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Barrow's Hodgepodge: Tattling

This year I want to spend my first couple of weeks focusing on management. I want students to learn the appropriate behavior in the classro.

Tattling vs. Reporting, GREAT way to explain it

Tattling vs. Reporting

Reporting My Aspie has a very black and white perspective on right and wrong. My job is to help him see the grey areas. Not an easy task.

Bosses vs. Leaders Lesson-- a sorting activity that's great to do whole-class to show the difference between "boss" and "leader" language and behavior (Freebies included)

Bosses vs. Leaders Lesson + Freebies

Leaders Lesson-- a sorting activity that's great to do whole-class to show the difference between "boss" and "leader" language and behavior (Freebies included)

Classroom Management: Voice Level Poster. I love the use of multiple people to show the appropriate volume level. Tip: Act out the different voice levels and have your students identify which one you are doing. My students really respond to this activity. Have a bit of fun with it! Who doesn’t like a bit of fun?

Top free behavior management resources to add to your "bag-of-tricks". Easy to set-up and implement behavior management strategies.

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Free Behavior Management Resources

Top free behavior management resources to add to your "bag-of-tricks". Easy to set-up and implement behavior management strategies.

Free Behavior Management Resources - The Helpful Counselor | The Helpful Counselor

Free Behavior Management Resources

Top free behavior management resources to add to your "bag-of-tricks". Easy to set-up and implement behavior management strategies.

Tattling, telling, bossing, and helping - what is the difference between each and how to teach them to kids

Tattling, telling, bossing, and helping

How to stop kids from constantly complaining about each other! It's from the perspective of the classroom environment, but I can definitely apply this to the way my kids interact with each other.

Reflection Sheet for Behavior Management Self reflection is a skill that children of all ages need to develop. This is a skill that will help k...

Self Reflection/ Behavior Management

Reflection Sheet for Behavior Management *set printer to "Fit" not "actual size". Self reflection is a skill that children of all ages need to develop. This is a skill that will help kids in adulthood in many ways including developing their self-esteem.

Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon Lesson Plan | Scholastic.com....One of my FAVORITES to read the first week of Kinder!!! YA gotta love her buck toothed grin!

Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon is excellent for a lesson on bullying and positive self concept. Students love David Catrow's illustrations, and they love Molly Lou Melon.

Tattle Turtle: this is a cute idea to try and one get rid of the unnecessary tattle tailing that can take up lesson time, but since the students won't read them just Tattling Turtle then the teacher will know if a student feels they are being bullied. Anything that can be a source for kids to talk about their problems is always could and this can help stop behavior issues.

These are some of my Behavior Management tools. Our school mascot is a Pirate, so we designed what we call "Pirate Bucks.

The Band-Aid Chicken is one of my all-time favorite books to use when I visit my 2nd grade classrooms for my bullying presentations. The story is a tale of a chicken that had the courage to stand up to others and end the cycle of picking on one another. Students …

The Bandaid Chicken: Bystanders Can Beat Bullying Lesson Plan Ideas

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