By intentionally taking time to build a positive community in your classroom, you can ease the challenges of classroom management, improve student attitude toward learning, and create an environment where students feel welcomed and supported. Check out Presto Plans' 5 favorite ways to build classroom community on The Secondary English Coffee Shop blog!

By intentionally taking time to build a positive community in your classroom, you can ease the challenges of classroom management, improve student attitude toward learning, and create an environment where students feel welcomed and supported. Check out Presto Plans' 5 favorite ways to build classroom community on The Secondary English Coffee Shop blog!

Building classroom community is essential in every elementary classroom. Students need to work together all year long! This blog post has activities and an anchor chart that are perfect for fostering teamwork.

Cassie Dahl: Teaching and Technology

Building classroom community is essential in every elementary classroom. Students need to work together all year long! This blog post has activities and an anchor chart that are perfect for fostering teamwork.

Ideas for building classroom community using The Name Jar

How to Build a Positive Classroom Community With the Book The Name Jar

12 important things to teach during the first week. Great discussion starters to build classroom community. Motivational posters for the classroo.m

12 important things to teach during the first week. Great discussion starters to build classroom community. Motivational posters for the classroo.m

These 15 note templates are a great way to build community in your classroom. They only come in B/W!  you can print on colored paper if you choose.I plan to give out about 5 a day to students and might share them in our morning meeting. These notes do fit in the adhesive pockets sold at Target Dollar Spot but can be used in any classroom!Students would love keeping these on their desks, in their buckets, or even just bringing home.

Positive Notes: Teacher to Student

These 15 note templates are a great way to build community in your classroom. They only come in B/W! you can print on colored paper if you choose.I plan to give out about 5 a day to students and might share them in our morning meeting. These notes do fit in the adhesive pockets sold at Target Dollar Spot but can be used in any classroom!Students would love keeping these on their desks, in their buckets, or even just bringing home.

Favorite First Week Read Alouds - Building Classroom Community

Building Your Kind, Caring, Growth Mindset Classroom Community

I’m teaming up with my friends at The Elementary Entourage blog for a fun filled Back to School Bash! We are bringing you tips, ideas, lessons, and most importantly, FREEBIES for this back to school season! One thing that I think is so important at the beginning of the school year is to build a …

Back to School Bash

I’m teaming up with my friends at The Elementary Entourage blog for a fun filled Back to School Bash! We are bringing you tips, ideas, lessons, and most importantly, FREEBIES for this back to school season! One thing that I think is so important at the beginning of the school year is to build a …

Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom-Teach your students how to give and receive compliments. A great activity to build character for your classroom. Perfect for any grade, this character development activity is sure to be a hit and change your classroom into a kind and respectful place.

Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom

Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom-Teach your students how to give and receive compliments. A great activity to build character for your classroom. Perfect for any grade, this character development activity is sure to be a hit and change your classroom into a kind and respectful place.

Learn about a project one teacher did with her students to build trust and create stronger bonds between students. Includes a video you will never forget.

The Compliments Project

Learn about a project one teacher did with her students to build trust and create stronger bonds between students. Includes a video you will never forget.

Morning Meeting Questions

Morning Meeting Questions

Every morning, my class begins with a morning meeting. My main goals of morning meeting are to get students to wake up, start talking, build relationships, and

Ice breaking activities for the first few days of school to help build a community atmosphere.

Ice breaking activities for the first few days of school to help build a community atmosphere.

Building classroom community is essential in every elementary classroom. Students need to work together all year long! This blog post has activities and an anchor chart that are perfect for fostering teamwork.

Cassie Dahl: Teaching and Technology

Building classroom community is essential in every elementary classroom. Students need to work together all year long! This blog post has activities and an anchor chart that are perfect for fostering teamwork.

Every child, every day, needs to feel valued and important! Learn how to use Morning Meetings to transform your classroom community! | Responsive Classroom | Classroom Management

How to Make Morning Meeting the BEST Part of Your Day

Every child, every day, needs to feel valued and important! Learn how to use Morning Meetings to transform your classroom community! | Responsive Classroom | Classroom Management

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Back To School Friend Wanted Ads (iTeach Third)

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