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"Give Me Five" is a popular way to get the attention of your class. The teacher says, "Give Me Five," and the students go through five steps: Eyes are watching, Ears are listening, Lips are zipped, Hands are still and Feet are quiet. In five seconds, the class is quiet! Included are: a full sized
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
Grades:
PreK - 2nd
Need a little help teaching good listening skills in your classroom? Try this little activity! You are receiving a cut and glue printable to help your students know the 5 signs of a REALLY good listener!1. eyes looking2. ears listening3. brain thinking4. mouth quiet5. hands & feet stillBoth back
This Give Me Five poster set is a great way to help manage your classroom. Simply introduce the 5 steps of being an active listener, and then anytime you announce "Give me five!", your students can react appropriately. Perfect for classrooms of all ages! Included in this set: - Give Me 5 Hand poste
Give Me Five is a great classroom management tool to get the student's attention. Simple and effective, this pack includes everything you need to introduce it to and use it in your class. THE BASICS...Attention signal expecationsWhen using "Give Me Five", there are five expectations of the students.
"Give Me Five" is a popular way to get the attention of your class. The teacher says, "Give Me Five," and the students go through five steps: Eyes are watching, Ears are listening, Lips are zipped, Hands are still and Feet are quiet. In five seconds, the class is quiet! Included are: a full sized
Give Me Give! Classroom Management Poster Ready-to-use! Just print the design/style that you prefer in either black and white or color on white, heavy cardstock and then laminate for durability and continual use. Display at the front of your classroom where it can be easily viewed and accessed regu
What's Included:Give Me Five PostersGive Me Five Interactive PosterGive Me Five ChartsBONUS: differentiated worksheetsblack and white versionTERMS OF USE This product is for personal classroom use by a single teacher. It may not be distributed, altered, sold, or posted online for anyone other than y
Give me 5 Classroom Management Strategies. Contact seller to customize text. 12W x 18H poster 300 DPI
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1st - 6th
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This is a poster developed for the "Give Me Five" classroom management technique. The idea is that when the teacher says "Give Me Five", the students eyes are on the speaker, mouth is quiet, body is still, ears are listening, and hands are free. This is a great tool for calling attention in the clas
Grades:
PreK - 6th
Classroom Management - Give Me 5 (Mandarin, Japanese and Korean) These classroom management posters have been translated into three different languages. They are designed to help English Language Learners (ELL) understand classroom expectation when sitting on the carpet. Each poster included an ea
Free! "Give Me Five" Behavior Management Poster This is the portrait/vertical version of the "Give Me Five" Poster. This is a poster based on the Give Me Five Behavior Management system. Students will refer to the poster to self-regulate their behavior. There are five behaviors for them to check.
This Give Me Five poster set is a great way to help manage your classroom. Simply introduce the 5 steps of being an active listener, and then anytime you announce "Give me five!", your students can react appropriately. Perfect for classrooms of all ages! Included in this set: - Give Me 5 Hand poste
This sign explains the classroom expectations when you say "Give Me 5" as you hold your hand in the air. This follows a Positive Behavior Support Philosophy as you give your students an expectation of what is expected when you say the words "Give me five." Possible ideas for use: --Enlarge to a
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PreK - 5th, Staff
Give Me Five! is a simple way for students to remember what to do when you want their attention. Teach this highly effective strategy at the beginning of the year when you go back to school. You get a set of four posters that are ready to use for " Give Me 5 " classroom management strategy. Print ou
Follow my store for weekly freebies and product updates! Leave feedback for TPT credits! This 1-page behavior management poster is a great behavior management plan tool to avoid too many distractions throughout a lesson. This worked really well, because if students needed to go to the restroom, for
This cute set of mini stickers is a behavior management trick to "give me five" old. When making visual reminders like this, I think for it to be effective, it's important to have graphics that really show kids what the expectations are. I couldn't find any clipart that matched the "give me five" ac
Classroom Management: Give Me 5 Here is a cute visual reminder to help students remember what they need to do when you need their attention. I say, "Give Me 5!" The students freeze where they are and show me a high 5. Works like a charm :)
Grades:
PreK - 3rd
This ultimate set of cards uses "Give Me Flying High Five" behavior management trick. Remember to stay safe! Visual reminders like these are effective. Graphics that really show the kids what the expectations are. uses:Classroom management and reminders.Included:5''x 7'' small card -digital download
This is a classroom management poster that allows the students to stop what they are doing and give you the 5 signs of respect.
This is a handy classroom management tool. Students cut out the hand and glue onto a popsicle stick. When the teacher needs attention, s/he holds up his hand and says, "Give Me Five." The children hold up these hands indicating that they have eye contact, etc. Eventually, the teacher can ask for
Grades:
K - 6th
This product contains a chart with a hand on it. It also contains small cards to blue tack onto the hand to display the rules and expectations for mat and class behaviour.
Give me five, behavior management poster
Grades:
K - 4th
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Color themed Give me 5 Posters. 1 in Blue and 1 PinkEyes- On TeacherEars- ListeningMouth- ClosedHands- In Lap/To YourselfFeet- In your space
Grades:
PreK - 12th

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