Let's face it, there are times when we all could use a little encouragement...and our students are no different. Sometimes, a little note does just the trick! That's why I put together a collection of note cards that you can share with students on any day of the year! I've even got ideas for how to use them in the classroom.
First, things first, if you'd like a free set of the note cards, just add your information below. Then, check your email and download the cards instantly. (I'll provide another link for signing up at the end of this post in case you want to keep reading.)
The collection of positive notes includes two versions. One set has a "nature" theme. This version is black and white so you can just print and go!
The other set has a "sweets" theme. It's full of color and whimsy!
Both sets include 18 different cards with words of encouragement. There are even 3 blank cards that you can hand-write messages on. They're designed to be super versatile! Here are a few ways that you can use them in your classroom:
Just cut out the positive notes and fold them along the dotted line. This way they can stand up all on their own. Then, place them on students' desks when they could use a little encouragement. These are especially fun to display before a big exam or as a celebration for awesome behavior!
You can also cut apart the cards and staple them along the tops of students' papers. It would be super fun for students to save them and try to collect them all during the school year!
Since the cards can fold in half, they also work perfectly as note cards. Just cut them out, fold them, and then write a personalized note inside for each of your students.
The positive note cards make awesome gifts, too! First, fill a clear plastic bag with some treats. Then, add a positive note inside the bag and tie it up with a ribbon. Just like that, you'll have a super sweet gift for students! Just imagine handing these out during the holidays or at the end of the school year! Your students will love them!
If you'd like to use these positive notes in your classroom, I'll happily email them to you. Just add your information below and check your inbox!
Thanks so much for stopping by,
Mary BethP.S. Have you seen this set of FREE posters that spread a positive message?