Lower Elementary1 more
Cross-Curricular

Bouncing Back From Spring Break

Spring Break time is upon us all and I think the general consensus is happy anticipation. We all (teachers and students alike) can benefit from time to recharge our batteries and to come back refreshed and ready for the home stretch of the school year. Here are some tips for getting back to it after a fun reprieve!
A Collection By Melissa Williams
  • 5 Collection Items
  • 5 Collection Items
  • Discussion
Bouncing Back From Spring Break
  • Melissa Williams says:
    This is a short little video by tutor, Claire Burrus, with some pointers for post-spring break motivation. I liked her thoughts on goal-setting and taking stock of previous goals at this junction in the school year.
  • thebehaviorco.com
    thebehaviorco.com

    Motivation is Key to Behavior Management

    5 minute read
    Melissa Williams says:
    Keep your students on-task and behaving as you've come to expect them to. This is a nice resource for general motivators for your students and post-spring break is the perfect time to implement them. Summer break may be creeping closer but three months is a long time to let things slide. Help your students to have a productive home stretch and make it enjoyable for yourself too by keep behavioral issues to a minimum and keeping kids excited about learning!
  • lessonplanspage.com
    lessonplanspage.com

    Avoid Spring Breakdown: Five Ways to Motivate Students at the End of the Year

    4 minute read
    Melissa Williams says:
    Great ideas here for keeping that motivation up. My personal favorite here is moving outdoors. Take advantage of the increasingly pleasant weather! Reading outside can be immensely enjoyable and may spark a new hobby for students to carry with them through the summer, for example.
  • Melissa Williams says:
    This is a fun blog for teachers. It includes links to super useful information such as making that first day back enjoyable and how to survive the last stretch of the school year in general. Take spring renewal to the next level and use this time for fun and engaging lessons!
  • Melissa Williams says:
    Handy tips for teachers outlining how you can keep your students motivated after the break. There are several ideas presented here for shaking up your same-old routine to breath new life into your class. There are some ideas for students too that you can relay to your class!