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  • Kelly DeRidder

    Behavior incentives

  • Jenni Cudd

    Several behavior management ideas. One to try: Happy rocks- give one to a child to take home when he is being good at school.

  • Laura F

    A Couple More Behavior Ideas…

  • Lisa Peterson

    Power Pellet = skittles. Happy Rocks = glass gems with a smiley face drawn on them (with a paint pen). If a child is caught doing the right thing, or going above and beyond, he gets to take a Happy Rock home!

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This could be super cool in my K-5 music classroom...but how can I do it without having to make one for each class or change out clothespins every 45 minutes? Grr.

Behavior Management

Lindsey Negron

This would be a good incentive to get students to complete their homework. This would help me keep up with completion rates and incentives I owe them.

Classroom Ideas
Nina Vitale
Classroom Ideas

Cool down spot - great idea for helping kids to recognize when they need a break and to encourage them to go on their own

Classroom Management Chart, rather than the Green, Yellow, Red Stoplight. It's magnetic too :)

Classroom Management Strategy/Target Behaviors--Put up 5 magnetic shapes on a cookie sheet near large group area. When someone interrupts, instead of saying something just take down a magnetic shape. Shapes left at the end can be counted toward the "Happy Rocks" jar talked about on the next couple slides down!

Behavior management tool: -used an old Kleenex box and covered it with duck tape. -cotton balls (20) -When a student is starting to throw a fit or having a hard time following directions you have them dump out the 20 items and count them as they put it back in box until they calm down!!

ding of the bell = positive reinforcement = focused classroom - Littlest Learners / Clutter-Free Classroom Blog: Ding...You Are Now Free to Start Focusing in the Classroom

Behavior Management: Think Sheet... for when kids get red on the clip chart! I really like this idea.

Simple! Students' names are on clothespins. They all start in green and the start of the day and endeavor to stay there.

Clip chart tracker...helps the teacher to keep track of why students were asked to clip down, may help during conferences when discussing behavior.