50 fun call-and-response ideas to get students' attention - This is a great list!

50 fun call-and-response ideas to get students' attention

Dear Student Sign, Expectations and Classroom Decor - perfect teacher gift/ end of the year gift.

Dear Student Sign, Expectations and Classroom Decor - perfect teacher gift/ end of the year gift

Dear Student Sign, Expectations and Classroom Decor - perfect teacher gift/ end of the year gift.

‘Classroom Management’ anchor chart. Great for teaching the kids the respectful behavior you expect in the classroom

‘Classroom Management’ anchor chart. Great for teaching the kids the respectful behavior you expect in the classroom

instead of having rules hung up on the wall, make it fun and hang this up. this way it doesn't seem like "rules"....idea for work next year :)

instead of having rules hung up on the wall, make it fun and hang this up. this way it doesn't seem like "rules"....idea for work next year :)

Growing Firsties: Favorite First Week Read Alouds...

Building Your Kind, Caring, Growth Mindset Classroom Community

Great ideas on how to greet students, set rules (I call them expectations), and build a class team.

Great ideas on how to greet students, set rules (I call them expectations), and build a class team.

~ always a GREAT idea to let the students create what should & should not be expected in the classroom. ( teacher input is ok too ) *

freebie friday and good character bingo

~ always a GREAT idea to let the students create what should & should not be expected in the classroom. ( teacher input is ok too ) *

Great Expectations Magic Triad *A classroom building activity to teach the expectations of how to treat one another--it can be personalized, too

Great Expectations Magic Triad *A classroom building activity to teach the expectations of how to treat one another--it can be personalized, too

Transition 1: Teacher pulls out a strip of paper, reads it to the class and the class decides thumbs up or thumbs down (good or bad). Would work great for transitioning from one activity to another.

Thumbs Up! Thumbs Down! Jar

Transition 1: Teacher pulls out a strip of paper, reads it to the class and the class decides thumbs up or thumbs down (good or bad). Would work great for transitioning from one activity to another.


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beginning of the school year question board - ask students to respond to your questions aimed toward a successful school year & cooperative class! (:

Classroom Community Building

beginning of the school year question board - ask students to respond to your questions aimed toward a successful school year & cooperative class! (:

great idea to hear what students need from me at the beginning of the year - could also make a chart for what I need from the students (leave up all year long)

great idea to hear what students need from me at the beginning of the year - could also make a chart for what I need from the students (leave up all year long)

Several colorful charts to help remind children about their indoor/outside voices.

Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels

Here's an infographic with 27 ideas for increasing student participation.

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