School Discipline

Collection by Jaymi Chambless

Jaymi Chambless
Checklist of procedures for the beginning of school. When you look at this list, it's no wonder it seems like it takes forever to get around to teaching content!

Procedures, Procedures

The one thing I *HATE* about the first few weeks of school is that kids don't know how things operate in my classroom. It sounds all bad and bossy, but man! It all

next year...

Student Friendly Behavior Notice for Classroom Management

This file includes SIX versions of a kid-friendly behavior notice. The first version correlates with the color change system (green, yellow, red, and blue) with consequences included. This version uses the language respectful, responsible, and cooperative choices. The second version correlates with...

Need a quote for an assignment, newsletter, or inspiration? Check out this site that has quotes chosen especially for the classroom - nothing inappropriate or irrelevant. Makes it way easier to find the quote YOU need.

"Quotes" for Teachers

Famous Quotes to Inspire and Motivate your Students!

This was a great article on helping kids understand what it means to be disrespectful.

How To Handle Disrespectful Students Who Don't Know They're Being Disrespectful

A student points their finger inches from your face and teasingly says, “I'm mad at you. That homework last night was hard!” Or . . . A student raises their hand and commands you to “Tell John to stop bothering me.” In either case you're uncomfortable with the way you've been addressed. It's given you

Classroom Management Strategies | 25 classroom management strategies to get silence from a noisy group of students


If you struggle to get your students’ attention during lessons I've put together a nifty collection of ideas which may help. This sample of classroo

Ms. Kerri and her Krazy Kindergarten: Classroom Management 10 Pin Party

Classroom Management 10 Pin Party |

teaching tips, activities, and resources for early elementary classroom, technology, reading and books, toddler activities, christian teacher

Great collection of classroom cheers. Nothing too fancy, just quick and simple to keep the momentum going in the classroom! LOVE IT

Classroom Organization - Part 2

I have been reading some really great blogs this week. I was very interested in teacher blogging do's and don'ts on the TeacherWife Blog. I know I really shouldn't post more than once a day but I couldn't help it :) Here's another tip that I promised I would post. I needed to make sure that I do Brain Breaks with my students so that I could make the most of their short attention spans. I've seen teachers use brain break sticks and was inspired to make cards on a ring that I could carry with…

Examples of how we react vs. respond to our kids. This is awesome parenting advice for curating your words!

Do You React or Respond to Your Kids?

Examples of how we react vs. respond to our kids. This is awesome parenting advice for curating your words!

Great idea!

Monday Made-It: No Name Clip Board & Currently: July

I am so excited to be back linking up with Tara's Monday Made-It! This week, I have this to show off: The "No Name" Clip Board! I was inspired by this picture floating around Pinterest (I'm sure you have, too!): It comes from Mrs. Brown and her blog, Mrs. Brown's Blog. I thought it was the perfect way to address those papers that have no owner and cut down on my searching for him/her! My daughter and I braved the nasty heat to walk to Hobby Lobby (yes, I am close enough to walk, and yes, it…

Notes, Reminders, and Notices for Parents

Notes, Reminders, and Notices for Parents

Sometimes you just need a quick form, note, reminder or notices to send home. This pack includes the most frequently used forms I send home to my parents. It includes: * An OOPS! homework notice- for students who forgot their homework * A behavior notice with a checklist of what behaviors occurred...