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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

This file includes two versions of a kid-friendly behavior notice. The behavior notice correlates with the color change system (green, yellow, red, and blue). The first version includes consequences and the second version does not.

Ready for back to school? Use this procedure test to assess student understanding of your classroom management expectations

4 Fun Ways to Ensure Your Classroom Expectations are Met

Could use kahoot game to assess. Ready for back to school? Use this procedure test to assess student understanding of your classroom management expectations

Classroom Management Strategies for Teachers

Classroom Management Mantra: Do's & Don'ts'

the don'ts are ridiculous. Classroom Management Mantra: a good reminder for the teacher. Sometimes you'll get a group of kids who just grind down your nerves; in those situations it's good to remind yourself of these do's and don'ts.

Effectively manage your new middle school or high school classroom by establishing these five classroom routines in the beginning of the year. First week classroom routines for effective classroom management.

CLASSROOM Management: Effectively manage your new middle school or high school classroom by establishing these five classroom routines in the beginning of the year. First week classroom routines for effective classroom management.

A Not So Wimpy Teacher's Behavior Management Manual: Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Goodies and Some Extra FREEBIES!!

Classroom Incident Report Form from: A Not So Wimpy Teacher's Behavior Management Manual: Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Goodies and Some Extra FREEBIES!

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Telling vs. Tatling

Telling Vs. Tattling Activity - Students can sort the examples under the "tell" or "tattle" categories. This activity teaches students the difference between tattling and reporting a real issue to an adult.

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