#kindnessnation#weholdthesetruthsMentor Sentences have completely changed the way my students view writing and grammar, and it's made teaching even more enjoyable! Here is a free lesson you can try out in your classroom with the book, Each Kindness by Jacqueline Woodson.
Free Valentine’s Day Activity Valentine’s Day Lesson Celebrate Valentine’s Day in your classroom with this fun creative writing activity. First, students will learn about the key components of rebus messages. Then, they’ll brainstorm letters, pictures, and symbols to represent words and phrases. Finally, they will write their own Rebus Valentine. It’s the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day!
Valentine's Day Freebie This is a banner you can use to celebrate Valentine's Day and the 100th Day of school. Students come up with 100 reasons why they love their school. Click here for more information regarding this freebie! ^This link is not live until 1/19/2015
Friendship Cards: 24 Social Skill Prompts for teaching and reinforcing social skills. FREESome kids make friends naturally, but for others, making and keeping friends is not so easy. Studies have shown that having even one friend significantly improves a child's emotional health and school performance.
Build a strong and caring community environment and help your students make an active and positive difference in their world by encouraging them to be intentionally and actively kind, both inside and outside the classroom!Ready to print 'n go, this challenge gives students 30 tangible actions they can implement starting today to spread kindness and help others feel valued.
The Bible Verse Memorization No Prep Daily Work Packet for Second Grade will help your students learn a new Bible verse each week of the school year! There are a total of 35 Bible verses for 35 Weeks of NO PREP classroom activities or homework. This resource will help your students learn Bible verses through the year.
This activity provides your students with a better understanding and acceptance of their peers and strengthens your classroom community. The childrens book Red, by Michael Hall, is about a crayon labeled red, but is actually blue. Instead of accepting that he is blue, everyone is stuck on the label and tries to provide many interventions to try and get him to be red.