Building classroom community is essential in every elementary classroom. Students need to work together all year long! This blog post has activities and an anchor chart that are perfect for fostering teamwork.
Team Building for STEM Challenges
How do you build community in your classroom? Have you tackled STEM Challenges yet? How do you prepare your students for the fabulous collaboration that can occur when they work in groups to solve a STEM problem? Stay tuned and I will give you a great idea! As many of you know I am a …
Get Out and Play Activity Circuit and Reward Tracker
Get Out and Play Activity Circuit and Reward Tracker - encourage your kids to spend more time outside with this fun circuit. You can establish rewards and track their activity too! A great way to motivate kids to get some exercise and fresh air and earn their screen time through fitness.
Ice breaking activities for the first few days of school to help build a community atmosphere.
Inequalities - Multi-step Inequality with decimals card sort station activity
Cute poster to enforce positive teamwork in your classroom! :)Enjoy!! Would love your feedback!!
Wild & Fun in Pre-K: Monday Made It love her chart. PBIS - teach the behavior you want/kids need to be successful.
Back to School Activities 4th Grade
Back To School Activities 4th Grade is perfect for your students as they start back to school! The first few days of school are so hectic, why not make your time valuable and manageable! Through this packet you will get to know your students through valuable information and gather a great writing work sample! I hope this tool is as useful for you as it is for me and my students!
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This is a great diagram to have in the classroom to implement scaffolding. Duffy emphasized how important it is to scaffold in the classroom and assist into that transition into independent work. The diagram of I do, We do, You do is a great way to remind the chidlren of this strategy.
Warning Cards (A Classroom Management Tool!)
This is a link to print out warning Cards. This gives students time to reflect on their behavior and cool down before discussing it with the teacher. @Emmeretta Russey
Use these four interactive notebook components to explore the concept of effective group discussion with students. The first note allows students to explore how they want to be treated by others in a group discussion, and what they need to give in return.