How do I get EVERY child to write their name on their paper?
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It's easy. I use scented lip gloss. Well, not on lips. This is how it works:
You, or an aide or volunteer, walks around the classroom with scented lip gloss.
If you see a student's name written neatly on the line (no flying letters allowed), you rub a tine dot of scented lip gloss on the back of their hand. We call it a "smelly spot" and you get one if you have a name on your paper by a certain time.
I also love how it goes great with our 5 Senses unit. The kids love it and will hurry to their tables and write their names just to get a smelly spot. You can find them at the Dollar Store and I even saw some cute crayon-shaped ones at the Target Dollar Spot. Have fun with this one.
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