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✿ Imágenes a color y dibujos de diplomas y reconocimientos para los graduados listos para imprimir y usar con tus alumnos en el aula. ...DIPLOMAS (Graduados) ...Distintivos ...Reconocimientos ...Copas
Delia Maria Toaza Salazar saved to escolar
Twinkl’s Star of the Week Award Certificate is designed to reward children for good behaviour in and outside of the classroom.
Michelle Getchis saved to school
School teacher stickers featuring a yellow/gold star with the words "you're a superstar, well done". Perfect for handing out to students who have done excellent work or have been well behaved during lessons.
Somya saved to Quick saves
One of our students' favorite things is being star student! Each child gets to be the star student for a whole week. Each day we do something special to celebrate that child! We would love to share these ideas with you, so you can help your own students shine! The kiddos C.A.N.N.O.T wait for their turn. Below is the note we send home to the parents to explain the events for the week. Read this to see what the kiddos get to do each day. Click the image to download for FREE! This is the…
Jannea Alonso saved to kindergarten hacks
Student of the week, star student or student spotlight is a perfect addition to your morning meeting to help students feel special each day.
Lisag saved to First Grade
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Tanica Ewing saved to Kids
These cards are great for any area in class that could use a little motivation. I use them during Accelerated Reading time. Students get a star punched out for each book they read.
FREE Secret Star Student! Are you looking for a positive behavior management strategy that helps motivate students to do their best? Secret Star Student is a great way to motivate and encourage students to engage in positive behaviors. Research shows that positive reinforcement is what changes behaviors. In this activity, positive behavior is reinforced without drawing attention to negative behaviors. At the beginning of an activity or day, tell the class that you have chosen a Secret Star…
Heather Way saved to preschool