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    Using "fuzzies" in the classroom. Ideas for individual behavior management

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    Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Classroom Management with Warm Fuzzies BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT

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    Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Classroom Management Linky Party {I love warm fuzzies!}

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    Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: warm fuzzies! Great classroom management idea!

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This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

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A great alternative to the treasure box. Sarah Schell. Makes me think of something you would do.Coupons that kids can cash in, such as: sit at the teacher's desk, wear socks or slippers during class, etc.

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FREEBIE: Cool sign to remind students that they should be silent when they should be listening!

Classroom Management - Give Me Five Mini-Posters- want to use this for my second grade classroom this semester!

Here's a set of materials and directions for setting up an owl-themed classroom economy system.

Warning Cards (A Classroom Management Tool!) - Was going to make these myself, but now I don't have to!

Behavior Management: Think Sheet... for when kids get red on the clip chart! I really like this idea.

Classroom Behavior Management. Perhaps have one on each child's desk next to classroom rules and students can earn/lost privelages.

Pinner says, "It can be soooo time consuming to answer the questions...Can we use markers?, Do we turn this in?, Is this a talking activity? I love using these assignment choice signs to answer those questions without me doing the work. Once I give directions for an activity, I quickly place checks and X's by the cards and my students know exactly where to look for the answer."