Engage and assess what your (K-8) students hear in a fun, creative and artistic way as you study about (and play) music from Camille Saint-Saens's, Carnival of the Animals. Play a recording (not included) and have your students follow the color code key to assess what they hear.
BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK: Love this idea to teach kids giving a book a chance. "Blind Date with a Book" Activity for independent reading. Wrap up books and decorate with key words that relate to each. Students pick a book, unwrap it, record it and read for 30 pages. Good date=keep it, finish it, review it. Bad date=return it, and write about why it wasn't the book for you. Great "get to know yourself as a reader" activity!
This product contains activities for teaching elementary-aged students what a friend is, how to make a friend, and how to keep a friend! The activities are perfect for individual student counseling or small groups.
Students will learn attributes of someone who demonstrates growth mindset vs fixed mindset, write about their goals, and learn phrases they can say to themselves if they think in a fixed mindset pattern.
Middle school teacher "The Hungry Teacher" sent positive emails to her students parents and heard back from EVERY parent that same day! "It was so amazing and inspiring to read their responses to the positive feedback... #BestFirstWeekEver!" Get the phone logs (for grades 5-8) on TpT!