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Great list of children's books about behavior - topics like learning how to be friends, how to disagree kindly, bullying, and tattling.

Blog post on building community: Unconditional Love in the Classroom Kids will never make the effort to truly BE a part of the classroom community if they think it doesn’t matter. They will just be in the classroom each day and not care if they have a negative effect on the space or not.

Get spotted for good behavior- Kindergarten behavior system. Like the saying "get spotted"...dry erase sheet with examples from students.

Reward drawers....each drawer can be marked with an amount. They need to earn that amount in class cash to "buy" something in that drawer. Could include certificates for dress down days, homework passes, etc. FREE prizes! :-)

Teaching in Progress: Why I Will Never Use a Behavior Chart Again. I like the Take a Break idea.

Punch Card-Good Choices Make Me Happy - punch as students make positive choices and allow them to redeem the card when it's full for a pre-determined prize. Be sure that you award immediately upon completion of card. You may need to begin with rewarding for every 4 stars or so and build it higher as the student has more success.

PBIS: Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Check-In Check Out System

Coach card for Check In/Check Out Procedures

Parenting Kids with ADHD: 16 Tips to Tackle Common Challenges

I love this! Taming your inner self-control "monster". If someone in the group, class, family doesn't use self control they have to take their monster out of the cage

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"Listen Up" - lego game, good practice listening and following directions

Positive communication with my students' parents is extremely important to me! Modeled after Sean Covey's book,

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