Two Keys to Teaching Kids Time Management

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It’s not just kids that need to learn time management. If you are often late or if you feel you are always rushing from one appointment or activity to another, learning some time management skills could be helpful to everyone involved.  A few key questions to ask before even developing some strategies for yourself, your…

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The Answer to the Question: What Should I Teach Today?

Wyatt's little book of lesson plans

School is starting SOON!! Wonder what lessons you should teach? What if you had nine lesson plans each with a pretest/post-test, and a word search. What if you had coloring sheets and a fun activity to go along with each lesson? And what if each lesson taught a meaningful skill like cooperation, friendship or teamwork?…

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Teach Kids Not to Give Up

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Do you have a student who gives up easily? Is her philosophy that if she can’t succeed right away, then there’s no point in trying? Does he always anticipate failure when faced with an obstacle? We all face challenges and difficulty from time to time. What makes the difference between someone who persists in the…

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Teach Kids to Be On Time

happy teacher

Are your kids always running late? Are your students always looking for books, backpacks or homework? Do they tell the teacher that the dog ate their homework… and they don’t even have a dog? Developing organizational skills takes practice but it is worth it. Being organized creates success not only in academics but in life…

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What to do when your interventions aren’t working

tired teacher

What to do when your interventions aren’t working A recent post from a school counselor went something like this, ” I’m feeling discouraged and defeated. So often I work with students on behavior issues, especially aggression, and we really connect, have a great session and they go back into the classroom and immediately repeat the…

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