Amanda Bennett
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Love This !!!! Definitely doing this for my classroom! I'm Done!  Now What Jar for early finishers

Love This ! Definitely doing this for my classroom! I'm Done! Now What Jar for early finishers. Could do this for almost any age group, just change the activities in the jar that are appropriate for that age!

Toothpaste Squirt Lesson for teaching kids not to be rude and put down others....OMG  I did this on the first day of school and it really stuck with the kids

Toothpaste Squirt Lesson for teaching kids not to be rude and put down others.OMG I did this on the first day of school and it really stuck with the kids Teaching Children Not to Be Rude!

What the Teacher Wants!: What's the bee-havior buzzzz???

Behavior punch card, for every good thing they do you punch a number out. When all twenty are punched out they go to the treasure box. {This could work for completing chores, being helpful, good behavoir, etc at home too.

Homeworkopoly

Get work done by playing Homeworkopoly. Only students that do their homework get to play! I like the idea of using clothespins with the students' names on them as game pieces so students don't forget which game piece is theirs.

Easy project to do the first day of school so the kids can learn a bit more about each other.

More instructions for this first week of school project! Easy project to do the first day of school so the kids can learn a bit more about each other.

Finding JOY in 6th Grade: Classroom Management: keeping track of student behaviour

Finding JOY in Grade: Classroom Management: The Purple Clipboard: Great ideas for very doable classroom mgmt strategies. I could implement some of these ideas

This is how I set up my student desks... It helps with classroom management, keeps them organized  and they serve as centers. You'll love the flow :)

I like the setup of the smaller shelves next to each pod of desks. The small bookshelves has all the supplies that each group might need. It gives the students responsibility over their own spaces.