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Bravo Behavior- when the entire table has bravo behavior, the teacher will choose a student to shade in 1 square. 3 shaded squares equals a prize

*FREE* Quick and easy notes to staple to unfinished work. Each note has a quick checklist, so that the teacher may note why the student has unfinished work. A blank has been provided for additional reasons/notes. #TpT

Students raise their hand with a given number of fingers, so the teacher knows what the student needs right away. Limits interruptions in the classroom.

A New Look For Behavior Management!-2 fun, creative ways to motivate students to have positive behavior. From Simply Speech. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

Simple! Students' names are on clothespins. They all start in green and the start of the day and endeavor to stay there.

Have some sort of "blurt alert" sign to point to when someone is blurting. Does not stop the lesson!

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StudentSavvy: Behavior Management in the Classroom!

I have Stop signs, but this will hold the students accountable for their behavior! If they don't know what they were doing then I will probably need to refresh them on the rules!

Buy those reusable ice cubes and put them in a jar numbering each one. Meet with teachers and create a poster for "cool down" activities. When students need a cool down break the teacher can ask them to pick an ice cube and do the numbered activity.