Teach your students what cooperation looks, feels, and sounds like with a set of printable posters.
Social Emotional Learning for Elementary Students
Are you seeking ways to develop your students’ social and emotional skills while fostering a classroom environment that is positive and supportive? Look no further than Teach Starter!
What is Cooperation? How Do You Teach Cooperation Skills?
Cooperative behavior involves:
- Working together towards a common goal.
- Communicating effectively.
- Showing respect and kindness towards one another.
Teaching students about cooperation is important, as it helps them develop valuable life skills. By promoting a classroom culture that is inclusive and supportive of all, we can create a safe and welcoming environment where everyone feels valued and respected. We have created printable posters highlighting essential aspects of cooperative behavior to assist you in getting started.
What Does Cooperation Look Like? Sound Like? Feel Like?
One skill that students will develop from an early age is the ability to cooperate with others at home and school. Teach Starter has created a pack of printable posters to help your students remember what Cooperation looks, feels, and sounds like in the classroom. This resource download includes a set of three printable posters that are perfect for your classroom decor!
Paired with the right resources, this set of posters will provide a definite boost to your students’ social-emotional toolbox. Grab these while you’re here!
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