TRANSITIONS: KINDERGARTEN FIRST WEEKS

transitionsThe first weeks of kindergarten are tough!  There are so many different routines and procedures to teach and practice.

This simple read-a-loud, mini-reader, and task card can help you teach your students how to transition from one activity to another at school.

Also included are a behavior contract and incentive chart for individual students that may need extra help with transitions.

Happy teaching!!

Love,

Jenni

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IF YOU ARE BOTHERED

bothered

Help your students navigate bothersome behavior with greater independence and fewer tattles using these strategies.

The illustrations include the bothersome behavior and the changed behavior when one of the strategies is used.  I hope you find this resource to be beneficial to you and your students.  Click on the images to see more on my Teachers pay Teachers site.

Love,

Jenni

I RAISE MY HAND: FIRST WEEKS

i raise my hand

Introduce and practice the procedure of raising your hand with this resource.

Included is a full color book for the teacher.

A reader for students to read and color.

 

As well as display and task cards.

This series helps you teach the rules and routines of kindergarten.  I use it to establish procedures and spark discussion.

“Why do we raise our hand?”

“Why is it hurtful to blurt?”

The student reader is also a nice communication to send home, so that parents are part of the conversation and know the classroom expectations for behavior.

I hope you enjoy!  Click on any of the images to see the full resource on my Teachers pay Teachers site.

Love,

Jenni