Goal Setting: The Best Year Ever! - What can you do to make this your best year ever? Fill in the shapes with high goals for yourself. Complete the check boxes at the end of the year to see how much you've accomplished!  Awesome activity for the beginning of the year!

Goal Setting: The Best Year Ever

Goal Setting: The Best Year Ever! - What can you do to make this your best year ever? Fill in the shapes with high goals for yourself. Complete the check boxes at the end of the year to see how much you've accomplished! Awesome activity for the beginning of the year!

A: Love having the week planned out like this, and for the kids, too! Why couldn't they help plan it? B: Yes, taking time to reflect. YES, YES, YES!

A: Love having the week planned out like this, and for the kids, too! Why couldn't they help plan it? B: Yes, taking time to reflect. YES, YES, YES!

This “Character Is Key” Tab Book was designed to teach students about different character traits related to kindness and tolerance. It covers 7 character traits, and allows students to explore these traits and reflect on what these traits mean to them, an

This “Character Is Key” Tab Book was designed to teach students about different character traits related to kindness and tolerance. It covers 7 character traits, and allows students to explore these traits and reflect on what these traits mean to them, an

Need an idea to end the day? The End of the Day Jar has 24 questions to ask students to get them talking about their school day. This helps build community in the classroom. You can call on students to answer the questions or have them talk with a buddy.

Need an idea to end the day? The End of the Day Jar has 24 questions to ask students to get them talking about their school day. This helps build community in the classroom. You can call on students to answer the questions or have them talk with a buddy.

From this article on teaching all students well:  "a 'student-centered mindset' goes beyond initial modifications: We pay close attention to individual students' progress and adjust our approaches throughout the year. If a student is struggling, our response isn't, "Well, that doesn't surprise me!" or "I've done my part—oh well." Instead, it's, "Why is this student struggling and what can we do to help?"  For example...

From this article on teaching all students well: "a 'student-centered mindset' goes beyond initial modifications: We pay close attention to individual students' progress and adjust our approaches throughout the year. If a student is struggling, our response isn't, "Well, that doesn't surprise me!" or "I've done my part—oh well." Instead, it's, "Why is this student struggling and what can we do to help?" For example...

I love this question for family meeting!!! Gives us family goals for a week!

I love this question for family meeting!!! Gives us family goals for a week!

The 2 Teaching Divas have created another FREE resource for you!  It is a calendar math journal!  Incorporates a variety of Common Core standards, as well as, building life skills!  Hope you enjoy!

The 2 Teaching Divas have created another FREE resource for you! It is a calendar math journal! Incorporates a variety of Common Core standards, as well as, building life skills! Hope you enjoy!

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