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    • How to use a Survival Kit: 

      1. Gather the Items listed in the kit
      2. Print out a cute listing of the contents so that the recipient knows what each item is for.
      3. Place the items in a baggie
      4. Print out the topper, fold it over the top of the baggie containing the survival kit contents and staple it shut

       Please note that Most of the survival kits listed have free printable toppers available to print here.

    • Positive Behavior Survival Kit for the Teacher of an Unruly Child

      Positive Behavior Survival Kit for the Teacher of an Unruly Child


      Penny- to help you make “cents” of the situation “Was it really that bad?

      Rubber band-reminder to stay flexible-“children will be children”

      Hugs and Kisses-every child and (teacher) deserves them

      Lollipop- to help you lick anything

      Band-aid- to heal hurt feelings theirs and yours

      Eye mask- to cover your eyes and don’t mind the little things and “pick your battles”.

      Rope-to remind you that when you reach the end of yours, just tie a knot and hang on.

      Eraser- everyone makes mistakes and its okay
      Sweet and Sour Candy to remind you to accept and appreciate the
      differences in children

      Stick- to remind you to stick to the basic classroom rules.

      Gold coin- to remind you of the “golden rule”

      Paperclip- to help you hold it all together

      Candle- to remind you to share your light and experience with others.

      Aspirin- When all else fails, take two, and send him/her to the Behavior
      Specialist (Principal)

      created by Linda joyner


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