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5 Ways to Engage Parents Using Google Drive

5 Ways to Engage Parents Using Google Drive - Awesome ideas for gathering contact information, creating digital behavior contacts, and using Google forms for Parent-Teacher Conference sign ups. Genius!

FREE This would make a great hand-out for back to school night or parent conferences! Engage in a thoughtful conversation with your child by using this list of open-ended questions to start the conversation flowing.

from ADDitude Magazine

Impulse Control Strategies for School and Home

Impulse Control: ADHD children often get in trouble for acting on their impulses. Find techniques for home and school that will help children with attention deficit disorder learn to rein in bad behaviors. from:

from ADDitude Magazine

Anger Management Tips for ADHD Kids: More Behavior Help

More ADHD Behavior Help | Anger Management for ADHD Kids


5 Benefits of Weekly Reflections

Weekly Reflections are a great way to get students to look back on their week to identify successes and challenges. Students can use their reflections to set further goals. They are perfect for sharing learning with parents. This free weekly reflections booklet works great in upper elementary classrooms!!

from Comprehension Connection

Parents Involvement Matters

Great tips for increasing parents involvement in your classroom all year long!

Prepping for Parent Teacher Conferences. Tips and free forms to send home!

from Peppy Zesty Teacherista

Do you Class Dojo

Do you Class Dojo? – Peppy Zesty Teacherista

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Social Skills Interactive Student Notebook

Are you looking for interactive lessons to teach social skills. This interactive student notebook will teach your students the critical social skills they need to be successful. Teachers who have used this resource are saying, "This has been an amazing addition to my therapy routine! Thank you!" "Perfecto! I have a counselor that comes to work with my whole class, but this will be something that I can use daily during the first week or so of school to reinforce behavior expectations.