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Classroom Bingo for the Win! Students choose a goal (ex. lining up quietly) and draw a BINGO number when they reach the goal, students will draw a BINGO number. Class celebrates once they BINGO.

Classroom Bingo for the Win! Students choose a goal (ex. lining up quietly) and draw a BINGO number when they reach the goal, students will draw a BINGO number. Class celebrates once they BINGO.

When you catch a student being good, they put their name in a box... at the end of the day roll dice and whoever has their name in that box gets a prize.

Behavior Management idea- When a kid is doing what he/she is supposed to be doing and I catch him/he that student then gets to sign his/her name in a box. At the end of the day, I roll a dice for the letter and the number. The student gets a reward.

behavior management tool. Instead of putting stickers on their hands, Kids collect their stickers in a book and then "cash" in their stickers for rewards.

An Apple For The Teacher: Stickers - I like this idea. Instead of putting stickers on students give them a small notebook for them to collect their stickers. I can see creating a rewards system around this

Swipe a marker along the bottom pages of the book.  That way, when the books are piled inside their desks, they can see the colors!  Say something like, "Please take out your Grammar Green book!"  It really does help, and it makes transitions quicker and easier!  And after a few weeks, my kiddos will be telling me which book is which! :)

With having so many workbooks inside desks, I just swipe a fat Mr. Sketch marker along the bottom pages of the book. That way, when the books are piled inside their desks, they can see the colors! "Please take out your Grammar Green book!

Homework checking made easy.  I keep mine on a clipboard.  This is great.  I'm going to set this up for next years' class.

SMILE BREAKS ON YHIS PAGE AND PRAYERS along with---Homework checking made easy. I keep mine on a clipboard. I'm going to set this up for next years' class. I am the worst at checking homework!

Stop Cards Freebie! Print, cut out, and laminate. Give to students during class when catching them not following rules instead of constantly yelling. PERFECT for preschool!

Copy 10 of these, laminate, cut out, carry some in your pocket. If a student is off task or disrupting, lay one on the desk. Later the student should return it to you with an explanation or a promise. Such an easy re-direct.

FREE! Now this is a great PBIS form. This is perfect for those kids who never seem to get recognition.

Positive Office Referral

Positive Office Referral Now this is a great PBIS form. This is perfect for those kids who never seem to get recognition.

Gem Jar. This is a classroom management idea used to reward whole class behavior. Have a cut out of a jar taped to whiteboard. There are also a bunch of magnetic gems. When the class WOW's teacher-add a gem to the class jar. When class follows rules, displays good character, add a gem, then when filled, let them vote on their class reward. Extra Recess, Movie on Friday, Popcorn, etc

reward whole class behavior. I have a cut out of a jar taped to my whiteboard. There are also a bunch of magnetic gems. When the class WOW's me, I add a gem to the class jar. When the class fills the whole jar, I let them vote on their class reward.

How to Teach Your Students How to CHECK THEIR WORK (with a freebie!)

How to Teach Your Students How to CHECK THEIR WORK (Who's Who and Who's New)

The Thinker Builder: how to teach your students to check their work. I like the different levels of checking.

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