Friday, June 08, 2012

More Smiley Sentences, June Currently, and a Sneak Peek!

I got so much amazing feedback since I posted my Smiley Sentences poster that I decided to expand on the idea a little bit! I started creating some rubrics to go with it and things got a little out of control! Haha!
I put it all together and made a Writing Rubric Pack.


This pack is filled with everything you need to accompany your Smiley Sentences poster!

* smaller versions of the poster (students can paste these in their journals or writing books)
* posters to go with each criteria on the poster and rubric
* writing rubrics that follow the same pattern as the poster
* rubric stickers (avery mailing labels size, can be printed on sticker labels and posted directly on student work)
* everything you need to make your own WRITING GOALS classroom poster!

Want this pack for FREE?? 
Leave me a comment saying how you use positive reinforcement in your classroom and I will choose one winner on Sunday!
Don't forget to leave me your email if you want to be a winner ;)


I'm linking up with Farley's currently today!



I'll be back on Sunday to announce the winner of my Writing Rubric Pack.

I will be showing you my new Writing Portfolio Pack too!
Here's a sneak peek:


See you Sunday,
 

4 comments:

Brittany Kielar said...

Your pack looks awesome. I can't wait for your other writing pack to come out! Positive reinforcement in the classroom can be so powerful when used correctly. I have a clip chart behavior system in my classroom. When I see a student doing something above the ordinary I will praise their action SPECIFICALLY and allow them to move their clip art. Other students always clue into the specific act and start doing it . . . It's a little funny but hey the domino effect can be very helpful when maintaining classroom order.

Brittany
Sweet Seconds

Kimberly said...

I had business cards made about good character. When I catch a student having good behavior or doing this to show good character I give them a card. That card is good for a special treat. They never know when I might hand out a card so it keeps them on their toes.

loveofteaching2@gmail.com

April Kreitzer Wolfe said...

Hi! I am your newest follower. I would love to have your stop by my blog when you get a chance.

APril
Wolfelicious

Janine said...

Oh I pray I win this, it is amazing! I don't know how you create these amazing units, but please don't stop!

I use the Magic 1,2,3 system by Thomas Phelan, this book is truly magical!

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