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DIY: Scratch Off Party Invitation idea. This fun tutorial will show you how to make scratch off cards for invitations, party games, etc. Craft and DIY projects Fun Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Paper Crafts, Kids Diy, Holiday Crafts, Scratch Off Cards, Scratch Off Tickets, Little Presents, Lottery Tickets

How to make a scratch off lottery ticket?

You probably know the scratch off lottery tickets? Ever wondered how to make them? Well, they are very fun & easy to make. I used to make gr...

all things simple: halloween fun: magical monster slime. Really a fun craft for any holiday slime is appropriate. Theme Halloween, Holidays Halloween, Halloween Crafts, Holiday Crafts, Holiday Fun, Fun Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Halloween Makeup, Magic Crafts

halloween fun: magical monster slime

There are a variety of recipes floating around Pinterest for Slime or Gak. My boys loved the stuff when they were younger. They probably sti...

Parenting or Classroom Idea! Positive reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in every time you catch your child being good. This is exactly what I need instead of focusing on the bad. Education Positive, Positive Behavior, Positive Reinforcement, Classroom Behavior, Future Classroom, Behaviour Management, Classroom Management, A Brilliant Mind, My Little Kids

"Caught Ya"- Positive Reinforcement

Being a guest blogger has to be one of my favorite things to do...I really enjoy sharing my blog with others and I have found so many great blogs this way as well. Even though I love being a guest blogger I tend to get a little anxious...I mean who doesn't get a little nervous posting something out there for people to see? On my own blog I am nervous enough...but when it's someone else's it has to be perfect! So here is to hoping my little post is perfect ;) Today I want to share one of the…

21 creative consequences for disobedient children. When you have a strong-willed child these are the tips you crave! - Pinning now just in case my kids are terrible. Lila Baby, Formation Continue, Strong Willed Child, My Bebe, Parenting Advice, Parenting Classes, Parenting Quotes, Raising Kids, In Kindergarten

21 Creative Consequences - iMom

Author and mom, Lisa Whelchel, shares some of the creative consequences she’s come up with to help her with disciplining her children.

I think I need to make a settle down jar.done in such a pretty, gentle way: The Settle Down Jar: tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom. Settle Down Jar, Calming Jar, Activities For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Jar Crafts, Education Positive, E Mc2, In Kindergarten, Kindergarten Graduation

The Settle Down Jar: tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom.

00 Think Sheet – Classroom Management Have students write on this “Think Sheet” as they think about their behavior. It's a great way to calm down class conflicts before talking about the situation at hand. Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management, Classroom Consequences, Classroom Behaviour, Classroom Discipline, Student Behavior, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Decor

Think Sheet - Classroom Management

Hold your students accountable for their choices! This 'Think Sheet' allows your students to reflect on their behavior and come up with alternative choices. Space provided for a parent signature to keep parents in the loop about their child's behavior! Great to keep on file - refer back to these ...

Makes me want a smart board. I want a Smart Board! app - hook up to smart board for visual for students so they can manage their noise levels themselves Classroom Behavior, Music Classroom, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Environment, Classroom Ideas, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Classroom Organization

Teachers Have Sensory Needs Too

Being an Avoider does not stop at childhood. These sensory processing patterns tend to stay with us throughout life. Hopefully the more ...

Positive Behavior Management and Classroom Management Strategies for Teachers Kindergarten Classroom, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Organization And Management, Classroom Organization, Too Cool For School, School Fun, School Ideas

Growing Kinders

I would love to hear from any of you that tried my “Mystery Person” idea! Did it work? Were your kiddos excited about it? Nothing like a little bribery to keep them behaving right? Helps us keep our sanity in these cold winter months! Here is the picture as promised of my mystery person can: This is my lucky duck can: I secretly pick a name (or 2) from the lucky duck can and put in in the mystery person can. They love that I am being sooo sneaky And the power pellets jar! I think I bought…

Golden Ticket: Hide in Seldom-Read Library or Classroom Books FUN! Freebie from TPT!hide these in rarely-read library or classroom books to offer a surprise to the reader! Reading Library, Reading Workshop, Library Books, Library Ideas, Library Book Displays, Read Books, Library Organization, Elementary Library, Elementary Schools

Golden Ticket: Hide in Seldom-Read Library or Classroom Books FUN!

(teacherspayteachers.com) Hide these Golden Tickets in library books or classroom books that never get read or checked out. Then reward the student that is lucky enough to discover it!

I would use this for students who finish too quickly and miss a lot of problems - love this idea! Parents would know if their child was rushing through. Change wording & Staple to student work Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas, Fun Activities, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas

Solidifying Tempos

One of the fun activities we did at the Mystery Music Camp was relay races with a speedometer beautifully put together by Layton Music. I had the kids line up in 2 groups and then showed the first one in each group the speedometer set to one of the tempos. Then they had to race to one end, touch an object and be the first to return to their team. I thought "Presto" would be the favorite, but "Largo" and "Allegro" seemed to be the biggest hits! The kids LOVED this activity and it really…

Teacher Trap: Freebies for Peace. cards to use for class dojo points? Student Rewards, Classroom Rewards, Classroom Behavior Management, School Classroom, Classroom Organization, Dojo Rewards, Classroom Ideas, Behavior Incentives, Reading Rewards

Reward Coupons for Positive Classroom Management

Celebrate and recognize great student behavior with these handy reward coupons! Students choose from nine special privileges such as bringing a stuffed animal to school or wearing a hat for the day. An inexpensive alternative to the treasure box! Who is This For? Teachers looking for free classr...

Student Friendly Behavior Notice for Classroom Management.rewrite for specifics of your own classroom management system. Good 'jumping off point'. Organization And Management, Classroom Organization, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Procedures, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Head Teacher

Student Friendly Behavior Notice for Classroom Management

This file includes SIX versions of a kid-friendly behavior notice. The first version correlates with the color change system (green, yellow, red, and blue) with consequences included. This version uses the language respectful, responsible, and cooperative choices. The second version correlates with...

Classroom management tips for elementary teachers. Tips to use with your chronic discipline problems. Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management, Management Tips, Pain Management, Class Management, Classroom Discipline, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas

Chronic Discipline Problem

Teri, a 5th grade teacher who read my Friday Fun Day post, asked some great questions. I thought other teachers may wonder the same thing, so I'd write a post about how I've handled it in the past. What do you do with the students who don't earn Friday Fun Day? What do you do with students who don't mind the punishment? I've tried different things with the ones who don't earn Friday Fun Day. The first thing I do with these students is we talk about what happened that week that caused them…