Building relationships and a sense of community is essential in our classrooms...@truelifeimateacher does an amazing job with this! How do you help your students build relationships? I do it through #morningmeeting and #afternoonwrapup and the kiddidles love it!

Building relationships and a sense of community is essential in our classrooms. does an amazing job with this! How do you help your students build relationships? I do it through and and the kiddidles love it!

5 easy and quick ways to build relationships with kids every day. Being connected with students helps teachers maintain positive classroom management and behavior.

5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships

Teacher/Student Relationships 5 easy and quick ways to build relationships with kids every day. Being connected with students helps teachers maintain positive classroom management and behavior.

Are you ready to start fostering a growth mindset culture with your elementary students and unsure where to start? This resource is designed with explicit, research based lessons, activities, anchor charts, and an interactive bulletin board to help your students distinguish between growth and fixed mindsets, how the brain learns, goal setting, and much more!

Growth Mindset Lessons and Activities

Are you ready to start fostering a growth mindset culture with your elementary students and unsure where to start? This resource is designed with explicit, research based lessons, activities, anchor charts, and an interactive bulletin board to help your students distinguish between growth and fixed mindsets, how the brain learns, goal setting, and much more!

Building classroom community and relationships through positive notes!

Positive Notes: Teacher to Student

Positive Notes: Teacher to Student These 15 note templates are a great way to build community in your classroom. you can print on colored paper if you choose.

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Thoughtful Thursday: Draw a name and write something nice. If you can't think of anything nice to say you're not thinking hard enough.

5 easy and quick ways to build relationships with kids every day. Being connected with students helps teachers maintain positive classroom management and behavior.

5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships

conversation notebook (dog log), could have students put them in a Teacher mailbox (Tmail): Teaching in Progress: 5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships

Awesome post! I love this! Compliment Presents! A Holiday Gift FOR Students, FROM Students (FREE from The Thinker Builder)

Compliment Presents! A Holiday Gift FOR Students, FROM Students

This "Compliment Presents" activity allows students to create free, meaningful, gifts for their classmates (and receive several too!), all the while building each other up with compliments and helping develop the caring community we teachers are always st

Rapport is a relationship in which the student enjoys working productively with the teacher. It is the single most important facet of a successful educator.

4 secrets to building rapport with students (even when it's hard to connect)

Rapport is a relationship in which the student enjoys working productively with the teacher. It is the single most important facet of a successful educator. (Relationship Secrets Tips)

Are you a teacher who is looking for new and fun ways to inspire your students using positive messages? These sticky notes are a unique way to infuse inspiration and motivation in your classroom!  Giving your students more encouragement and hope is a win for student success!

Fun Ways to Deliver Positive Messages for Students

Are you a teacher who is looking for new and fun ways to inspire your students using positive messages? These sticky notes are a unique way to infuse inspiration and motivation in your classroom! Giving your students more encouragement and hope is a win

5th Grade NYS Learning Standard CITIZENSHIP AND CIVIC LIFE: Constitutions, rules, and laws are developed in democratic societies in order to maintain order, provide security, and protect individual rights. This is an example of a "classroom constitution" made together as a class. It allows your students to become more comfortable as a learning community. Also students are more inclined to follow and not break their own rules rather than rules that the teacher sets.

I love this modification on the Preamble. This is a great way to integrate literacy into the social studies classroom. The class will work together to develop classroom expectations and how to be a good classroom citizen!

10 Simple Ways to Show Students You Care...read all about them.

"The good teacher communicates a deep regard for students' lives, a regard infused with unblinking attention, respect even awe.

Easy Way to Organize Make Up Work - they print and attach this to late work, turn in as late work pass? Modify a bit....

Easy Way to Organize Make Up Work

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