Classroom Management: "Rules of the Rug!"Quick View

Classroom Management: "Rules of the Rug!"

This is a packet of mini-posters for the “rules of the rug!” Young children in preschool, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and even first grade will delight in learning the “rules of the rug!” Teach them the rules and procedures and they will not forget them all year! You will find seven mini posters with eye-catching borders that are sure to grab the attention of the learners!
MissAlaneious
Classroom Management PlanQuick View

Classroom Management Plan

This is a great resource if you are asked to turn in a classroom management plan and have no idea where to begin! Perhaps you are a new teacher and haven't thought about it? Or maybe you're a seasoned teacher who has never had to put it in writing? Sections Included: Rules and Expectations Organization Discipline Tardies/Absences Classroom Procedures Classroom Jobs All sections are filled with details that I used inside of my classroom - Obviously, this may not work for you. The document is in Microsoft Word format, so you can change things to fit your needs!
stephfenton2015
Classroom Management ~ Talking Tickets!Quick View

Classroom Management ~ Talking Tickets!

This packet is a great idea for classroom management! In this packet, you will find six sheets of “Your Turn To Talk Tickets!” Students might place two or three tickets at the top corners of their desk during a direct instruction activity. When a student has a turn to talk in response to the activity, after speaking that student can give you one of his/her tickets. When the student’s tickets are gone, he/she can not talk again until the activity is different. You can make many, many variations for these tickets! Additionally, there are six other pages of “You Owe Me” tickets. These tickets might be issued to students when they forget and interrupt instruction and other students’ learning. These tickets state that they will owe you time! These tickets suggest that time is taken in increments and not all at one time!
MissAlaneious
Classroom Reward Coupons for Behaviour ManagementQuick View

Classroom Reward Coupons for Behaviour Management

This is a set of highly motivating, no-cost classroom reward coupons to go with your behaviour management system. My students absolutely LOVE getting these coupons and really work hard to earn them. The best rewards are ones that are meaningful to the student. Letting them choose their own is an incredible motivator. There are 25 different reward coupons: • Sweet Treat - Pick from candy jar • Extra computer time • Chalkboard Bandit - Write on chalkboard • Yum Yum Chew Some Gum • Game Day - Pick a game for the class • Teacher's helper • Homework pass - Skip an assignment • Pick a Job - Choose any job for the day • King of the Class - Wear a crown for the day • Lunch with teacher • Lunch with a friend • Skip morning work • Pick A Pen - write with a pen for the day • Positive phone call to parents • Extra recess for class • Neat-O Feet-O - Take your shoes off in class • Sit by a friend • Story Selector - Pick a story for the teacher to read • Desk Duty - Sit at the teacher's desk • Pick from the treasure box • Pencil Pass - sharpen your pencil whenever you want • Hat Day - Wear your favorite hat to class • Classroom Comedian - Tell a joke to the class • Lucky Leader - Be the line leader for the day • Fuzzy Wuzzy - Wear your slippers to school There are 8 reward coupons per page.
FishyTeacher
Classroom Passes Organization and Management PackageQuick View

Classroom Passes Organization and Management Package

you begin the school year, make sure you are organized with these assorted classroom passes. Contained in this package are 20 pages of different style passes. From hallway passes to chaperone tags, it is all here. All passes are in full color and customizable. I have even designed innovative white board pattern passes that make you aware when your students have taken a pass out. There are multiple copies of each in different colors. Please visit the preview and hope to see you as my next follower.
Taylaj42
Classroom Management: October Positive Notes of Praise!Quick View

Classroom Management: October Positive Notes of Praise!

This is an awesome set of notes for positive praise for the month of October. The set of three different positive praise notes are set against an October background and will bolster the motivation level of your students and will be a great source of encouragement. These notes can be given daily or weekly attached to signed papers. It is a great way of communication. Notes include statements such as: "I helped a friend, I tried hard, I finished all of my work,... etc."
MissAlaneious
Give Me Five Classroom Management PostersQuick View

Give Me Five Classroom Management Posters

Give Me Five! is a simple way for students to remember what to do when you want their attention. Teach this highly effective strategy at the beginning of the year when you go back to school. You get a set of four posters that are ready to use for " Give Me 5 " classroom management strategy. Print out the design you prefer, sizing to 8x8 or 12x12. I recommend using card stock and laminating for continuous use and durability. Display in the front of your room when you go back to school where it is highly visible and demonstrate what you want students to do when you say, "Give me Five!" Practice often during the year. My students also all respond with "Yes, Ma'am!" or "Yes, Sir!" and raise their hand. The posters remind students to do these five things: 1. Eyes on me. 2. Mouth is silent. 3. Ears are listening. 4. Hands are empty. 5. Body is still. Finally, they must Do it Fast! ©HappyEdugator.
Happyedugator
Classroom Economy Brain Cash for Positive Behavior ManagementQuick View

Classroom Economy Brain Cash for Positive Behavior Management

Do you need a fun, easy, fast way to encourage your students? Learn it to Earn It is an easy to use, ready-made reward economy system that encourages students to meet goals. It’s totally customizable to your students’ needs and level and comes with everything you need to implement it right away. Kids love earning Brain Cash when they show positive behaviors like: trying hard, not giving up, listening, following directions, staying on task, completing homework, birthdays, helping others, being on time, having materials, etc.. This system is great for individual tutoring, classroom use, special education, and homeschooling. It can be used as part of an individual behavior management plan or as a whole classroom economy unit. It is also a great way to tie in math as students keep track of money earned, spent, and needed. I have used this successfully with tutoring students from Kindergarten to 8th grade. What’s included: - 3 Sheets of Brain Cash in 1, 5, 10, 20 - ready to copy, cut and use. In black and white. Copy onto green or colored paper for a fun look. - Instructions for creating Brain Banks to store Brian Cash - Bank book and goal sheet with ideas for use - Brain checks for additional fun - Ideas for incorporating math and behavior goals - 4 reward certificates for extra reinforcement
Tammys-Toolbox
Punch Cards and Incentive Charts Reward Bundle Classroom ManagementQuick View

Punch Cards and Incentive Charts Reward Bundle Classroom Management

Motivate Students To Achieve Specific Goals With These Colorful Punch Cards and Incentive Charts These punch cards feature 10 spaces you can punch out when students accomplish a preset goal. When all 10 have been punched out, students can return the card to you for a reward. Use an unusual punch so they can't punch their own circle. (not that they would) These can be used for behavior, homework, working hard, achieving a skill etc. They can be printed on card stock and cut out. There are 8 cards to a page. This a bundle of 35 reward punch cards. This bundle also contains 12 Incentive Charts with 2 to a page. The list below details the themes. Aloha Camo Kids Ladybug Stars Puppies Apples 3 Bees Camping Christmas Construction Dr Seuss Ecology Fairy Tale Fall Frogs Halloween Hollywood Nautical Pirate 2 President's Day Rock N Roll Star St Patrick's Day Valentines Wizards
Georgeanne
20 Growth Mindset Classroom PostersQuick View

20 Growth Mindset Classroom Posters

20 Unique Poster Designs for your classroom or hallway! Growth Mindset themed posters to encourage students! Also check out the accompanying poster designs, teacher notes, worksheets, and more in the growth mindset bundle! Poster & Banner Messages: "There are no failures, just discoveries." "Everything you don't know is something you can learn." "The more you use your brain, the more brain you'll have to use." "Mistakes are proof that you are trying." "View challenges as opportunities for growth." "Nothing will work unless you do." "Change your words. Change your mindset." "The expert in anything was once a beginner." "All things are difficult, before they are easy." "F.A.I.L - First Attempt in Learning" "There is no substitute for hard work." "Failure is not an ending. Make it a beginning." "Get ready! Get set! Learn!" "I cannot do this YET!" "Every mistake you make is progress!" "Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference." "My super power is I Keep Trying." "Speedy work is not the best. Slow and steady passes the test!" "Choose to challenge yourself. That is how you learn." "Believe in Yourself. Mindset is Everything."
ktdesign
Classroom Labels: Classroom SuppliesQuick View

Classroom Labels: Classroom Supplies

In this set you will find 60 image/word combinations in 2 different formats. The first format is larger, a nice size for flashcards, and the second is smaller, easily used for labeling with the classroom. They are all easy-to-read and great for incorporating into a print-rich classroom. Below are some great ideas for using these labels: •Labeling Classroom Supplies – This can prove helpful in early childhood classrooms, special education classrooms and classroom with students who are learning to speak English. This can be especially helpful to those students who are emergent readers or those who are new to the country and can benefit from the picture support. •Flash Cards – Once students have had an opportunity to become familiar with the cards, the image portion of the larger cards may be folded back, allowing them to be used as flashcards. •Interactive Notebooks – Students can glue the smaller cards into their notebooks, providing them with a reference tool. Another option might be to challenge students to group the cards by type (i.e. writing instruments, adhesives, items that hold items together, etc.).
KnowledgeBoxCentral
Growth Mindset Classroom BannersQuick View

