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Free Printable: Instead Of ‘How Was Your Day?’
Sometimes trying to get information from your kids about how their school day was is like pulling teeth. If I ask "How was your day?" I am almost guaranteed to get the respond "Fine". I learned early on to bypass that question, and jump straight to something from the list below. Often one of these more specific questions will get them thinking through their day and information will pop out whether they meant it to or not.
Kitchen Skills By Age
Список кулинарных навыков ребенка в зависимости от возраста. Как научить ребенка готовить еду. Готовим вместе с детьми. Что и в каком возрасте дети могут делать на кухне. Главные правила для детей на кухне - мыть руки, слушать взрослых, мотать на ус и получать удовольствие от готовки.
Scroll down to the bottom of this post for a free printable! In my last post you may remember me mentioning the We Choose Virtues cards I was reviewing. Well, we are still using these cards and my favorite card to focus on continues to be the Kindness Virtue. The tip on this kindness card, which I …
Positive Behavior Support - Weekly Sticker Chart For Good Choices
Created for those students who need a little extra support in making good choices throughout their school day. This can also be used for work completion, compliance or any other behavioral goal. This is a weekly chart and comes in both a boy and girl version. This chart can easily be managed by classroom teacher and can travel with student to other classrooms or specials. Perfect for collecting or tracking data.