Colouring-in sheets for the classroom that focus on positive self-talk and affirming messages.
Procrastination has become something of a curse word and art-form in the modern teacher. We have something important that needs to be done and yet, somehow, we find ourselves doing a string of other things instead. Sound familiar? The idea that we’re not working on the “big” projects is seen as a negative. We’re procrastinating, so that must be a bad thing, right? You may be surprised to learn that there are benefits to this practice, some of which you’ll find below.