Here is a treat for your classrooms!Classroom Rules!Looking EyesListening EarsQuiet MouthHelping HandsWalking FeetEnjoy!

Here is a treat for your classrooms! Looking Eyes Listening Ears Quiet Mouth / Soft Voices Helping Hands /Waiting Hands Walking Feet / Quiet Feet Enjoy!

Great free parent note to let parents know how students did that day in school!  Free from Simply Kinder!

Why I Took My Behavior Chart Off My Wall

Why I Took My Behavior Chart Off My Wall! I LOVE the alternative management ideas presented here by Simply Kinder, especially this free note home to parents if needed.

Have the classroom rules visible so students never have the excuse that they forgot the rules.

Have the classroom rules visible so students can see them. I start the day with a quick reminder of the rules when I have a difficult class.

Think

Think sheet. Have the student fill this out when they have broken a classroom rule or hurt the feelings of another student. Have the student reflect on their behavior and then fix the situation.

Simplifying classroom rules This is a very simple, nice classroom poster or a reminder to teach your kids at home to help the teacher!

Simplifying classroom rules This is a very simple, nice classroom poster or a reminder to teach your kids at home to help the teacher!

First Grade Dual: The Daily 5

Recycled cereal boxes as personalized book bins! I saw this at a conference I was at this week. This WILL be my first Reading Homework assignment!

"Give Me 5!" Classroom Management Poster

And fits with glad, having a reason for raising hands to show attention. Free Give me - hold up your hand and when that happens, the kids know they are to do 5 things:- Eyes on speaker- Ears listening- Bodies still.

Charts like this can make a quiet and organized classroom.

This works so well :) Hand Signal - Classroom Management. I really like this management style! Great way to stop classroom interruptions.

classroom chart what to ask yourself instead of saying I don't ...

Phrases kids can use instead of "I don't know." These sayings are helpful in encouraging a growth mindset in the classroom.

How many times are you at the front of the room teaching and ask the students a question and you’re looking for an answer.  You call on the first student who raises their hand and he asks to …

Shhhh! Classroom Management with Sign Language (FREE POSTERS)

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