I Brought Home My Homework Reward Chart
In this homework accountability worksheet, students use markers or stickers to keep track of whether or not they bring home their homework. This page has 7 day labeled weeks and 4 weeks per page.
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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
New Review 50 Month-by-Month Draw and Write Prompts
Use a set of 50 writing prompts all year long with topics including back to school, the 100th day of school, and everything in between. This must-have resource is sure to get young writers on their way to becoming experienced writers.
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Teachers' Guide: Take Time to Remember
The Royal Canadian Legion offers this teacher's guide designed to remind learners of all ages of the sacrifices made by Canadian soldiers in not only World War I but also the Korean and Gulf wars. The 42-page packet is filled with...
3rd - 12th Social Studies & History
Picture Sticker Reward Charts - 5
Sticker reward charts have been used with small or struggling children and children with special behavioral needs for years. Here are eight different sticker charts with animal themes. When children reach their target, they place a...
Pre-K - 3rd Social Studies & History
ABC’s of Bullying Prevention
What is the problem? Why should I care? What can I do about it? These three questions are at the heart of a program designed to lead young people to understand that the way to prevent bullying is for their Attitude and Behavior to Change...
Pre-K - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable