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.
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!
Pros: it is a simple visual that kindergarteners can comprehend easily and reference throughout the day. Cons: It does not describe WHY the student is having behavior difficulties. (This is helpful as they learn what behavior is appropriate or inappropriate.) It also does not reflect how often the cards get changed throughout the day.
How do you help students work through their emotions when they are angry in class? I have started using this cool down center as a classroom management tool and an immediate way for students to relax and calm down. Check it out at LivingLearningLee...
Student behavior goal sheets are a great resource to track positive behaviors for students needing more support in following classroom rules. Include a simple visual picture as a reminder of the expected behavior and a sticker log of students.
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.
Looking for self-control activities for kids? We’ve rounded up 30 of our favorite games to help children develop appropriate social skills and behavior management strategies both at home and in the classroom. Perfect for early childhood and beyond, these ideas will give parents and teachers the tools needed to learn how to teach children self-control in a fun, nonthreatening way.
“My hands are by my side. I’m standing straight and tall. My eyes are looking towards the front. I’m ready for the hall. Shh!” ...After the “Shhh!” kindergarten students keep their candle sticks (fingers) up. A cute hallway transition poem
I saw this wonderful idea in pInterest. It caught my attention as a nice straightforward, stand alone solution to behavior management. I am very interested to know how you would use this in class. It looks a great idea, but I would like some input from someone who has used this successfully or indeed unsuccessfully.