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Ideas for Lining Up Your Class from PreK and Sharing

Ideas for Lining Up Your Class

I typically line kids up by calling girls first then boys, or vice versa, just to avoid a stampede. A few times, I’ve had a volunteer parent or newbie substitute … or one time a middle school teacher… call my class to “line up!

IEP goal bank.  Lots of Speech Language, Functional, Social Skills and more.

This website is a great resource not only for parents but also for the school based SLP that is new to the school environment. This website defines and explains the acronyms, terminology, and jargon that can be found in an IEP document.

Corkboard Connections is a blog written by Laura Candler who enjoys connecting terrific teachers with amazing resources!

Teaching Children Not to Be Rude!

Toothpaste Squirt Lesson for teaching kids not to be rude and put down others. Simple, but fantastic idea! Could be a great FHE lesson!

The Adventures of Room 83: Calm Down Kit

CALMING CADDY: Items to include: stress ball, Play Doh, squishy balls.to squeeze out anger. Crayons and spiral tablet.to write down feelings or draw. A calming jar.to relax. A small stuffed toy.for deep breath

An Educators Life: I want to try this. Every time the class is on task have them pull a letter title and place it anywhere they choose! When a word is completely spelled they receive that prize

Classroom Reward Idea - Students earn a chance to draw a tile and place it wherever they want. When the prize is completely spelled, the class gets that reward.

This is a pool noodle attached to the desk with a rope. It can be used as a foot rest or for a sensory strategy for movers and shakers!

This is a pool noodle with rope attached. Attach it to the desk. It can be used as a foot rest or for a sensory strategy for movers and shakers! - Pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Cue staff with visuals! Everyone needs visuals and reminders, not just students. Here are some ideas on which visuals to use. These ideas are ideal for special education classrooms especially those servicing students with autism and other language based disabilities.

Cue Staff With Visuals....Adults need Visuals, too!

Super simple organization tip for special education classrooms. This classroom visual will help you keep track of students as they come and go to therapies during the school day.

cell phone partners-each child selects 10 names to put on a speed dial number. When you need a partner, teacher calls out a number and they check the speed dial to see who their partner is this time. cute idea

cell phone partners-each child selects 10 names to put on a speed dial number. When you need a partner, teacher calls out a number and they check the speed dial to see who their partner is this time. cute idea--cute way to pick partners

Teaching in Progress: Why I Will Never Use a Behavior Chart Again- also take a break boxes and what they can include

I love this- Take a Break Space. I would actually have the students work toward being able to use the Take a Break Space if they stay on task.

This website has so many great ideas a teacher could use throughout the classroom. I like these line up sing alongs to get kids ready to move in the hallway!

Line Up Sing Alongs. Fun and adorable songs to sing when students are lining up in the classroom to promote positive hallway behavior.

Funny- They have to leave it on their desk for when they come back...Love this because YEAH RIGHT they really wash their hands on their own in the bathroom every time!

Bathroom Passes Bottle of hand sanitizer so you know they have clean hands after using the bathroom. And don’t forget to tie a rubber band around the neck so you get child-sized squirts every time. 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

During the last twelve years of teaching I have tried many things for classroom management--flipping cards, name on board, tickets, beads, c...

Positive reinforcement note to send home with kids - maybe a more general HOORAY- or even less general and handwritten. Have a schedule or checklist to make sure all kids get one sent home! Parents always love to see their children doing well in school

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Special needs- A Special Sparkle: Visual Solutions For Staying in Your Space. This would be excellent for a child with ADD/ADHD, autism, etc. in a classroom setting.

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