Literacy

Professional Development

August 2, 2014

Back to School #selfie

With all the #selfie craziness that there is, I KNEW I wanted to make something that could be used in the classroom during back to school time.

Teaching classroom expectations and procedures can get really boring.  You do it once, then again, then again, then again, then you practice one more time.  I do, however, completely agree with taking the time to set these expectations. I just want it to be more fun!

So, I created some pages that the kids can use to draw a #selfie of them doing the procedure correctly!  Here’s a look!

 

 

 

 

I also created a mini-book that the kids could do individually or a class book that they could all work on together! You can take a closer look, see my other ideas, and peek at what all is included by clicking the picture below!
What is your favorite way to help reinforce beginning of the year classroom expectations and procedures?

Teach back to school expectations with this fun selfie activity! Students will have fun learning all about how to behave. You'll love a fresh way to improve classroom management! #classroommanagement #backtoschool #bevahiormanagement #selfie # classroomexpectations #elementaryteacher

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Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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