Warning Cards (A Classroom Management Tool!)
*BEST SELLER!*Don't interrupt other students when a student needs a warning. Simply walk over and place this card on their desk and walk away! A silent reminder that they need to correct their behavior before further action in taken.===================================================*COMMENTS FROM P...
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Behavior Binder: ABC Data, Behavior Tracking and Behavior Management Resources
Frequency of behavior data tracking sheet. This is part of a bigger behavior binder that is full of ABC data, behavior tracking, and behavior resources.
Let students pick 4 to 5 (or more!) items from the list to get an idea of what motivates them.I use this in my classroom at the beginning of the year or when students qualify for Special Education services to get a better idea of their likes. It great data to have for IEP time and helps start great ...
Classroom Management Tool: Fill Up the Marble Jar
**NOW EDITABLE-The reward cards are now editable so you can add whatever goals work best for your kiddos! This classroom management tool can be used in many different ways. Students can earn marbles throughout the day to earn different kinds of rewards. I have included 8 different marble amounts...
Fix It Tickets for Classroom Management and Positive Behavior
Before I delve into the details of “Fix-It Tickets,” let me preface them by saying that the most effective classroom management strategy is forming positive relationships with students. Kids naturally behave better when they feel a personal connection to their teacher, and quite simply, when they feel that their teacher likes them. That being said, […]
Classroom Behavior Management Student Notice - Editable
This is a note I send home if my students are misbehaving. The middle portion of the file (the note to the parents and the behaviors) are editable. ...
The one easy change that will make young kids listen to you more
One of the most frustrating things about raising a young child is having a 2 or 3-year-old not listening to anything you say. When my son was a toddler, I found it so hard to deal with this! Luckily, a little change made things a lot easier! Have you ever wondered why young kids just ignore your interdictions? Or why