Gone are the days of droning on for hours to explain daily classroom procedures!!
Use these cards as a fun and engaging way to teach or review classroom procedures.
Each page includes 1 set of 2 cards that go together. The first contains an addition or subtraction number sentence with directions to solve it. The second card contains the answer to the corresponding card's number sentence, as well as a question about a classroom procedure.
Classroom procedures covered include:
Drinking water procedure
What to do if pencil breaks
How to know what to do during centers
What to do if you don't finish center work during center
How to walk in line
How class dojo works
What to do when returning from being absent
How table team points work
How behavior chart works
How to use ketchup folders
How to use completed work folders
What goes in each notebook
How to use take home folders
AND a blank template (includes the number sentence card & the answer/procedure Q card) for you to write in whatever classroom procedures that are unique to your classroom!
How to use:
Print only the cards that apply to you (if you don't use class dojo, just skip printing that page to save ink!)
Print blank templates if you wish to add in procedures that are not covered.
Cut out/laminate cards.
Hide the second cards (the ones with with the answer to the math sentence & the question about procedures) around your classroom. If possible, hide these cards in a space relevant to the question on the card (hide the card that asks about what to do during centers in your center pocket chart, hide the card asking about broken pencils near your broken pencils bin, etc.)
Put students in partners or small groups & give each group a card with the number sentence. Students will search for the card containing the ANSWER to their number sentence. The card they're searching for will also have the same color border to help students locate them.
After students find the answer card, they stand in the location where they found the card.
Now, as a class have each group read their question aloud. Answer each question while modeling expectations for each procedure!