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class management - motivation/rewards without using candy

The Nest Effect: Motivation & Rewards in My Classroom

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blurt alert--give a red hand to blurter-put in bucket-tally & send home at end of week. give green hand to no blurters. good website w/ lots of info too.

Red Hands for Blurting

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maybe get a piece each day no one clips down Students work as a class to earn parts for Mr. Potato Head. They earn a class party when he gets put together.

2nd Grade Rocks!: Parts may come and go!

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Each time a student BLURTS out loud without raising hand they have to take one down. Last person to have all 3 gets rewarded!

A 2nd Grade Adventure: Couple of Ideas to Share

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Avoid power struggles ~ Learn how to intervene and establish helpful protocol/procedures. (Blog post from A Peach for the Teach.)

One of the first things I was told as new teacher was the importance of behavior. You couldn't teach them until you had firm control of their behavior. This post has a packet with behavior tips, charts, and forms. $

Teaching in Progress: Why I Will Never Use a Behavior Chart Again

Fun rewards without using candy!

Create. Cook. Teach.: Free Rewards & PBIS

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Classroom Management with the Elf (FREEBIE)

Mrs. Miner's Kindergarten Monkey Business: Five For Friday {Sneak Peek in my Classroom & a Freebie}

Rock & Teach: Stop what you're doing. Walk over and hand this to a child instead of yelling across the classroom. FREE

Rock & Teach: Monday Made It - Part 4

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The students highlight their name before they turn their assignment in, so you don't have to worry about papers with no name.

Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: First Day of School Tips & More!

Explicit classroom management ideas including how I use warm fuzzies, bucket fillers, student recognition necklaces & my reward coupons simultaneously!

Interesting idea!! A secret student is randomly selected and the teacher monitors that student for the day. If the student does well, he/she is recognized and is rewarded. If he/she does not do well, the student is not named and the teacher just tells the class that the secret student did not have a good day but tomorrow will be a better day.

Primary Possibilities: Positive Behavior Rewards

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