Pinterest
Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels

Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels

Grade Thoughts: Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels I like "spy talk" instead of whisper or six inch voice.

Totally Terrific in Texas: Sound Check & Body Check Charts I like the sound check part instead of voice level.

Totally Terrific in Texas: Sound Check & Body Check Charts I like the sound check part instead of voice level.

ENTIRE Child Development/Care course is here in the scroll down menu under find model curriculum

ENTIRE Child Development/Care course is here in the scroll down menu under find model curriculum

Parent Communication Log- Don't really need one this elementary, but my goal this year is to contact every parent at least once per semester... especially for the students who are doing great or are showing improvement! (:

Parent Communication Log- Don't really need one this elementary, but my goal this year is to contact every parent at least once per semester... especially for the students who are doing great or are showing improvement! (:

Even after 15 years of teaching first grade, we are constantly rethinking our behavior management system. What may have worked last year, d...

Stick to Good Behavior: Sticker Board Classroom Management Motivator

Even after 15 years of teaching first grade, we are constantly rethinking our behavior management system. What may have worked last year, d...

“I Can” Common Core!  This shows exactly what they need to know for all grades! Perfect to give to parents!

"I Can" Common Core Standards K - 6

“I Can” Common Core! This shows exactly what they need to know for all grades! Perfect to give to parents!

Hole punch for participation or outstanding contributions to discussions, questions asked if classmates, etc.

Hole punch for participation or outstanding contributions to discussions, questions asked if classmates, etc.

This informing vs. tattling poster is great to hang in an elementary classroom. Tattling is a big issue with the younger grades, so having this poster hung up in the classroom will give the students a chance to look at it before tattling the teacher or another student will hopefully cut down on tattling a bit! -Megan Gawronski

This informing vs. tattling poster is great to hang in an elementary classroom. Tattling is a big issue with the younger grades, so having this poster hung up in the classroom will give the students a chance to look at it before tattling the teacher or another student will hopefully cut down on tattling a bit! -Megan Gawronski