Count to five or hold up one finger at a time when the class needs to refocus. Discuss what occurs for each number at the beginning of the school year and eventually the reaction will be automatic.

Give Me Five Behavior Management Posters

This would make a great procedure (Harry Wong). Count to five or hold up one finger at a time when the class needs to refocus. Discuss what occurs for each number at the beginning of the school year and eventually the reaction will be automatic.

classroom management idea

This voice levels poster is used in most preschools during my placesment, I think it is an effective way for teachers to control the voices in the kinder. Child also remember the colors and related voice levels that they should use inside and outside.

Brain Breaks!  My kids definitely need these!! :)

Here are some fun ideas for Brain Breaks! - love the use of popsicle sticks to decide the brain break!

Free! Responsibility Poster

Responsibility Poster

Saw this posted for a classroom, but I think more adults need to take this approach as well. It's pretty pathetic to hear grown people making excuses for their shortcomings. Wake up people!

Class meeting Big Problem, Little Problem  Poster

VIEWING: Big Problem, Little Problem Poster.The kids can relate this problems by pointing out which one fits, this will be useful in my special education class.

Free! Give Me Five Behavior Management Poster Vertical

"Give Me Five" Behavior Management Poster This is the portrait/vertical version of the "Give Me Five" Poster. This is a poster based on the Give Me Five Behavior Management system. Students will refer to the poster to self-regulate their behavior.

ZAP game / basic rules: draw a popsicle stick, do something based on what it says, if you get the ZAP stick they all go back in the jar. could be played a million different ways. this teacher uses it as a "brain break" with movements. many use to reinforce vocab (give definition, use in a sentence, etc). would be great for english or french!

ZAP game / basic rules: draw a popsicle stick, do something based on what it says, if you get the ZAP stick they all go back in the jar.Use as a "brain break" with movements. many use to reinforce vocab (give definition, use in a sentence, etc).

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