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FREE Classroom Posters For Every Teacher

Description Start the school year with these FREE posters for every teacher, because we ALL teach character education! Have you ever had one of THOSE years? I'm sure you know what I mean... the kind of year that makes you a little crazy? When you spend half your time on character education? These FREE classroom posters are for you. Print them in colorful paint splatter, or in plain black and white (I've been told they look great on bright colored card stock). I hope you find them useful! If…

Tracy
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Never blame another person for your personal choices — you are still the one who must live out the consequences of your choices. — Caroline Myss

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How to make your own Good Choices and Bad Choices Bins (also called consequences and rewards jars) with FREE, EDITABLE printables!

It's no secret that parenting is rough especially when it comes to discipline. Honestly I don't know who it's harder on, me or the kids! R...

Mary Perry
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Choices and Consequences Lesson

One of the topics my 4th grade teachers wanted me to cover, per their needs assessment results, was responsibility. I've got to admit "Sorry I asked" and "Ugh, boring" were both thoughts that ran through

I'll be honest and say that teaching my 4th grade students about choices and consequences seemed like it might be sort of boring to teach, but I was able to create resources and activities to make this guidance lesson really engaging and fun! Read my post to learn more about the videos and collaborative learning activities that really taught my students more about how their actions might be affecting others.

I'll be honest and say that teaching my 4th grade students about choices and consequences seemed like it might be sort of boring to teach, but I was able to create resources and activities to make this guidance lesson really engaging and fun! Read my post to learn more about the videos and collaborative learning activities that really taught my students more about how their actions might be affecting others.

One of the topics my 4th grade teachers wanted me to cover, per their needs assessment results, was responsibility. I've got to admit "Sorry I asked" and "Ugh, boring" were both thoughts that ran through

One of the topics my 4th grade teachers wanted me to cover, per their needs assessment results, was responsibility. I've got to admit "Sorry I asked" and "Ugh, boring" were both thoughts that ran through