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    Here a child utilizes the mirror in the Safe Place™. A How Do You Feel Chart (click pic for a free printable copy of chart) is posted under the mirror. The child has an opportunity to match his face to a Feeling Buddies™ face. From there, he knows what options are available to him to calm and self regulate. #iheartcd

    We came across this for a car but we can see this in a Safe Place! An organized and easy way for a smaller child to draw a picture in the I Choose phase of self-regulation! Replace the crayons with some funky gel pens and this will work for journaling in a Safe Place for older children. #iheartcd

    "Safe Spot" --idea -- Students can go to the "Safe Spot" to calm down, have some alone time, or just chill out with a book.

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    Giving students ownership of the classroom. "Whether the teacher is conscious of it or not, students have a great deal of influence on how the day goes. When teachers recognize this fact, and show kids the power of their influence on how the classroom is run, a profound transformation can take place in which kids learn to self-regulate."

    This is as close as it gets to a miracle solution for students' behavior problems, it's completely free, and it only takes 2 minutes a day.

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    How to Support Sensory Needs in the Preschool Classroom. Do you have kids who fidget, hate loud noises, can't stand the taste, texture, or smell of certain foods, can't touch certain fabrics? Read this to find out how you can support these sensory needs in your classroom.

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    How we establish classroom expectations (as a class).

    Behavior Progress Monitoring - A variety of tracking charts available for download.

    CHAMPS is a great classroom management system. If you are a PBIS school, CHAMPS would work well for the classroom-side of PBIS, because it complements a school-wide positive behavior system very well. (SMARTboard files available in blog post).

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    SET CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS using this "How are we learning?" chart. Use these headings: independent, partners, teams, whole class, and AIH (Academic Intervention Hour), or create your own!

    (safe spot, recovery spot, calm down spot)