Antonina Borovskaya

Antonina Borovskaya

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Правила чтения гласных (2) | Грамматика в таблицах | Английский язык

Правила чтения гласных (2) | Грамматика в таблицах | Английский язык

Правила чтения гласных (3) | Грамматика в таблицах | Английский язык

Правила чтения гласных (3) | Грамматика в таблицах | Английский язык

No David! I’m a Peacemaker!

read the "No David" book(s). Then ask the children what a peacebreaker is and write down what they say. Then do the same for a peacemaker! Hang in the classroom as a reminder to the children!

Behavior Chart - Polka Dot from K 3 Connection on TeachersNotebook.com (6 pages)  - This behavior chart is perfect for any early childhood classroom. It gives students the opportunity to come back from bad behavior and even allows them to move up for positive reinforcement. It is simple and will look great in any classroom. It can be use

"Behavior Chart - It gives students the opportunity to come back from bad behavior and even allows them to move up for positive reinforcement." Also a great visual for students to see where they stand behavior-wise

Suggest changing out "good" & consider a movement break instead of losing…

I thought the idea of incremental punishment is good, gradually prolonging the loss of recess time gives teachers and students room to work and improve before giving them a harsh consequence for misbehaving based on the level of misbehavior.

Teaching for Fame and Money: Anchor Charts & Classroom Management

Here's a nice anchor chart for voice levels. I love the notion of "spy talk."I wonder if a hand signal or an arrow would help the kids to know what voice level they need.