Classroom Management - Mrs.Shannon's First Grade Class Lunch room behavior system--def need to try!

each table gets a green cup to start with.if they get too loud, they get a yellow cup. there is a special surprise if they keep it together and are quiet!

Good Behavior Competition for Cafeteria  http://www.elementaryschoolcounseling.org/good-behavior-competition.html#

Good Behavior Competition for Cafeteria - could change it to "Sweet Scoops of Success" or "Sweet Success" for a class behavior management plan (compliments for hall walking)

This is a poster of generic cafeteria rules for elementary schools.  It was used along with my Road Work/ Construction theme, but that is not required for this to be an effective tool.Please look through my other items for more cafeteria disciplinary and  organizational tools.

Cafeteria Rules Poster

This is a poster of generic cafeteria rules for elementary schools. It was used along with my Road Work/ Construction theme, but that is not required for this to be an effective tool. Please look through my other items for more cafeteria disciplinary and

Cafeteria Manners (Lunch room rules) Wall sign

Cafeteria Manners Wall sign with editable rules

PBIS Cafeteria Expectations – The Golden Spatula at Goldsmith Elementary

PBIS Cafeteria Expectations = The Golden Spatula Program

Applying PBIS principals to specific areas allows for measurable improvement in those areas. This is how one elementary school improved cafeteria behavior.

Education World: Order in the Cafeteria: Tips for Improving Behavior and Supervision Informative article

According to Fred Jones' Positive Classroom Discipline, The most widespread management technique at home and in the classroom is nag, nag, nag.

Golden Spatula. Whichever class has the best behaved (or cleanest) lunch period gets to carry this golden spatula like a torch for the rest of the school to see.

Golden Spatula Award: Reward for good behavior in cafeteria, emphasizing good character instead of "performance". Spray-paint dollar store spatula, add stars, glitter and ribbon. Great way to acknowledge the quieter students.

Golden Spatula and a FREEBIE! - 2nd Grade Pig Pen

Golden Spatula and a FREEBIE! (2nd Grade Pig Pen)

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

Positive Behavior Intervention Support Video: Cafeteria Behavior Would be great to make some these...with different music though....and perhaps a little more enthusiasm

Positive Behavior Intervention Support Video: Cafeteria Behavior Would be great to make some these.with different music though.and perhaps a little more enthusiasm

{FREE} Whole Class Behavior Posters....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

A FUN, easy visual of POSITIVE classroom behavior! HOW TO USE THESE POSTERS: *You need paper to print these posters out on. *Decide if you want to print the black and white version, or color version of the poster.

Review appropriate lunchroom behavior with this cute and super fun packet! Great for the first weeks of school!

Lookin' Good in the Lunchroom! {A Cafeteria Behavior Packet}

One of the things that I try to focus on a lot during the first few weeks of school is appropriate lunchroom behavior.

Classroom DIY: DIY Golden Spork Award  http://www.classroomdiy.com/2012/09/diy-golden-spork-award.html

DIY Golden Spork Award

Golden Spork Award - A fun way to reward class lunchroom behavior. I LOVE our Golden Spork Award and so do the kids!

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