Final Thoughts

Age Range: 5 - 11
By: Kim Barrett

In the afternoon before the children leave for the day, I would give them each a small piece of paper that they would copy a name of a student (from a list of the students on the board) who had a good thought on that day.

Then they would tell everyone, for example: I liked the way Sam shared his truck with me.

This helps to reinforce positive relationships with their peers, and motivate them to be nicer the next day.

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