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    Students work as a class to earn parts for Mr. Potato Head. They earn a class (french fry?) party when he gets put together.

    token reward system

    Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver! This is brilliant!

    All Students Can Shine: Apps For Classroom Management Too Noisy Meter, Name Selector, Group Creator!

    Great website for behavior ideas

    I'd use this for talking. I'd let students work in groups and play this game to discuss the story among their groups. ----Roll & Retell: Fun way to discuss a story.

    Secret Student - pick a student each day to keep a close eye on. During the day say you are checking on your secret student and the class will correct their behavior in case they are the secret student

    Tips to use with students who blurt.

    Dr. Jean's tricks for when "Shhhh!" does not work. These are great! And other classroom management ideas

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    Classroom Management Strategies | 25 classroom management strategies to get silence from a noisy group of students

    "Brain Sprinkles" ... Love it!

    Students earn a chance to draw a tile and place it wherever they want. When the prize is completely spelled, the class gets that reward.

    Downeast Teach: The Simplest Classroom Management System Ever!

    Love this idea! Pull a name from the Mystery Hero jar. Don't say their name, but let kids know you are watching your Mystery Hero. If the Mystery Hero does a good job reward them, and if they aren't on their best behavior just say to the class that the Mystery Hero needs to try harder. Don't call the student out or let students know who it was.

    Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Easily Distracted

    Behavior Management Ideas

    "marshmallow points" (during winter months, kids earn marshmallow points as a class for making good choices, following class rules, going above and beyond; when mug is full, they get a hot chocolate party.)

    Better than a birthday poster taking up wall space...student's birthday pencil is removed on their birthday and it's empty by the end of the year!

    Classroom Management Posters to help me know where kids are and what I expect them to be doing. Great visual for them to see what they should do!

    Bucket-O-Fun! Full of chores and fun activities for kids written on ping-pong balls.