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27 things to do with students who are not paying attention. These tips will help the student pay more attention next time and help the teacher manage their classroom better. Classroom Behavior, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Differentiation In The Classroom, Classroom Discipline, Classroom Libraries, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks

Pay attention, please…

Sometimes it is the students who are bored and sometimes it is the instructor who is boring. Engaged students pay attention. This work by Mia MacMeekin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribut…

Give Me Five Behavior Management Posters Count to five or hold up one finger at a time when the class needs to refocus. Discuss what occurs for each number at the beginning of the school year and eventually the reaction will be automatic. Preschool Classroom, Future Classroom, Kindergarten Class Rules, Classroom Decor, Star Themed Classroom, Preschool Rules, Classroom Posters, Give Me Five, Give It To Me

Give Me Five Behavior Management Posters

"Give Me Five" is a popular way to get the attention of your class. The teacher says, "Give Me Five," and the students go through five steps: Eyes are watching, Ears are listening, Lips are zipped, Hands are still and Feet are quiet. In five seconds, the class is quiet! Included are: a full sized...

  Anger Management, Classroom Management, Kids Education, Special Education, Finnish Language, Psychology Quotes, Good Parenting, Early Childhood Education, Social Skills

Näin harjoittelet rauhoittumista lapsen kanssa - 8 keinoa rauhoittua - Sannis Shining

Miten lapsi voisi rauhoittua, jos hänelle ei ole opetettu, miten? Alta löydät 8 keinoa rauhoittua, joita voit kokeilla yhdessä lapsen kanssa.

Students w/ special needs: Stress Box! This is such a neat idea. The lid of this box says, "Stress Box." Inside are various manipulatives. Great for kids with anxiety, impulse control or frustration challenges. Stress Management, Behaviour Management, Classroom Management, Social Work, Social Skills, Conscious Discipline, Impulse Control, Self Regulation, Emotional Regulation

Wow! - One Extra Degree

It’s crazy to think that I’ve been blogging for a whole year, but it’s true! I wrote my first post on October 2, 2010! I honestly can’t believe how many wonderfully talented teachers I’ve gotten to “know” over the course of the year, but wow! You all amaze me! Thanks for sharing your talents, thanks …