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Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins

Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins
Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins
Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins
Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins
Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins
Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins
Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins
Bright Polka Dot Table Signs with Owl {A, E, I, O, U} using clothespins
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Ever since I can remember, I've labeled my table groups by letters, specifically the vowels. Like you, I'm always throwing in a teachable moment!

I've never been a fan of doing table points on the board for the following reasons:
1. The points are too far away from the students
2. Let's be honest, tallying takes a long time and your littles need something that is immediate
3. I was tired of erasing points because I'd always accidentally erase extra ones and have to start over

So...someone along the way introduced me to using clothespins as table points. {This year, I dyed the clothespins to make them pretty} It's insanely easy, a wonderful visual, and students get immediate feedback that they can see. It's so powerful to clip a point on to a table who is working quietly. I promise you, the other students take notice quickly and want a point as well so their behavior changes quickly. How awesome is that???

If kiddos aren't making a good choice, you can take a clothespin and reward a table who is making a good choice. Their behavior will also change to a positive one.

At the end of the week, we count the points and the table with the most is rewarded. In my class this year, the table with the most points gets the Read Alouds I've read for the week, to keep at their book bin at their table. It's amazing, my kiddos choose to read these book during Fun Friday instead of doing a puzzle or work on the computer.

This is a simple behavior management tool that will honestly, encourage positive behavior.

Mahalo,
Kristen
www.easyteachingtools.com
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