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This is how I encouraged students to 'Get to Know' each other.

Most, if not all, schools have reopened for the new year and days have been filled with getting to know new student.

Tips For:  How to Handle a Child who Refuses to Speak - Learning withe Sunflower Smiles

Tips For: How to Handle a Child who Refuses to Speak - Learning withe Sunflower Smiles

These top 4 ways to help your child or student when they get stuck on a word will make your child a more confident and independent reader! If you need tips and tricks to assist your child while reading out loud, you've come to the right place!

Top 4 Ways to Help When a Child Gets Stuck on a Word - Reading Out Loud

These top 4 ways to help your child or student when they get stuck on a word will make your child a more confident and independent reader! If you need tips and tricks to assist your child while reading out loud, you've come to the right place!

Anyone can do a read aloud, but this post covers what it takes to make your read aloud engaging and great for your students with these five tips!!

5 Tips to Giving a GREAT Read Aloud

Anyone can do a read aloud, but this post covers what it takes to make your read aloud engaging and great for your students with these five tips!

Struggling to win over your students.  Try this... Learning with Sunflower Smiles

Struggling to win over your students. Learning with Sunflower Smiles

Getting to Know You Board Game ($) is perfect for the first few weeks of school when students need to familiarize themselves with one another.  Learning with Sunflower Smiles

Are you looking for some language tools for Back to School? I have linked up with Denise from . She is running a Back to Schoo.

Be Your Student's Superhero!   Learning with Sunflower Smiles

Be Your Student's Superhero! Learning with Sunflower Smiles

bright student vs. gifted learner... very good info

Gifted, bright, smart, talented are different things. You can have a talented failure or a gifted student who makes Cs or a bright child who's a little loosey-goosey but works hard and gets the As that the smart kid won't earn.

I want to have an open relationships with my students and I want them to feel safe discussing any topics, including the more difficult ones like race, culture, religion, etc. I think this saying hanging in the class will foster that idea and is a good way to show your students you are a person always willing to learn and be there for them. This is part of creating a prosocial environment, as our text described in Chapter 4.

Classroom Community Building

Have student wrinkle up the paper heart (not tearing it) and then try to flatten it out. Discuss how words or actions can harm a heart and take time to heal. Good first week of school activity! Teach THINK acronym for before you speak

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