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Preschool classroom management

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10 Preschool Transitions-- Songs and Chants to Help Your Day Run Smoothly

Preschoolers LOVE music. They enjoy moving, making sounds, and singing! There's something about music that draws them in and points their attention at whoever is making music. A few summers ago, I took a class on

This post is loaded with 30 classroom management ideas for the Kindergarten, primary and elementary classroom!  Classroom management tips and tricks for whole brain teaching, alternative seating, bucket fillers, and so much MORE, including a behavior bingo FREEBIE!

Hey, friends! I'm teaming up with my good friend Elyse from Proud to be Primary to bring you a whole slew of classroom management tips and tricks... plus, a bunch of classroom management freebies! This

Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank

If you're tired of digging into your own pockets to find ways to motivate your students, you need to check out these FREE reward coupons. You can even use the editable option to add your own coupons.

Classroom Management Tips and Tricks for Early Childhood - Pocket of Preschool

PinterestFacebookEmailTwitter Let’s chat about the hardest thing in the classroom. Classroom management. Implementing a behavior management system that has a day-to-day structure and addresses challenging student behaviors is imperative for success. Creating a caring classroom environment with visual supports, classroom routines, intentionally teaching social skills, and effective planning are critical to effective classroom management. Then...Read More

Classroom behavior management for elementary students for the month of November!

Happy November, teacher friends! I love this season so much in the classroom! You can really feel that the breaks are so close and Christmas is in the air! Sometimes, along with that comes the need for more redirection because students can sense it, too. That's when I pull out a classroom behavior management game to get us back on track. The goal of these games is to take students from being extrinsically motivated to intrinsically motivated. I want them to make the right choice because it's…