For those using quiet critters, I have found my students need an indicator when to use them. I have laminated this document with the critter back to back, and place the sleepy side up when I need the students to be quiet. (The quiet critters are
These behaviour charts suit any superhero-inclined child. I created them as a way to "gamify" my classroom, so students can level up. Each "burst" symbolised a sticker, or small reward, and a "level up" symbolised a big reward!
This goes with all my Superhero Classroom themed resources. 6 simple, clear rules. Ideal for younger grades.
- use equipment safely and respectfully
- follow directions and routines
- be organised and ready to learn
- have a positive attitude
I use this to display on my whiteboard, and use large magnets to display what students will need. I found this particularly useful for my special education students who need a visual reminder. It has also stopped my students asking repeatedly "What