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a blue poster with the words zoom games and a smiley face on it's left side
Games to play on Zoom or in person with your kids/youth group
a white board with writing on it that says 4th grade music teachers treat students, fairly respectfully help
Managing Behavior: Alleviating Issues Before They Begin
Sweet Sounds : Managing Behavior: Dazzling Discipline - Alleviating Behavior Issues Before They Begin
some words that are written in black and white on a piece of paper with writing
School Rules and Social Contracts
Classroom management activities: 52-pocket chart "promise" cards, to choose from to help you make your school rules or classroom social contract.
a group of lollipops sitting on top of a table next to a bag of gummy bears
Student Grouping Ideas
Need fresh new ways to put students into groups? Read about these ideas that students will love!
a green sign that says discussion starterrs and has the words, how to have meaningful classroom conversations?
How to Have Meaningful Classroom Conversations
How to use discussion starters or discussion cards to have meaningful classroom conversations, teach listening and speaking skills, and create a strong classroom community.
the words gossp is like glitter you can never truly clean it up on a multicolored background
Teaching In The Fast Lane: Gossip is Like Glitter
Help students to maintain their friendships through positive interactions and reminders that not everything that crosses your mind needs to come out of your mouth.
a printable poem for kids to read about the feelings and feelings in their life
Novels and Reading Material
Get to know you writing project. Learn from yourself about you, the writer; it will make you smile. #giftkone
the book cover for making thinking visible, with an image of a tree in the background
How About a Tug of War? Making Thinking Visible
Secondgradealicious: How About a Tug of War? Making Thinking Visible
two shoes with colorful laces on them sitting on a table next to each other
Sneaker Journals!
Journal.....use for empathy lesson...walking in someone else's shoes