Here's a nice anchor chart for voice levels. I love the notion of "spy talk."

Already do this but love the names for the voice levels on here. Here's a nice anchor chart for voice levels. I love the notion of "spy talk.

White board wall for first fe weeks to teach procedures :).   Morning, transition, end of day...   Etc....

Smiling in Second Grade: Gooood Morning! I love her entire morning routine. Even in middle school life skills, most of the ideas are quite adaptable.

Around the Kampfire: Student Spaces The Desk Fairy Will Love!

Student Spaces The Desk Fairy Will Love

Classroom Management: Dismissal routine anchor chart plus lots of great tips for teaching students to stay organized in this post.

ChartChums- a blog about utilizing anchor charts in the classroom by Marjorie Martinelli and Kristi Mraz. They are the auhtors of Smarter Charts: Optimizing an Instructional Staple to Create Independent Readers and Writers (published by Heinemann in 2012).

Clarity is Key

I like the idea of having a morning routine so that the students are aware of what they need to do. This will help the morning to be more organized and make it more smooth. The students will also be given the responsibility to do their jobs.

tables can earn points as a group. Table with most points at the end of the day gets a special surprise.  and other behavioral plans

Classroom Management

Art Classroom Management/Grading @ Harmony School of Science – Sugarland – grade students Class Points Class points are earned for good behavior by the entire class.

Miner's Kindergarten Monkey Business: Sneak Peek at Some Back to School Ideas (lots of pictures and a freebie!

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