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DIY Leader in Me teacher appreciation bag, made from 3 sheets of cardstock, glue, and nylon rope for the handle:

DIY Leader in Me teacher appreciation bag, made from 3 sheets of cardstock, glue, and nylon rope for the handle:

EDITABLE Teacher Binder for Organization (Including Substitute Packet) - Little Lovely Leaders - TeachersPayTeachers.com

EDITABLE Teacher Binder for Organization (Including Substitute Packet)

EDITABLE Teacher Binder for Organization (Including Substitute Packet) - Little Lovely Leaders - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Don't you just wish all of your important papers and information were in one place! Can make this, use the break down.

Teacher Binder for Organization (Including Substitute Packet)

Don't you just wish all of your important papers and information were in one place! Can make this, use the break down.

Redland Elementary | 7 Habits - The Leader in Me | Redland Elementary students show good leadership by being respectful, trustworthy, and honest to those around them. They learn to be responsible for their own choices and behaviors. Students choose to get along with others, listen, and plan effectively. The students learn to lead by example, in that if they make positive choices, others around them will also.

Redland Elementary | 7 Habits - The Leader in Me | Redland Elementary students show good leadership by being respectful, trustworthy, and honest to those around them. They learn to be responsible for their own choices and behaviors. Students choose to get along with others, listen, and plan effectively. The students learn to lead by example, in that if they make positive choices, others around them will also.

Classroom Freebies: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Students simply raise that number using their fingers and nod to them yes or no without having to stop class...because we know what they want/need by looking at their fingers.  The students are told not to abuse this system, though. They know that they should not raise a 3 in the middle of the lesson, for example.

Students simply raise that number using their fingers and nod to them yes or no without having to stop class...because we know what they want/need by looking at their fingers. The students are told not to abuse this system, though. They know that they should not raise a 3 in the middle of the lesson, for example.

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