Polka Dot Classroom Rules Cards

Polka Dot Behavior System

Polka Dot Classroom Rules Cards could also use as a checklist for individual kids working on specific behavioral issues

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Teach Your Child to Read - Our Class Rules poster that any Kindergarten student, pre-K student, Transitional Kindergarten student can all read! FREEBIE - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

fifth grade classroom rules | Upper Grades Are Awesome: Day Two - Class Rules and Time Capsules

"class rules with student signatures -- first day of school" . this is a good idea. I love the idea of having the kids sign it.

We Teach High School: First days: Rules

LOVE the hashtags. At a middle school level, a lot of them are centered around social media. This is a way to put the "rules" in terms that they can understand

Classroom rules with writing activities for easy classroom management. Chevron themed classroom rules and decor.

Classroom Decor Classroom Rules with Writing Activities

Back-to-School....Already?!

Back-to-School....Already?!

Classroom Rules Activity- Back-to-School Printables - modify for HS English students? What they value most in reading? Why reading is important? Share, etc.

Display your classroom rules with a chalkboard theme with fun pops of color! Included are twelve different classroom rules with a black chalkboard background, white and neon lettering, and fun designs! Keywords: classroom décor, classroom rules, chalkboard theme, chalk classroom, , classroom management, class rules, rule posters, bright classroom, neons, neon classroom, printables, back to school, classroom inspiration

Twelve Chalkboard (With Pops of Color) Posters for Classroom Rules

Display your classroom rules with a chalkboard theme with fun pops of color! Included are twelve different classroom rules with a black chalkboard background, white and neon lettering, and fun designs (Tech Design Fun)

Think sheet. Have the student fill this out when they have broken a classroom rule or hurt the feelings of another student, have the student reflect on their behavior and then fix the situation. I like this because it lets them think of alternatives rather than just apologizing and moving on. It also is a communication to the parents about behavior!!

Think sheet. Have the student fill this out when they have hurt the feelings of another student, reflect on their behavior and then fix the situation.

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