December Pick 3 on Pinterest: Classroom Management - Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom

December Pick 3 on Pinterest: Classroom Management

This time of year gets tricky... kids are so excited, teachers are so tired (and excited, too!), and for most, it's the end of the quarter... that means report cards and end of course tests. BLAH. 'Tis the season?!?

I'm here to share some fun ideas and tips that you can implement this time of year to save your sanity! These tips are all part of:

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With Ideas by Jivey
Although this teacher used the idea in January, this would be a great, wintery, non-denominational way to get students excited and remind them to behave! 

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With Ideas by Jivey
This is a great way to motivate students to stay on task- and adorable too! :)

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Surviving The Week Before Holiday Break With Ideas by Jivey
This is not for the kids... this is for YOU. :o)

Have a FANTASTIC December!

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6 comments

  1. I love these ideas, Jessica...esp the marshmallow points. What if you did that as a whole class incentive for a hot cocoa party? Too cute! Thanks for linking up!! xoxo

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  2. I am always on the lookout for creative behavior management ideas - thanks for these!

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  3. Marshmallow points might be just what I need right now. My kiddos are getting very rowdy and I'm pretty sure it will get worse before it gets better:/ Hot coca party could be the answer.

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  4. The reindeer games could be lots of fun:)

    Grade ONEderful

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  5. The reindeer games is such a great idea and so cute! You are right- it's an exciting time, but also very exhausting! Thank you for sharing your pins and linking up with us!

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  6. In my classroom I use "bubblegum points" for table points but the "marshmallow points" would be a fun winter twist! It would be a good way to reengage the kids and get them ampted up about table points again.
    Kayla
    The Chalkboard Garden

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