1) To be a guide and walk you through the important classroom rules and procedures you should be teaching your students during your first few days of school.
2) To use in your own classroom as a PowerPoint to help you teach your students all about your management system classroom rules, and procedures.
I hope you will find it useful and I hope it will be a huge time saver for you!
*** Please click on the PREVIEW button to get a glimpse of what is included in this resource!
This product is editable, however due to clip art copyright, all clip art images and background papers have been secured. You will be able to edit the body of each page and I have added extra pages on the end where you can edit the page titles.
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Please note: The font that I have used as titles on each of the pages is KG Second Chances Solid - I suggest you download this font for free (personal and classroom use only) before opening this file. If you do not have the same fonts I have used, parts of this document may have different formatting when you download. Please fix formatting as needed.
This document will help you:
-Explain why rules are important
-Identify and explain your classroom rules
-Establish a classroom management system
-Discuss positive and negative consequences
-Create ways to offer positive reinforcement
-Describe what a procedure is and why they are important
These procedures have been included in this download:
-How to sit in the chair for learning
-How to come in to class
-How to walk in the halls
-Procedure for going to the bathroom
-Procedure for getting a drink
-How to sharpen a pencil
-Procedure for asking questions
-How to get the attention of your students
-Procedure for early finishers
-Procedure for turning in homework
-Procedure for dismissal
-What to do when absent
(I have provided extra pages for you to add anything that I may have missed.)