Rhonda Faulks
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Carry a positive memory in the palm of your hand to help you feel safe and calm wherever you are! I have seen this intervention done before and I have always found it powerful to use with children ...

Carry a positive memory in the palm of your hand to help you feel safe and calm wherever you are! I have seen this intervention done before and I have always found it powerful to use with children . for anxiety management / grounding techinques

Free Knitting Pattern - Cowls and Neck Warmers: Ombre cowl

Free Knitting Pattern - Cowls and Neck Warmers: 'Ombre cowl': simple yet gorgeous cowl knit stockinette with lace-weight yarn held double for an ombre effect

{FREE} Non-Fiction Text Structures -- Student Reference Sheet                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Classroom Freebies Too: {FREE} Non-Fiction Text Structure Reference! Using charts from this lady's website will help me in my reading class! Check her website out!

These posters are more than just basic "classroom rules". They are a great way to help your students think more deeply about their behavior and what you expect from them.

These posters are more than just basic "classroom rules". They are a great way to help your students think more deeply about their behavior and what you expect from them. by lorena

Growth Mindset Fortune Tellers! Fun paper craft for teaching your growth mindset lesson.

Growth Mindset Fortune Teller/ Cootie Catchers Games BUNDLE in 4 distinct layouts, perfect for teaching about growth mindset in your classroom lessons and school counseling guidance program.

After our fabulous SOLO professional development day with Pam Hook, I was commissioned to design and make a poster to use in all the class...

After our fabulous SOLO professional development day with Pam Hook, I was commissioned to design and make a poster to use in all the class.

Using Affirmations to Shift Student Mindset - Kirsten's Kaboodle

As kids grow up their mindset changes. They put in extra time and effort to achieve higher goals.They believe they can get smarter, they understand that effort makes them stronger.

I have a growth mindset.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

EDITABLE Growth Mindset Posters (w/Student Printables) - GROWTH MINDSET: Great resource for introducing elementary students to positive "self-speak"