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Angry Birds Kindergarten Printables

Angry Bird printables

flip charts that say: I need help, I'm working hard, and I'm finished This could be part of a great classroom management strategy!

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 {h...

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More "Don't Be An Angry Bird" Printables

newest printables to go along with our "don't be an angry bird" lesson

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The World’s Easiest Token System for Behavior Management

The BEST reward system I've seen yet! Definitely using this next year.

Motivation for the class... Each time they are given a compliment or caught for good behavior a student flips over a letter to revel the "prize"

I used this in my classroom this week and the kids loved it!!! Classroom Manners - Can You Teach My Alligator Manners? - Disney Junior Official

Outstanding tips on classroom management for middle and high school students!!! Love the ticket system (will be easy to modify from my 4th and 5th grade system), bathroom and LMA passes. Also, calling students Mr./Miss and last name.

What a great idea for classroom behavior management. I love this freebie. Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives: Back to School Blog Hop- Last Day! (Freebie!)

Pixar Short Film: For the Birds (This one is great for the beginning of the year, especially to infer important ideas about friendships, tolerance, bullying, and more. Great "moral to the story.")

Rainbow Fish and positive classroom behavior management... each child has their own Rainbow Fish. Give stickers out for positive reinforcement and have them "decorate"their Rainbow fish. Once they reach a predetermined number of "scales," they can swap their Rainbow Fish for a prize!

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