Yes, Whole Brain Teaching is Notebook worthy! As I start collecting and gathering all the amazing resources, games, and WBT ideas I think it is time to create my own Whole Brain Teaching Notebook. So far I have a few games to help with math fact fluency, sight word fluency, and reading comprehension. I am including the cute signs for the Super Improvers Wall - I found them on Teacher Pay Teacher. I am also keeping my Whole Brain Teaching Certification points documents in this notebook for safekeeping!
Speaking of amazing WBT ideas, I have started using practice cards in my classroom and I absolutely love them! If I notice a student not following one of our 5 rules, I simply give them a practice card for the rule they were not following. They will place the practice card in our class chart. "I notice you are having a difficult time following rule number 2. Looks like you might need some more practice following that rule." If students have a practice card in the class chart, they will practice reciting the rule and using the gestures for the first two minutes of recess. I love approaching their misbehavior as they just need more practice instead of they are in trouble. Just a positive spin on it! Check out the WBT website for a free download of the practice cards!