Have you ever had a student tell a lie to get out of trouble? Or tell a story to impress their friends? I think lying is something ALL children try out a time or two. Most of our students will have heard an adult say “be honest!” or “tell the truth.” Unfortunately though, most children have never had someone discuss the… Read More
Hi teachers! I wanted to stop by today with some ideas for teaching our students how to be leaders! Each day we hope that we teach our students how to be kind, how to have courage, and how to be a great friend. Teaching them to be LEADERS means that they show kindness and courage even when no one else… Read More
Happy Sunday! I wanted to stop by today and share a bit about promoting and rewarding great character in the classroom! As I have been working hard on my Character Curriculum, I’ve been trying to think of ways to encourage our kiddos that are practicing the things we are teaching! Just like we praise their math thinking or handwriting, it’s… Read More
Hi guys! I wanted to stop by and share a fun little side project I just recently started! If I had to choose the thing I am most passionate about in the classroom it would absolutely be relationships! I believe that the teacher-student relationship has the power to make or break a school year and a students’ success! In building… Read More
Hi friends! I’m blogging over at Primary Chalkboard today about Morning Messages! 🙂 Head on over to check it out! 🙂 If you’re curious what else we have going on this month, here’s our calendar!
Hi friends! I wanted to share a fun little activity we did this week to go along with one of everyone’s favorite Back to School read alouds! I’ve mentioned before how much I LOVE directed drawings. They help our kiddos work on fine motor, following directions, and so much more. I try to do them frequently, because I love them… Read More