Preschool - Classroom Management
when students participate when no one else is or answer a challenging question they can get 'smart beads' to wear. they trade in smart beads at the end of the day for a little note that goes home to their parents! cute!
Brownie Points... add brownie to sheet pan when students receive a compliment about their behavior in the hallway! When the pan fills up, the class receives brownies :)
Classroom management plan. Start from bottom and work way up for points instead. So start with 2 points, then move up by two point intervals for each checkpoint in the day. Slam dunk is f student earns all points for the day. Use exit tickets to show families how many points their student earned that day.
This is really cute. :)
Chit chat chart- pull a square of the chart when a child is talking while the teacher is talking. love this visual
"marshmallow points During the month of January the kiddos are trying to earn marshmallow points as a class. They earn points for making good choices, following the class rules, and going above and beyond. When the mug is full, they get a hot chocolate party.
Behaviour punch cards: At the end of a good day, they get a hole punched in their Behavior Punch Card. After they get 20 hole punches they get to pick out of the prize box! I copy the punch card on colored cardstock and I have my kiddos store them in their pencil boxes, but you could add a magnet to the bottom and have them stick them under their desks. Click the picture to download
BEHAVIOR PUNCH CARD!!! So cool!!
BEHAVIOR BINGO~ Use a large 100 chart for the classroom and reward the class with stickers. Class earns special activity when they get BINGO. Students can earn a sticker for perfect class attendance, no tardies, good behavior in the hallway, etc. Teacher keeps #1-100 in a bucket and draws the numbers out when the class earns a sticker. That way the class never knows which numbers will be covered next!
BINGO board. When a kid is doing what he/she is supposed to be doing and I catch him/her, that student then gets to sign his/her name in a box. At the end of the day, I roll a dice for the letter and the number. The student gets a simple reward. - Good Behavior Management!