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Classroom Showcase: Kindergarten » Chart shows how many marbles (in a jar or bucket) students can earn for positive behavior.

Chart shows how many marbles (in a jar or bucket) students can earn for positive behavior. You can take his concept and adapt it for home.

Clearly Kindergarten: Classroom Management

Cute owl theme and mixing up the traditional color/stoplight behavior management system. Each student has an owl on the branch - can move up to different branches for positive behavior or down branches for warnings.

Bravo behavior (FREEBIES!)   I’ve found that the most effective way to keep things calm (yet still fun!) in my classroom is to constantly......

bravo behavior (FREEBIES!) (a year of many firsts)

Bravo Behavior- when the entire table has bravo behavior, the teacher will choose a student to shade in 1 square. 3 shaded squares equals a prize.or individual behavior chart?

A behavior reward system that might be possible to do in a home learning environment. Students earn tickets during the week and trade them in for prizes according to the number of tickets they earned. Of course, at home, you might not need so many boxes. Or you could just put a variety of items in a basket with a "price" of XX tickets.

A behavior reward system that might be possible to do in a home learning environment. Students earn tickets during the week and trade them in for prizes according to the number of tickets they earned. Could do at home too!

Mystery word
Every time they give you their attention right awa, you turn a letter

Miss Kindergarten uses mystery words as an incentive for the students. This coincides with a marble jar. Each time they earn 5 marbles a letter is revealed.

Little Minds at Work: Are you the lucky duck? {a classroom management FREEBIE}

Are you the lucky duck? {a classroom management FREEBIE

Pull "Lucky Duck" stick with students' name. the lucky duck's task is to stay on task and behave well throughout the day. At the end of the day, say who was the lucky duck and say if they are successful.

Classroom management tip: Students who blurt during whole group lesson. Great tip to help with those students who are impulsive during your lessons.

Students Who Blurt

This is me.Classroom management tip: Students who blurt during whole group lesson. Great tip to help with those students who are impulsive during your lessons.

Teacher Planning: I WANT to be this organized!!!

August- Classroom Organization Teacher Planning: This is why I love elementary teachers! They are the most organized people in the world!I WANT to be this organized!

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