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"Go passes." Each student has two trips to the bathroom or water per day. Once both of their clips are gone they need to "buy" a pass with the money from their classroom jobs. For every clip that is left at the end if the day they can put a ticket into the treasure box raffle! Easy way to monitor how often they go and keep them in check.

"Go passes." Each student has two trips to the bathroom or water per day. Once both of their clips are gone they need to "buy" a pass with the money from their classroom jobs. For every clip that is left at the end if the day they can put a ticket into th

Over the years I have found that students like to abuse the privileged of having a bathroom pass available in the classroom. Amazingly they ...

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.

Are you tired of spending money on your treasure box? Brag tags may be your answer! Brag tags have improved my classroom management by providing the students with opportunities to go above and beyond my classroom expectations. Brag tags provided reinforce positive behavior and choices. They are motivating and the kids work hard for them!

No more treasure box

Brag tags will change the culture of your classroom. By promoting, rewarding, and encouraging positive behavior you will see an increase in your students' efforts on both a academic and social level. This post provides links to 15 different sets of brag t

7 Reasons why this teacher uses a Behavior Notebook for classroom management and documentation. Detailed explanation and FREE Printable.

A behavior notebook is a whole-class management technique for recording classroom misbehavior that integrates student reflection & .

Primary Possibilities: Positive Behavior Rewards

Primary Possibilities: Positive Behavior Rewards SECRET STUDENT--so much fun, Love this idea! If the secret student has done well then all get a positive reward. All have to work hard just incase it's them.

Great tips for using Table Captains in the classroom!

Each day a new table captain will be assigned. This is a good way to teach leadership to students. In my classroom, the table captain will be responsible for distributing papers, making sure the table is prepared and anything else that I may decide.

Ticket out the door chart Ask students a question and they post their answers on their student number Good for formative assessment

Make and put on the door - Teach-A-Roo: Ticket Out the Door! This can be used as an exit ticket. You could put critical thinking or math on the door. This gives the students something to do when waiting at the door.

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

When students ask a question no one in the class knows (including myself), they can put it up on the Google Board. Students can bring back a written answer to one of the questions of their choice each week for extra credit, or whatever incentive you choose. They get really excited when a question comes up that they can put on the board and find out the answer to later...

When a student asks a question no one knows the answer to, including the teacher, the question will go up on this board. Students can bring back a written answer to one of the questions of their choice each week for extra credit.

I love organized classrooms!

Love the idea. I would have to go with plain white shelves, and primary colored baskets for a playroom or white shelves and black/silver baskets for a craft room.

Routines: I really like this idea for establishing weekly classroom routines. Each student puts a popsicle stick with their name on it in the pouch for whichever job they want, and the teacher selects one at random to complete the job for the week. Using newspaper clips as the background for the "help wanted" theme helps make the routines seem more authentic, leading to engaged students and increased motivation in the classroom.

Help Wanted bulletin board. Pockets with classroom job descriptions. Write student names on craft sticks and place them in appropriate pocket. Fun and easy way to switch up student jobs throughout the year.

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