Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Affirmations Galore Giveaway

I believe that one super important thing to do on a daily basis is to affirm your students. This can be done by simply verbally affirming a student or writing them a little note. I try very hard to give specific affirmations to students... not just "Good job Billy!" Instead, I may say, "Billy, you just wrote an amazing sentence and I loved how you remembered to capitalize the first letter of your sentence." Verbal affirmations are easy to give, but I find that when I jot down a quick affirmation and give it to a student that it makes their day! Here's a little freebie that I put together a while ago that you can snag here...



There are four on a sheet, so you just need to cut them apart. They are also available in black/white too!
Also, I just finished and uploaded my latest creation to Tpt tonight...


This 107 page pack contains different activities to get your students affirming each other. 

Here's what's included in the pack...

Sample Pictures...

Just click here to purchase....


I would love to giveaway one of my Amazing Affirmations pack. Just leave me a shout out with your email address. I'll pick a winner Friday evening!






4 comments:

Veronica Varela said...

I would love to win!!! So cute! veronica.varela@live.com

Roxanne Sterling said...

I have my kiddos (K-2) recite affirmations every morning, as it helps to develop positive self esteem and build their confidence. I would love to win a copy of your Amazing Affirmations pack.

Thanks for the opportunity and take care.

foxysexyroxy10@gmail.com

Kim said...

Focusing on the positive is something that I very much believe in. These activities would be an awesome addition to my classroom! Thanks for creating such a great pack to help students stay focused on all the wonderful things they do!
davisk114@yahoo.com

Michelle Jaquillard said...

I am a firm believer in being positive. Giving children affirmations makes their day and they feel so good about themselves. Thank you for creating such a rewarding product.
Michelle
mjaquillard@oregoncs.org

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