If you are tired of filling out daily charts to send home to parents, then this is perfect for you. No matter your behavior plan, these will be a perfect fit. This is a SAMPLER of my full pack that only contains August calendars. This is a perfect way for you to try it before you buy it!
Maybe it's just me, but I'm always on the lookout from other teacher friends for positive behavior support and classroom management ideas. Here are some strategies I use in my classroom to give students the behavioral support they need! I've used all of t
Are you looking for a fun, hands-on way to encourage your students to consistently make good choices? So was I and then I started implementing these behavior punch cards and suddenly my students were working VERY hard to earn their daily punch.
Howdy! I am Mr. Greg from The Kindergarten Smorgasboard. My real name is Greg Smedley-Warren. I have been teaching for 11 years. I spent a year teaching fifth grade, two years in second grade and am now in my 9th year in Kindergarten. Kindergarten is my passion and my calling but honestly, that wasnâ€™t how it started. When I was moved to Kindergarten (not voluntarily!) I called my mommy and cried. But on the first day, I fell in love and knew that Kindergarten is where I belonged. I have remai...
This post is loaded with 30 classroom management ideas for the Kindergarten, primary and elementary classroom! Classroom management tips and tricks for whole brain teaching, alternative seating, bucket fillers, and so much MORE, including a behavior bingo FREEBIE!
I began analyzing the way I managed behaviors in my classroom when my son had a kindergarten teacher that hung a behavior on the wall for everyone to see. I created an individual behavior management system for my classroom that offers communication daily to parents.
Managing voice levels in your classroom is easy when you use a printable chart. Your kids (from kindergarten all the way to middle school) will love the bright colors and bold illustrations! This is a great visual tool for independent behavior management.
Help your youngest friends manage their behavior and feelings with this Think Sheet. They can easily reflect on how they are feeling - angry, confused, scared, shocked, worried, or sad - by circling a doggy picture. Then, they can come up with a plan (with your help) of how they can better manage their feelings in the future.