November is a great time to teach about Thankfulness.
|This turkey is on a fellow Kindergarten teachers bulletin board. Isn't he cute?|
I want to start my conferences on a positive note, so one thing I do is have the parents write on a turkey feather three compliments about their student. This accomplishes two things: first, it has us talking about good things regarding their child, and second, it gives me feathers for our turkey bulletin board and a chance to compliment each student, making them feel wonderful.
Jen Bradshaw at Teacher Karma
We are in the process now of writing our foldout pages to add to this book created by Jennifer at 4mulaFun
I have so many things to be thankful for, I could fill a hundred journals. Model for your students true gratitude by making your own journal. Happy Thanksgiving!