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Fun Countdown Timers for the Classroom. this would be nice to put on the smart board in the front of the classroom while the children work in groups or individually to help keep track of time Classroom Behavior, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Music Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Timer, Online Classroom, Classroom Organisation, School Organization

Fun Countdown Timers for the Classroom

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Each time a student interrupts you or blurts out, hand them a card and keep talking. There are a number of ways to incorporate this into your existing classroom management system, or to use as a Tier 1 or Tier 2 intervention. Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management, Classroom Organisation, Organization And Management, School Social Work, Social Thinking, Behavior Interventions, School Psychology, Beginning Of School

Stop the Interrupting! Blurt Alert cards

This sweet freebie is a great way to keep the peace during your whole group & small group lessons. The basic premise: each time a student interrupts you or blurts out, hand them a card (without saying anything to them) and keep right on talking. There are a number of ways to incorporate this ...

What a great classroom management hack: eraser up means you haven't called . What a great classroom management hack: eraser up means . Classroom Organisation, Teacher Organization, Teacher Hacks, Classroom Management, Behavior Management, Organization Hacks, Teacher Stuff, New Classroom, Classroom Hacks

6 Things You Must do NOW to Get Ready for Next School Year!

What a great classroom management hack: eraser up means you haven't called them up. Point up means you have. So easy and inexpensive!

Set up classroom transitions to music that happen automatically. Keeps you on time while also providing fun transitions for students! Hmmm, could I make this work in Kindergarten? Classroom Behavior Management, Classroom Organisation, Teacher Organization, Teacher Tools, School Classroom, School Fun, Teacher Resources, Middle School, High School

Classroom Alarm Clock

set up classroom transitions to music that happen automatically on your computer. keeps you on time while also providing fun transitions for students!

Voice levels chart--will this help lower the noise level in my preschool classroom? Kindergarten Classroom, School Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Spanish Classroom, Classroom Posters, Art Classroom, Voice Level Charts, 3rd Grade Thoughts

Yakety-yak...

Guess what came in the mail today! My Yacker Tracker Deluxe ! I am so tickled that it came with smiley stickers. It seems to work well...

Free - Do your kids have "Bravo Behavior"? Use these fun behavior charts to motivate your students. Cute, but say get prize with 3 days of behavior - would make it more. Superhero Classroom, Kindergarten Classroom, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas, Behavior Incentives, Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management

bravo behavior (FREEBIES!)

If you’ve ever had (or possibly you currently do have) a student who struggled with phonics even after receiving daily, systematic instruction, it’s most likely because they have not yet developed their phonemic awareness abilities. Read more

A good behavior punchcard is great idea for classroom management. The students get a hole punched on their card for good behavior and when they get all 20 holes punched they get a reward. The behavior coupons could be an option for rewards. Future Classroom, School Classroom, School Fun, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Incentives, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Rules, School Stuff, Organization And Management

What's the bee-havior buzzzz???

I'm back with Management Monday! When it comes to behavior management in our classrooms, we are all different. What works in my classroom might not work in yours. No judgements here. I've used the "pull card" system since I started teaching. It's worked for me and it's been fine, but I am ready for a change. I've always loved clip charts because they are cuter...haha! WELL- actually I wanted my students to be accountable for their behavior on more of a personal level and I didn't want it…

a fun way to get your kids to stop chatting. check out the link for a cute video and little tricks on how to use it for classroom management! Fun song for the music classroom! Music Classroom, Kindergarten Classroom, School Classroom, School Fun, Future Classroom, Classroom Ideas, School Stuff, Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management

A Turn to Learn

This idea is actually a gem that one of my students thought of years ago! This fun trick will get students as young as Kindergarten to stop chatting! It's one of my favorite classroom management tricks!

Getting Control of a Talkative Class: Practical tips to help pre-K, and first grade teachers teach a group of very chatty, social, verbal, and WONDERFUL children! Kindergarten Classroom Management, Classroom Rules, Preschool Classroom, School Counseling, Future Classroom, Classroom Organization, Classroom Behaviour, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Discipline

Getting Control of a Talkative Class

What can you do to help children learn to listen to a lesson without interrupting? How can you give a lesson without allowing children...

Eye Like What I See! Behavior management idea for the class / they add the eyes to a monster and have a goal for a reward? Love how this quietly rewards positive behavior Behavior Management System, Classroom Behavior Management, Behavior System, Behavior Plans, Reward System, Behavior Charts, Classroom Incentives, Behavior Incentives, Student Incentives

Eye Like What I See!

Well hello lovers! October has arrived and I am giddy. I am buying candy, decorating, and in general wanting to color with orange, yellow, and brown crayons! Fall makes me happy! Great classroom behavior makes me happy too, thus I have a fun little gimmick for you! So if you have read this blog more than once you know I pretty much live at Target. Look at what they have in the dollar bin! GIANT GOOGLY EYES! Yep! I am screaming at you! GIANT GOOGLY eyes. I have a googly eye problem. I can…

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Highlights of my Week

I had a super Friday with my class! I just wanted to share some highlights of my week: My students had good behavior for the most of the week and lots of lost teeth (3) in one week! My students are loving Erica Boher's Lost Tooth Club. One of my students even asked me where the club meets lol she was pretty excited. We are now reading Junie. B. Jones, Toothless Wonder as our chapter book during snack time. My students are loving Pete the Cat of course so if it gets them excited it is a…

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5 Classroom Rules Bulletin Board Idea - MyClassroomIdeas.com

Give me five is a great way to get students attention with out yelling. It is simple and something the students will understand. Discussing and posting this up on the wall will help the students to know what is expected of them.

Your Teacher's Aide: Using Floor Tape In Your Classroom. Read the comment about using floor tape to create Cornell notes on the whiteboard. Music Classroom, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Design, Classroom Ideas, Owl Classroom, Toddler Classroom, Teachers Aide, Teacher Tools

Using Floor Tape In Your Classroom

QUICK UPDATE: Before we get to the post, I'd like to ask you to do a quick favor for me. I recently decided to take the plunge and put this blog on Facebook and Twitter...which is completely nerve racking for a social media novice like myself (my Facebook-addicted husband was so proud though, you guys!). If you could take just a moment and like my page or follow my twitter account, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks! Now back to our regularly scheduled program... Today, I want to share a…