Introducing Students to Rhithm

  • Emoji Review: Kick off implementation with a “Rhithm Week” where you review the meaning of emojis for one of the Rhithm check-in questions each day. These resources may help:

  • Emoji Posters: Print out and post an emoji anchor chart to help students learn to use the emoji language to express how they are doing throughout the day


  • Classroom Posters: Reminders to Get in Rhithm that can be hung in the classroom.

  • Science of Rhithm: Show these three short videos to help yourself and your students understand the why behind Rhithm's activity videos.


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