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CLASS DOJO POINTS TRACKER - TeachersPayTeache...

Class Dojo Points Tracker

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32 Must-Try Classroom Management Tips. Great ideas for positive reinforcement, brain breaks, grouping kids and tons more.

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FREE!! The End of the Jar is a great way to end the school day and wonderful for classroom management!

End of the Day Jar- Questions Cards for Community Building in the Classroom

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Music for "Move It Monday" and "Fun Friday" Brain Breaks looking good!

Classroom Rewards

Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Behavior Coupons

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Cool idea for getting students' attention without using words!

Music Cue on the App Store on iTunes

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Notice to Students (Big Text) - NEW School Classroom Student Motivational POSTER- if i were a teacher

I have a treat for you today! One hot topic in the education world today is executive functioning. Anne-Marie Morey reached out to me to write a post about how to help students that are distracte...

Infinite Learning Lab

Infinite Learning Lab

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Class Credit Cards Pinner wrote: I have used these credit cards successfully in 2nd through 6th grades. It is a very motivating reward system which gives students real life math practice. The cards are only good for the owner, so stealing is discouraged.

Love this poster! After you should have the students brainstorm thier list for you. ie. Dear Mrs. Wilcox 1- Your are listened to 2- I respect you , etc.

30 Inspiring Posters To Jazz Up Any Classroom

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Brain Break: Your kids can pick either the hippo or dog and they have to mimic their dancing! so fun!

Monster shuffle brain break for the week of Halloween.

How to Develop Positive Classroom Management We've gathered tips from educators about proactive discipline methods.

How to Develop Positive Classroom Management

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For teachers everywhere...

Projects at the Pickett's: Back to School Time

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You failed. 37 second video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter!

Wow! notebook -- a morale booster! When a staff member or student receives the notebook, they read the wonderful message that someone wrote for them. They, in turn, write a note to another staff member to encourage, give a boost, or to just say how much they are appreciated. At the bottom of the page they write, "Don't forget to pass it on....."

Hanselor the Counselor: WOW!

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Encouraging students to persevere (image only) -- We have each student write a list of "I Can'ts" and then hold a funeral service..literally bury the "I Can'ts"...with the entire grade level.

One-song workouts

5 One-Song Workouts

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class rules

Tattle monsters. Kids write down non-emergency tattles that can wait and put them in here. At the end of the day they decide if it's still important enough to bring to me.

Giggles Galore: Tattle Monster

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In Community Building Activities, by the2teachers, you will get a huge resource that will take you from the first days of school straight to the en...

Community Building Activities (40 activities)

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I like the envelopes on the desk... could use this for different management systems

What Happens in First Grade: Classroom Photo Tour!

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Take your cup and place an empty toilet paper roll inside. Now place your popsicle sticks inside the roll. Now you can pull from inside the roll. After you call the student, place their popsicle stick on the outside of the roll. * If there was a student that you think you might want to call on again just place them back inside the roll. Now students won't know who you're going to call on. They'll just think you're putting all the names back into the cup! So brilliant!

Rowdy in First Grade: AMAZING tip!

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Reaching for the TOP! Ms. Wilkie's Second Grade: Classroom Economy