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Ms. Sepp's Counselor Corner: Warm Fuzzies & Cold Pricklies Pre K, Anchor Charts, Once Upon A Time, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Community, Counselors, Counseling Help, After School Care, Individual Behavior Management

In kindergarten we read the following story: Warm Fuzzies and Cold Pricklies Once upon a time there was a village. All of the people in the village got along very well. There was kindness, love, compassion, and justice. Every person in the village owned a special bag. It was given to them by their parents at the age of 3. Inside this bag were hundreds of warm fuzzies. Warm fuzzies were soft, cuddly, cottony little puffs. When you gave someone a warm fuzzy, they felt warm and fuzzy inside…

Ivy Elizabeth
Rainbow Warm Fuzzies Jar of 30 Warm Fuzzies - Etsy Diy Gifts, Cricket, Diy, Little Critter, Warm Fuzzies, Toddler Skills, Warm Fuzzy Jar, Toddler Room, Daycare

30 Rainbow Warm Fuzzies Used in classrooms Promote well being, kindness, empathy and much more with warm fuzzies. These cute little critters are a great way to encourage your students to do the right thing. Warm Fuzzies are soft and furry 5cm critters with two eyes. They come in rainbow and pastels. They come with their own home and a poem to assist with their use. They can come back to their home at the end of each day, to be reused again. Exported By ExportYourStore :)…

Quiet Critters sit on desks of students who are working quietly, but they disappear at the first sign of noise. Love this idea! Early Childhood, Classroom Ideas, Diy, Primary School Education, Teaching, Pre K, Crafts, Quiet Critters, Teaching Tools

In Queensland this weekend the weather has been truly terrible. We have had gale force winds and torrential rain since Friday so I have been hiding inside for a few days. I'm sure you've seen the images on the TV of the flooding that many parts of the state are experiencing. It's really sad - especially since many families and businesses are still recovering from the 2011 floods. :( To try and make the best use of the forced time inside, I worked on some lesson planning and sorted through my…

Laura Candler
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As the school year comes to a close, I can't help but to start thinking about next year. I love to reflect on what went well over the year, but also about what I can do to improve. Here are some of my favorite tips that are super easy to implement to create a more positive classroom climate! This one sounds so simple, but I find it is one of the first things I neglect to do when things get busy... and it makes a HUGE difference! I won't go into the nitty gritty researched details, but trust…

Dear Santa

Teaching methods and strategies vary based on teacher, classroom, and any other factor you can think of. Positive behavior can be encouraged in your classroom community with singing, motivating students and whole group ideas to foster your ideal classroom environment. Positive behavior is what we all desire to see so we can apply the teaching methods and strategies we've worked hard to learn. Heck, we went through four years of college to learn them! It stands to reason that if positive…

Nat Gazz
Mrs. Russell's Room: The Importance of Warm Fuzzies Parents, Fresh, Ideas, Wells, Parent Communication, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Community, Kindergarten Classroom Management, Teaching Elementary

The beginning of the year is a great time to start fresh. No matter what the previous year was like, this is a new year, with new kids and new opportunities. The relationships you build with your parents and their children are an integral part of the climate of your year. The first interactions are...Read More »

Michele Montgomery