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Teaching In The Fast Lane: 50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing - behavior management Student Rewards, Student Teaching, Whole Class Rewards, Class Dojo Rewards, Class Incentives, Class Reward System, Middle School Incentives, Middle School Management, Center Management

Teaching in the Fast Lane - Teaching in the Fast Lane

Upper elementary classroom tips and ideas with a focus on classroom management, student engagement, & cooperative learning.

Teaching kids respect - 5 Fun Activities To Help Your Girls Earn The Respect Authority Petal – Teaching kids respect Teaching Kids Respect, Teaching Resources, Teaching Kindness, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Behavior, School Classroom, Classroom Rules, Classroom Setting, Classroom Charter

What Does Respect Look Like Chart

Here is a handy, helpful What Does Respect look Like Chart that would be great for the Classroom or for Home School.

Teaching a PBIS school, we focus on positivity and creating structures where student choices are celebrated. We love focusing on the gains students (and staff) and I am always impressed that of the time it works! Students have individual goals, group Whole Class Rewards, Student Rewards, Behavior Rewards, Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management, Behavior Plans, Behavior Charts, Classroom Behaviour, Student Attendance

20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food - The Brown Bag Teacher

20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food - Perfect for goal setting and PBIS schools. I LOVE idea #7!

Manners in the Lunchroom (Way to Be! Manners) by Amanda Doering Tourville 1st Day Of School, Beginning Of The School Year, School Fun, Back To School, School Stuff, School Starts, Classroom Behavior, School Classroom, Classroom Management

Kindergarten Rules and Routines: Lunch

Teaching School Routines is Essential! The first few days weeks of school, I go over every single routine I can think of and explicitly teach students the expectationsregarding those routines. Never take anything for granted!! Trust me--if you just assume that five-year olds know how to sit at a cafeteria table with 20 or so of their new friends and quietly eat their lunches--you're going to end up with 20 or so kids running around the cafeteria with chicken nuggets in their pockets and…

"RESPECT looks like." School Setting Posters Six posters defining respectful… Cafeteria Behavior, Classroom Behavior, Pbis School, School Counselor, Behavior Management, Classroom Management, School Lunchroom, Positive Behavior Support, Behavior Interventions

RESPECT looks like... School Setting Posters

I designed these six colorful posters to place in a classroom or around the school to let students know exactly what adults mean when we ask them to be "respectful." Each poster articulates the expected behaviors in one of six different school settings: classroom hallways cafeteria playground b...

PBIS Coupons for Individual Students .what about VIP seating for cafeteria Student Rewards, Behavior Incentives, Classroom Rewards, Classroom Behavior Management, Classroom Ideas, Student Behavior, Cafeteria Behavior, Pbis School, School Discipline

PBIS Reward Coupons for Individual Students

Tired of giving students candy as a reward? PBIS school? These coupons are perfect incentives for your students! From "VIP Seating" to "Cool Cat in the Hat" all students will find atleast one out of the nine coupons. Print on colored paper and laminate for use over and over again!

A quick crash course in cafeteria etiquette for kids Nutrition Education, Kids Nutrition, Cheese Nutrition, Nutrition Shakes, Nutrition Program, Cafeteria Behavior, School Cafeteria Decorations, Cafeteria Bulletin Boards, School Lunchroom

A quick crash course in cafeteria etiquette for kids

Worried about sending your child to school with lackluster table manners? Here are a few tips for improving your kid's cafeteria etiquette.

Grade Pig Pen: Golden Spatula and a FREEBIE! This is a great idea for cafeteria behavior management!

2nd Grade Pig Pen

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Great ideas for setting cafeteria expectations during the first week of Kindergarten! Classroom Procedures, Classroom Behavior, School Classroom, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Behavior Management, Classroom Ideas, 1st Day Of School, Beginning Of The School Year

Kindergarten Rules and Routines: Lunch

Teaching School Routines is Essential! The first few days weeks of school, I go over every single routine I can think of and explicitly teach students the expectationsregarding those routines. Never take anything for granted!! Trust me--if you just assume that five-year olds know how to sit at a cafeteria table with 20 or so of their new friends and quietly eat their lunches--you're going to end up with 20 or so kids running around the cafeteria with chicken nuggets in their pockets and…

CAUGHT BEING GOOD! Rainbow Fish positive behavior bulletin board. We are using these in our school-wide positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) program as part of our 200 Club incentives. I finally finished them! The scales are made from card stock. I folded each piece in half twice and cut the scale shape so they would be roughly the same size and we could attach the Positive Paw Tickets right to the scales. Behavior Bulletin Boards, Fish Bulletin Boards, Elementary School Counselor, Caught Being Good, School Wide Themes, Behavior Management System, Positive Behavior Support, Behavior Incentives, Kids

CAUGHT BEING GOOD! Rainbow Fish positive behavior bulletin board. We are using these in our school-wide positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) program as part of our 200 Club incentives. I finally finished them! The scales are made from card stock. I folded each piece in half twice and cut the scale shape so they would be roughly the same size and we could attach the Positive Paw Tickets right to the scales.

With the back to school season quickly approaching, I wanted to put together a quick packet to help me organize my thoughts on some of the things I will need to do/teach at the beginning of the yea… Cafeteria Behavior, Student Behavior, Classroom Behavior, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, School Leadership, Beginning Of The School Year, First Day Of School, Kids

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Setting Up Procedures At The Beginning Of The School Year...the "five person rule" of who you can talk to in the cafeteria

CHAMPS posters for hall, bathroom and cafeteria. Behavior Management, Champs Charts, Cafeteria Behavior, Champs Behavior, Champs Posters, First Day Of School Activities, Behaviour Chart, School Classroom, School

CHAMPS Behavior and Expectations Chart, Cafeteria

CHAMPS is a wonderful classroom management tool that leaves the students with no questions as to how they should be behaving. Each letter stands for a different facet of the expectations of the classroom and/or the assignment. C (Communication)-- How loud the student may speak; H (Help)-- How the st...