Do you have the kid on the cover in your class? I've met him many times. This is a set of social narratives for providing expectations, perspective, and coping strategies for the classroom routines of raising hands to talk, lining up and walking quietly
This product can be used on its own independent from any other resource or in conjunction with any behavior/social/self-regulation curriculum (Zones of Regulation™️, PBIS™️, SEL™️, How Does Your Engine Run™️) and/or as strategies for students with sensory processing difficulties such as ASD
Most important classroom management strategy: Don’t start with a consequence: Follow the least invasive approach to address off-task behavior: Pause; Make eye contact; Give a whole class anonymous correction or positive reminder; Tap the student’s desk Say student’s name (non-aggressive tone); THEN privately tell the student to change a specific behavior or there will be a consequence; THEN (an only then) give a consequence PRIVATELY.
the student gets to wear the tag they earn as a necklace for the rest of the days. braggers talk about what they did and truth tellers show what they did
Every teacher has felt the frustration of a student who shouts out in the middle of class, disrupting your lesson, getting students off task, and driving you bananas. Here are 15 effective strategies to help you control those students, and a free reflective worksheet that will help that student stop blurting out.
Your students will love learning facts about Australian animals and practicing sight words, with Australian Animals Sentence Picture Match! This complete literacy center includes 18 picture cards and sentences for students to read and match, as well as 2