Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Warm Fuzzy Jar

This is something that I am going to do in my class next year! I'm excited to see how it goes! One thing that is really important to me is having a positive classroom environment where students feel safe and loved.  I think this will contribute to such an environment.   

              Here is my Warm Fuzzy Jar! As I see students doing kind thing, serving, helping each other, encouraging each other etc. they will get a piece of paper and a pom pom (warm fuzzy) to put in our Warm Fuzzy Jar!  When the jar is full we will have a class party! The only stipulation is that everyone in the class has to have contributed a Warm Fuzzy in order for us to have the party!  I'm really excited to see how this will contribute to a positive classroom environment where my student will be excited to come and be able to learn to the best of their ability!

Download the sign for your own jar by clicking HERE!

20 comments:

  1. Love this idea! Would you be willing to share your jar sign?

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  2. I would love to! I will edit the post right now and add it to the end : )

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  3. This idea is great! I think I will incorporate this into my room next year, only instead of a class party, I think we'll do a class parade! Thanks for the idea! :o)

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  4. I love this idea! Thannk you for sharing!!!

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  5. Hello,
    I am so excited to use this!! I think this is adorable. I just started to discover your blog. I just have one problem... I bought too small of a jar and this is too large to fit on the jar. Would there be any way possible you could email this and I can shrink it to 5 inch by 5 inch to fit the jar? If not, I understand. Thanks!
    Emily
    epatterson@laca.org

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  6. Thanks! For some reason my download will not open for the warm and fuzzy jar. Would you please email me a copy of the smaller version? Thanks in advance:) historyhammond@yahoo.com

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  7. Please e-mail me a smaller version too =) NancyPoit@gmail.com

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  8. Where do you buy the fuzzies from?

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    1. I am not the blogger, but I would get them at Dollar Tree if you have one in your area. Maybe Michael's?

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    2. Hobby Lobby or Michael's would definitely have them. I got them at Hobby Lobby. Hope this helps!

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  9. You have such creative ideas! I am interested in your warm fuzzy jar label and notes, but cannot get them to print. Can you email them to me please? Thanks!
    sdpete_2000@yahoo.com
    Dawne

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  10. Love this idea!! My son's teacher is doing it as well. Can I please get the smaller version emailed as well? Thank you for sharing
    nkechi.frank@gmail.com

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  11. Could I please get a copy of the text, my jar is too small for the PDF! Thank you! naughton.sb@gmail.com

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  12. Great idea! I'm trying really hard to promote kindness in my classroom this year. This will be perfect!

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  13. Awesome! Thank you for sharing!!

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  14. I LOVE this!!! Thank you for sharing the jar label....This goes perfect;y with filling buckets, and easier to manage...

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  15. I do something very similar to go along with the book Have you Filled a Bucket Today. But each kid has a cup to fill with Pom poms. But I don't let the child who did a good deed come and tell me, I expect the child who received the good deed to tell me. Rather than the idea of look what I did, rather it is "Look what Lucas did for me!" Then that child
    Gets a pom Pom

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  16. Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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