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Must-Have Children’s Books and Videos About Respect

Must-Have Children’s Books and Videos About Respect

Teaching children about respect for self and peers is so important. This can be accomplished through both books and videos. This collection will be sure to grab your students' attention and open up the conversation to ways respect can be shown and demonstrated. Books...

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Why Morning Meetings are More Important than Ever

Why Morning Meetings are More Important than Ever

Right now, most teachers are more worried about the social-emotional well-being of our students than how their math and reading scores will look in the fall. Yes, academics are important, but so is building classroom community and checking in with your lucky little...

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How to Teach Cooperation in the Classroom

How to Teach Cooperation in the Classroom

More than anything, we need to help our lucky little learners work together through collaboration and cooperation! Teamwork is such an important skill to practice in the primary classroom.  In Module 8 of the The Encouraging Classroom you’ll have activities and...

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Breathing Techniques for Kids

Breathing Techniques for Kids

School and at home learning can be stressful for your lucky little learners. Being mindful and teaching your students how to be responsible for their own learning and well-being in the classroom is so important. This is something we emphasize in The Encouraging...

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5 Ways to Start the Day with a Positive Attitude

5 Ways to Start the Day with a Positive Attitude

School can be frustrating and overwhelming for both teachers and students. There is so much work to do, and for our students, new concepts don’t always come easy. There are a lot of emotions and skills to navigate outside just academics. By focusing on a growth...

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How to Teach Empathy in the Classroom

How to Teach Empathy in the Classroom

Empathy is the character trait where one is really putting themselves in someone else’s place. It’s more than just sympathy and feeling sorry for another person. It’s putting yourself in another’s shoes and truly trying to understand what they are going through. This...

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The Best Sensory Tools for Your Calm Down Corner

The Best Sensory Tools for Your Calm Down Corner

When it comes to teaching, having a set of tools or a special area for kids to breathe is incredibly important. That's where Calm Down Corners come in! They are a small designated area in your classroom where kids can decompress and try to relax when they are feeling...

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Ideas to Help with Blurting out in the Classroom

Ideas to Help with Blurting out in the Classroom

Your lucky little learners are ready to learn and share (usually verbally) all of their knowledge. Sometimes, these facts and figures are ready to pop out of their mouths at anytime. Blurting can be a big problem in the primary grades. It’s so important to teach your...

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How to Teach Honesty in the Classroom

How to Teach Honesty in the Classroom

Let’s be honest. Teaching students how to tell the truth isn’t as easy as it sounds. Honesty is more than just avoiding lying. Honesty also includes integrity and using open communication at home and school. These are definitely skills students need to practice from...

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