behavior

Big Green Tattling monster - children take a piece off if they decide their tattle is worth telling you. For every piece of the monster that's left by the end of the week, you put marbles in your jar (or whatever your class management scheme is).

[Slide05%255B2%255D.png]

Children can earn food (clipart pictures) for their picnic baskets for good behavior, bringing visitors, Bibles, etc.

Is the Honeymoon Over?

Classroom Management -- "I want them to see that the result of good behavior isn't a candy bar, but it allows us to do really fun things!

behavior incentive - focus on one behavior at at time and remove item for negative behavior.

For working on a specific behavior, such as blurting - every time someone blurts, we lose a happy face (these are the chances) - still some left = whole class reward (marble jar, etc)

Tattling Teddy. Have your students tell Teddy their tattles to save time.

Tattling Teddy: Really cool idea for smaller grades.the tattling teddy, kids can either tell him or write down what happened and leave it in teddys bin to read later.

This website has so many great ideas a teacher could use throughout the classroom. I like these line up sing alongs to get kids ready to move in the hallway!

Line Up Sing Alongs. Fun and adorable songs to sing when students are lining up in the classroom to promote positive hallway behavior.

Here is a fun little packet for you to help teach manners and expectations in school the first few days of school!  I hope you enjoy it!Kathlee...

PRE K TEACHING MANNERS Here is a fun little packet for you to help teach manners and expectations in school the first few days of school! I hope you enjoy it!

Behavior Management - when a student is "caught" being good, turned something in early, having an exceptional day, ect. you let them place their name/number in a BINGO square. At the end of the day, you pick a letter and number and that students gets a prize.

Behavior Bingo: Students write their number in a square each time they make it to the top of the clip chart. Teacher draws a number and letter from Bingo container and student in that square gets a prize.

Pinterest
Search