Oct 3, 2012

7 Habits Badges, Pennants, and Posters



Begin With The End In Mind

Our school is working hard on teaching our students the 7 habits from The Leader In Me program.  So, one of the things that SueBeth and I decided to do was to make cards/badges when we saw a student exhibiting one of these habits.  The cards can be put into plastic badges for the student to wear around school for other students/teachers to inquire what that student did to win-win (or any of the 7 habits).  Another way to use the cards is to clip it onto the child's homework booklet to involve the parents to understand the 7 habits.  The cards are easy to make, just copy onto cardstock and cut.  Here is a picture of how we are storing the 7 habit cards:  

Tin cans are used to store the 7 habits cards.

A top view of the cards sorted into the 7 habit tins.



 These cards along with subway art posters and pennants can be purchased from our TPT store by clicking the link:  Seven Habits Posters and Badges.

Here is a sample of the pennants and subway art posters.


5 comments:

School Sparks Renee said...

Great pictures and great ideas!

Dynelle Dunn said...

Yay, I am using the seven habits in my classroom too! Thanks for sharing your ideas and really cute posters!
Dynelle
http://firstgradefunmrsdunn.blogspot.ca/

Busy Bees said...

Thanks, Dynelle! We will have to see what you are doing with the 7 habits!

vicky1970 said...

I love the pennant and subway art..it makes it very bright and cheery for your students...too cute!
Vicky
Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

Mrs. Lovelace said...

I love the habits signs!! What a great way to teach kids to the RIGHT way to do things. Always thinking about life's lessons as well as education!

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Btw, I had to stop in because my classroom at school is also the Busy Bee's! :)