Behavior Management

Behavior Management, Classroom Management, Math, Phonics

4 NEW Ways to Use Popsicle Sticks in the Classroom

Popsicle sticks are an inexpensive classroom tool that can be used so many ways, from pulling student names to art projects, and beyond! Pinterest is FULL of ideas, but I’m excited to share 4 NEW ways to use popsicle sticks in your classroom. Watch my Facebook Live on this topic right here! Materials You’ll Need: This post contains affiliate links.…

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Behavior Management, Classroom Management

3 Simple Ways To Get Your Students Moving

If your classroom is anything like mine, recess is getting shorter and shorter each year and students are getting more and more wiggly. So now, more than ever, teachers need ways to add some much needed movement into their day. Here are 3 simple and effective tips to get your students moving that you can implement tomorrow! Watch my Facebook…

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Behavior Management, Classroom Management, Classroom Organization, Common Core, Math, Phonics, Reading

Morning Work- A Sanity Saver in the Mornings

Ah, morning work. When I was in school, that wasn’t a thing. At least not in my school. We came in and the teacher collected lunch money while we unpacked, sharpened pencils, talked about the Rugrats episode we watched last night etc, etc and then eventually the Pledge of Allegiance would come over the loud speaker, we’d all stand, and…

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Behavior Management, Classroom Management

DIY Tear Away Reward Coupons Freebie

Hi Friends! I wanted to share a cute idea and a freebie to go along with it today! Using rewards that don’t cost money is definitely ideal, especially when teachers are already spending so much money on their classroom. So, reward coupons have become pretty popular. Well, today I’m going to share how you can make your own coupon book…

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Behavior Management, Classroom Management

Motivating Your Students to Make Good Choices

Hi Folks! Long time, no blog! I’ve been crazy busy with everything else in my life, and then realized this morning “Hey, I haven’t blogged in… weeks and weeks! Oops!” So, today I have a quick little post on this Friday. I’d like to share a way to motivate your students to make good choices. My classroom has been a…

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