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Letting feet stay busy.....  students can push on the band while sitting in their chair. This will help the child who needs constant movement.

Thera-Band Chair: for children who have trouble sitting still. Stretch band around chair legs so that student can push on it while sitting in the chair. Can push their feet against the band while sitting at their desk doing work.

Spray bottle filled with water.  The mist in the air signals to the students that it's time to be quiet. media-cache5.pint... katiebrunt teacher feature

27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

When all else fails, spray Quiet Spray into the air! ~~ 27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSROOM SETUP POINTERS.  This post has such great pointers for dealing with the common problem of elopement or students escaping the area.  In addition, there is some GREAT tips about improving how you can get the most from your paraprofessionals! Read more at:  http://www.autismclassroomresources.com/special-education-classroom-setup-pointers-summer-sped-blog-hop/

Special Education Classroom Setup Pointers: Summer Sped Blog Hop

Special needs- A Special Sparkle: Visual Solutions For Staying in Your Space. This would be excellent for a child with ADD/ADHD, autism, etc. in a classroom setting.

speech bubbles with chalk board paint-- display with book quotes

Make these with chalk board paint and then put them up in my classroom so I can write the amazing stuff my children say all day long in them. You could also write classroom rules or welcome messages, instructions, messages to parents, focus wall language.

I use stretchy book covers to hold whiteboards, a black sock (eraser), and a marker.  Don't put too much in the pocket or it will stretch.

I use stretchy book covers to hold whiteboards, a black sock (eraser), and a marker. Don't put too much in the pocket or it will stretch. Love the black sock idea.

so clever! Keep in SS/Sci binder for quick use and save time passing out the mini boards.

The Teachaholic: whiteboards! buy a pack of plastic sleeves and insert card stock (paper makes it too flimsy when they display their answer). use a ring clip to store them. You can even print lines or graph paper on the card stock if you find it useful.

20 Brain Break clips from Teach.Train.Love (Best part- She put them through a student-friendly filter so no images or text will pop up like they do on YouTube!)

20 Brain Break Clips: Fight the Fidgeting! by Bevin Reinen - Videos sure to get your students (and maybe even you) moving and grooving! (Links to 40 more Brain Breaks clips to use in class as well as holiday clips.

When the melt down is starting have student pick a calm down activity Great Visual

When the melt down is starting have student pick a calm down activity Great Visual. Great for special education students with a behavior intervention plan!

After many requests, here it is! An editable version of the chevron design behavior clip chart. Also, I have added two levels above green for going above and beyond and being a superstar! Enjoy!

Chevron Design Behavior Clip Chart Editable

After many requests, here it is! An editable version of the chevron design behavior clip chart. Also, I have added two levels above green for going above and beyond and being a superstar!

"I have buckets that I have transformed into seating for students that chose to work in there (great for ADHD and Autistic students)" Love this!

"I have buckets that I have transformed into seating for students that chose to work in there (great for ADHD and Autistic students)" Great idea! could work for sensory too!

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Desks not for kinder but great idea for classrooms with desks! Great for student desk clusters. Storage bins for student supplies in each area instead of locating them in one congested area. great for classroom flow during activities!

Cute positive behavior management idea! positive behavior supports to recognize positive student behavior.

understand motivation These little crafts are "high-fives" that you can give to your students. The positive attention and praise provided by the high-fives can work wonders for students motivation.

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