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Fun Countdown Timers for the Classroom

Corkboard Connections: Fun Countdown Timers for the Classroom. Not an app, but online timers that may be used on a Smartboard.

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Expected V. Unexpected Behavior Activities

Task cards and an activity to help students learn expected and unexpected behaviors. Great for teaching social skills or the Zones of Regulation!

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Social Problem Solving Posters {FREE

FREE Social Problem Solving Posters - great for the classroom wall! - This Reading Mama

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Free, printable "folder stories." Simple one page social stories that teach appropriate social skills and behavior.

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“Tier 1 Collaborative Learning Lessons” and Whole Body Listening Larry!

Quick and easy for kids to understand

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At a Glance: 7 Ways to Teach Your Middle-Schooler Organization Skills

In middle school, kids have to learn how to deal with more homework and a busy social calendar. Learning organizational skills and how to prioritize time is important. Here are some ways to teach those skills.

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Bragging About Brag Tags

Brag tags are a fun classroom management tool to recognize student effort, behavior, and accomplishments. Free brag tag in post! :)

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10 Ways to Calm Down Without Anyone Knowing

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encourage students to collect box tops

We are now having a Box Top Hero of the week. A name will be drawn weekly from those who turn in Box Tops and the winner will have their head put on the Box Top Hero's body for the week! -kris

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How to Make and Keep a Friend - For Elementary-Aged Students

This product contains activities for teaching elementary-aged students what a friend is, how to make a friend, and how to keep a friend! The activities are perfect for individual student counseling or small groups.

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