First Grade Fever!: Welcome to My Classroom Pictures & My Prize Pass Catalog FREEBIE!

First Grade Fever!: Welcome to My Classroom Pictures & My Prize Pass Catalog FREEBIE! Love the idea of using the punch cards and catalog, too!

Recognize students who make 100% on a test!  I love this idea.....so positive for those hard working students.

Ron Clark inspired: Students are only allowed to wear one when they got on a test and they get to wear it all day! Teachers/kids ask them and give them high fives. Love me some Ron Clark!

Really like the REACH idea to supplement and give details for classroom rules. Whole Brain Teaching Rules Plus REACH

Not the rules but the REACH acronym is nice :) "How one teacher used an acronym to make the Whole Brain Teaching rules work in her classroom.

Corkboard Connections is a blog written by Laura Candler who enjoys connecting terrific teachers with amazing resources!

Teaching Children Not to Be Rude!

Toothpaste Squirt Lesson for teaching kids not to be rude and put down others. Simple, but fantastic idea! Could be a great FHE lesson!

3 before me by rena

"Wheel of Choices" is designed to give students appropriate options in their struggles with others. Whenever they can, students should try three of these choices before approaching an adult with an issue. I think I could use this wheel myself tho!

Students pick out a sucker after completing book or log. Some suckers have black dot on bottom end which means another treat. Use as extra credit work???

When students complete a book or their completed reading log, they get to pick a sucker! Now, some of these suckers have black dots on the ends of the stick. If they are lucky enough to pull out one of those, they get to pick from the treasure box or anot

About once a month I choose a student to receive the "positive postcard".  I actually mail a postcard to their house!  They love receiving mail from their teacher. Their parents especially love it...it's sure nice to know that their child is succeeding.

About once a month choose a student to receive the "positive postcard". Actually mail the postcard to their house! Students love receiving mail from their teacher. Their parents especially love it.it's sure nice to know that their child is succeeding.

Bravo behavior (FREEBIES!)   I’ve found that the most effective way to keep things calm (yet still fun!) in my classroom is to constantly......

bravo behavior (FREEBIES!) (a year of many firsts)

Bravo Behavior- when the entire table has bravo behavior, the teacher will choose a student to shade in 1 square. 3 shaded squares equals a prize.or individual behavior chart?

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The Behavior Alert shows the rules that were broken, and the students, as well as their parents, need to sign this. This is a great way for the parents to track their children's behavior and the teachers can also alert the parents if there are issues.

During the last twelve years of teaching I have tried many things for classroom management--flipping cards, name on board, tickets, beads, c...

Positive reinforcement note to send home with kids - maybe a more general HOORAY- or even less general and handwritten. Have a schedule or checklist to make sure all kids get one sent home! Parents always love to see their children doing well in school

Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels

Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels

Grade Thoughts: Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels I like "spy talk" instead of whisper or six inch voice.

How to Teach Your Students How to CHECK THEIR WORK (with a freebie!)

How to Teach Your Students How to CHECK THEIR WORK (Who's Who and Who's New)

Tips to use with students who blurt.  Create a parking garage to store student's comments for an appropriate time.  Great idea.  Read more at:  http://www.teach123school.com/2012/09/students-who-blurt.html

Students Who Blurt

Tips to use with students who blurt. - adapt talking parking garage on this link for pragmatics group?

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Walking Ticket - For those kids who need to be active at recess but need a consequence - interesting.Walking Tickets for Behavior Management

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