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On the first day of school we are going to talk about our classroom expectations. I plan to relate this discussion to soccer. Our "goals" are acts of positive behavior (for now I wrote our school-wide expectations until the students can write more specific examples). "Yellow card" behavior would prompt a warning, and "red card" behavior would be sent to the office.
Anchor Charts: Reading and Writing Goals - Teaching and Tapas
This is a great reading chart to have in any grade, including 4th - 8th grade classrooms! It is a chart that talks about goals students have for their reading and when they achieve different steps they can move up on the poster. I think it would be a great incentive in the classroom for kids to want to read more! I would probably make mine a little more colorful and creative, but I love the idea!
Sport Balls Accent Punch-Outs Plastic-coated, write-on, wipe-off surface! Use these creative Accent Punch-Outs to: Create mini bulletin board displays! Use the identical pattern pieces to create numerous matching activities! Accent good work papers by writing student's names on the wipe-off pieces! Emphasize your classroom calendar, weekly menu, rules and policies! Give as individual student reward pieces! Decorate children's parties and holiday events!