Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Kindergarten behavior. Get inspired and try out new things.
This spring is presenting new challenges for teachers all across the country. Some of us are getting ready to go back to the classroom for the first time this year. Some of us have been in person all year, but we are about to get new virtual kids. Some of you have been in the ... Read More about Classroom Management and Expectations
Kelly Kreissig saved to Kindergarten science
How do you encourage positive student behavior in your classroom? I have tried too many behavior systems to count - clip charts, flipping cards, behavior contracts… you name it and I have tried it. What I have found over the years is that no matter what, students genuinely want to do well and
shadowdais saved to Toddler
The Behavior Contract We all need one. Adults and students alike. This contract is something I give out at the beginning of the year t...
Beth Alston saved to Behavior Strategies
Glow and grow notes are a classroom management game-changer! You can motivate all of your students to make positive choices to earn a glow note to send home to parents. Parents will love the positive wording of these behavior notes and teachers love how easy they are to use. Get your FREE set of notes when you sign up for our email list and try them today!
Sticker charts for positive behavior support | Sticker chart, School behavior chart, Positive behavi
Sticker charts for positive behavior support. #preschool #behavior #preschoolteacher
Little Deer Engineer saved to Back To School
I don’t consider myself to be an expert of hardly anything, but there are a few things I can proudly boast about being pretty good at. Tripping on obvious objects and eating carbs is among the top of my talents. Coming in a close Third place is my experience using Sticker Cards as a classroom management and positive behavior incentive. I sincerely believe that the Primary Classroom (especially Kindergarten) should be a place of happiness, fun and even MAGIC. With that being said, I also…
Melissa Bryan saved to classroom setup
Hello, teacher friends! I hope you all are enjoying your summer vacation. I have been enjoying spending time with my kids, trying new recipes, pinning freezer meals to make my life easier when school starts in fall, reading some fabulous books, and a little bit of cleaning/organzing (wishing it was more). If you are in ... Read More about Positive Behavior Management for the Classroom
liyana saved to classroom management
What’s going on? Highlighted across all forms of media are stories about the rising numbers of children suffering from a range of mental illness. Alongside this are stories of schools using shaming tactics in the name of behavior management. This is NOT a coincidence. Ironically mental illness and shame have a close relationship. Shame induces fear […]
Sheri Bright saved to Teacher Aids