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Forever in First: classroom management.  Teach Students how to say, "I'm sorry" with meaning.

Forever in First

Teaching kids how to apologize. I love the idea of hanging the anchor chart in the classroom and calling it the "make it right" spot

Have students write on this "Think Sheet" as they think about their behavior. It's a great way to calm down class conflicts before talking about the situation at hand.

Think sheet. Have the student fill this out when they have broken a classroom rule or hurt the feelings of another student. Have the student reflect on their behavior and then fix the situation.

FREE color posters & blackline coloring sheets for classroom management!

Tattling vs Reporting Sort Activity

Problem Solving Framework from Debbie Miller's book. Also called The Peace Place. - "I" messages, students are always confused by this concept

Do you have some students who need a few extra reminders during the day? Using a behavior chart with them will help remind them and you to check in about their behavior. These Editable Behavior Charts are a FREE resources for your classroom.

Behavior Charts – When, Why, and How to Use Them {Freebie}

Do you have some students who need a few extra reminders during the day? Using a behavior chart with them will help remind them and you to check in about their behavior. These Editable Behavior Charts are a FREE resources for your classroom.

4 Behavior Management Questions Idea-print on cardstock (index card size or smaller) then laminate.  Place on student desk as you walk by monitoring the class.  No need to speak.  Give the student a chance to self correct the behavior.

Behavior Management

4 Behavior Management Questions Idea-print on cardstock (index card size or smaller) then laminate. Place on student desk as you walk by monitoring the class. No need to speak. Give the student a chance to self correct the behavior.

Classroom Management - important. take ownership of your actions. by Gigi's mom

Going to start using this ASAP! Love the fact that it says, "I chose to." Red Notes to Parents for Behavior Management and Classroom Behavior Agreement Plan

Free Poster Fair vs. Equal~ Great way to help students understand the difference between everyone getting the same thing, and everyone getting what they need!

FREE Lessons4Now Stuff

Pin says: FREE Fair vs. Equal poster from Ms. Perfect for classroom discussions about respecting differences. Great for classroom management too. It fits parenting multiple children as well.

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