Best of Behavior Management {Part II}

Thanks again to all of the amazing teacher bloggers out there who linked up with us for our Behavior Management Linky Party! We had almost 100 entires into the party and today we're highlighting more of the amazing ideas that were posted.

In {Part I} of the 'Best of Behavior Management' series we posted about some free downloads available by talented bloggers.

Today, we wanted to share some CUTE and CREATIVE ideas with you:

I don't know about all of you, but I find that I am always needing to revamp my behavior management system. I love seeing so many fresh new ideas and ways to make learning fun in my classroom. 

Thanks again to everyone who shared their ideas with us. We will continue to highlight ideas in the coming weeks. Until then, you can find other great ideas by clicking on the icon below. 


Unknown said...

Behavior management is the key to success, thanks so much for posting & sharing soo many ideas!
Amy Howbert

Little Miss Organized

School Sparks Renee said...

It's so great when other talented teachers share their ideas. Renee

Katie said...

Thank you for linking these! I redo my behavior system nearly every year! :)

Kindergarten Simplicity

Unknown said...

Thanks so much for highlighting these amazing ideas! We have a school-wide "green, yellow, red" chart that each teacher is required to use. So to make it more positive my 4th grade team created a "Gold Card." If students keep their "Gold Card" throughout the week then they receive a Mystery Reward. The reward could be lunch with the teacher, sit wherever you want, pick out of a special prize box, etc. The rewards are non-tangible and free and even in the 4th grade the students are excited to find out the "Mystery Reward" every Friday!

Thanks again!
Kristin Cook’s Classroom Blog

Deedee Wills said...

Thank you sweet Natalie!!!

Anonymous said...

I just found your blog and wanted to say hello. I am a new blogger of about a week and your newest follower. Thank you for sharing all of your great ideas!

Stephanie Ann
Sparkling in Third Grade

Michelle Griffo said...

I am excited to look back through these again...I feel like I need to change mine up a bit!
Apples and ABC's

Miss Foote said...

I really enjoyed this I need a linky just like this for the students who don't respond to the whole class management piece.

Chickadee Jubilee

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