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