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If your class gets a compliment on their behavior from another teacher, they get to put a pom-pom in the glass and they get a class reward when it fills up.

compliment jar, as your class receives compliments in the hall, lunchroom, library, etc. they get to place a colorful cotton ball in the jar. When they fill up the jar they get a class reward. Love this idea to encourage positive behavior

The Privilege Jar - This is an excellent idea for rewarding extremely good behavior and reinforcing that character traits you want to develop. _ I can also imagine a Consequences Jar.  Level of consequences on color coded car. When they need discipline have the child pull a consequences card in the color code that is appropriate for the action

Could this be one of my rewards? They can draw a reward from the jar? The Privilege Jar: Students create privileges! This might help encourage positive behavior when "spring fever" hits!

Laura Candler's classroom management resources. Here you'll find a variety of resources to help you manage instruction in a classroom using active engagement strategies.

TEAM BUILDING FOR FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL - Laura Candler's classroom management resources. Here you'll find a variety of resources to help you manage instruction in a classroom using active engagement strategies.

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This sounds like a great way to work on tattling versus telling the kindergarten classroom using the book: A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

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Walking Ticket - For those kids who need to be active at recess but need a consequence - interesting.Walking Tickets for Behavior Management

Homework checking made easy.  I keep mine on a clipboard.  This is great.  I'm going to set this up for next years' class.

SMILE BREAKS ON YHIS PAGE AND PRAYERS along with---Homework checking made easy. I keep mine on a clipboard. I'm going to set this up for next years' class. I am the worst at checking homework!

Cute positive behavior management idea! positive behavior supports to recognize positive student behavior.

understand motivation These little crafts are "high-fives" that you can give to your students. The positive attention and praise provided by the high-fives can work wonders for students motivation.

STOP card  Reflective behavior response (taken from lost in the wilderness concepts): Stop and sit (S) - freeze and discontinue poor behavior; Think (T) - think about your actions;  Observe (O) - look around at what the class is doing/ supposed to be doing, Plan (P) - what should you plan on doing instead?

Simply place on student desks as you are circulating/teaching. No need to disrupt the whole class by pausing your instruction to redirect one student. If you get a stop card, you have to return it at recess and discuss with teacher.

FREE! Now this is a great PBIS form. This is perfect for those kids who never seem to get recognition.

Positive Office Referral

Positive Office Referral Now this is a great PBIS form. This is perfect for those kids who never seem to get recognition.

Reward coupons for positive behavior management - 25 different student incentives! by cindypatrick10

Reward coupons for positive behavior management - 25 different student incentives! Use with bobcat coupon drawings, and incentives for positive behaviors.

I would need to modify this chart to fit my needs, but I generally like the set up. -C

I like this organization for a behavior chart. It has a nice code at the bottom, too for specific behaviors so I don't have to write it out. LOVE the positive behavior chart part too!

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