Behavior

MR POTATO HEAD CLASS INCENTIVE - Similar to the Jigsaw Puzzle idea, students work as a class to earn parts for Mr Potato Head. When he is complete they earn a predetermined class reward like an early recess or pack up early for a .

group or classroom management tool- could be used to go over expectations at beginning. Everyone's eyes looking at me (add Mr.Potato's eyes), everyone's ears are listening (add ears). If you notice a lot of a certain behavior, take the appropriate part off of Mr.Potato Head to symbolize what you need to make him whole/ continue the lesson

When working in a classroom or group put a part on Mr. Potato Head when the group is making positive choices. When he is complete give a reward

Little Minds at Work: Are you the lucky duck? {a classroom management FREEBIE}

Are you the lucky duck? {a classroom management FREEBIE

Pull "Lucky Duck" stick with students' name. the lucky duck's task is to stay on task and behave well throughout the day. At the end of the day, say who was the lucky duck and say if they are successful.

Classroom Management - have table captain for each table, practice responsibility skills!

Classroom Management: table captains- at the beginning of each week a table captain is picked and the cone is placed on the students desk. The table captain picks up materials and puts them away

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Help Wanted bulletin board. Pockets with classroom job descriptions. Write student names on craft sticks and place them in appropriate pocket. Fun and easy way to switch up student jobs throughout the year.

Classroom Coupons. These could be very useful to students because we learned in our Behavioral Management class that many students act out because they are seeking attention. This is a way to give positive attention to students (not necessarily only disruptive students). Can give students a sense of purpose and and extra confidence in the classroom. Great rewards for good behavior. ~Amanda Gray

Classroom Coupons. These could be very useful to students because we learned in our Behavioral Management class that many students act out because they are seeking attention. This is a way to give positive attention to students (not necessarily only disruptive students). Can give students a sense of purpose and and extra confidence in the classroom. Great rewards for good behavior. ~Amanda Gray

Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Small Bites and Movement

Small Bites and Movement

For kids who get easily overwhelmed by visual input. Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. Open 1 flap at a time and always begin at the top and work their way down.

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