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    My plan always focuses on making choices. My classroom management verbage always focuses on choices. My rewards did not. So this year, I will be adding to my plan and I think it will help me make the slight degree of adjustment to make for a smooth landing and great school year!
    • AmaryllisAloft

      Free behavior bracelets let parents know their child did great! I love this idea! Great reinforcer for positive behavior. I love this idea.

    • Natalie Vaughan

      Free behavior bracelets let parents know their child did great! So many great ideas for behavior management and procedures.

    • Jenny Hellbusch

      Free behavior bracelets let parents know their child did great! Great blog post about classroom management strategies too. Need a high school version, LOL.

    • Cassie Irwin

      Maybe something like this as reminder of behavior plan ("I will raise my hand to speak") and reward with sticker on bracelet??

    • Brooke Amber

      Kindergarten Works: Free behavior bracelets let parents know their child did great!

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