A whole wall dedicated to breaking stereotypes and encouraging students to embrace and love everything about themselves. Characteristic #2 Citation: Miller, D., Daniel, B. (2007) Competent to Cope, Worthy of Happiness? How the Duality of Self-Esteem can Inform a Resilience-Based Classroom Environment. School Psychology International, 28(5), 605-622.
Want to motivate your students to read? With the Book Bingo card, students are challenged to read a variety of genres while trying to get a Bingo. Set up your own reward system and you will be surprised at the results.
Engage your students while teaching the difficult skills of Figurative Language and Theme. Students read a variety of Dr. Seuss books, rate them, find examples of Figurative Language, focus on one book's theme, and complete a variety of projects. Even older elementary students love reading Dr.
This packet provides your students an opportunity to share all about their interests, friends, family, favorites, etc. The pages vary from short answers to drawing and coloring. It is a fantastic way to get to know your students while also being able to informally assess their writing, interests, and work habits.