They say it takes 21 days to develop a habit. When training, put up a Post It note for each day and rip them off when you're done to keep motivated.

It takes 21 days to create a habit. Put up a Post It note for each day and rip them off when you're done to keep motivated. They say it takes 21 days to develop a habit. This would a good reminder.

this would be great for the classroom

Teaching Time to Kids… I know as a child, I had difficulty telling time. This is a super cute idea for younger aged children. I will remember to include this in my future classroom!

A bunch of fun timers for the classroom.

Timers aren't just for elementary school anymore; these fun timers keep them on task! A bunch of fun timers for the classroom

behavior board. When students do something good, pull out a stick with a number on it (1-100). When 10 numbers in a row are colored in, students get a party! Love this idea!!

Classroom Behavior Chart: A giant 100 chart & as the whole class does something really well one student pulls out a popsicle stick and colors the number found on the stick. Once ten numbers in a row are colored in, a party is earned.

GENIUS!  hot glue tacks to clothes pins, hanging classroom work has never been so easy! Could even decorate/paint the clothespins first to go with the classroom color scheme.

Glue tacks to clothespins to hang student work on bulletin boards. Makes it SO easy to switch out work. *Glue tacks to top and bottom of clothespin to make more sturdy*

A DIY Lego Marble Run that is fun for the kids to make, educational as well as encouraging as they are able to play with a toy that they made themselves!

Lego Marble Run

Idea for Mythical Maze challenge. A DIY Lego Marble Run that is fun for the kids to make, educational as well as encouraging as they are able to play with a toy that they made themselves!

Put class list in a frame to easily mark and erase. It would be cool to add a line at the top where you could write what you're checking off such as "Field Trip Money." that way you can easily keep track with a collection and the kids can see it, eliminating the constant questions!

Put a class list (on cute paper, of course) in a picture frame. Use a dry-erase marker to mark students off of a list! Add a line at the top of the page to remind you what it is for. Field trip money, papers signed and returned, etc.

This is a blog with inspiring ideas for elementary teachers. The author posted this great idea of a calming caddy. It is filled with different sensory objects to help students calm down when getting frustrated. She includes things such as stress balls, calming glitter jar, play dough and notebook and crayons.

The author posted this great idea of a calming caddy. It is filled with different sensory objects to help students calm down when getting frustrated. She includes things such as stress balls, calming glitter jar, play dough and notebook and crayons.

Use a classroom mascot to make special announcements/reminders.....Clarke the troll!

Teaching with a Smile: Classroom Mascot. Could incorporate the Dojo App/Avatar to be a classroom mascot to keep track of classroom points ect

Want to know how I use reminder bracelets to transform classroom behavior for difficult RTI behavior students? Take a look at this post. Make sure to sign up for my newsletter while you are visiting keepingupwithmrsharris.com

Behavior Reminders that Work

Are you looking to improve student behavior? Do you need a new behavior management system that works? Take down that behavior chart and take a look at a new and fresh idea.

quiet critters need quiet friends to help take care of them.

Basically, you make the quiet critters with a pom-pom, heart-shaped foam piece (for the feet) and mini wiggle eyes. I tell my students that my "quiet critters" need a friend to take care of them, but they only can survive/like QUIET friends.

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Problem Solving Wheel for Anger Management. Helpful way to provide choices to children.

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