Classroom routines and procedures are essential for a successful classroom. They help your classroom run efficiently so you can maximize student learning. Check out these 10 procedures that you may have overlooked! // Adventures of a Schoolmarm
Classroom Procedure -At the beginning of the year, possibly the first day, it is important to set normal, year long guidelines and procedures. I would set up a power point with all of these procedures included. The first week, I would continue with maybe just highlighting the high points of the ppt. -MM
Includes a free printable! Practicing procedures over and over again at the beginning of the school year can get a little boring. Here are 17 different ways to review procedures with your 3rd grade, 4th grade, or 5th grade class!
This site has a lot of amazing print outs for classroom procedure wall decorations. This picture is one I liked best. I like the idea of having tasks with Velcro on the back that you can put up every day for tasks students can do when they are done with their work to cut down on distractions for the students who are still working. ZM
Classroom procedures are so important to teach during back to school time! These task cards will help back to introduction and review of the procedures fun & engaging. Task cards can be used in so many ways! Perfect to whip out after breaks, too!
Do you feel like a “talking head” during the first couple days of school? We know that explicitly teaching procedures and expectations is a MUST for the beginning of the school year. However it’s a lot of information for a teacher to disseminate and for students to absorb. I have this simple little trick to
Effectively manage your new middle school or high school classroom by establishing these five classroom routines in the beginning of the year. First week classroom routines for effective classroom management.
This pack of 54 task cards is a great way to reinforce procedures and routines at the beginning of the year. *Use as a game to quiz your students on the procedures to earn group points. *Use as a speaking and listening activity. *Have students discuss their answers in partners to reinforce the rules.* Turn the cards into a writing assignment.This pack includes 54 task cards plus 12 blank cards.