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 out the design you prefer, sizing to 8x8 or 12x12. I recommend using card stock and laminating for continuous use and durability. Display in the front of your room when you go back to school where it is highly visible and demonstrate what you want students to do when you say, "Give me Five!" Practice often during the year. My students also all respond with "Yes, Ma'am!" or "Yes, Sir!" and raise their hand.
The posters remind students to do these five things: 1. Eyes on me. 2. Mouth is silent. 3. Ears are listening. 4. Hands are empty. 5. Body is still. Finally, they must Do it Fast!
⭐ Back to School Behavior Signs for Classroom Management
⭐ Back to School Class Expectations PowerPoint
⭐ Classroom Management - Behavior Chart for Daily Parent Communication
© Deborah Hayes aka HappyEdugator. This resource is for classroom or homeschool use