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Kindergarten behavior

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The Truth About Kindergarten Classroom Management

I'm not a kindergarten classroom management guru. I don't know all of the latest things that are being taught as the 'in' thing to do. But I do know what works in the kindergarten classroom. And I don't believe that you have to shout, resort to using gimmicks constantly or have a prize reward system

Positive Behavior Management with Sticker Cards

I don’t consider myself to be an expert of hardly anything, but there are a few things I can proudly boast about being pretty good at. Tripping on obvious objects and eating carbs is among the top of my talents. Coming in a close Third place is my experience using Sticker Cards as a classroom management and positive behavior incentive. I sincerely believe that the Primary Classroom (especially Kindergarten) should be a place of happiness, fun and even MAGIC. With that being said, I also…

The First Weeks for Kindergarten: The Good, The Bad, The Scary - My Day in K

The back to school dreams have started, my room is almost ready, and summer has come to an end, which can only mean the first day of school is upon us! I wanted to spend some time today talking about all things Kindergarten, especially the first few weeks of school… The Good, The Bad, and...

Student Behavior Goal Setting Kit  — Keeping My Kiddo Busy

How do you encourage positive student behavior in your classroom? I have tried too many behavior systems to count - clip charts, flipping cards, behavior contracts… you name it and I have tried it. What I have found over the years is that no matter what, students genuinely want to do well and

Free Good and Bad Choices Student Sort

Teaching behavior expectations in kindergarten is important, especially in the first few weeks of school. This often sets the stage for your class for the entire year. For students to fully understand what is expected of them, it is important that teachers address and teach these expectation. I usually spend a lot of time during the first weeks of school teaching student expectations and classroom behaviors. We complete sorts of good choices and bad choices in the classroom and discuss what…

How to Have a Quiet Line Ideas and Activities

Do you struggle with how to have a quiet line? Is it hard to get your students to clean up quickly and get in line quietly? Then when you tr...

32 Must-Try Classroom Management Tips

Classroom management is a critical piece of any successful school year. Start the school year off right with these classroom management hacks!

Dealing with Defiance in the Classroom

Defiance, disrespectfulness, kids yelling “NO!” – this is what a teacher’s classroom management nightmares are made of! These days, most teachers may have had one or two defiant children in their class at some point, even all the way … Continue reading →

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Unlock Your Child's Full Potential With Reward Charts for Preschoolers! Ease the stress of managing your children's daily routines, behaviors and chores with these adorable and editable printable chore charts. Guide your kids with these reward charts and watch their success blossom! Get yours now by visiting us at fiverr!
What to do about biting in preschool Why do children bite? How can you deal with their behavior? And most importantly, how can you handle the child bitten (or, yourself, if you’ve been the victim)? To answer these questions, I’ve invited early childhood expert Dr. Carolyn Bobb-Green to teach us how we can deal with bitey kids (and all the consequences that come with their sharp teeth). Head to the blog for more info and to listen to the podcast. #preschool #prek #prekbehavior #earlychildhood
Bring spring into your preschool and kindergarten math centers and literacy centers with this set of a dozen games and hands-on activities. You'll find letter cards, word cards, conversation starter photo cards, a spring graph, b /d sorting, clip cards for counting 2-10, sight word game, even spring incentive / behavior cards. Check this post to sample a free ten frame game from this set!  #prek #prekindergarten #preschool#kindergarten
Learn how these behavior books can help you teach routines and expectations when you go back to school. Teach kindergarten and first grade students behavior expectations for recess, the cafeteria, bathroom, and hallways.