Are you tired of relentless tattling? Ugh. Here's an easy sensible solution. See the problem solving anchor charts, lesson, and reporting worksheet by downloading the preview.
A purple (violet) heart symbolizes a sensitive, understanding and compassionate love. It honors duty and good judgment. Most Classroom Manners materials intentionally showcase this symbol.
This item teaches students how to solve problems. It also allows students to report problems without disrupting instruction. Students are able to report problems that have occurred both in the classroom and other locations too. The worksheet can be easily routed to those who need to address the problem and the problem is already documented in writing. Disruptions to the classroom are kept to an absolute minimum. Instruction and learning continue.
Suggestions for the successful use of the materials
Problem Solving Anchor Chart
Instructional plan addressing common classroom situations
Classroom Problems Recording Worksheet
Student Reporting Temperature Worksheet
Classroom Teaching Poster
Classroom Manners are now available for purchase as part of a school-wide behavior bundle. The bundle at a 50% savings includes the following items:
K-2 Simplified Behavior Plan
2-6 Behavior Plan
Behavior Notebook (for less difficult groups of students)
Behavior Plan For The Challenging Student
Student Award And Student Compliment Card
Problem Solving Grades 2-6
Problem Solving For Young Learners
Student Behavior Self-Evaluation Grades 2-6 (page one could be used with K and 1 but students would need assistance)
Two teaching posters are included. They can be used along with any behavior plan to help students understand how to "Practice Being A Good Student" and " Embrace Manners."
An optional parent letter explaining the Classroom Manners worksheet offers parents important advice on how to effectively manage behavior violations. This letter is included as a PDF and also as an editable doc.
A free Classroom Manners Bingo game for grades 2-6 is also a part of this bundle providing a fun way to teach/review basic classroom etiquette.
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