Take One and Pass It On

In the staff bathroom at my school something like this hung on the wall.  I should have taken a picture but I was too caught up in it to think that far ahead.  It kind of looked like this except a couple of strips had already been ripped off.  So I followed the direction, ripped it off, and passed it on.  Perhaps these should be plastered all over our schoolskindness matters

Go ahead, print it off, cut along the lines and hang it up. Start a movement of kindness.

Hanging on my classroom door, I had to replace it today because they were all gone.

Hanging on my classroom door, I had to replace it today because they were all gone.

To print it, go here

I am a passionate teacher in Oregon, Wisconsin, USA,  who has taught 4th, 5th, and 7th grade.  Proud techy geek, and mass consumer of incredible books. Creator of the Global Read Aloud Project, Co-founder of EdCamp MadWI, and believer in all children. I have no awards or accolades except for the lightbulbs that go off in my students’ heads every day.  First book “Passionate Learners – Giving Our Classrooms Back to Our Students” can be purchased now from Powerful Learning Press.   Second book“Empowered Schools, Empowered Students – Creating Connected and Invested Learners” is out now from Corwin Press.  Follow me on Twitter @PernilleRipp.

12 thoughts on “Take One and Pass It On

  1. My second graders have Fill A Bucket Friday every Friday. We took this idea and ran with it. By the end of the day almost all of the tabs had been taken (we posted 7). One staff person stopped in to say we should do this once a month. We had students all over the bldg “passing it on”

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