Student Where Abouts « Diary Of A Second Grade Teacher

Student Where Abouts

I love this magnet board for student whereabouts. Students are responsible for moving their number when they leave the room. The teacher is then able to know where each student is at all time.

Teaching bathroom procedures is sometimes time consuming…you need to remind children to flush, not to forget to use soap, to throw the paper INTO the trash, not next to it. And as a kindergarten teacher you have to do this over and over again throughout the day. But I’ve created these bathroom posters with comprehensive …

Bathroom Posters {Free Printable

Fluttering Through First Grade: Bathroom Trip Tallies.  They put a tally in the box of their student, classroom #.  An easy way for you to see who is leaving the classroom too often to use the bathroom. Great to show to parents too at conferences.

Bathroom Trip Tallies

Fluttering Through First Grade: Bathroom Trip Tallies. They put a tally in the box of their student, classroom An easy way for you to see who is leaving the classroom too often to use the bathroom. Great to show to parents too at conferences.

20 middle school routines and procedures to keep your students on the right track and out of trouble.  Set your classroom up for success! | http://maneuveringthemiddle.com

Must Teach Middle School Routines and Procedures

20 middle school routines and procedures: This list would be good to keep when planning class procedures. I don't think you could do every single one of these, but it would be good to go through and see the ones that will work for the class environment.

Teachers have to deal with bathroom procedures all day, everyday. If your procedures actually work, it will make your school year so much easier!

Teachers have to deal with bathroom procedures all day, everyday. If your procedures actually work, it will make your school year with your grade, grade, or grade students so much easier!

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