Bring the (affiliate) The 7 Habits of Happy Kids by Sean Covey into the classroom. Here is a fun and easy way for students to encourage one another.
This classroom management tip focuses on positivity. Students jot a note down and place it in a habit bucket.
The student who was “caught” modeling a good habit gets recognized for their good habit building.
Happy Kids: Catch a Habit
Students encourage one another by writing down what they noticed a peer was doing that matched one of the seven habits from the book by Sean Covey.
They place their note into the matching container and the teacher can decide how students get recognized.
It’s an easy way to add positivity into your classroom management and empower your students to build healthy habits that make for happy kids…
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