A Collection of FREE Morning Meeting Greetings & Activities by Sarah Gardner | Teachers Pay Teachers

Morning meeting greetings can be done through, singing, dancing, chanting,etc. This is a great free resource to help implement the first component of morning meetings.

Morning Meeting Questions

Morning Meeting Questions

Morning Meeting Questions: Practice randomly-selected conversation questions each day, used as the "key to get into the classroom".

The use of classroom/community meetings to build rapport and relationships.  Taking the time for a daily morning meeting is a great way to start the day off right!

A responsive classroom uses a classroom morning meeting to build rapport and relationships. Taking the time for a daily meeting is a great way to start the day off right and in a positive light.

During morning meeting it is great to get your students up and moving.  Mixing up their greetings is an easy way to do this!

A Morning Meeting Manual: Ideas and Activities

During morning meeting it is great to get your students up and moving. Mixing up their greetings is an easy way to do this!

The Gratitude Game is a fun family activity for Thanksgiving. Get kids thinking about all they are thankful for! via @karyntripp

Play The Gratitude Game this Thanksgiving!

The Gratitude Game is a fun family activity for Thanksgiving. Get kids thinking about all they are thankful for! via /karyntripp/ Thanksgiving game for kids

A playlist for morning arrival in your classroom. Upbeat/fast/exciting music gets our kids awake and helps them start the day in a more energetic and alert mood! Great classroom management tool!

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A playlist for morning arrival in your classroom. Upbeat/fast/exciting music gets our kids awake and helps them start the day in a more energetic and alert mood! Great classroom management tool, love the idea of a morning playlist

"Would You Rather".  Perfect for Back to School activities. Perfect for Brain Breaks! They can be used in stations or after work is complete with a small group or partners. Use in morning meeting activities! Use them to form a persuasive paragraph by answering the "why" question. Get to know each other and strike up a conversation with your opinions. Set of 48 cards.

WOULD YOU RATHER - partner or group game cards for getting to know each other

"Would You Rather". Perfect for Back to School activities. Perfect for Brain Breaks! They can be used in stations or after work is complete with a small group or partners. Use in morning meeting activities! Use them to form a persuasive paragraph by answ

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