When all else fails, spray Quiet Spray into the air! | 27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

The Lemonade Stand: classroom management. You spray the ROOM to signal children to get quiet. Or you can just leave the bottle empty. Mine love the mist in the air. It is so funny! {I do not condone spraying a child!

FlapJack Educational Resources: ClassDoJo 100 Points Club - Are you using ClassDoJo? Here's an easy, inexpensive way to motivate your students with their little precious monsters.

FlapJack Educational Resources: ClassDoJo 100 Points Club - Are you using ClassDoJo? Here's an easy, inexpensive way to motivate your students with their little precious monsters. Love our class dojo

Love this! Other ideas: zuckeman's farm, sodor, toyland, From (mostly pixar) movies: paradise falls, radiator springs, Andy's room, andalasia, the drop-off, monstropolis, metroville, game central station

An invitation to adventure! I’d add Pumpkin House, Mrs Piggy Wiggle’s Farm, Toad Hall, etc to personalize a reading space. This would be a great decoration for a reading nook or a library.

Pay attention, please... 27 things to do with students who are not paying attention.

Pay attention, please…

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.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Voice Levels

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.


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