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Mrs. Grant's Kinder-Gators: Search results for birthday graph
Crumpled paper bullying exercise, except the kids draw their own likeness and they are the ones doing the crumpling and smoothing out. Find under Sept 2011 Bullying Lessons, Teaching, Shared Lessons, Kind Lessons, Schools Counseling, Anti Bullying, Writing Lessons, Teachers Blog, Inspiration Classroom
The Inspired Classroom: Kindness Lesson
South Carolina Counselor Cafe
I like this organization for a behavior chart. It has a nice code at the bottom, too for specific behaviors so I don't have to write it out. smart! Schools Ideas, Behavior Charts, Schools Stuff, Clip Charts, Classroom Behavior, Behavior Management, Classroom Management, Clips Charts, Classroom Ideas
Rules and Behavior: Don't use Time-outs, instead have a "Safe Spot" to help them understand and regulate their emotions, instead of punishing the child for making poor choices. Teach the child how to solve problems and make better choices. Behavior Ideas, Classroom Behavior Management, Pre K Behavior Management, Safe Spots Classroom, Early Childhood, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Conscious Discipline, Classroom Safe Spots
Safe spot (instead of a time out). I like this idea of a safe spot to calm down and think. This blogger has a lot of interesting thoughts on behavior as well.
Classroom Rules for Pre-K and Kindergarten | Pre-K Pages
Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: The Way I Act
I made this from a couple other examples... teaching students to take responsibility for actions.
Today I went to YELLOW because.pdf - Google Docs
My favorite project from last year. Grade 2. Promoting self esteem thru art. Called it "a little birdie told me"...the kids and parents adored these. Planning on doing it again this year. Social Work, Self Esteem Art, Little Birds, Schools Counseling, Art Therapy Kids, Favorite Projects, Grade One Art, Grade 2 Art Projects, A Little Birdie Told Me
First Grade O.W.L.s: Editable Version - Behavior Chart Log
What the Teacher Wants!: What's the bee-havior buzzzz???
Clip Chart Companion- Management Forms and Reward Printables
Materials: Silver Paint Dish Soap Contact Paper Cardstock type paper I cut up some old scrapbook paper, into a business card size rectangle. I drew my own little design on the card. Just to experiment. Use the contact paper to cover the area in which you intend to paint and scratch off. Mix 2 parts paint & 1 part soap. Paint the area in which you intent to cover/scratch. Positive Reinforcement, Birthday, Diy Scratcher, Positive Behavior, Contact Paper, Silver Painting, Dishes Soaps, Scratch Off, Cards Size
Behavior management tool....students exhibiting desired behavior get a punch on their card. When card is full, student gets to choose from treasure chest. I might have to try this one this year! Grade Ideas, Cards Punch, Cards I, Behavior Cards, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Management, Education, Punch Cards, Behavior Punch
There’s a "1st" For Everything!: Punch Cards
Behavioral management chart- superhero style. Such a simple strategy that can be adapted to any theme or simply just have simple words such as good behaviour etc. Would like to try this Classroom Theme, Super Heros, Behavior Charts, Clip Charts, Behavior Management, Super Heroes, Classroom Management, Clips Charts, Classroom Ideas
3rd Grade's a Hoot
Polka Dot Teacher: Vista Print
First Grade Fabulous Fish: Behavior Chart
Beyond The Picket Fence: Under $100 Linky Party
Clip chart that you can keep private - like this so others (kids, parents) can't see how everyone is behaving.