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!Kids love and can relate to Hello David. This is a cute anchor chart showing what NOT to do in school.

read the "No David" book(s). Then ask the children what a peacebreaker is and write down what they say. Then do the same for a peacemaker! Hang in the classroom as a reminder to the children!

classroom management

ANCHOR CHARTS: Use with the book The Peaceful Classroom by Naomi Drew and the No, David books by David Shannon to set up classroom rules and distinguish a peacemaker from a peacebreaker.

(FREE) Classroom Character Expectations - Being KIND Poster

Inside you will find a FREE poster to display in your classroom. This poster can be found in a larger set by clicking ⟶ Classroom Expectations Posters Included are color

First Grade Blue Skies: The Little White Owl and a Freebie! Need to make this anchor chart yourself :-(

The Little White Owl and a Freebie! - First Grade Blue Skies This anchor chart points to what a good friend is and does. The simplicity of it makes it appealing to younger students.

(FREE) Classroom Character Expectations - Being KIND Poster

Inside you will find a FREE poster to display in your classroom. This poster is a great way to remind your students to be KIND. This poster can be found in a larger set by clicking ⟶ Classroom Expectations Posters Included are color

10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving -- Speech paths are seemingly always on the hunt for materials to address problem solving - did you ever consider videos? I found 10 wordless videos that are fun and make kids think about how to fix the main characters' problems!

10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving -- Speech paths are seemingly always on the hunt for materials to address problem solving - did you ever consider videos? I found 10 wordless videos that are fun and make kids think about how to fix the main c