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Hall of Heroes

Building Relationships with Middle School Students


This printable is a superhero twist on a getting-to-know-you survey that will help in building relationships with middle school students. While our Buddy Binder sheets could also be used with older students, they're really more for facilitating students' making new friends. The questions on this survey will be particularly [...]

Building Relationships with Middle School Students2018-09-18T14:06:32+00:00

Positive Valentines


These printables are great for Valentines, positive reinforcement, or even encouragement during end-of-year testing. Download the Valentines here. Download the Valentines here.

Positive Valentines2018-05-11T14:35:49+00:00

Think Before You Speak: Helpful, Hurtful, Not Helpful, or Kind?


This activity will help students think before they speak, considering whether their statement will be helpful, hurtful, not helpful, or kind. (And FYI, while this activity shows characters from our middle school game, Hall of Heroes, it can certainly be used with upper-elementary students, too!) Superheroes in training [...]

Think Before You Speak: Helpful, Hurtful, Not Helpful, or Kind?2017-11-30T09:58:28+00:00

Positive and Negative Self-Talk


This is one lesson that I could really use myself. I over-analyze, over-think, and negative self-talk my way into unnecessary stress all the time. Remember those blissful years when the three little dots that show someone is typing on an iPhone didn’t exist? Back when we all had [...]

Positive and Negative Self-Talk2018-10-19T10:47:18+00:00

Transition to Middle School Part 2: Opening Lockers


Students who are transitioning to middle school may be anxious about all sorts of things, but opening the lock on their locker doesn’t need to be one of them. This printable gives students information on how to open a combination lock. I went to a K-8 Catholic school, [...]

Transition to Middle School Part 2: Opening Lockers2017-06-22T11:55:23+00:00

Transition to Middle School


Are your students starting to get anxious about their transition to middle school? I went to a K-8 Catholic school, so I didn’t have to go through this particular transition. I did, however, move to public high school after 8th grade. I’d never had a locker before, I’d [...]

Transition to Middle School2017-06-22T11:59:38+00:00