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Teaching methods and strategies vary based on teacher, classroom, and any other factor you can think of. Positive behavior can be encouraged in your class.

INCENTIVE PUNCH CARDS FOR HOMEWORK & BEHAVIOR - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Incentive Punch Cards for Homework & Behavior Back To School

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Positive Behavior and Procedures in the Classroom

One teacher wrote, "This is a wonderful pin, because not only does it show great ideas, but it also makes sure that all of the procedures promote positivity.

Easy How to Make a Lockdown Shade for Your Classroom - KindergartenWorks

Easy How to Make a Lockdown Shade

Being prepared makes teaching emergency procedures (like a lockdown drill) simplified to kinders. Here's the "how to" so you can easily make a lockdown shade to cover a window on any of your interior walls that don't have one.

Mrs. Olson's Lucky Little Learners: No more treasure box! The Brag Tags. Interesting idea. I'd have to think about how to sell this to some of my students

No more treasure box! Great motivator for students that encourages positive behavior, hard work, top-notch effort, and nice manners!

Every teacher has felt the frustration of a student who shouts out in the middle of class, disrupting your lesson, getting students off task, and driving you bananas. Here are 15 effective strategies to help you control those students, and a free reflective worksheet that will help that student stop blurting out.

Every teacher has felt the frustration of a student who shouts out in the middle of class, disrupting your lesson, getting students off task, and driving you bananas. Here are 15 effective strategies to help you control those students, and a free reflective worksheet that will help that student stop blurting out.

Warning for students who are being disruptive--put this card on their desk as a way to (hopefully) redirect their behavior, without having to say a word!

Simply place on student desks as you are circulating/teaching. No need to disrupt the whole class by pausing your instruction to redirect one student. If you get a stop card, you have to return it at recess and discuss with teacher.

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Lesson about identifying bullying behaviors vs. mean, teasing, or conflict behaviors.

The term "bullying" seems to be thrown around a lot, when it might be an isolated event. This is interesting and may be worth discussion. Lesson about identifying bullying behaviors vs. mean, teasing, or conflict behaviors.

When you catch a student being good, they put their name in a box... at the end of the day roll dice and whoever has their name in that box gets a prize.

students caught being good/on task sign their name in a box. at the end of the day, roll a dice for the letter & the number. student gets a simple reward.

When a student breaks a rule or expected behavior, don't say anything, just reach up and remove a shape from the board. Reward or punishment for left over shapes or an empty board.. Shapes can change with theme or season.

Is the Honeymoon Over?

Classroom Management Strategy/Target Behaviors--Put up 5 magnetic shapes on a cookie sheet near large group area. When someone interrupts, instead of saying something just take down a magnetic shape. Shapes left at the end can be counted toward.

GoNoodle Ideas for the Classroom - Kindergarten Chaos

Fun Classroom Ideas: How To Use GoNoodle In Kindergarten

Fun Classroom Ideas: How To Use GoNoodle In Kindergarten. A few fun games for your Kindergarten class that I have used 2 years in a row.

Responding to Quotes from The One and Only Ivan {Quotable Characters Freebie}

Responding to Quotes from The One and Only Ivan {Quotable Characters Freebie}

Create●Teach●Share: Responding to Quotes from The One and Only Ivan {Quotable Characters Freebie}

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