Category Archives: Behavior Management

3 Classroom Behavior Management Tools for Success

Erin here, from Creating & Teaching! Today I’m going to share some classroom behavior management tools and strategies for success that I use in my classroom. Don’t worry, these behavior strategies don’t have anything to do with a color clip chart. I use a color clip chart in my classroom and I went one year … Continue reading 3 Classroom Behavior Management Tools for Success »

Good Behavior Rewards Cards

Need a way to reward good behavior in the classroom? Use a rectangular accent piece or thick card stock to make a rewards card for each student. Write each student’s name in the middle of the rewards card and use a hole puncher to give hole punches to students when they are demonstrating good behavior. … Continue reading Good Behavior Rewards Cards »

10 Terrific Ways to Use Library Pockets

Library Pockets aren’t just for checking out books. They are so versatile, you can use them in many creative ways in the classroom.  As teachers start preparing for back to school, organization is key. You can use library pockets to stay organized with a classroom job chart, birthday bulletin board and more. Check out a few … Continue reading 10 Terrific Ways to Use Library Pockets »

Writing Effective Report Card Comments on Behavior

When it comes to writing report card comments and progress reports, it can be challenging to find effective words to communicate the details of each student’s progress. When writing report card comments, remember to focus on the positive first. Comments on both academic and personal behaviors should be assessed and written in a report card … Continue reading Writing Effective Report Card Comments on Behavior »