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Schoolwide positive activities, grades K-6

Lee Canter

Schoolwide positive activities, grades K-6

by Lee Canter

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Published by Lee Canter & Associates in [Santa Monica, Calif.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School discipline,
  • School management and organization

  • Edition Notes

    Woodring-Everett copy for special program enrollment use only. Click on the link in the LOCATION box for more information.

    Other titlesSelf-Sustaining Programs Collection.
    StatementLee Canter and Marlene Canter.
    SeriesLee Canter"s assertive discipline
    ContributionsCanter, Marlene.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p. :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15981859M
    ISBN 100939007037
    ISBN 109780939007035
    OCLC/WorldCa20180316

    Grades: K - 12 th: Price: Inexpensive: Category: Tangible: Value: Book Talk / Book Club: Student gets to share a book or book talk with their peers by reading a book, giving a review of a book, posting information about a book on Flipgrid, or by hosting a book club with treats during the students’ independent reading time. Get this from a library! Closing circles: 50 activities for ending the day in a positive way ; K [Dana Januszka; Kristen Vincent] -- Bringing the school day to a peaceful end enhances learning and reaffirms classroom community. Gather with your class for a 5- or 10 .

    Collaborative Literacy is a rigorous, yearlong curriculum for students in grades K–6 that addresses the core reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills that students need while fostering their growth as caring, collaborative, and principled people. Academic interventions for students needing additional support in ELA and Math. Have a teacher read a special book to the entire class Have an extra recess Have teacher share a special skill (e.g. Sing) Have the teacher make a positive phone call home Help in a lower level class Keep a stuffed animal at desk Learn how to do something special on the computer- like graphics or adding sound

    Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support. Technology Choice Program. 3rd Grade. 4th Grade. 5th Grade. Non-Discrimination Statement. Site Map. Khan Academy Breakfast. NearPod Interactive Lessons. Choice Application Deadlines. Choice Application Deadline Choice application Deadline. Field Day/School-Wide Activities. A good way to develop field days for grades K Submitted by Debby Neely, Roanoke, Texas. Continue Reading → Great Activities Admin; Leave a comment; Mother Goose Fun Day Field Day/School-Wide Activities. Sally Hassinger from Mt. Pleasant Mills, Pennsylvania submitted this field day alternative.


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Schoolwide positive activities, grades K-6 by Lee Canter Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Book reports are a thing of the past, and it's time to be innovative and try some book activities that your students will enjoy.

The activities below will reinforce and enhance what your students are currently a few, or try them all. They can also be repeated throughout the year. Schoolwide Positive Activities: Ideas for Reinforcing Positive Schoolwide Behavior.

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Apple. Android. Windows Phone. Android. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. /5(22). Teaching with Interactive Picture E-Books in Grades K–6 By: Heather Schugar, Carol Smith, Jordan Schugar The article also addresses ways to familiarize students with multi-touch tablet devices while encouraging students and teachers to transfer print-based reading strategies to this new medium.

Topic Page: When schools implement PBIS, they start by implementing it school-wide. Three critical features – systems, practices, and data – work together to promote positive, predictable, safe environments for everyone in all school settings.

Nov 4, - Explore Brandon Chason's board "School Wide Themes", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about School wide themes, School, School themes pins. Grades: K - 6 th: Price: Free: Category: Privilege: Value: Admission to field day: Student is allowed to attend Field Day at the end of the year.

Grades: K - 12 th: Price: Inexpensive: Category: Privilege: Value: Admission to field trip for positive behavior: Student can attend a field trip for their positive behavior. Grades: K - 12 th. Aside from all of the activities and exercises mentioned already, there are a few other fun exercises that can help your students build empathy.

This PDF from The Teachers Guild () describes several fun exercises that you can try in your classroom or schoolwide. Amazing Empathy Race. This activity involves the whole school, including staff. Schoolwide Positive Activities, grades K-6 – Lee Canter, Marlene Canter (Canter, ) Teaching Character: Teacher’s Idea Book – Anne C.

Dotson, Karen D. Dotson (Character Devel. Group, ) Living Values Activities for Children Ages – Diane Tillman, Diana Hsu (Health Comm, ). School-Wide Positive Behavior (intervention) Supports 16 Social Skills Posters Emphasis has shifted to schools to create environments which include proactive strategies for defining, teaching, and supporting appropriate student behaviors and to create positive school environments.

Instead of teach 51 pins. School-Wide Rewards Improve Behavior, Boost Achievement Part 5: Principals Share More Rewards Books and Beasties. Each week our campus picks a boy and a girl from each grade level to be our Students in the Spotlight.

We publish their pictured in the local newspaper and they get a coupon that enables them to be the first one in line for. Virginia Department of Education Every Student Succeeds Act of Title I Schoolwide Plan Division Name: Fairfax County Public Schools School Name: Lorton Station Elementary School Date: Janu Title I schools implementing schoolwide programs are required to develop schoolwide plans in accordance with Section (b) of the Every Student Succeeds Act of (ESSA).

The activities are divided into three main sections. Section 1: Classroom Behavior Activities in this section focus on how to behave in class, classroom rules, and disruptions.

Section 2: School-Wide Rules Activities in this section give students positive guidance for assemblies, using the bathroom, school safety, and school s: 3. |Grades K-6| Use these fun ideas to help your students succeed in the classroom and beyond when they learn to accept positive and negative feedback the right way.

Students in grades K-6 will enjoy the activities as they. Component Three–Activities to Ensure Mastery. The schoolwide plan upgrades the entire school’s program.

At the same time, it should address how students who have not met standard in certain skills will receive effective and timely assistance. Each student is different, and some students may need more help to get back on track.

Camp BOOK IT. reviewed by TeachersFirst. Camp BOOK IT. is a summer home reading program where students in grades K-6 earn monthly rewards for achieving reading goals.

After enrolling in the program, parents use the digital dashboard to track their student's reading progress during June. 10 hands on activities to encourage a positive attitude. Keep Quote books (older kids) Words have power, so why not surround your kids with positive thoughts.

Have you ever read a positive quote at just the right moment. Think about the powerful impact it had. Now imagine what those positive thoughts can do for your kids. The First 6 Minutes (Grades K-8) $35 $; The Best of Great Activities (Grades K-8) $30 $15; Positive Personal Social Activities for Elementary PE (Grades K-5) $18 $9; Infinity Flash Cards/Minds In Motion Everyday – Bundle (Grades K-6) $50 $.

Choose books for guided reading that contain the words being learned. Write a daily message on chart paper using the targeted words, to read together with your students.

Have students draw pictures to illustrate the “am” words. Adapt this lesson plan and teach weekly spelling in grades K-2nd.5, students from grades K–6 in seven school districts across build positive relationships between home and school and honor teacher’s calendar, cross-age buddies activity book, homeside activities, and schoolwide community-building activities costs $ The principal’s package (which includes all.

In the past, we have had school-wide incentives such as eat lunch with a buddy, eat lunch or breakfast with an administrator, and even grade-level relay races and obstacle courses. This year, the decision was made to concentrate more on team-centered activities as a means for students to have more opportunities to participate.