Minds in Bloom: The Power of Random Reward in Your Classroom

The Power of Random Reward in Your Classroom

Find out how Random Reward can be a powerful motivator in your classroom management strategy. Probably would use reward cards for this like extra computer time, sitting at the teacher's desk, listening to music while you work, etc.

Fluttering Through First Grade: The Domino Effect "Can I get a drink?" How to avoid.

Water Bottles in the Classroom

Soap and brushes can't reach all the nooks and crannies, use a lot of water, and what a bugger to get all the suds out so you don't drink soap! There's a better way - clean rinsing Bottle Bright.

Punch or Stamp Cards for Class Management

Punch or Stamp Cards for Class Management

Do you have kids who are constantly shouting out answers? Or some who distract others and yes even, themselves! Punch cards encourage kids to de.

This free sheet, inspired by the Nurtured Heart approach, provides readily available words and phrases for teachers to use with students. I created this for my classroom so that I will remember to give specific praise and feedback for all of the times my students are doing great things!

This free sheet, inspired by the Nurtured Heart approach, provides readily available words and phrases for teachers to use with students.

Reward Scratch Offs

Reward Scratch Offs (For The Love of Teaching Math)

3 before me by rena

"Wheel of Choices" is designed to give students appropriate options in their struggles with others. Whenever they can, students should try three of these choices before approaching an adult with an issue. I think I could use this wheel myself tho!

4 Behavior Management Questions Idea-print on cardstock (index card size or smaller) then laminate.  Place on student desk as you walk by monitoring the class.  No need to speak.  Give the student a chance to self correct the behavior.

Behavior Management

4 Behavior Management Questions Idea-print on cardstock (index card size or smaller) then laminate. Place on student desk as you walk by monitoring the class. No need to speak. Give the student a chance to self correct the behavior.

I love the specific choices... Would be quick but give parents good info!  I would have to simplify it by a lot for Kindergarten :)

Student Friendly Behavior Notice for Classroom Management

Student Friendly Behavior Notice for Classroom Management. This helps the student understand what behavior wasn't acceptable and why.

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very cute and unique attention grabbers- I especially like, "Tootsie roll, lollipop. We've been talking. I got them from a colleague the kids love them!

... activity for helping students get to know the others in the classroom , Get-To-Know-You Activities & Beautiful New Teacher Binder!, Back...

Ten Back to School Activities to Welcome Your Class and Break the Ice , First Day of School Activity Packet, first day of school student res.

Great behavior log... Lordy, I could always use a good one of these!

I like the idea of a behavior log to send home for students who need a behavior plan. Would have to modify this for a middle school student though

$1.99 Based on our best-selling book, You Can Handle Them All, this is the perfect app for any educator or parent who’s struggling to manage a student’s or child’s inappropriate behavior!

You Can Handle Them All app--breaks student behavior down by category (the blurter, the bully, the class clown) and gives you quick interventions to handle the inappropriate behaviors.

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