Help students build social responsibility by creating a classroom contract. Use children's ideas about what a great classroom should be.

Help students build social responsibility by creating a classroom contract. Use children's ideas about what a great classroom should be.

Back to school activities: Choose 1 of 4 social contract posters, glue it on construction paper and then glue it to the center of a piece of tag board.  Trace children's hands and frame their contract.  Kiddos sign their name on their print.  For extra pizzazz, when school pix come back, copy, cut & glue one to their hand.

Back to school activities: Choose 1 of 4 social contract posters, glue it on construction paper and then glue it to the center of a piece of tag board. Trace children's hands and frame their contract. Kiddos sign their name on their print. For extra pizzazz, when school pix come back, copy, cut & glue one to their hand.

Teachers, are you hoping build student social responsibility and encourage good behavior? Creating a classroom contract using children's ideas about what a great classroom should be is the perfect alternative to traditional classroom rules. The anchor cha

Teachers, are you hoping build student social responsibility and encourage good behavior? Creating a classroom contract using children's ideas about what a great classroom should be is the perfect alternative to traditional classroom rules. The anchor cha

instead of having rules hung up on the wall, make it fun and hang this up. this way it doesn't seem like "rules"....idea for work next year :)

instead of having rules hung up on the wall, make it fun and hang this up. this way it doesn't seem like "rules"....idea for work next year :)

Revise for Spanish--have 1 for student, have another for teacher, then establish classroom contract for behaviors as a group

Revise for Spanish--have 1 for student, have another for teacher, then establish classroom contract for behaviors as a group

What's New? Teaching Secondary Social Studies and English with Leah: Dealing with Difficult Students--What to do When Nothing Works

What's New? Teaching Secondary Social Studies and English with Leah: Dealing with Difficult Students--What to do When Nothing Works

good for new year to reinforce rules a a new way.    class promise:  when we care about each other and our classroom we share, take turns and help each other learn.  we listen carefully, always try our best, work hard, give each other praise and have fun together.  we know that every one makes mistakes and we won't laugh or make fun of them.  We think about what is right and stop when someone asks us to.  this is who we are when no one is watching...

good for new year to reinforce rules a a new way. class promise: when we care about each other and our classroom we share, take turns and help each other learn. we listen carefully, always try our best, work hard, give each other praise and have fun together. we know that every one makes mistakes and we won't laugh or make fun of them. We think about what is right and stop when someone asks us to. this is who we are when no one is watching...

Kids brainstorm what a terrific teacher is, does, says, and is not. Great ice breaker for the first week, maybe as a carousel activity

Kids brainstorm what a terrific teacher is, does, says, and is not. Great ice breaker for the first week, maybe as a carousel activity

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