Perfect for journals, writing centers, bell work, or discussion! Try some of these with your students: Pretend you are a very smart and special turkey. You can both understand English and write (you type with your beak)! Write a letter to Americans to convince them NOT to eat turkey for Thanksgiving. Make a Top 10 list of things that you are thankful for in your life.
Archives for November 2013
Please welcome Stephanie of Principal Principles. Stephanie has written a timely piece for us to enjoy. With staff morale so low at many schools, her ideas could be just the boost your school needs to make working there a joyous experience. Thank you, Stephanie, for sharing with us! Appreciation and morale on a campus go hand-in-hand. People starve for appreciation. Being recognized and appreciated for
Brain breaks are so, so so important! According to pediatric occupational therapist, Loren Shlaes, When we are forced to sit still for long periods, we are either in one of two states: the just right state, meaning that our bodies can support our ability to stay present by remaining effortlessly aroused and upright, or in a sensory needs state, which means that we cannot attend because our bodies
As a blogger, I am often contacted by companies that want me to review their products. I usually decline, but not this time because I have been looking for something like this for years! As a disclaimer, Personal-Planner.com did send me one for free (and one to give away), but I would have gladly paid for this, had I known about it, and the review