Motivation for the class... Each time they are given a compliment or caught for good behavior a student flips over a letter to revel the
Great way to continue good behavior in the classroom. Each day a new 'secret student' is picked and if they had a good day a letter goes home to their parent about how well they behaved!
Secret Student - pick a student each day to keep a close eye on. During the day say you are checking on your secret student and the class will correct their behavior in case they are the secret student
I think this woud go well with teaching student how to be good citizens as well as students....Great way to establish class behavior expectations at beginning of the year.
A class room art project where each student designs 1 letter. Fun project and a great way to help build unity in a class room.
This is cool
Behavior Management Pencil Stickers - Motivational Sayings and Fun Characters: Your students will be on their best behavior in order to earn these fun and motivational pencil flag stickers. Incorporate them into your behavior management system and award them to students who try their best to follow class rules and be a good student. By Pink Cat Studio
Mystery person incentive- choose a mystery person each day and a good behavior. If the person is successful, tell who it is and they pick a reward for the class.
Frame with glass... dry erase each time you switch the student and compliment. I love this idea! Each kid gets a day to be complimented...way to make them feel special!
For the kiddos
Add rainbow colors each time a child is caught being good. At the end of the week if the child earns all the colors, they get a prize.
for the kids
Love this idea! Would work with little ones at home too :)
Add rainbow colors each time a child is caught being good. At the end of the
for the kids
Student caught being good puts name in a square...when squares are full, roll dice (one letter and one number?) to see who wins a prize...clever!
Behavior management (camping theme). Student who keeps all four marshmallows at the end of the day gets an incentive stamp on their chart. Each time one is taken away, a consequence. could replace the card system.
Behavior BINGO. setting this up THIS WEEK! Large 100 chart for the classroom, class rewards when they get BINGO. Earn 1 sticker for perfect class attendance and no tardies, or for good behavior in the hallway, etc. 2 stickers for a compliment, etc. Teacher keeps # 1-100 in a bucket and draws out when they earn a sticker, so they never know which numbers will be covered yet.
BINGO board. When a kid is doing what he/she is supposed to be doing and I catch him/her, that student then gets to sign his/her name in a box. At the end of the day, I roll a dice for the letter and the number. The student gets a simple reward. - Good Behavior Management!
I do not care what JK said in a recent interview--Ron & Hermione all the way! They compliment each other and have a loving relationship that blossoms over time!
Such a good idea to make for your bffs who have given up time and money to celebrate your big day - could personalize with each girl's faves
DIY and Crafts
I have far too many classes to do this with and my kids wouldnt appreciate it from a student teacher, at least not in class time. But, for those of you with the same class throughout the year and with younger kids, this is a great idea to show them that you appreciate each and every one of them.
30 Student Awards for the end of the year! I created 30 so hopefully each student can be awarded one in your class! Enjoy! :) Contains: Classroom Comedian Award Amazing Artist Award Most Organized Award Little Miss Fashionista Award Good Friend Award Hardest Worker Award.....
Good behavior chart: I find this is the best and most effective way to recognize my girls for good behavior or doing required chores. Any time a catch them using manners, getting ready for bed without asking, being nice to each other, feeding animals etc. I drop a bead in their jar. They can hear the bead if I drop it from a distance so they know instantly that someone did something right. They get $3 when the jar is full. It works wonders
back of each letter. Every time your class has perfect attendance place a letter in the pan. You decide what rewards to give to your class when you complete the word “Perfect Attendance”. At my school, we have rewarded with going to the park across the street (the BIG park), We've had root beer floats, ice-cream parties, movie and popcorn….. Whatever makes it special for your class is great! -Teaching by the Beach
The letter I sent each student home with at the end of last school yea encouraging them to save over summer! It also included a collection sheet, a ziploc bag with a sticker on it that says "I'm saving box tops for St. Charles", a list of participating products and information on obtaining e-boxtops!
This is "a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it won’t be embarrassing for the student but it’s big enough that I can see at a glance who is having trouble with the topic and who is doing fine..I hate nothing more than to have a student get skipped over in daily work time because they seem to be getting the work but then a test/assessment
Classroom art project for school charity auction/Gala.... This was an eighth grade class project...a graduating class! Each student chose their favorite bible verse which is featured below his/her name on this art piece which is loosely set up to resemble a newspaper spread. To the right are a collection of Catholic prayers over which beautiful die-cut crosses were strategically placed. A local framer matted it and framed it beautifully.
Art and Crafts projects
Picasso oil pastel by grAde 6 student. I love this each student was given a photocopy of a Picasso painting to observe and copy. The students did have an artistic license and were able to change things. They all enjoyed this task and all the work was good they then went on to make their own self portrait being inspired by this first piece. Art with Kylie Wickham