The Bathroom Clip - a clean alternative to the germy handheld bathroom pass!  I LOVE this, especially for the upper grades!

The Bathroom Pass: 5th Grade

The Brown-Bag Teacher: Monday Made It – The Bathroom Pass- put on ribbon to go around neck instead of clips

Today's post is a short and sweet one to let you know that I've finally found a workable solution to the bathroom issue! I hate it when stud...

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

The Bathroom Solution: Potty Passes! This post is from a middle school teacher. Wonder if this would work with elementary kids too?

Hall Pass - Print on card stock and put into ID badge holders on coil key chains (both from Walmart). Blank pass at end can be written on with a whiteboard marker and then erased (for students who have to go somewhere else in the building).  These are waterproof (seal the top opening with packing tape or buy self-seal ID badge holders) and kids wear them high up on their arms so they don't get wet/dirty in the bathroom.

Hall Pass - Print on card stock and put into ID badge holders on coil key chains (both from Walmart). Blank pass at end can be written on with a whiteboard marker and then erased (for students who have to go somewhere else in the building). These are wate

Classroom Finds From the Hardware Store | Minds in Bloom - restroom signs turned into restroom passes.

Classroom Finds From the Hardware Store

Minds in Bloom: Classroom Finds From the Hardware Store // i would have so much fun with these. fuck your gender/sex binary essentialism!

All Students Can Shine: July 2013

All Students Can Shine: Bathroom Passes Pass out on Monday. Give plenty of opportunities during the day to use the bathroom at the right times.

Science in the City: Freebie: Can I Use a Pass?

Can I Use a Pass? Printable Freebie For You

Science in the City: Freebie: Can I Use a Pass?Love this visual for kids to have in front of binder; keep it posted everywhere so students can see it.Keep kids in the room!

First Grade Fancy: Solve the Bathroom Pass Problem

First Grade Fancy: Solve the Bathroom Pass Problem. A magnet on the back to display who was in the bathroom and then a container with a piggybank lid to deposit the stick in when you come back.

Your teacher’s face, but giant and yelling “HURRY”: | 26 Hall Passes That Will Make You Laugh Way Harder Than You Should

26 Hall Passes That Will Make You Laugh Way Harder Than You Should

Bathroom sign out board for the classroom. One boy and one girl at a time max. Student writes their name and time on the board and takes the pass. When they come back, they erase their info and rehang the pass.

Bathroom sign out board for the classroom. One boy and one girl at a time max. Student writes their name and time on the board and takes the pass. When they come back, they erase their info and rehang the pass.

Editable punch pass cards are great for classroom management or behavior at home. Use them for bathroom passes, homework completion, classroom jobs, chores, etc.

Editable Punch Pass Cards

Editable punch pass cards are great for classroom management or behavior at home. Use them for bathroom passes, homework completion, classroom jobs, chores, etc. Could also be adapted to FL classroom "Yo hablo español" ticket

How to Use a Bathroom Pass Procedure to Minimize Classroom Disruptions

How to Use a Bathroom Pass Procedure to Minimize Classroom Disruptions

Freebie hand sanitizer bathroom pass printable - just print, cut and tape on hand sanitizers.  An easy project to do over the summer or for parents at back to school!

Freebie hand sanitizer bathroom pass printable - just print, cut and tape on hand sanitizers. An easy project to do over the summer or for parents at back to school!

One of the teachers I work with suggested this idea at our first faculty meeting this year and I thought it was so smart!  When kids are pulled for speech, OT, reading groups, etc., they put the cup on their desk  to say they are out of the room.  It makes it easy to glance around the room and see who has been pulled.

"I'm out of the room" cup -- when kids are pulled for speech, OT, reading groups, etc., they put the cup on their desk to say they are out of the room. It makes it easy to glance around the room and see who has been pulled.

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