Ann White
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First day of school refrigerator magnet gift for students.would do last day as well so parents can have a comparison!

This type of chart is helpful for each segment of the day starting with Morning Meeting to Closing Meeting.  For younger kids it also helps to have pictures attached so that expectations are clearly visible.  For groups with short attention spans you can start with the teacher side already completed and build from there.

I LOVE this! First Day of School activity - Students' Job & Teacher's Job--I do this similar activity each year except I do 4 squares. Teacher job is/teacher job is not, student job is/student job is not

What do your students wish you knew about them?  Give them an easy way to tell you with this back to school student-generated "cheat sheet" for 7th graders.

What do your students wish you knew about them? Give them an easy way to tell you with this back to school student-generated "cheat sheet"

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | ‘Our Vision For the New School Year’

Visions of Summer. Students draw a picture of a summer scene in their decorated sunglasses!-maybe their visions or goals for themselves for the summer learning academy!

The voice level chart will give the student awareness of the proper voice levels when they are doing different assignments. It ensures the child that they don't have to necessary be quiet all the time but there are times to be quiet and times to talk! 8963

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.

strike 3 chart with spaces to jot down concerns and consequences

A strike 3 chart can help me track student behavior. It will also allow the student to see how many strikes they have left before the teacher takes a final action.