Classroom management strategies and ideas for the elementary classroom
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Encourage your students to ask three students before interrupting you with their questions during independent work time.
Chatty class? Blurt beans will save your sanity! Complete directions for how to implement this positive behavior management system in your class tomorrow!
Mskcpotter: Using Chill Out Bottles in the Classroom (calm down sensory bottles)…
Do you have a very difficult class? Do you wonder how you can maximize your teaching time for your students that DO behave? Would you like to minimize "the drama" as you deal with discipline problems, tattletales, meltdowns, & other related interruptions throughout the day so that you can TEACH? Here are a few solutions that should help.
Stop negative behavior in your classroom before it starts by reinforcing your…
DIY classroom management PUNCH IT! board. Such a fun way to motivate your…
Conversation Starters, Turn and Talk, FREEBIE, Miss Jacobs' Little Learners
Principal Principles: Steps Principals Can Take to Help Teachers with Classroom Management
Do your students love GoNoodle as much as mine? Welcome them back to school and get them excited for this year's brain breaks with this FREE GoNoodle bulletin board printable! This completely editable file includes all 25 GoNoodle Champs and the lettering
Smart Classroom Management: How To Handle A Class That Tests You Right From The Get-Go
Amazing idea! Having students put something up on this board at the end of everyday ensures that they're paying attention AND reflecting on what they've learned.
BACK TO SCHOOL Freebie Line Up and Brain Break Chants, Songs and Activities
Absent Folders FREEBIE! Use these folders to store assignments that students need to complete upon returning to school. Great for keeping track of materials.
Tired of managing your students' restroom breaks? Use this chart and some simple ground rules to free yourself from ever hearing, “May I go to the bathroom” again!
A great use for Washi or any kind of tape! Section your reading table so each student has personal space.
Are you a middle school or elementary teacher who is frustrated by lines of students wanting your attention? You are going to want to check out this post containing an easy strategy that both you AND your substitute teachers will love!
Great reminder ... Fifty-four tasks to teach at the beginning of the year!
Student Reflections: This is a basket I leave by my desk. Students leave notes for me related to something they are struggling with, something they are proud of, etc., a great way to form connections with my students and keep in touch! Love!