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This post is loaded with 30 classroom management ideas for the Kindergarten, primary and elementary classroom! Classroom management tips and tricks for whole brain teaching, alternative seating, bucket fillers, and so much MORE, including a behavior bingo FREEBIE!

72 unique Growth Mindset Notes encourage middle school and high school students to believe they can learn anything and help them develop the attitudes, habits, and work ethics that will help them persevere through challenges and succeed in all subjects and classes! Ready to print, cut, and go – implement growth mindset today with these notes!
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Growth Mindset Notes of Encouragement (Grades 6, 7, 8, 9)

72 unique Growth Mindset Notes encourage middle school and high school students to believe they can learn anything and help them develop the attitudes, habits, and work ethics that will help them persevere through challenges and succeed in all subjects and classes! Ready to print, cut, and go – implement growth mindset today with these notes!

Behaviour Cards: effective because they (can) allow the teacher to address a target behaviour without distracting the rest of the class. Simply walk by, drop off the card, and have the student return it to you at the end of class to discuss why you gave them the card in the first place.

I have Stop signs, but this will hold the students accountable for their behavior! If they don't know what they were doing then I will probably need to refresh them on the rules!

This is a good idea for behavior management in the classroom. In Beautiful Child, Torey dealt with a lot of problem behavior. This could be made in to a sign that would be hung in the "cool down spot" in a corner of the room. Although it may not work with every student, it could be helpful to at least one.

Free brag tags! Download includes full color AND black & white versions of each design. Brag tags are a great classroom management tool for recognizing positive behavior and effort in the classroom.

I made up something like this last year for summer school. I'd say, "Give me 5." Kids would have to raise their little paws, give me their 2 eyes, 2 ears, and one closed mouth to show me they were being respectful, good listeners and ready to learn. It was effective at getting their attention. Forgot about it, thanks!