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"Three Before Me" wheel of choices Whenever they can, students should try three of these choices before approaching an adult with an issue.

I like this traffic light behaviour management chart because it helps students with self-regulation. When children are misbehaving or make a bad choice, they will move their peg down a level. They will also have the chance to move up a level if their behaviour improves during the day. At the end of the day, they could colour in a face in their agenda to go home, which also communicates with parents the kind of day that their child had at school.

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Tattle Tale Tips

GREAT choice wheel for settling their own disputes!

This is a good idea for behavior management in the classroom. In Beautiful Child, Torey dealt with a lot of problem behavior. This could be made in to a sign that would be hung in the "cool down spot" in a corner of the room. Although it may not work with every student, it could be helpful to at least one.

Cool Down Cubes - great for students who have difficulty with anger. Using a permanent marker, write a safe "cool down" strategy on each ice cube. For example: count to ten, walk away, talk to a friend, take three deep breaths, etc. I also left a few of the cubes blank so that the students could come up with their own strategies.

Each time a student BLURTS out loud without raising hand they have to take one down. Last person to have all 3 gets rewarded!--I've seen this implemented in a first grade classroom with a lot of success!

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20 Ways to Keep Your Students' Attention

20 Ways to Keep Your Students' Attention | Minds in Bloom

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Pay attention, please…

27 Things to do with students who are not paying attention.

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Classroom Management Plan

This noise-o-meter can help remind students what the appropriate volume should be in the classroom at specific times. This corresponds to the NYS teaching standard Element IV.3: Teachers manage the learning environment for the effective operation of the classroom. a. Teachers establish, communicate, and maintain clear standards and expectations for student behavior.


At a Glance: Classroom Accommodations for ADHD

Examples of accommodations that can be used in the classroom to help kids with ADHD

10 Rainy and Snow Day Activities for Indoor Recess Free download on the website. Lots of free activities.

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change from the poster I have! Love this setup!