I'm sharing one of my favourite tasks for building community in the classroom.  Students are able to share an important aspect of ...

Today I'm sharing one of my favourite tasks for building community in the classroom. Students are able to share an important aspect of themselves (the story of their name) with the class and with me, their teacher. Through this task we are also working on important skills, like reading comprehension, writing, and reflection. Day 1 To begin, I asked my students to write any name they wish they had on a sticky note. They then placed it in a mason jar. I read my class the story "The Name Jar"…