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“I Can Keep My Body Calm” is a story targeted to students who demonstrate verbal and physical aggression. Written at a first grade level, the story breaks down for them the discrete steps required to keep a calm body and can be adapted for use with younger and older children. It includes an anchor chart as well as worksheets for reviewing and reinforcing the concept. 4.00

I Can Keep My Body Calm

“I Can Keep My Body Calm” is a story targeted to students who demonstrate verbal and physical aggression. Written at a first grade level, the story breaks down for them the discrete steps required to keep a calm body and can be adapted for use with younger and older children. It includes an anchor chart as well as worksheets for reviewing and reinforcing the concept. 4.00

Teaching and Tapas: 2nd Grade in Spain: Blurt Chart+Minute to Win It Fridays

Teaching and Tapas: 2nd Grade in Spain: Blurt Chart+Minute to Win It Fridays

Teaching and Tapas: 2nd Grade in Spain: Blurt Chart+Minute to Win It Fridays

Teaching and Tapas: 2nd Grade in Spain: Blurt Chart+Minute to Win It Fridays

I teach in Spain. Spaniards talk A LOT. I am dealing with a serious level of Chatty Cathys! Something had to give. So I created the perfect combination of a Blurt Chart with a Friday game of Minute To

How To Use a Math Word Wall (Teaching and Tapas)

I teach in Spain. Spaniards talk A LOT. I am dealing with a serious level of Chatty Cathys! Something had to give. So I created the perfect combination of a Blurt Chart with a Friday game of Minute To

Students earn a chance to draw a tile and place it wherever they want. When the prize is completely spelled, the class gets that reward.

Students earn a chance to draw a tile and place it wherever they want. When the prize is completely spelled, the class gets that reward.

Chit~Chat Chart...pull a square of the chart when a child is talking while the teacher is talking. If all 3 are pulled before recess...they have to run/walk laps. Don't take recess away as a punishment.

Chit~Chat Chart...pull a square of the chart when a child is talking while the teacher is talking. If all 3 are pulled before recess...they have to run/walk laps. Don't take recess away as a punishment.

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