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School: Behavior Management

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My new freebie! It gets the whole group behaving, tables groups working together, and even rewards kids individually! Swoon!

Teacher to the Core: Eye Like What I See!

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Wild & Fun in Pre-K: Monday Made It love her chart. PBIS - teach the behavior you want/kids need to be successful.

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"Warm fuzzies" encourage classmates to look for the good in each other rather than the bad. This is a cute classroom idea to combat tattling syndrome.

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Some good ideas for guided reading...

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tutorial: mini clip chart

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Fun video to establish expectations for classroom rules! Children will learn the importance of raising hand to speak and sitting quietly and still during story time.

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Differentiated Behavior Punch Cards (Pirate Theme) - As we all know, "One size doesn't fit all." These cute incentive cards can be used to motivate a wide range of students. These can be used for behavior, homework, reading, and/or math achievement. $

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¿Para enseñar las emociones tal vez?

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If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on). They have 3 chances throughout the day.

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If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on). They have 3 chances throughout the day.

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Differentiated Behavior Punch Cards (Pirate Theme) - As we all know, "One size doesn't fit all." These cute incentive cards can be used to motivate a wide range of students. These can be used for behavior, homework, reading, and/or math achievement. $

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What's the bee-havior buzzzz??? I'm back with Management Monday! I think classroom management {especially behavior management} is MUCHO important. If you can't manage a class, you can't provide your students with the best learning environment. I just wanted to share a few tips I use for managing behavior in my classroom {I've accumulated these ideas from my student teaching-Mrs. K, my mentor teachers, and my teaching experiences}.  Hopefully ya'll have seen my positive reinforcement ideas...

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Behavior chart

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what the teacher wants behavior punch card

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what the teacher wants behavior punch card

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Use monkeys on tree for behavior management. Green good, yellow bananas warning, tree trunk consequence, fall of the tree . . . note home A Differentiated Kindergarten

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Students work as a class to earn parts for Mr. Potato Head. They earn a class party when he gets put together.

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A Calm Down Jar. Shake the jar and the child has to watch the jar until the glitter settles.

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like this title better than the "blurt" chart

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A good response for the next time Annika says "That's not fair!"

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voice level

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Nice reminder of important routine times

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this blog post has two awesome classroom management ideas- sparklers and "beat the teacher"

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Great idea

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Great idea

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