In this classroom rules learning exercise, students come up with class rules and write them in the form of the constitution. Students can come up with as many rules as the teacher assigns.
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Wanted! A Few Good Friends
What are your scholars' rights and responsibilities? As part of a larger unit, this lesson references past activities. Use the discussion prompts to help scholars recall school rules, then read Lily's Purple Plastic Purse by...
1st - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Wanted: A Few Good Friends
As you introduce your new first graders to their classroom, consider this activity as a way to discuss rules and expectations. Although the introduction seems to focus more on qualities of a good friend, the lesson itself is only part of...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Give Me Five Poster (Good Listening Rules)
Stop struggling to get the attention of your class members by establishing a concrete, manageable system from the get-go. Here is a poster that sets forth five specific rules for good listeners, from keeping your eyes on the speaker to...
K - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Humpty Dumpty: An Example of Why We Need Rules
Young pupils consider the importance of rules at school before helping to create rules for their own classroom! Start the discussion by introducing your class to the poem Humpty Dumpty. What happened to Humpty? What rule could have...
K - 2nd English Language Arts
Learning the Rules with "Never Spit on Your Shoes"
Foster a sense of community by having youngsters work together to create a list of classroom rules. They draw pictures of their hopes for first grade after reading a children's book as a group. They also discuss why it is important to...
1st English Language Arts