When a child is unfriendly, they have to pick a random act of kindness. This is a great tool for redirection instead of disciplining.

Draw a maze on a large plastic bottle. Put a magnet inside and have the child use another magnet to get the inside magnet out following the maze.

Living Skills Connection: Promoting R.A.K. - Random Acts of Kindness. Beginning of Phys.Ed year, ensure students are acting with kindness by promoting RAK! Must connect with TrueSport Principles of "giving back". Great Free Resource :)

The Anger Box - addressing the needs of the angry child.

Random Acts of Kindness. Good template and could be modified for use with high school students.

5 Things You Should Say to Your Class Every Day

Parent Wish Jar: At Back to School night, leave out Wish Slips and have parents jot down their hopes for their child for the coming school year. Very telling, good for goal setting, progress tracking...

Get rid of the "treasure box" rewards.

From 3rd Grade Thoughts: Getting Ready for RACK Week!. Idea when looking at Kindness, Randoms Act of Class Kindness

The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0553386697/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_LIfHwb1BKNGG0

positive classroom discipline :) love it!

I like this poster better then the one I currently have! Peace, Love and Learning: "Give Me Five" Freebie

Random Acts of Kindness Jar... The kids really love this.

Behavior report: free download!

Oh I'm using this!

The Executive Function Skills Every Kid Needs These techniques used by educators to teach "executive function" will help your child succeed at practically anything.

Fun in First Grade: Tips for Parents...How to Help My Child Succeed

Promoting kindness with a kindness jar. At the beginning of the day, have each child fill out a "I am kind when..." card. At the end of the day, read each one and ask if anyone saw someone doing that act of kindness. Award any child who has done an act of kindness in a way of your choosing

for elementary classroom

The Whole-Brain Child has a unique, interactive approach that allows readers not only to think more deeply about how the ideas fit their own parenting approach

printable list of strategies (SDIs) for your IEP meeting (over 500 and counting!)