A fun graphic organizer for students to share lots of information about themselves. A great start of school year activity to be displayed in your classroom. Or simply have students create it so you can collect it and learn about them.
All anger (in adults & children alike is unexpressed pent up emotions & feelings)Understanding & identifying the hidden drivers to start to deal with this extreme fight or flight response. The anger iceberg.
Equality doesn't mean Justice== I think I'd like it better if it was equality does not mean fairness. Justice doesn't really translate well to first graders, but they all know about being equal and fair!
Anger Management Skills: "Do not teach your children never to be angry; teach them how to be angry. We empower kids in their relationships when we give them skills to positively process their emotions.
Use permanent marker to write questions on a ball (soccer, beach, volleyball etc). Could also add numbers and have a numbered question sheet for students to refer to. Whatever number their thumb lands closest to is the question they answer.
OUDERCONTACT: Ouders en leraren kijken anders naar hetzelfde kind. Dat is heel logisch, maar het kan handig zijn om je daar bewust van te zijn. De kijklijst kan helpen om te ontdekken welk beeld ouders en leraren hebben. Stof voor een boeiend gesprek.