How I Manage Small Groups and Centers
The Teachers' Cauldron: How I Manage Small Groups and Centers
Simply 2nd Resources: Update on STAR binders
1st day/week of school daily procedures
Reward students for positive behavior. Give each child a set amount of play $ to begin the week. Then pay throughout the week a set amount for conduct & finished work. Charge for negative behaviors, such as forgetting a pencil, losing homework, or misbehaving to learn about consequences. Each Friday, allow them to spend earnings, to buy things like homework passes, treasure box items, or school supplies. Getting paid for a job well done will feel like they are part of the real working world!
Big Bucks | Teacher Tip | The Mailbox Behavior
Introducing the Classroom Economy | 4th grade incentive
Classroom Management Linky Party
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 reward....Behavior Management & teaches co-ordinate points
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-10 Finger Woo Alternatives- for my goofy students THIS IS SO MY STYLE OF DEALING WITH THE KIDS. LOL
These cards were created for use in the classroom for students to use when they are angry, frustrated, irritated, or upset.
Another pinner said, "Learn about how to begin Whole Brain Teaching in your classroom. These amazingly simple techniques will rock your classroom!" It's true. Whole Brain Teaching works as a behavior management strategy, but it also works as a highly effective instructional strategy.
Awesome website: Festisite. You can generate worldwide Currency with your kid's face on it (or use as 'teacher' bucks reward-system), change text in common Logos, ..Cardgame -cards wih face.., personalised Waves, Mazes, Spiral poems, Rebus....
-students could write the number on the top of their paper before they turn it in. That way they don't risk embarrassment or refuse to ask questions during class discussion.
I Need... (cute letter to send home when your students need more supplies) Just circle what they need and send it home!
Add duct tape to pencils to keep them from disappearing :) I have been doing this for a few months and it has really helped! When pencils end up in my co-teachers'' classrooms they always make their way back.
Two students (rotated weekly) get to wear these hats during centers, when the teacher is working with small groups. If they can't answer the question, then only these students may come to the teacher. Sort of a play on "ask three, then me."