Teachers, does it feel like your class is out of control and you need help taking it back?

Discover a simple way to get started without adding to your workload.

Do you want:

Students who are excited to come to your classroom?

A classroom community, ready and willing to learn together?

Positive relationships and mutual respect with your class?

Can you relate?

  • You create and establish rules, but your students aren’t buying in.
  • You have so much curriculum to teach that it seems like there’s no time to get to know your students.
  • You feel like you only have time to focus on negative behaviors, leaving less time to get to know each child.
  • BONUS: You’re departmentalized, so you teach multiple sections, which means more students to build a relationship with and less time to do it!

There's no other way to say it.

Classroom management is a CHALLENGE.

I know, because I've been there.

It hit me strong in my third year of teaching, when nothing seemed to work with my students. I couldn’t figure out what I was doing wrong, but I constantly had behavior struggles. 

While it seemed like it could just be lack of experience, I also knew something was missing in the mixture of routines and structures I had in place. Even though I spent time getting to know my students, I realized I needed an INTENTIONAL relationship building activity. But how could I find the time to plan and execute MORE in my already packed schedule?

One spring, I started writing daily prompts, aimed at getting to know my students just a little better. I knew I hit the jackpot as I started to see amazing responses, even from my quietest students. Amazing, right?

But each morning, I was scrambling to find a new idea. It felt like there had to be a better solution. That summer, I sat down and did the hard work. 

Building relationships daily can be challenging.
Imagine having a calendar full of engaging, entertaining prompts at your fingertips. You get to focus on the fun- enjoying your students' answers and building rapport each day.

Are you ready to get started? Let's go!

Introducing: Social-Emotional Learning Prompts for the Year

Over 300 daily prompts for your students to look forward to each morning.

Intentional classroom community building questions to help you and your students get to know each other.

Print & go (or ready-set-project!), so you can put your energy on the fun part- building positive relationships.

Display as your students walk in to get them thinking and ready to share during a brief morning meeting.

Encourage writing by offering the prompts as morning work or an early finisher choice. Invite students to share with each other and you.

Mathematical Monday SEL Whiteboard Prompt

Choose a board where students can engage with the prompt throughout the day. Revisit as a class before dismissal to enjoy their creativity!

With each month filled with a combination of thought-provoking, motivational, seasonally relevant, and sometimes a little silly questions, this is a MUST HAVE.

This resource includes:

  • 25 or more prompts per month (300+ for the year!)
  • daily themes for students to anticipate
  • optional “Informative Interruptions” with holidays
  • color and black & white versions for easy printing
  • master calendar for you to preview and track prompts as you use them


Here's what other teachers have said:

Say goodbye to management issues & start relationship building today.

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