Great way to get students involved in helping the classroom staying clean. Beautiful and colorful!

Help Wanted bulletin board. Pockets with classroom job descriptions. Write student names on craft sticks and place them in appropriate pocket. Fun and easy way to switch up student jobs throughout the year.

Great ideas to share with one of our new teacher ...Rock Stars

Classroom Behavior Management visual representation perfect for music classrooms or elementary classrooms. Students go up or down depending on behavior choices. // Not practical for high school, but it's so darn cute!

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Neat idea to use images of materials. Could create a writer's notebook image, pen image, paper image, and book image.

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I thought the idea of incremental punishment is good, gradually prolonging the loss of recess time gives teachers and students room to work and improve before giving them a harsh consequence for misbehaving based on the level of misbehavior.

Adventures of an Art Teacher: New Classroom

it's an ongoing challenge. This eye-catching poster sums it up nicely and is easy for students to remember. For older students upgrade the poster to by adding two more criteria.

Mission Organization: 21 Ideas to Organize Your Classroom Library

Don't leave! I'd love for you to stay

Clever sentence strip storage - affix hooks on surface, binder clips on strips, hang. Neat and handy!

store sentence strips with binding clips. Instead of hanging, I may try using small binder clips and placing in a sentence strip storage box. I think they will work better than my current paperclips.

I actually prefer this objectives chart to the commercially made one I pinned earlier. :) Jodi from The Clutter-Free Classroom

Life in First Grade: A whole bunch of random classroom happenings/Posting Daily Objectives.I kind of like this idea!

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

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!