Growth Mindset Classroom Banners

20 Unique Designs of Growth Mindset banners for your classroom or hallway! Full Color and Low Ink Versions Included 2 sizes Included Growth Mindset themed banner for the classroom. Check out the preview to see an example of each of the banner designs. Also check out the accompanying poster designs, teacher notes, worksheets, and more in the growth mindset bundle! Use them all or mix and match the ones you prefer! Laminate them, thread a ribbon through punched holes or staple to a ribbon and hang them to encourage your students! You can mix and match whichever ones you would like to use. Print them 1 or 2 to a page, cut out, laminate and staple to a ribbon to display in your classroom, on a bulletin board or in the hallway.
ktdesign
The Behavior Management Teacher ToolboxQuick View

The Behavior Management Teacher Toolbox

This toolbox provides teachers with 12 strategies on how to manage unruly behavior. It includes 16 bonus tips on how to build relationships, teaching listening skills, dealing with lack of cooperation, defusing power struggles, how to use praise effectively and much more. It is a must for new teachers and veteran teachers will be amazed on how with just some small tweaking in language or attitude can make lasting changes in student behavior. Designed to be used for students K-12. Excellent resource.
JamesHBurns
STEM Posters for the ClassroomQuick View

STEM Posters for the Classroom

STEM Posters for the Classroom includes 12 posters. (Plus, a black and white copy of each one.) Each poster prints in a 8.5x11 size standard sheet of paper. 1 Poster has the STEM acronym and kid pictures that match science, technology, engineering, and math students. There are also the 7 engineering design process words that are in a cute rhyming verse. 4 Posters include a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics topic. Each picture includes 4 words that describe each STEM job. 7 Posters include the engineering design process. Each poster lists a process and 2 or 3 questions about what the student should be thinking when they ask, imagine, plan, create, test, improve, and communicate. Check out the preview for a better look at the 12 posters. Hang these posters in your room to help students remember and think about the process as they solve problems in the classroom. I also made the clip art myself. These are original!
teacherstakeout
Busy Bees Classroom Jobs ChartQuick View

Busy Bees Classroom Jobs Chart

This is a classroom jobs chart in a cute little busy bee theme. The set includes job chart header, 24 different job cards (plus 3 blanks), and student name cards. Jobs include: door holder line leader light monitor office manager paper passer mail carrier table washer teacher's helper chair stacker pencil patrol clean team librarian homework checker weather reporter caboose substitute plant patrol calendar captain computer technician weather reporter lunch count zoo keeper bathroom monitor material manager table captains
FishyTeacher
Life Line Behavior Management SystemQuick View

Life Line Behavior Management System

Check out this fun system that can take your classroom culture to the next level. Holding students accountable in the classroom and ensuring participating, is so important. Providing wait time and secondary wait time pushes students to think and talk. This sytem provides an out, or life line if students don't know the answer. They can either phone a friend, get help from a group, or get support for the teacher. These cards are phsyical and are distributed to each students (3 total) per month. They can be rewarded if they don't use their cards, but alos feel safe not knowing the answer. Directions and templates are included, but please adjust accordingly to fit into your other classroom systems and procedures! Have fun!
myeducationalhotspot
Weekly Behavior Management TrackerQuick View

Weekly Behavior Management Tracker

Check out this amazing behavior tracking form that is meant to be a progress monitoring system that adds to your pre-existing system. This is based off of a simple three color system (red, green, yellow) in which one of the colors is checked for each day. its the ability to create documentation quickly on up to 20 students, this system clearly identifies the color level for each student for 5 days. Fill out one of these a week, and you can start seeing patterns and apply intervention. Additionally, there is a key at the bottom that annotates why the student received a yellow or green such as calling out, missing homework, cheating, and so much more!
myeducationalhotspot
Classroom Labels: Parts Of A HouseQuick View

Classroom Labels: Parts Of A House

In this set you will find 105 image/word combinations in 2 different formats. The first format is larger, a nice size for flashcards, and the second is smaller, easily used for labeling with the classroom. They are all easy-to-read and great for incorporating into a print-rich classroom. Below are some great ideas for using these labels: •Labeling Areas or Centers in Your Classroom – This can prove helpful in early childhood classrooms, special education classrooms and classroom with students who are learning to speak English. This can be especially helpful to those students who are emergent readers or those who are new to the country and can benefit from the picture support. •Flash Cards – Once students have had an opportunity to become familiar with the cards, the image portion of the larger cards may be folded back, allowing them to be used as flashcards. •Interactive Notebooks – Students can glue the smaller cards into their notebooks, providing them with a reference tool. Another option might be to challenge students to group the cards by type (i.e. bedroom, bathroom, indoors, outdoors, appliance, etc.).
KnowledgeBoxCentral