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Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom. The best way to promote kindness and caring behaviors in our classrooms is to model them. When we show our students what it LOOKS like and SOUNDS like to be kind, there is a far greater chance they will repeat those modeled behaviors. It is so important to remember that children watch their teachers all the time and listen to everything they say (especially when it’s not in a lecture).

Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom: Teaching kindness to kids is more important than ever before. With just a little investment of time, our classrooms, schools — and even the world — can become a much kinder place!

Help prevent bullying in your classroom by explaining the concept of Bucket Filling to your students. Bucket Filling gives students a great visual as well as a concrete way to talk about their feelings and how others are affecting them. This colorful presentation outlines the major points and concepts of bucket filling in a child friendly way!

Help prevent bullying in your classroom by explaining the concept of Bucket Filling to your students. Bucket Filling gives students a great visual as well as a concrete way to talk about their feelings and how others are affecting them.

Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom. The best way to promote kindness and caring behaviors in our classrooms is to model them. When we show our students what it LOOKS like and SOUNDS like to be kind, there is a far greater chance they will repeat those modeled behaviors. It is so important to remember that children watch their teachers all the time and listen to everything they say (especially when it’s not in a lecture).:

Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom. The best way to promote kindness and caring behaviors in our classrooms is to model them. When we show our students what it LOOKS like and SOUNDS like to be kind, there is a far greater chance they will re

A bulletin board titled Are You a Bucket Filler? has examples of good and bad decisions.

Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom. The best way to promote kindness and caring behaviors in our classrooms is to model them. When we show our students what it LOOKS like and SOUNDS like to be kind, there is a far greater chance they will re

Awesome idea!  Just pick a stick out of the pocket needed for an assistant.  Students can choose where they want to put their name.  Love this!!!

Help Wanted bulletin board. Pockets with classroom job descriptions. Write student names on craft sticks and place them in appropriate pocket. Fun and easy way to switch up student jobs throughout the year.

How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it.

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How to say I'm sorry. This chart helps my kindergarten students solve their problems independently. It has provided many tools and strategies for them!

Keep your teacher binder organized

Binder Pages for the Organized Teacher

Do you teach your students about growth mindset? These notes from the teacher are the perfect complement to my other growth mindset products, including my  affirmation posters, flip books, and growth mindset privacy office!  Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 24 notes will reinforce your students for incorporating growth mindset concepts into their lives!

Growth Mindset: Notes from the Teacher

Do you teach your students about growth mindset? These notes from the teacher are the perfect complement to my other growth mindset products, including my affirmation posters, flip books, and growth mindset privacy office! Easy to use for teachers and s

Great visual way to promote self-monitoring behavior.

Motivational Marble for students, but could be used for weight loss, too. Just add a "treat" for yourself as you reach a certain milestone. Could be used for class goals

A guide to daily happiness

If you didn't start out your year (all grade levels) discussing bucket filling, go back. it's not too late! For great anchor chart activity to go with the book: Have You Filled a Bucket Today? Teach your students compassion and empathy.

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