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Classroom Management

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Classroom Management: Let's TACO 'Bout It

#thankyouheroesEquip your students with tools to help manage their anger! The "TACO" 'Bout It strategy gives students steps to take when their emotions are getting the best of them. T: Take 3 deep breathsA: Ask for help from a teacher or friendC: Choose calm wordsO: Overcome the obstacle This pack i...

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EDITABLE Quiet Critters Labels by Relief Teaching Ideas | Teachers Pay Teachers

Quiet Critters:Quiet Critters live in a soundproof jar and only come out when it's quiet! Loud noises hurt their ears, but whispering is ok. They love to sit on students' desks to watch and learn from the students. They don't mind being patted but they get scared if anyone picks them up or tries to ...

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Digital Beat the Teacher

Beat the Teacher games are a great way to encourage positive behavior in the classroom. Here are a few digital beat the teacher versions that will allow you to incorporate these beat the teacher games into your virtual classrooms or brick-and-mortar classrooms. In a virtual classroom, simply share y...

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How To Use Simple Behavior Notes To Improve Your Classroom Management

Learn how two little behavior note templates can be a complete classroom management game-changer. Glow and Grow Behavior Notes are a simple and highly effective behavior management strategy for kindergarten and beyond. Parents will love getting

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50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

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

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Consequences That Teach Better Behavior (Instead of Punish)

This post is full of my ideas for effective consequences that actually teach BETTER BEHAVIOR than simply punish a child for a discipline problem!

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Winning Over Parents - Hillary's Teaching Adventures

Honesty time. I was terrible at parent communication when I first started teaching. Like, I avoided it at all cost. I was terrified of parents and did not want to talk to them. I think that isn’t really a strange response as a first year teacher, but it did not work well for me. The […]

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