Reading chains: Every time a student finishes a book, they can write their name, title and author of the book on a strip and attach it to their class chain. Perhaps the class with the longest chain at the end of the year could get some type of reward.
I am going to start with one per night to ask just before we pray together at bedtime. I look forward to this! Since we dont watch Disney movies, I will just ask movie. Although I have considered letting them watch Toy Story again. Well see!
Includes: 14 'What is wrong with this?' Cards, 14 'What should you do?' Cards and 14 'How did you feel?
This resource is a great way for students of all ages to let their "future" teacher know a little bit about them. This worksheet contains writing prompts that will encourage students to write about their strengths, needs and goals and contains a space for
Top 10 list of my favorite finds for the classroom! Products, gadgets, office supplies, and routines. Some are clever and some are life savers! My favorite are #3 and #4!
**VIDEO** post about implementing Writer's Workshop in your classroom!! Lots of great tips :)