5 Relaxation Techniques for Kids in Class | The TpT Blog
As a teacher, it can be easy to forget that kids need time to relax and de-stress, too. Here are five techniques to promote relaxation in your classroom.
Behavior Punch Cards for Classroom Management
Are you looking for a fun, hands-on way to encourage your students to consistently make good choices? So was I and then I started implementing these behavior punch cards and suddenly my students were working VERY hard to earn their daily punch.
Simple Punch Cards for Positive Behavior Support - Mrs. Richardson's Class
Simple punch cards can be a great way to reinforce positive behavior in the classroom. Grab the FREE card and some tips on how to use it for great results.
How I Create and Maintain A Positive Classroom Culture for K-2!
Hi everyone! It's Naomi O'Brien from Read Like a Rock Star! I've noticed a lot of teachers heading back to school, and thought I'd share a few of the ideas I use to create a positive classroom culture. For years, my coworkers chalked my sweet and well behaved classes up to the "luck of the draw", but then they had to admit, it must have been something I was doing. We, the teachers, really are responsible for setting the tone in our classroom. Our children are always watching us and how we…
Classroom Management Makeover – Teacher Trap
Classroom Management Makeover: Tips and logical consequences cheat sheet!
Behavior Binder: ABC Data, Behavior Tracking and Behavior Management Resources
Behavior Binder: ABC data, behavior tracking and behavior management resourcesWhat's included? Binder Cover and Spines 5 Binder Section Covers Behavior accommodations list Possible behavior accommodations checklist Student reward list Ideas for logical consequences Behavior Do's and Don'ts Behavior...
Firsties Go Zen - Positive Behavior Management in the Classroom, Part One
Before reading, please note: I realize that many amazing teachers have found great success using behavior charts in their classroom. This post is simply to share my experiences and to offer an alternative form of behavior management. This year, I went rouge and ditched my traditional clip chart. I know...some of you are in shock and the other half are screaming, "It's about time!" As a student teacher, clip charts were the main form of behavior management I saw in classrooms. From inner city…
Take Home Folders: Part 2
This is Part 2 in my series on Take Home Folders/ Homework Folders. If you missed Part 1, I talked about how to set up, label, and organize your folders. Check it out here. Today's blog post will discuss how to actually manage the folders and the gazillions of papers that go back and forth from school to home. We live in a digital world, but papers are very much still a part of elementary schools. Having an efficient system in place will save you so many headaches. If you are a brand new…
Behavior Clip Chart - Behavior Chart System
A clip chart with a twist! Behavior management is a snap with this behavior chart. Whole-class and individual clip charts mixed with brag tags make your classroom management easy to maintain day after day. Click to find out more!
Visual Reward Choice Menu Behavior Charts
Visual Reward Choice Menu Great for students with autism! Amy Murray - Teaching Exceptional Kinders