Pickles and Ketchups—On Fridays, place them on the board. Anyone who has turned in all of their assignments is a “pickle” so write their name under the pickle sign. Anyone who is missing an assignment has their name placed under the ketchup bottle. Pickles can “pick” a fun game or activity, while “ketchups” catch up on missing work. It is amazing how quickly assignments come in!
Ketchup, Pickles and Must Do's - Catch Up Work Strategy
A great management strategy for Catch Up time! Just print and use! Anyone who has turned in all their work is a “Pickle”. Anyone with work still to complete is a “Ketchup”. Students will put their names under the appropriate header. When catch up work is complete students are able to switch from a Ketchup to a Pickle. “Must Dos” are items of high priority.
Stop the Interrupting! Blurt Alert cards-This freebie consists of 3 different sets of "blurt alert" cards. The basic premise: each time a student interrupts you or blurts out, hand them a card and keep talking. There are a number of ways to incorporate this into your existing classroom management system, or to use as a Tier 1 or Tier 2 intervention. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.
Holy cow, 271 pages of Post-it activities for teachers. This might be a pin now, read later. This is a cheap, easy way to get students up and moving while still learning and it gets them thinking of different types of questions to ask.
Punch cards can be used to reward good behavior, completing homework, practicing math facts or sight words, etc...>> might work better than the sticker chart, as some kids are taking other kids' stickers!! Ugh! lol