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Building Character
If you are looking to start a character education class, I suggest looking at the Character Counts! Good Idea books, which have a variety of lessons appropriate for high school students. Tiger Woods' ...
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Club Day
My second grade team and I all use the same behavior incentive program. We keep rolls of raffle tickets purchased from a discount store...
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Compliment Bag
While student teaching in a 4th-5th grade split class, I found the idea of using a compliment bag handy. We had the students make and decorate a bag and hang them from each individual desk. Whenever a...
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Compliment Door
Do you want your students to come through the door each morning with a positive attitude toward you, their peers and themselves? This activity will help you build character and self-esteem and teach good manners and etiquette.
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Fostering Friendships
Mr. Lim is proud to decorate his classroom door with the meaning of friendship. He has a unique – and beautiful – classroom setup idea that helps him build positive relationships among students.
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Giving to the Class
On the first day of school, I read the book The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstien. This is a great way to get the children thinking about giving and receiving. After I read the book, I ask the children ...
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Golden Can
At this school, classrooms are awarded a prize for keeping the neatest room. Learn how this simple incentive has helped build community, foster an understanding of shared responsibility, and made a huge difference in the appearance of their building.
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Good Attitude Award
Each Friday during the school year, I give a Good Attitude Award to a deserving student. I have a display on the back wall of my classroom with the words, 'What An Attitude!' at the top. The student w...
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Kind Compliments
This is a strategy I use for teaching children to give and receive compliments. I choose a student of the week and make a colorful poster on which I write a few specific compliments about the student....
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Kind Kids
I am someone who wants to promote kindness in our world, and what better place to start than with our children. I have two Random Act of Kindness students each week rather than Star of the Week. The w...
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