I created this resource to supplement Unit II of the MindUp Curriculum. Even if you are not using the curriculum, the printables would be helpful for a teacher trying to implement mindful activities.
Lesson 4- Mindful Listening- 1 Printable/1 Response
(There are two versions of the printable, one that goes with the book and one that I altered to work better in my classroom.)
Lesson 5- Mindful Seeing- 1 Printable/ 1 Response
Lesson 6- Mindful Smelling- 2 Printables/2 Responses
Lesson 7- Mindful Tasting- 2 Printables/1 Response
Lesson 8- Mindful Movements I- 1 Printable/I Response
Lesson 9- Mindful Movements II- 1 Printable/2 Responses
In this packet, you will find anchor posters, visual prompts, definition cards, and reflection sheets to use for kids who struggle with anxiety or constant worrying. Posters are included in both landscape and portrait. They are also included in color and black and white. Reflection sheets included for primary and intermediate students.
Strategies included are:
Pop that Bubble!
Take Deep Breaths
Flip Your Brain
Some of these strategies are used with Zones of Regulations and Think Social.
Do your students set individual goals? If so, this is just the product you need! I have struggled for the last year to find something that works to help my students set, monitor, and maintain individual goals. This product works perfectly!! Many goals are included but I've also included an editable goal page if you can't find the one that meets your needs. I've also included possible action steps for each goal included. If you have any suggestions for goals not included, please send them my way! I'd love to include them.
Included in this pack are:
An intro page explaining how I use these sheets in my classroom
Classroom Smart Goal Posters
Goals for each Mathematical Practice
Goals for Timed Math Tests
Goals for Finding the Main Idea
Goals for Finding the Main Topic
Goals for Reading Fluently
Goals for Decoding Accurately
Goals for Asking and Answering Questions
Goals for Comprehension
Goals for Capitalization
Goals for Punctuation
Goals for Spacing
Goals for Spelling
Goals for Topic Sentence
Goals for Details
Goals for Closing Sentence
Goals for Using Strong Adjectives
Goals for Handwriting
Goals for Editing
Goals for Revising
Goals for Maintaining Writing Focus
Parent letters for introduction to the goal, weekly monitoring, and a wrap up letter for after 4 weeks
Goal Grid for Teacher Recording of Weekly Goals
Don't see the goal you need? Please contact me and let me know what it is. I'll include it for you!
I am always looking for engaging ways for my kiddos to practice Spelling words, Word Work skills, and Vocabulary words. The pack provides just that! No matter if you just need it for one or all; your students will love the activities. There are over 20 pages to practice with. In my classroom, I make copies of a few of the sheets each week and put them in my Word Work station for Daily 5. I also include one in my weekly homework packet.
Create a Code
Words without Vowels
Vowels in Color
Four Times (Vertical)
Four Times (Horizontal)
Three Ways (Vertical)
Three Ways (Horizontal)
What My Word Worth? (Nickel and Penny)
What My Word Worth? (Nickel and Dime)
What My Word Worth? (Dime and Quarter)
Switch it Up
Magazine Mix Up
Back it Up
Tap it Out
Clap it Out
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I created this resource to supplement Unit III of the MindUp Curriculum. Even if you are not using the curriculum, the printables would be helpful for a teacher trying to implement mindful activities.
Lesson 10- Perspective- 7 Printables/1 Response
Lesson 11- Optimistic Thinking- 3 Printables/ 1 Response
Lesson 12- Appreciating Happy Memories- 2 Printables /
This back to school pack is just what you need to start the year off the right way. It works as a great introduction to the year and helps you to get to know your students.
Included in the pack are:
* A cover page for grades K-2
* All About Me
* The Best Thing About My Summer
*My First Day of ____ Grade (My First Day of Kindergarten page included, also)
* My Teacher
* My Goal
* Ways to be a Good Friend
Please download the preview for a sample of what is included.
I constantly change my lesson plan format for my guided reading groups. I'll make something but wish it included something else so then I'll make that. In this pack is all of those forms and more!
Front of Running Record Form
Back of form with more focus on fiction
Back of form with prompting questions for both fiction/non-fiction
Strategy posters for decoding skills
Anecdotal note form
3 Group planning templates with Student #s
3 Group planning template with Student Names
3 Group/Conferences planning template with Student #s
3 Group/Conferences planning template with Student names
4 Group/Writing Group planning template with Student #s
4 Group/Writing Group planning template with Student Names
Guided Reading Lesson plan A-I template
Guided Reading Lesson plan J and up template
A different Guided Reading Lesson plan A-I template
A different Guided Reading Lesson plan J and Up template
Examples of the Guided Reading templates in use
If you have any questions, please ask! Thanks!
I created this resource to supplement Unit I of the MindUp Curriculum. Even if you are not using the curriculum, the printables would be helpful for a teacher trying to implement mindful activities.
Lesson 1- How Our Brains Work- 1 Printable/1 Response
Lesson 2- Mindful Awareness- 4 Printables/ 2 Responses
Lesson 3- Core Breathing- 2 Responses
I created these posters to go with the wording of the enVision series posters. You can use them with any series though. I did add a kid friendly descriptor as well. The last two pages are task cards that I put on rings for each of the kids to refer to.
Tootling is the good twin of tattling. When a student "tootles", they are telling the good things their classmates do. By doing this, it is motivating for students to tattle less and tootle more!
This behavior tool helps students to reflect on their choices and their behavior. It also works great as a communication tool to let parents know about their child's behavior choices.
If you download, please leave some love! :)
**I've updated this to include to an intermediate version also. **
I use this this folder daily communication tool between myself and parents. I have my student complete the reading the log each night and the reflection at the end of the day on Friday. I've included a couple of different cover options, point recording options, and weekly log options. Enjoy!
These forms are great snapshots of important information for each student in your classroom. I give them out at Meet the Teacher night so that my students can return them within the first few days of school. It's a quick reference when calling parents and gives you a feel for where the parents believe their student is academically/behaviorally.
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