An active way to teach students about responsibility! Students will travel from card to card to decide if the action is responsible or not. They will record it on their recording sheet and then move on when the teacher yells "Scoot!
What if everybody did that by Ellen Javernick Great way to teach the importance of rules at the beginning of the year. Special needs kids especially need the reason for rules to be demonstrated visually.
Posters, reader theatre scripts, lesson ideas and character cards for your students all on different character traits that we value. Character education lessons that are fun and you can use them during guided reading and build on fluency.
A great idea to help develop life skills. Students learn how to define the word, give characteristics, examples and non examples. Perfect anchor chart to use for character education. For Great Expectation words. During bellwork?
This Showing Respect FREEBIE is perfect for when you teach your students about respect and the different ways they can show themselves, others, and their school respect! It has 3 pages of printable activities to go along with your social responsibility le