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Sunny In Kindergarten: Behavior Management: Individualized I Love the lanyard token board!

Sunny In Kindergarten: Behavior Management: Individualized

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Amazing website... this woman has thought of EVERYTHING for classroom organization. Pin now, read later!!

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Organization

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Bucket filling!

Teacher to the Core: Memorial Day Lessons and Patriotic Cookies

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Got wiggly workers? Give your students a reward to move around the room. We're using Dazzle Desks & Marvelous Mats for our on-task workers. You can hear a pin drop! :)

Quiet Coyote…his ears are up, ready to listen, and his mouth is closed. Terrific!

Fun With Firsties: Command hooks and a tension rod create a super easy anchor chart stand

Table Behavior Plan Freebie! Creekside Teacher Tales

Put a BUBBLE in your Mouth! Classroom management system to control blurting out in class. Freebie! :)

Teaching With Love and Laughter: Clip Chart and Clip Hall of Fame Freebies

First, he blows some bubbles and, as expected, the kids all pop them. Then, he challenges them to NOT pop the bubbles even if one lands on the tip of their nose. Introduce the concept of self control and launch a discussion about stopping to think before you act. Dustin refers to it as a "bullet" in your year that you can refer back to again and again. "Think about that time when we didn't pop the bubbles..."

Peek at the Week: A Weekly Planner for Teachers. Laminate and keep in front of teacher binder

Education to the Core: Behavior Management System. $ Put a small visual on the desk or in the mailboxes to minimize public reinforcement. Students can manipulate the behavior card, while being reminded of the steps.

Compliment Chain: Record the compliments received for walking in line and for behavior in specials. The class receives one link for every compliment. When the chain hits the floor, they receive a reward. It is a very visual reminder of their excellent behavior!

behavior management tool. Instead of putting stickers on their hands, Kids collect their stickers in a book and then "cash" in their stickers for rewards. I really like this because it would be so easy to keep up with.

OBSESSED with this word wall!! Just use a clothespin to hang the words on the ribbon!

WBT "The Big 7" - mnemonic device signs for teaching these classroom management strategies to your staff

Back-to-School Picture Frame & a Whole Brain Teaching FREEBIE!

chair pockets on the back of the chairs at guided reading table with supplies kids might need (whiteboard, marker etc.) DUH!!!