"My Emotional Thermometer" was created to help teachers teach younger children to learn to recognize their own escalation cycle, an important step in developing emotional regulation skills. $
Omg my 1st graders would looove these!! Sugar Blossoms: Classroom Cheers
For working on a specific behavior, such as blurting - every time someone blurts, we lose a happy face (these are the chances) - still some left = whole class reward (marble jar, etc) This blog has GREAT ideas for primary classroom management!
A Teeny Tiny Teacher: I Don't Use a Clip Chart. Please Don't Throw Rotten Tomatoes.
Interruptions, blurts out, and other distractions for teachers. #Free classroom management behavior help too! #Teach123 #TeachersFollowTeachers #BacktoSchool #NewTeacher
This is my Class dojo Chart I have in my classroom I give credit to you Karen Sams.
Kids who have earned the most good behavior tickets throughout the week get to choose first from the Fun Friday board! Great idea.
Corkboard Connections: Whole Brain Teaching's 5 Classroom-Transforming Rules - Guest blog post by Chris Biffle with a free set of posters created by Laura Candler
Ways you can move up the clip chart! Great to display in a 7 habits and Leader In Me classroom that uses the clip chart.
For those kids who need to be active at recess but need a consequence - interesting....Walking Tickets for Behavior Management