{Free} Groups Anchor Chart to help students understand expectations when working with groups.

First Week in First Grade: Expectations and Anchor Charts Students began working in partners (and groups) this week. This poster was a perfect reminder for them on the expectations of working with classmates.

GROUPS Acronym for group expectations!  Free poster!

GROUPS Acronym

GROUPS Acronym Poster for Classroom Management. The "Original" GROUPS Poster! I might implement this classroom management idea!

Cute sign for the classroom- have to pay for this one but could make your own. Blogger is a second grade teacher, lots of fun stuff!

I think it's important to have classroom rules and expectations up around the classroom so the students have reminders about acceptable behavior. I would probably hang this by a group work area in a classroom for a younger grade.

Do you love getting your kids into cooperative groups, but hate when groups just don't get the job done? Get your groups in shape with the GROUPS Expectations Bundle!

GROUP Expectations Bundle

**Already marked down for the Back to School Sale!** Do you love getting your kids into cooperative groups, but hate when groups just don't get the job done? Get your groups in shape with the GROUPS Expectations Bundle!

Teacher of Scholars: Anchor Chart Preview and Math Strategies.  This is great!  I really want my students to be successful in small groups and this will definitely help me teach them.

This is another example of a anchor chart that shows group work expectations. I really want my students to be successful in small groups and this will definitely help me teach them.

Small group rules

A Twist on the 100's Chart :: Freebie

The GROUPS acronym poster for how students should act while doing group work is a great way for students to self monitor if they are doing a good job with their group work.

Colorful Cooperative Learning Poster

Colorful Cooperative Learning Poster

Colorful Cooperative Learning Poster- Having posters around the classroom to help students remember ways to work together will help build community and establish expectations.

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