Monday, September 2, 2013

What is a "Think Sheet"?

Hello blogger friends! I know I have been talking about this "Think Sheet" for awhile and haven't really gotten a chance to blog about it - I have been super busy setting up my classroom and getting ready for the new school year. But like promised, here is a little description of what a "Think Sheet" is. First, the picture for the entry:
"Think Sheet" is just another phrase for "Behavior Journal" - a chance for students to reflect on their behavior in writing before more serious consequences kick in, like detention or a phone call home. Just like the behavior chart, there are many variations of a "Think Sheet" depending on the grade level. This is a simple "Think Sheet" for the lower grade children, where they can either draw or write what they did (bad behavior) and what they should have done instead (good behavior). Not only is this a good chance for students to reflect on their behavior, but also great documentation for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

In the next entry, I will reveal some BEFORE and AFTER pictures of my classroom. Five days of super hard work getting rid of junk from previous teachers and setting up my classroom to make it my own!

1 comment:

  1. I am a new follower and I really enjoy all the worksheets you post on the blog, as well as the ideas about how to set up a classroom.


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