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Good Sport Reminders, Differentiated Worksheets & Posters

Good Sport Reminders, Differentiated Worksheets & Posters
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Life Skills

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Kindergarten, Grade 1, 2, 3

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About This Product

Do your students struggle to demonstrate good sportsmanship? 

Do they argue about the rules of the game?

Do they argue about who should play which position?

Do they claim that others are being unfair?

Use these worksheets and posters to review before good sportsmanship before AND after games and activities. 

These reminders will help students to know what is expected to be a good sport. 

Use this with my Good Sport checklists for added support.

What's Included

Included Please Find: 21 Pages

Directions For Use

Thank You

Invitation To The Teacher's Lounge {Free, Weekly Social Skills Resources}

Set 1

Are You A Good Sport: Text & Pictures {in color}

Were You A Good Sport: Text & Pictures {in color}

Are You A Good Sport: Text & Pictures {in black & white}

Were You A Good Sport: Text & Pictures {in black & white}

Set 2

Are You A Good Sport: Text Only {in color}

Were You A Good Sport: Text Only {in color}

Are You A Good Sport: Text Only {in black & white}

Were You A Good Sport: Text Only {in black & white}

Set 3 {Comprehension Check Worksheets for K-2}

Fill In The Blanks ~ Are You A Good Sport: Text & Pictures {in black & white}

Fill In The Blanks ~ Were You A Good Sport: Text & Pictures {in black & white}

Set 4 {Comprehension Check Worksheets for 3rd-5th}

Write In The Words ~ Are You A Good Sport: Text & Pictures {in black & white}

Write In The Words ~ Were You A Good Sport: Text & Pictures {in black & white}

Reminder Posters

Being A Good Sport Means... {1 in color & 1 in black & white}

Resource Tags

Good SportsmanshipSocial SkillsSpecial Education