Bubble Gum Blurt Chart - this is something I created for my class to help encourage self control during instruction time. my students have 3 chances (3 pieces of gum per week) and if they interrupt or blurt out a piece is removed from their name and put into the LOST BUBBLES bucket. If they have any pieces left at the end of the week, they will receive a price of bubble gum. Hopefully this will help cut down on interruptions and talking out.
9 ways to teach students to be responsible in the elementary classroom gives some good tips and ideas on how to instill a sense of responsibility in your students. Character Education | Classroom Management | Personal Responsibility | Clasroom Culture | Classroom Community
Emoji door decorations! Really simple--small yellow plates (purchase at any party store or some grocery stores), paper cut in the shape of bows (can be positioned as bow ties too), and sharpies to draw the faces of your choice.