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.
Homework club- If they turn all their homework in on time, then they get to stay in the club! If they don't then they are out of the club. Students who turn all their homework in for the entire month get to come to the monthly homework club lunch.
What does nonverbal classroom management look like and how can a teacher keep students focused on learning without using words or sounds? Here are five very simple, no-cost, low-tech ways that have worked for one teacher over the years.
A Bucket Filling Classroom by Crafting Connections! If you didn't start out your year (all grade levels) discussing Bucket Filling, go back. it's not too late! For great anchor chart activity to go with the book: Have You Filled a Bucket Today?
This is a comprehensive 7 page document that lists and categorizes every single procedure/routine to teach in your classroom. This takes all of the guess work out of your beginning of the year management plan. L Boros
Reward Coupons, Bonus Points & Punch Cards for Classroom Management
One teacher said, I do this in my gradebook - I get out some markers and color in whatever colors my students ended the day on. I use this to determine their citizenship "grades" for each report card. This one is CUTER, though!