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Classroom Rules and Expectations UPDATE Safe Healthy - Social Distancing

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This slideshow and PDF book will help your students understand your classroom rules and expectations in no time! This one download will make teaching class rules a breeze and it is no prep for you. These lessons are perfect for back to school season, or anytime you and your class need a refresher.

UPDATE JULY 2020 - an additional slideshow and mini book are now included that address how to stay safe and healthy at school. 10 expectations/rules help students understand new expectations for this fall including staying a safe distance apart, using hand sanitizer, wearing masks, not sharing supplies, keeping hands away from their face, etc.

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Each expectation is written as a positive "I Can..." statement to show students that I know they are capable of being successful.

The slides have real-life pictures and each one has examples of what the rule "looks like". I have learned that we cannot just tell students what a rule is.

Students need to know what it should look like, sound like and feel like to follow the rules and expectations. I show them the picture example, discuss what the expectation looks like in action and then we actually practice the expectation together as a class.


After we read, discuss and practice each rule, students then read and color a coordinating page in their School Rules Mini Book. This sequence of activities provides students multiple opportunities to see, discuss, practice and implement each classroom expectation. I have found that these lessons provide the scaffolding many students need in order to fully understand what is expected.

I cover about 3-4 expectations each day for the first 2-3 weeks of school. We also review, review, review and practice each rule again as needed.

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WHAT IS INCLUDED

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TWO DIFFERENT FORMATS:

★ Rules/Expectations Slideshow (Power-Point format)

★ Rules/Expectations (PDF file)

Each of these formats come with 27 pre made rules/expectations with real-life pictures (see the product preview for all of the rules included.) You can use the slideshow as part of your lesson about school rules and you can also print the slides to hang as posters in your room.

★ Editable "I Can...." Rules Slide

You can add your own rules/expectations! Edit to add your own text and photos using Power-Point only. Basic editing directions are included. The PDF version is not editable.

★Coordinating Mini Book

Each student gets their own "School Rules" mini book! The rules/expectations coordinate with the slideshow. Students can practice reading and then they can color each picture.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence (e.g., first word, capitalization, ending punctuation).
Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.

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