a pictoral and written expectation chart of classroom behaviors to help reduce frustration in students. It would be great for behavioral management and for students who have behavioral difficulties or disorders to self monitor.
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
I love this idea to always have something for students to work on. Students always work at difference paces so it is important to always have the students engaged so they don't disrupt the rest of the class who is still working.
This reward chart is a token earning system. Students earn class money which can be used to buy rewards. Not only is this rewarding behavior but it teaches students cash flow and saving strategies. This might work best for older students who can handle delayed gratification. 0642
I have Who has numbers 1-20 from Little Miss Teacher on TeachersNotebook.com (5 pages) - This is a fun game for little learners to practice their number recognition, number sequence and number concept skills. This could also be use for small group work, center activities, or even as an activity for students to use if they finish work early.
There is a simple trick that school therapists and teachers use a lot for kids who have trouble sitting still. It is to put some Thera-Band stretched around a chair’s legs so that the student can push on it while sitting in their chair. It can help a child who has to be moving much of the time. The child can push on it with their feet so that they are moving while sitting at their desk doing work.