Category Archives: Classroom Management

5 Clever Ways to Use Magnetics in the Classroom

Teacher Created Resources Magnetics

Teachers know how important it is to stay organized. Bulletin Boards and centers are essential to keeping organization in the classroom, but sometimes there may not be enough bulletin board or wall space in your classroom. Using magnetics in your classroom saves space and time so you can efficiently manage your classroom. Take a look … Continue reading 5 Clever Ways to Use Magnetics in the Classroom »

5 Tips for Establishing Strong Parent-Teacher Relationships

Building a strong relationship with parents is one of the most important steps a teacher can take towards establishing a productive and rewarding school year.  As a teacher and a parent, I have learned to appreciate the value of a strong home–school relationship and the positive impact it can have on a child’s educational experience.  … Continue reading 5 Tips for Establishing Strong Parent-Teacher Relationships »

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 »