5 Days of Kindness Activities for Your Elementary Students

Building a culture of kindness and acceptance is important from day one in the classroom. I wanted my students to be kind and respect those who run our school; especially our custodians, cafeteria workers, and secretaries. They are the ones who have selfless jobs and deserve to know we are thankful for what they do for us and our school. In this blog post, I'm sharing 5 Days of Kindness activities that can be implemented at the beginning of the year or for the month of February.

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Halloween Project Based Learning With Math and Language Arts Activities

Don't get "spooked" during the Halloween season! Get your students under your spell with fun learning activities. There are so many ways you can keep your students engaged during this exciting time. Through project based learning, your students will learn math, ELA, and technology skills.

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Benefits of Using Digital Planners With Project Based Learning

Do you have trouble staying organized during a project based learning unit? It's so easy to leave out important elements of a unit. In this blog post, I'm going to share tips on using my project based learning digital planner. This planner can guide you through any PBL unit. Plus, you can download your own FREE digital planner.

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Teaching Kindness and Acceptance With The Name Jar

As teachers, we want to provide a positive experience for our students. This involves creating a safe and loving classroom environment. The beginning of the year is the perfect time to teach kindness and acceptance. With so many students coming from other cultures, The Name Jar is an excellent book to read at the beginning of the year. 

I've joined my blogger friends with The Reading Crew to share some of our favorite back-to-school read-a-loud books or reading skills activities. We'll share teaching tips and FREEBIES to go along with the resources.

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