This could be very useful once the kids learn how to use it, however, I know that I would want more than just a few little boxes and I don't know that putting them on the wall would be the best idea because then you have to worry about whether or not you are using strong enough card stock that will hold to the wall while keeping the papers from not spilling all over the floor.
Growth Mindset Coupons/BadgesI use these badges with my students to praise them when they display a growth mindset. I give each student a page of the badges and I have them observe their classmates. Then I have designated badge times where Ill give the opportunity for them to give out badges (if you let them give them out whenever they want it becomes a distraction).
Eat lunch in the classroom Extra PE time Extra recess time No homework for the night A day with no desks or chairs Mrs. Glasmann shows us her 6th grade picture (Where do they come up with this stuff?) Play a class game Rearrange desks however students want (This came with the stipulation that I can move them back any time I'd like.) Bring a drink and snack to school Movie morning with popcorn
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