Acknowledgments / Cheers / Closings

All

For Middle Level & Elementary

A Good Looking Group

Acknowledgment: Students offer a series of group affirmations

For High School & Middle Level • Grade 4-12

Acknowledgment Buffet

Acknowledgment: Students write positive acknowledgments for each other on paper plates.

For Middle Level

CARES

Acknowledgement: Students acknowledge classmates referencing the CARES skills

For Middle Level & Elementary

Cheers

Find here a list of quick cheers.

For Middle Level & Elementary

Clap on Three

Closing: A short and unifying closing to end the day or a lesson

• Pre K-12

Hot Seat

For Middle Level

Kudos Comments

The word kudos comes from the Greek word Kudos meaning magical glory. Use Kudos comments to create a bit of magical glory.
For Elementary

Melodrama

Closing: A quick way to review at the end of the day or week

For Middle Level

Popcorn

Acknowledgement: Random acknowledgments are shared with the whole group

For Middle Level & Elementary • 4-9

Pretzel

Acknowledgement: Students are invited to choose someone to specifically acknowledge

for Elementary

For Middle Level & Elementary

A Good Looking Group

Acknowledgment: Students offer a series of group affirmations

For Middle Level & Elementary

Cheers

Find here a list of quick cheers.

For Middle Level & Elementary

Clap on Three

Closing: A short and unifying closing to end the day or a lesson

For Elementary

Melodrama

Closing: A quick way to review at the end of the day or week

For Middle Level & Elementary • 4-9

Pretzel

Acknowledgement: Students are invited to choose someone to specifically acknowledge

For Middle Level & Elementary • 4-9

Secret Partners

Acknowledgement: Secret partners are watched to gather a specific acknowledgement of something the person has said or done throughout the day or week

For Middle Level & Elementary • 4-9

Shakes

Acknowledgement: Students move around the circle shaking hands with those whom they wish to acknowledge and can be asked to specify the reason for acknowledgement

For Middle Level & Elementary

Simultaneous Clap

Closing: A quick clapping activity to end the day.

For Elementary

Wishes

Closing: Ending the day or week with a silent wish.

for Middle Level

For Middle Level & Elementary

A Good Looking Group

Acknowledgment: Students offer a series of group affirmations

For High School & Middle Level • Grade 4-12

Acknowledgment Buffet

Acknowledgment: Students write positive acknowledgments for each other on paper plates.

For Middle Level

CARES

Acknowledgement: Students acknowledge classmates referencing the CARES skills

For Middle Level & Elementary

Cheers

Find here a list of quick cheers.

For Middle Level & Elementary

Clap on Three

Closing: A short and unifying closing to end the day or a lesson

For Middle Level

Kudos Comments

The word kudos comes from the Greek word Kudos meaning magical glory. Use Kudos comments to create a bit of magical glory.
For Middle Level

Popcorn

Acknowledgement: Random acknowledgments are shared with the whole group

For Middle Level & Elementary • 4-9

Pretzel

Acknowledgement: Students are invited to choose someone to specifically acknowledge

For Middle Level & Elementary • 4-9

Secret Partners

Acknowledgement: Secret partners are watched to gather a specific acknowledgement of something the person has said or done throughout the day or week

For Middle Level & Elementary • 4-9

Shakes

Acknowledgement: Students move around the circle shaking hands with those whom they wish to acknowledge and can be asked to specify the reason for acknowledgement

for High School

For High School & Middle Level • Grade 4-12

Acknowledgment Buffet

Acknowledgment: Students write positive acknowledgments for each other on paper plates.