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).

Kindergartners Retell Stories With Photo Story

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).

Here's a nice exit ticket idea called "Post It, Prove It." Students must post an answer to a question to show their learning.

Post-It, Prove It! An Exit Ticket Strategy

Here's a nice exit ticket idea called "Post It, Prove It." Students must post an answer to a question to show their learning.

Reception aged children (age 4-5) get involved with dinosaur activities in their classroom.

Reception aged children (age 4-5) get involved with dinosaur activities in their classroom.

Practice adding the correct punctuation to the end of a sentence with this easy grammar game.

Punctuation Stickers: A Fun Punctuation Activity

Practice adding the correct punctuation to the end of a sentence with this easy grammar game.

'Give me a. and a?' - A good way to gain feedback from the children at the end of a lesson.

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