Good manners will bloom all over your classroom with the helpful reminders on this brightly colored Good Manners chart. Chart highlights six good manners for students: Excuse Me, You're Welcome, May I?, I'm Sorry, Thank You, and Please. This chart includes good manners activity ideas and a reproducible on the back. The colorful flowers on this chart will brighten your classroom all year long.
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Accountable Talk Bubbles for Literacy & Problem Solving
Accountable Talk Bubbles for Literacy & Problem Solving - Student led conversations accountable to the learning content or text is the heart of accountable talk. Accountable talk can be taught and used in any grade level or subject area. The talk bubbles are simply a visual reminder of how people respectfully share opinions, ideas, and thoughts.
Posters, reader theatre scripts, lesson ideas and character cards for your students all on different character traits that we value. Character education lessons that are fun and you can use them during guided reading and build on fluency.
Use the Fables to Teach Character Interactive Notebook - This is a great unit that will help you develop a safe, caring classroom community. Students will learn empathy as they learn about each of these character qualities and will be totally engaged as they learn how to develop strong character. This unit covers 6 Character Traits: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, and Citizenship. $
Great family idea. Put on the fridge. Great for when kids get older and their feelings aren't quite as obvious. Helps them say where they are at without "saying" it. I would just make the chart less "elementary" for that age group. We made something similiar in MOPS one year. Going to try it this summer!
♫ “Sad, Bad Terrible Day” is a fun way to musically encourage children to express their feelings and emotions. Children learn best through active participation. This song invites children to learn about their feelings through repetition and active participation. This feelings song is ideal for toddlers, preschool, kindergarten and elementary children.
Encourage your students to be Bucket Fillers and create an anti-bullying classroom community. This poster is designed to be printed on 11 x 17 paper.Owl Clip Art Retrieved From:http://giggleandprint.blogspot.com/2014/01/20-adorable-owl-printables-ohh-these.htmlBucket Filler Clip Art Retrieved From:www.bucketfillers101.comBorder Retrieved From:http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Julie-Faulkner