Building strong relationships in the primary classroom is one of the most important foundations you can focus on at the beginning of the school year. Having a strong classroom community supports better classroom management and academic success. Here on my blog, I’m sharing some of my best classroom community building activities that are perfect for the first week of school! These classroom activities are perfect to use with kindergarten, 1st, or 2nd grade students this back to school season!
A daily discussion question is a great way to build relationships with students and foster classroom community. Instead of wasting time coming up with questions, check out this list of 50+ discussion questions perfect for the elementary classroom.
Nurture and build your classroom community using a bulletin board, during morning meetings, in classroom discussions, or as inclusion activities throughout the school year. This product will build your classroom community by providing a structure for your students to make classroom agreements related to how they treat each other and how they face challenges together.
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