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  • Nikki Messer

    Another behavior management tool

  • Beth Mauch

    classroom management plan

  • GR Berna

    cute classroom ideas - Google Search

  • Jessie Knox

    What the Teacher Wants!: Management Monday

  • Sherisse Wong

    Behavior Chart: Create a chart with 4 different colors. Blue = Way to Go! Green = Keep it Up! Yellow = Warning. Red = Stop and Think. Write each students' name on a clothes pin and put them all on green. Throughout the day, students move their name down for bad behavior, or get rewarded for good behavior by moving up to blue. This is a great idea for keeping track of who already has had warnings for the day. (Our school follows the Stop and Think program for behavior.) Students who move to bl...

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One of the tips I have seen a lot is too call all parents in the first two weeks. Here is a follow-up idea to that one.

Another clip chart idea. I really need to look into this more for future classroom management plans

i love this way of displaying objectives in the classroom. making connections to real life is so key!

Our classroom theme is going to be frogs. If there's a disciplinary system, this would be perfect!!

want to use this behavior chart bc i love how it focuses on positive behavior rather than negative

Love this management system and how cute is this for a rockstar classroom! Check out this blog...she is AMAZING!!

I like this behavior/clip system b/c it gives ALL kids something to work towards.

Great idea! add jewels to clips every time they get to the top

We do this in my classroom...the students love to "clip up" and I try to catch them doing something good after the have to "clip down" so they can feel good about their positive choices