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Sanity Savers: Managing Energized Classroom Behavior

1-2-3 Come Do Some Simple Behavior Management Activities With Me No matter what grade I taught I always saw a change in behavior the last week of November, particularly if we had a dusting of snow on the ground. Children were even more energized and chatty. You could feel an excitement in the air. Attention spans became shorter, while the need to wiggle increased. Not one to squelch excitement, I wanted to transfer that energy into enthusiasm for wanting to behave appropriately. With that in…


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