Bathroom Pass System.  Loves this idea and will definitely be using this in my classroom!

First Grade Fancy: Solve the Bathroom Pass Problem. A magnet on the back to display who was in the bathroom and then a container with a piggybank lid to deposit the stick in when you come back.

When the green sign is posted the students (one at a time) may move their number next to the restroom sign and take the pass and go. If the red sign is posted, then they may not leave the classroom to take a break. (Unless of course it is an emergency.)

Terhune's First Grade Site!: Organization-There is an orange sign that says please wait to go to the restroom unless it is an emergency

Student Where Abouts « Diary Of A Second Grade Teacher

Student Where Abouts

I love this magnet board for student whereabouts. Students are responsible for moving their number when they leave the room. The teacher is then able to know where each student is at all time.

Fluttering Through First Grade: Bathroom Trip Tallies.  They put a tally in the box of their student, classroom #.  An easy way for you to see who is leaving the classroom too often to use the bathroom. Great to show to parents too at conferences.

Bathroom Trip Tallies

Fluttering Through First Grade: Bathroom Trip Tallies. They put a tally in the box of their student, classroom An easy way for you to see who is leaving the classroom too often to use the bathroom. Great to show to parents too at conferences.

"Go passes." Each student has two trips to the bathroom or water per day. Once both of their clips are gone they need to "buy" a pass with the money from their classroom jobs. For every clip that is left at the end if the day they can put a ticket into the treasure box raffle! Easy way to monitor how often they go and keep them in check.

"Go passes." Each student has two trips to the bathroom or water per day. Once both of their clips are gone they need to "buy" a pass with the money from their classroom jobs. For every clip that is left at the end if the day they can put a ticket into th

FREE bathroom visuals for your classroom.

FREE bathroom visuals for your classroom.Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

This is a Bathroom sign out, this is a great way to keep up with who is out of the classroom. 1482

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Bathroom sign out! Melamine plates that can be written on with dry erase marker and then wiped clean when the child returns. pom pom on the dry erase marker for an eraser.

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Substitute Planning

(I thought this said Free and Edible.) Well after a day of subbing you never know! Free and Editable Substitute Cheat Sheet-great for the beginning of the school year!

students sign out when they leave the classroom (I like this better than paper)

Kindergartners Retell Stories With Photo Story

neat idea: students sign out when they leave the classroom; can also have magnetic pictures/words for nurse, bathroom, etc. so students can put it beside their name so you know exactly where they are

Toileting Procedure - Printable Special Needs Autism, Aspergers, ADHD, Dyslexia, Teacher Resources and Activities :: Teacher Resources and Classroom Games :: Teach This

Toileting Procedure - Printable Special Needs: Autism, ADHD, etc. in my book, Toddlers & ADHD (coming March I talk about why toddlers with ADHD are statistically behind in potty training than their peers.

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