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This is hilariously awesome! Quiet spray!  It has nothing in the bottle but air. This may be the smartest classroom management tool I have ever seen.

This might seem elementary.but I love the quiet spray idea! Very cool teacher ideas on this site. Quiet spray has nothing in the bottle but air. This may be the smartest classroom management tool I have ever seen.

Why I Took My Behavior Chart Off My Wall!

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Free parent form for breaking rules in class. Students circle what rule they broke so they can talk about it when they get home. Free from Simply Kinder. Great for Kindergarten!

A clip chart with a twist! Behavior management is a snap with this behavior chart. Whole-class and  individual clip charts mixed with brag tags make your classroom management easy to maintain day after day.  Click to find out more!

Positive Behavior Clip Chart

A clip chart with a twist! Behavior management is a snap with this behavior chart. Whole-class and individual clip charts mixed with brag tags make your classroom management easy to maintain day after day.

"I think most teachers would prefer a world where all students were intrinsically motivated, but it just isn't an everyday reality," says Storie Belden.

Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank

Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank (FREEBIE) - If you're looking for creative ways to reward your students without digging into your pockets, check out these free reward coupons!

"Is your class always this loud?" - The Lemonade Stand

When all else fails, spray Quiet Spray into the air! 27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

First, he blows some bubbles and, as expected, the kids all pop them.  Then, he challenges them to NOT pop the bubbles even if one lands on the tip of their nose.  Introduce the concept of self control and launch a discussion about stopping to think before you act. Dustin refers to it as a "bullet" in your year that you can refer back to again and again. "Think about that time when we didn't pop the bubbles..."

First, blow some bubbles and, as expected, the kids pop them. Then, challenge them to NOT pop the bubbles even if one lands on the tip of their nose. Introduce the concept of self control and launch a discussion about stopping to think before you act.

Great idea! "Brain Sprinkles"! from Dr. Jean. It is an old coffee creamer bottle with the label removed. Fill the bottle with about two tablespoons of rice. Put a piece of plastic wrap under the lid and glue the lid. Everyone will get a little sprinkle before our "Circle Time" begins! From the idea genius of "quiet spray"! Check out her blog!

First filled the bottle with about two tablespoons of rice. Then put a piece of plastic wrap under the lid and glued the lid. The plastic wrap allows to actually open the lid. Everyone will get a little sprinkle before our "Circle Time" begins!

Home Depot will do this for you, not sure about Lowes', wouldn't hurt to ask.....save a lot of time!!!!!

Home Depot will cut composition books for you for free. Give each student a half. It's great for writing journals in, uses and wastes less paper, and is less intimidating when you ask them to write a page-worth of material! So clever!

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