When my kids came back from spring break this week, they were greeted with shampooed carpets, new collaboration desk clusters, fully stocked common desks, rotated book titles, and one less fish. I forgot to bring back Skittles, our classroom fish, who was still sitting on the entertainment center at home. It was very much a fresh start for everyone after the winter grind that brought long streaks of indoor recess, multiple rounds of state and district testing, and a consistent escalation of…
Leaders/Heroes ARE CAN HAVE & ACT SAY THINK" Tree Maps
As you teach Qualities of a Leader to your students, use this tree map to brainstorm both what Leaders Are, Can, Have AND how Leaders Act, Say, Think (shown in the thumbnail). Also recently added, were two pages that say "Heroes" at the top instead of Leaders.Enjoy!Thank you for downloading,Jen Jon...
Free Back to School Ice Breaker!
It is getting to that time of year again so I decided to put my own spin on an old favorite. I am sure you have seen this BINGO style Get-to-Know-You activity before. I love the activity, but I found that many of the ones available are not all that visually appealing. Further, many are specific to a geographical region or are focused on student
Country Heights Leader in Me
The purpose of this blog is to showcase the students of Country Heights in their journey to become leaders as well as share resources, ideas, and thoughts about The Leader in Me. This is our journey in using the 7 habits to become great leaders.
Leadership Games for Kids
Leadership games for kids can help children learn the skills they'll need for the future while still being fun. If you play the games right, your kids might not even realize they're learning. These games are best played with several children.