Talking about strong and weak choices in the classroom is such a great way to build a positive classroom community. This resource pairs nicely with the book, We Don't Eat our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins. Anchor Chart headings, 24 strong and weak choice scenario cards, writing pages and two interactive Boom Decks included. Perfect for the beginning of the school year as well as throughout the year as a refresher or after a long break. Click the picture to read more.
Greeting students in the morning will set a positive tone each day. Help your students feel welcome and safe the moment they arrive! Best of all, these morning greeting signs will help strengthen relationships by offering choices, and by providing an opportunity for brief chit-chat and personal connections.
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When a child has extreme behaviors a lot of time, energy, and staff support goes towards intervening in crises, identifying needs, evaluating precipitating factors, considering the functions of the behaviors, and securing needed supports for THAT STUDENT. But what about the rest of the children?
Have you been thinking about introducing restorative practice, but not sure how it looks in the elementary classroom? This is a start kit designed for K-2! There are visual supports, background knowledge pages, and 20 lesson plans based on read alouds ready to use with your students. From Positively Learning #restorativepractice #restorativecircles