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Reporting vs Tattling - Link also has other anchor charts we well as how to store them. Classroom Behavior, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Charts, Classroom Posters, Classroom Discipline, Classroom Rules, Classroom Environment

Teaching With Terhune

To keep the anchor charts that I have been teaching out on display I have added a space in the back of my classroom to display them. I have hot glued clothes pins to the wall so I can easily clip them up and change them out to keep them on display. Since I have started to make more and more anchor charts I had to think of a way to store them. I have used hooks and hangers to hang them up. I also printed out labels to easily find the charts I am looking for.

Hurty Feelings - Just Books Read Aloud Classroom Behavior, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Behavior Management, Management Tips, Classroom Organization, Social Emotional Learning, Social Skills, Coping Skills

Friends~I made the cutest Hurty Box for back to school!

Friends~I made the cutest Hurty Box for back to school! I have been working on a new author study to use with my class the first few weeks of school. I chose Helen Lester because her stories are wonderful for teaching character education and setting up a community of learners. My very favorite Helen Lester book is titled, Hurty Feelings. Besides having the sweetest cover, the character Fragility is the best. Basically, Fragility gets her feelings hurt easily and the other hippos don't want…

Hand print art Handprint crafts-- I hate handprint art! Auction Projects, Class Projects, Art Projects, Auction Ideas, Art Auction, Silent Auction, Kids Crafts, Pre School Crafts, Art Crafts

ATHFEST: KIDSFest Art Contest!

From the email….:AthFest, Inc. is pleased to announce an exciting art contest for all kids ages 3-16 attending KIDSFest 2011. The contest is designed to encourage kids to learn about and…

Students must find 20 adjectives that describe themselves. Awesome Beginning of School Activity.take a pic with the student and their adjectives! Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Teaching Resources, Human Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Character, Character Education, Beginning Of The School Year, First Day Of School

Pinterest top 10 for next school year

Pinterest is an explosion of wonderful ideas, and at times can be overwhelming. I decided to wade through my "For School" board and pick the...

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Self-Esteem

Age Group: Junior Kindergarten and Senior Kindergarten Topic: Self-Esteem Book: Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon Activity: I Like Me! Activity Page

INCREDIBLE article of parent + child Art Journal Journey! Such a great idea! Lots of other art activities to do with kids. Art Journal Pages, Art Journal Prompts, Art Journals, Journal Ideas, Student Journals, Art Tumblr, Tumblr Hipster, Projects For Kids, Art Projects

Art Journals for Kids

Doing these simple art journals for kids is so beneficial to developing children’s confidence and fine motor skills! Read on to find out our experience using sketch books together! Are you following our Art for Kids Pinterest board? I have to say this has been one of the most rewarding and fun activities I have done with …

A Tree of Gratitude - includes a character-building lesson with each step of this activity. Uses handprints as branches, fingerprints as leaves, forearm as a trunk and cereal to express our thankful hearts. Cute idea to make a family tree. Thanksgiving Activities, Craft Activities For Kids, Thanksgiving Crafts, Holiday Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Craft Ideas, Handprint Art, Sunday School Crafts, Family Crafts

A Tree of Gratitude - The House of Hendrix

Post sponsored by Alpha-Bits as part of the Mom It Forward Blogger Network. – See more at: http://www.alittletipsy.com/2013/11/printable-thanksgiving-crossword-for.html#sthash.xSNLA1Hg.dpuf Post sponsored by Alpha-Bits as part of the Mom It Forward Blogger Network. – See more at: http://www.alittletipsy.com/2013/11/printable-thanksgiving-crossword-for.html#sthash.xSNLA1Hg.dpufpost s Post sponsored by Alpha-Bits as part of the Mom it Forward Blogger Network. In our time-crunched world, I’m …

SUPER ME capes. Easy to make a bunch of blanks and let kids paint on what is imp… SUPER ME capes. Easy to make a bunch of blanks and let kids paint on what is important to them and what makes them super! Art Therapy Projects, Art Therapy Activities, Activities For Kids, Play Therapy, Painting For Kids, Art For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Creative Arts Therapy, Child Life Specialist

make a cape

To wrap up my month organizing activities for my co op, I made Super Me capes for the kids to decorate. The idea was that they could depict what was important to them, or what made them a hero. I am not sure if that was the outcome, but it was fun. A few years ago, my friend made my son a bunch of cool capes out of different materials. I used that shape as a pattern, which was pretty brilliant because you can cut out two out of standard yardage folded in half. That made this project fast and…

Negative nancy/positive polly :: confidence building activity for kids :: featured on The Healthy Tipping Point Confidence Building Activities, Self Esteem Activities, Counseling Activities, Teaching Activities, School Counseling, Therapy Activities, Activities For Kids, Coping Skills, Social Skills

Polly

We bought a house with a backyard, and all he wants to do is stare out the front window. What gives? All I know is that it makes me feel a lot better

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Self Confidence Building Games, Posters and Activities- Definitely using in a self-esteem building session for OT!

Six Tools for Building a Child’s Confidence. To make sure we focus on independence and his confidence and not just helping him adapt his vision. Art Activities For Kids, Sensory Activities, Cool Baby Stuff, Kid Stuff, Daughters, To My Daughter, Baby Goods, Life App, Fun Baby

Six Tools for Building a Child's Confidence | TinkerLab

“As you become more clear about who you really are, you’ll be better able to decide what is best for you – the first time around.” – Oprah Winfrey One of my close friends recently asked me what I hope my children will take with them into adulthood, and it sort of stumped me. I […]

The Creative Counselor: New Student Orientation - You are O 'fish' ally Awesome! Group Counseling, Counseling Activities, Group Activities, Star Students, New Students, O Fish Ally, Beginning Of School, Sunday School, Middle School

New Student Orientation - You are O 'fish' ally Awesome!

It's that time of year again, when we welcome our new students to our school. To introduce the students to our school, I came up with th...

365 Ways to Raise Confident Kids: Activities That Build Self-esteem, Develop Character and Encourage Imagination Self Confidence Tips, Daughters Day, Life App, Super Mom, Lessons For Kids, Social Skills, Parenting Advice, Self Esteem, My Children

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365 Ways to Raise Confident Kids: Activities That Build Self-esteem, Develop Character and Encourage Imagination

6 ways to encourage kids to take risks -- one idea is the "I Can" can: kids write things they can do on paper and put it in the can. Creative Writing Ideas, Kids Writing, Creative Kids, Child Love, Your Child, Activities For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Life App, Parenting Plan

NameBright - Coming Soon

When my girls were young toddlers, I remember walking on a high bridge that crossed a creek near our home. There was ample, tall metal fencing protecting us from falling into the water. But memories of a news story I wrote as a young journalist of a child that drowned haunted my every thought that day and all I could do was rush my curious toddlers along, sweeping them away from their live-in-the-moment tendancy and rush them to safety far, far away from that raging creek. Sweat formed on my…