Maci Zerrusen
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A Bit Dicey - While holding a craft stick in your mouth, player must stack 6 dice on top of each other on the end and hold for 3 seconds. “Minute to Win It” Party Games, http://hative.com/minute-to-win-it-party-games/,

A Bit Dicey - While holding a craft stick in your mouth, player must stack 6 dice on top of each other on the end and hold for 3 seconds. “Minute to Win It” Party Games, http://hative.com/minute-to-win-it-party-games/,

Behavior Think Sheet that allows students to reflect on their behavior and make a plan for change. Also a spot for teacher and parent signature. Great way to communicate with parents.

Behavior Think Sheet that allows students to reflect on their behavior and make a plan for change. Also a spot for teacher and parent signature. Great way to communicate with parents.

Behaviour Motivation - Write each child’s name on one end of a craft stick and store the sticks name down in a cup labeled “Mystery Student.” Choose a behavior and write it on the board. Select a stick, but don't reveal the name. Throughout the lesson, monitor for the behavior. If he achieves the goal behavior, reveal his identity and reward him (sitting at the teacher’s desk, writing with a special pen, etc). If not, tell the class that there was not a winner this time.

Behaviour Motivation - Write each child’s name on one end of a craft stick and store the sticks name down in a cup labeled “Mystery Student.” Choose a behavior and write it on the board. Select a stick, but don't reveal the name. Throughout the lesson, monitor for the behavior. If he achieves the goal behavior, reveal his identity and reward him (sitting at the teacher’s desk, writing with a special pen, etc). If not, tell the class that there was not a winner this time.

5th grade. Instead of "pick up sticks" it's "pick up states" Each stick has a state on one side and a capital on the other. Students must say either the state or the capital before they can keep the stick.

5th grade. Instead of "pick up sticks" it's "pick up states" Each stick has a state on one side and a capital on the other. Students must say either the state or the capital before they can keep the stick.