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DIY classroom management PUNCH IT! board. Such a fun way to motivate your students!!!

I am so excited to share this FUN and MOTIVATIONAL classroom incentive board.PUNCH IT! This board is super easy to make, only requiring a.

This would be a great mini project to do in Spanish for the classes/schedules lesson! 1st day project getting to know each other

Neat idea for students to make to describe themselves/ their daily lives, and then use as plan/ map for writing activities! Plus other mind-map activities

Getting your classroom to manage itself can be a challenge, but it doesn't have to be! Click through to see the tips to help your classroom run itself. These ideas will work with your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. {preschool, K, first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders, classroom management, procedures, rules, policies}

Getting Your Classroom to Manage Itself - HoJo's Teaching

Getting a classroom to manage itself can be a challenge, but it doesn't have to be. Click through to see the tips to help the class run itself. These ideas will work with a Pre-K to grade with classroom management, procedures, rules, & policies

Classroom Coupons. These could be very useful to students because we learned in our Behavioral Management class that many students act out because they are seeking attention. This is a way to give positive attention to students (not necessarily only disruptive students). Can give students a sense of purpose and and extra confidence in the classroom. Great rewards for good behavior. ~Amanda Gray

Classroom Management - Reward Coupons that DON'T COST MONEY -Music choice -Raffle entry -Swip Swap Seats -Show and Tell -Teacher's Desk -Computer activity *When each student gets 5 points they can get a coupon on "trading day"

Inspired by Kindergarten: transitions Internet: http://www.ehow.com/info_7848859_importance-transition-activities-classroom-management.html a special song can help students know what is going on and what they are suppose to do. It makes it fun.

Inspired by Kindergarten: transitions; a special song can help students know what is going on and what they are suppose to do. It makes it fun.

This classroom management tool can be used in many different ways. Students…

Classroom Management Tool: Fill Up the Jar

**NOW EDITABLE-The reward cards are now editable so you can add whatever goals work best for your kiddos! This classroom management tool can be used in many different ways. Students can earn marbles throughout the day to earn different kinds of rewards.

Display your classroom rules with fun neons and pops of color! Included are twelve different classroom rules with a white background, neon lettering, and fun designs! Keywords: classroom décor, classroom rules, chalkboard theme, chalk classroom, , classroom management, class rules, rule posters, bright classroom, neons, neon classroom, printables, back to school, classroom inspiration

Twelve Posters (With Pops of Color) for Classroom Rules

Display your classroom rules with fun neons and pops of color! Included are twelve different classroom rules with a white background, neon lettering, and fun designs! Keywords: classroom décor, classroom rules, chalkboard theme, chalk classroom, , classroom management, class rules, rule posters, bright classroom, neons, neon classroom, printables, back to school, classroom inspiration

Using these cards in my class has been a life saver, students can collect tokens or ticks for targeted behaviours.

My points Card - Token rewards

Using these cards in my class has been a life saver, students can collect tokens or ticks for targeted behaviours.

StudentSavvy: Behavior Management in the Classroom!

Behavior Management in the Classroom!

non-verbal classroom management tips to ease the stress and add the education

Non-verbal classroom management tips

What does nonverbal classroom management look like and how can a teacher keep students focused on learning without using words or sounds? Here are five very simple, no-cost, low-tech ways that have worked for one teacher over the years.

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