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Acts of Kindness
Students write about the good deeds of others.
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Best Buddies
Ms. Younginger's tip lays out a plan for combining a community service project with teaching your students to give back to the community in preparation for adulthood.
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Building Positive Behavior Traits
Bring out your inner Y.M.C.A dance, and wear a hard hat to school. It’ll come in handy with this activity in which students learn to build foundations of good behavior and positive character. Make it fun to learn in your C.L.A.S.S.
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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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Emotional Book Club
Ms. H created a book club that tackles life topics that students find challenging. Read about it here and see why her students finish one book and eagerly await the next.
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Peer Pressure
Heading off bad behaviors and warding off bad influences before they strike is easier said than done. But Ms. Koening allows the student to participate in the prevention of making bad choices with this tip. Check it out!
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Rules for Success
With the help of the school counselor, Ms. Tvelt created "Rules for Success" for the difficult children she has in her class. In her systemof checks and minuses, she can accurately report behavior issues or progress to parents.
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