This cute set of mini-posters illustrates the age-old "Give Me Five" behavior management trick. When making visual reminders like this, I think that for them to be effective, it's important to have graphics that really show he kids what the expectations are. I couldn't find any clipart that matched the "Give Me Five" actions, so I tried my hand at making my own. They're not that fancy, but I think they'll get the job done. You can grab a set if you think you can use them in your classroom this year. Enjoy!
Update 8/19/12 - Both English and Spanish versions are included!
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I LOVE IT! I have been using the Give Me Five strategy for many years. I made my own little poster, however I struggle with the artsy side of my brain. I love that the pictures you chose to use are simple and give VERY CLEAR expectations. Thank you!
October 7, 2012
Adorable! Thank you for posting. Really appreciate it!!!
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I would like to show a small version of your Give me Five poster in the next edition of my book Languages and Children Making the Match. I would like to put it in the chapter on classroom management. I would of course refer them to your website. If you say yes I would like to send you a permission form. If you do say, yes, would you kindly send me your email? Mine is firstname.lastname@example.org Your posters are wonderful and would help so many teachers! They would probably want to translate into whatever languages they teach. Thanks so much for considering my request! Helena Curtain
May 18, 2013
Hello. I loved your Spanish give me five mini posters, but I can't find them anywhere. Do you still have them available?
February 6, 2013
Hello! Would you be willing to change the "Give Me 5" to "Show Me 5"? That's the phrasing we use at my school.
I LOVE these posters they are the best visuals I've seen. I was wondering if you could change "legs crossed" to body still? Please let me know, thank you.
August 30, 2012
D, So I'm a bilingual kindergarten teacher and I'm loving all your blog ideas and stuff....Just wondering if you'd be willing to let me do any translating? With the documents in PDF I'm not able to change the wording to Spanish. I'd totally give you credit. OR if I sent you the Spanish words would you be willing to make them in spanish for me.