Professional Development

July 16, 2012

DeBug Mini-Unit

Many of you have read and even pinned this post about DeBug.  I never imagined that it would be so warmly welcomed!

I have been working over the past week to come up with some activities for you to use to teach DeBug as we are all beginning to think about the new school year! (Can you believe July is already half way over?? YIKES!)

This is a 17 page unit and includes:

  • 5 DeBug scenario header cards
  • 16 DeBug scenario cards for sorting
  • Blacklines for each student to create their very own DeBug to take home
  • “DeBug Club” certificates
  • “Caught Using DeBug” reward cards
  • 3 DeBug posters
  • Whole class DeBug reward jar
You can get it here!  I hope you find it very useful during your first weeks back! 🙂
I’m linking up with What the Teacher Wants! There are a lot of great classroom management things going on right now! Check it out! 

Happy Teaching,



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3 Responses

  1. Love your ideas for the classroom and wish you were my child’s teacher :)!
    I bought the DeBug Mini Unit and love the detailed scenarios,however, I’m not totally sure on some of the scenarios what the best solution is. I feel foolish saying that but was wondering if there is anyway you could email me which one (talk friendly, walk away, etc.) that you put for each scenario.

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