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A Memory Strategy to Improve Self-control
Students explore how to monitor their own behavior. They read a book about self-control and respecting others. Students answer questions about the book. They list strategies to assist in behavior improvement.
Assess your kids' strengths, areas for improvement, and classroom behavior with a worksheet for parent-teacher conferences. A cute worksheet allows parents to see how their kids are doing in your class, and what opportunities they have...
Mr. Bip & Mrs. Bop Are Having an Argument
Review comparatives and superlatives using this presentation. While just a short review of the use of big, bigger, and biggest, and pretty and prettier, this could be used to kick off a lesson on the topic. In addition, this resource...
Remembering How to Remember
Students develop study skills related to creating a better memory. This lesson has the intent of giving the teacher and student information about memory and comprehension. It can be used in the lower and upper grades.
I Can Manage Myself (ICMM) Club
Students who have disruptively talked or created a disturbance during a lesson then write an essay about respect. They read an explanation of what respect looks like in the classroom and copy an explanation about why talkative behavior...
Students discuss how to create a bully free classroom. They share teasing and bullying stories and read books on bullying and teasing. Students buddy read with second grade students in order to create friends at the school. They discuss...
Iiicky, Stiicky, I
First graders recognize the short vowel i in written and spoken language. Through listening and matching activities, they discriminate the vowel sound /i/ from other phonemes. Students identify the phoneme and letter in psuedo words they...